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T-45C TS & ADV ASI-03
Introduction to Safety Procedures
7.
Chapter 32--In-Flight Refueling (N/A)
8.
Chapter 33--Descent
9.
Chapter 34--Landing
10. Chapter 35--Mission Planning
11. Chapter 36--Emergency Operation
II.
Safety considerations 1.1.8.6.3
Sg 2, fr 2
Lesson Organization
A. Safety staff
INTRODUCTION TO
NOTE: Although a staff of safety professionals directs
SAFETY
PROCEDURES
and monitors the overall Navy safety program, each of
* T-45C NATOPS Manual
you should consider yourself a “safety officer,” re-
* Flight Safety Procedures
* Ground Safety for Aircraft
sponsible for reporting all unsafe conditions or situations
* Ground Safety for Vehicle
either through official channels or anonymously.
Operations
1.
Aviation Safety Officer
2.
Ground Safety Officer
3.
NATOPS Officer and Assistant NATOPS Officer
4.
Squadron Safety Petty Officer
B. Physical health and flight safety
1.
Flight physical: conducted annually by flight
surgeon during or near month of birth 1.1.8.6.5
NOTE: It is your responsibility to schedule your
flight physical.
2.
Flight surgeon attends to health needs of all flight-
status personnel
CAUTION: Do not fly when you are ill. Doing so
turns you into an immediate danger to yourself
and others and runs the risk of permanent injury
and grounding. If you are ill, see the flight
surgeon and do not self-medicate.
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