CAP Safety


National Commander Interim Change Letter to CAPR 62-1 , CAP Safety Responsibilities and Procedures

National Commanders Safety Policy Letter of 27FEB2015

The CAP Safety Policy is to minimize the risks faced by our membership in the performance of their volunteer duties.

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 “Monthly safety education is an integral part of the quest to instill a high level of safety knowledge and a strong safety culture throughout the Civil Air Patrol. It is intended to compliment but not inhibit member participation in CAP missions.” 

Units at all levels are still required to present a monthly safety education briefing, and members are expected to attend. We realize there are times when attendance isn’t possible. In those cases members may still get monthly safety education credit for taking computer-based training as outlined in the regulation. 

From Command: 

Safety Current! -  All members must take or have taken the Introduction to Safety Course online.  Additionally, to be ‘Safety Current,’ all members should complete/attend/receive their monthly squadron safety briefing.

Membership:  Safety currency is critical to the CAP mission! 
Safety is a critical part of CAP’s mission. To ensure that all CAP programs and missions are accomplished within the required safety regulations and adhere to USAF/CAP safety protocals, all members must have a “Safety Current” status. .

To remain safety current members can attend monthly squadron safety briefing. If a member is not able to attend a squadron safety briefing, he or she may take one of the online safety courses available in E-Services. If a member anticipates that they will not be attending multiple squadron meetings and/or safety briefings, he or she should discuss this situation with the Squadron Safety Officer and/or Squadron Commander
Maryland Group II
Martin State Airport
Hanger 4, Suite 411
Middle River, MD 21220
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