Air Force Risk Management Fundamentals Course

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(1) Risk Management is strictly the responsibility of the commander.

B) False

(2) The five steps of the Air Force Risk Management process are:

D) Identify hazards, analyze risk control measures, assess risk levels, make risk decisions, and plan risk avoidance.

(3) Which one of the following is not one of the four Risk Management principles?

D) Apply the process cyclically and continuously.

(4) What is the goal when making risk control decisions?

D) The best level of risk for the total mission/activity.

(5) When is Real-Time Risk Management used?

A) All the time.

(6) Which Air Force Risk Management process involves the 5-step process and is used when there is sufficient time to plan an event or activity.

C) Deliberate

(7) Real-Time Risk Management is used:

C) When there is little time or no time to plan. Often used during the execution phase of an operation where an unplanned change occurs and must be managed. It’s easily applied to on- and off-duty situations.

(8) The Real-Time Management method, ABCD, is an easy to use tool designed to assist individuals to quickly recall Risk Management steps during the execution phase of an activity.

A) True

(9) Every Airman has the right and responsibility to call a "Knock-It-Off" or "Time-Out" at any time during an operation or activity should he/she feel a concern for safety.

A) True

(10) What are the fundamental goals of Risk Management?

A) To enhance mission/activity effectiveness, preserve assets and safeguard health and welfare.

(11) What is the purpose of feedback and lessons learned in the RM Process?

C) It provides data for decision makers and personnel to evaluate an operation/activity and to determine if RM strategies need to be modified for future efforts (on- or off-duty)

(12) In assessing hazards, which elements make up the cross-matrix comparison to determine a risk level?

A) Severity, Exposure, and Probability

(13) The decision to accept risk should be made at:

D) The appropriate level.

(14) What are the two primary levels of the Air Force Risk Management?

B) Deliberate and Real-Time

(15) A good decision making system will:

D) All of the above.

(16) What is the Wingman concept as it relates to Risk Management?

C) A commitment between Airmen to watch over one another, accomplish the mission/activity and keep each other safe.

(17) Properly arrange the steps in the Five-steps of the Deliberate Risk Management process.

D) Identify the hazards, assess the hazards, develop controls and make decisions, implement the controls, and supervise and evaluate.

(18) Even high-risk endeavors may be undertaken when there is a clear knowledge that sum of the benefits exceeds the sum of the costs. Risk Management is about controlling risk, not avoiding all risk.

A) True

(19) What three tools are typically used to identify hazards?

A) 5M model, Preliminary Hazard Analysis, and What-If Tool.

(20) Risk Management involves sound decision-making, accountability and flexibility.

A) True

(21) What type of risk is acceptable in the Risk Management process?

A) A necessary risk with benefits that outweigh the costs.

(22) What level of Risk Management is most often used in the workplace?

D) Normal

(23) Identify the four key actions used to develop controls and make decisions on risk control measures:

B) Identify Control Options, Determine Control Effects, Prioritize Risk Controls, and Select Controls.

(24) Risk Management is really about Accountability, Wingmanship, and Communication.

A) True

(25) Which one of the following is a mutually supportive concept where airmen watch over each other?

B) Wingmanship

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