Deliberate ORM is the application of the complete process. It primarily uses experience and brainstorming to identify hazards and develop controls and is therefore most effective when done in a group. Examples of deliberate applications include the planning for a flight clinic, cadet activity or disaster response planning. Deliberate ORM usually takes place well in advance of an activity - in the planning stages when there's plenty of time to methodically go through the steps and develop informed risk decisions. This is where we should try to get most ORM done. Early, deliberate ORM in the planning stages helps to fully integrate risk controls into activity plans.
Additional training is available for all CAP personnel on ORM in:
Common questions that incident staff should consider in for ORM purposes are also available in: RISK MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS