Civil Air Patrol

Safety

NM Wing Safety Resources

FY22 Wing Safety Emphasis Areas: safety education; mishap reporting; lessons learned; activity/cadet safety

Wing Safety SharePoint site:

NMWG Supplement to CAPR 160-1, Civil Air Patrol Safety Program (PENDING)

Who Ya Gonna Call?  (SWR Supplement to CAPR 160-2, Safety Reporting and Review)

For questions or assistance:  Maj. C. John Graham, Director of Safety (john.graham@nmcap.us)


CAP National Safety Resources

CAP Safety Pages:

  • CAP Safety Principles (why we do what we do)
  • CAP Safety Management System (CAPR 160-1)
  • Risk Management Resources; CAPF 160/160S; Risk Management Training
  • Safety Reporting Guide and CAPR 160-2 Safety Reporting and Review
  • CAPSIS
  • Education & Training: Specialty Track Guide; Checklists; Mentoring
  • Safety Education: Creating Safety Briefings; Briefings You Can Use; CAP Safety Beacon
  • Encampment and Activity Safety
CAPR 160-1, Civil Air Patrol Safety Program
CAPR 160-2, Safety Reporting and Review
CAPP 163, Safety Assurance and Continuous Improvement
CAPP 170-1, Comprehensive Response Plan
 
Go to AXIS for online training in risk management, activity safety, mishap review, and other topics.

Safety Officer Resources –see above, plus:

Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It…

Safety Officer Duties and Responsibilities

Getting started as a squadron safety officer

Safety officer tips

NMWG Safety Briefing Template

How to log monthly safety education attendance

Completing specialty track items

Websites of interest (videos, briefings, resources, info):

National Safety Council

AOPA Air Safety Institute

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

New Mexico Department of Health

FAA Safety  (WINGS courses & activities)

FAA Safety Minute videos

Air Force Safety Center
Family Disaster Planning (ready.gov)
49 CFR 830, Reporting of Aircraft Accidents and Incidents
Reporting Bird/Wildlife Strikes (FAA)
Reporting Laser Illumination of Aircraft (FAA)

See CAPSafety website for more resources


CAP PILOTS:  The WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program helps pilots build an educational curriculum suitable for their unique flight requirements. It is based on the premise that pilots who maintain currency and proficiency in the basics of flight will enjoy a safer and more stress-free flying experience.You are strongly encouraged to participate in WINGS. Plus, taking a WINGS course gives credit for your monthly safety education. Here are instructions on linking your CAPID to your WINGS account to get that credit.

Completion of a WINGS phase also qualifies as a Flight Review.


 

 

 
 
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