Project Information

John F. Kennedy High School
Air Force JROTC, MR. Martinez
Education, Environment Stewardship, Safety (such as Disaster Service)
JROTC
Outside of School
02/23/2017
Project Ended
John SN Martinez
Basic Information
Description
  • Air Force JROTC
    02/25/2017
    Martinez
    03/11/2017
    5
    03/11/2017
    1
    13+
    11, 12
    Not Suitable for Persons with Disabilities
    No Costs

  • Description

    John F. Kennedy Air Force JROTC Cadets will attend and participate in the Hazard and Risk Awareness Training. After the event, cadets will be required to write a one page essay on what they learned from participating and being briefed in the Hazard and Risk Awareness Training, what they didn’t know prior to the event, and the contrast and comparisons between safe and hazardous working areas. Cadets will use their newly found knowledge and apply it to their leadership training provided in their JROTC Classes. Cadets will learn how to use administrative controls which include adopting standard operating procedures or safe work practices or providing appropriate training, instruction or information to reduce the potential for harm and/or adverse health effects to person(s). Isolation and permit to work procedures are examples of administrative controls. Cadets will participate in simulating exercises to imply their learning in real life situations.

    Career Pathway/Field

    Objective

    Cadets will learn how to use administrative controls which include adopting standard operating procedures or safe work practices or providing appropriate training, instruction or information to reduce the potential for harm and/or adverse health effects to person(s). Isolation and permit to work procedures are examples of administrative controls.

    Social Studies Standard: AG.4.17

    Explain the importance of thoughtful and effective participation in civic life, including the following:

     

    • Performing public service

    • Keeping informed about current issues

     

    Instructions

    Cadets will sign up via the Guam Service Learning Website. After signing up through the website, cadets will then inform their Flt. Commanders of their attendance. A 1 page reflection will be required after the event and will be submitted to the Flt. Commanders no later than the11th of March, 2017. Cadets will arrive in their assigned attire, Service Uniform (Coat and Pants). Following the event, cadets will submit their reflection essay to their flight commander for review. Cadets are expected to arrive 30 prior to the event for instructional briefing. Event will start at 8:30 AM and end at approximately 12:00 PM.

     

    Warnings/Notices

    Issue Area

    The Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense (GHS/OCD) and Guam Youth Preparedness Program, in collaboration with the National Weather Service - Guam Weather Forecast Office, will be conducting

    Agency Description

    Point of Contact Informations

     

      1. Col. Cruz, David     david_cruz@gdoe.net     486-4777

      2. CMSgt. Martinez, John     jsnmartinez@gdoe.net     777-6712

      3. MSgt. Mafnas, Joe     jamafnas@gdoe.net     777-6525

      4. C/Maj. Cendana, Roquel     roquel.cendana99@gmail.com     487-2864

    Comments about the Project Location

    Emergency Operations Center at Guam Homeland Security in Agana