The Atlantic Area Training Team is a good, real-world example of integrating risk management concepts into
daily processes. The Training Team has effectively embedded TCT and risk management elements into its
cutter Special Emergency Operations Procedures (SEOPS) evaluation program through drill sheets, training
doctrine, and briefings.
13. MANAGEMENT ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
Commanders, commanding officers, and officers-in-charge shall:
Manage risk effectively.
Select from risk reduction options developed.
Accept or reject risk based on the benefit derived.
Motivate leaders to use ORM and advocate supporting training opportunities.
Assess risks, develop risk reduction options, and implement additional safeguards as needed.
Eliminate ineffective safeguards.
Ensure those writing doctrine or planning orders apply ORM concepts.
Eliminate barriers to taking acceptable risks.
Apply the ORM process to operations and tasks and encourage its use off duty.
Elevate risk issues to higher authority for resolution when appropriate.
Understand, accept, and implement risk management processes.
Maintain situational awareness of the changing risks associated with an operation or task and
assertively notify supervisors when appropriate.