Lt.Col. Jim Emory
Wing Safety Officer
Oklahoma Wing
Civil Air Patrol
contact: jim.r.emory@okwgcap.org

Safety Resources:
– NHQ Safety – members.gocivilairpatrol.com/safety/
– Safety Beacon members.gocivilairpatrol.com/safety/safety-newsletters-2248/
– FAA Safety Briefing www.faa.gov/news/safety_briefing/index.cfm
– FAA Safety Resources www.faa.safety.gov

Regulations:

*   R62-1 – CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures www.capmembers.com/media/cms/R062_001_85D0CB3FE48A5.pdf
*   R62-2 – Mishap Reporting and Review www.okwgcap.org/download/OKWG-Supplement-1-to-CAPR-62-2-dated-20170209.pdf
*   OKWG Supplement to CAPR 62-2: 2015_08_08 Supplement – CAPR 62-2 – OKWG

Tutorials:
Safety Management System – How to File a Mishap – Step 1 www.capnhq.gov/CAP.SafetyMMS.Web/Documentation/Step_%201.ppt
Safety Management System – How to Update a Mishap – Step 2 www.capnhq.gov/CAP.SafetyMMS.Web/Documentation/Step_%202.ppt
Safety Management System – How to Enter a Statement www.capnhq.gov/CAP.SafetyMMS.Web/Documentation/Enter_Statement.ppt

High Adventure Activities

CAPR 52-16,  Page 8, Paragraph 2-10, deals with High Adventure Activities

HAAs must be documented, submitted, coordinated, and approved before the start of the activity. 
Please allow 21 calendar days for this process.

Risk Management analysis must be conducted on each High Adventure Activity.

Aviation Risk Management
(Risk Management analyses for flight operations, as required by CAPR 62-1, will be completed using the Risk Management worksheet in the Aircraft Information File (AIF)or the Risk Management tool in WMIRS to assess the GO/NO-GO status of the planned flight activity.)