Conducting our missions safely is paramount in all we do!!
The following links are provided to assist our airmen with being safety-minded.

·         Mishap Reporting– the process to report a mishap in the PPSS

·         RCAM- Runway Condition Assessment Matrix - FAA

 

Getting Safety-Current

Once you have completed a subject please send an email to either the Squadron Commander or Safety Officers so credit can be given in the SMS system. Please insure courses you take outside of CAP are pertinent to CAP Operations or ORM related. Documentation must be included in your email.

 

§  FAA GA Survival Guide

And – speaking of survival -- did you know that each of our planes carries survival equipment for 4 people? That's the big army-green bag in the baggage storage area behind the back seat. Here's what's in it: CAPR 66-1 RMR Supplement

Personal Survival Kit
(Courtesy 2d Lt Richard Renz--PPSS Safety Officer)


  • Matches/fire starter
  • Signaling device
  • Water and water treatment
  • Food/M.R.E.
  • LED flashlight
  • Compass
  • Multi-tool
  • Cordage (~30ft)
  • Carabiner (rated for your weight)
  • "Hot Hands" hand warmer (3)
  • Stocking cap (bright orange)
  • Safety vest (bright orange)
  • Personal Locator Beacon

Personal first Aid Kit
(Courtesy 2d Lt Richard Renz--PPSS Safety Officer)


  • 4"x4" gauze pads
  • Kerlix gauze wrap
  • Tourniquet
  • Bandage tape
  • Combat gauze
  • Trauma dressing (Israeli Bandage)
  • Space blanket
  • Band-aids (various sizes)
  • sun screen
  • bug repellant
  • chest seal