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Basic requirements for Respiatory Protection.
Establish and maintain a respiratory protection program.
Basic requirements for Hearing Conservation.
All noise areas must be labeled. A hearing monitoring program shall be implemented and a roster of all personnel kept on file.
Basic requirements for Sight Conservation.
Emergency eye wash facilities and special precaution for visually impaired employees and temporary protective eyewear.
Basic requirements for Personal Protective Equipment.
Ensure that an assessment of al work places is conducted to determine if hazards are present that neccessitate the use of personal protective equipment.
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - Warning.
May result in injury or death
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - Caution.
May cause injury to equipment.
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - Note.
Emphasized.
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - Shall.
Mandatory.
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - Should.
Recommended.
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - May.
Optional.
Define the following term as it apply to NATOPS and MIMS (maintenance instruction manuals) - Will.
Futurity.
Discuss Portable fire safety as it applies to the hangar deck.
Shall be visually inspected monthly, inspections shall include serviceablility, access, and evidence of phy. damage, and broken seals.
Discuss Fire lanes as it applies to the hangar deck.
Shall be clearly marked and kept clean.
Discuss smoking or open flamses as it applies to the hangar deck.
Shall not be permitted within 50 feet of parked aircraft, hangar bays, etc.
Discuss aircraft grounding as it applies to the hangar deck.
Aircraft shall be electrically grounded during all maintenance evolutions.
Define HERO.
Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation Ordnance.
Discuss the safety precautions that msut be observed during the Liquid Oxygen (LOX) servicing.
Before servicing the lox system ensure that hands, clothing, and all tools and equipment are clean.
Duscuss the safety precautions to be observed during fueling operations.
Cease all fueling operations whenever a fire hazard appears. Locate the aircraft outdoors, at least 100 ft from any hangar or building. Do not taxi, tow, or operate any aircraft within 50 ft of any fuel servicing operations. Do not perform fuel servicing ops within 50 ft of any fuel spill.
Discuss the hazards associated with aircraft jacking.
Do not jack the aircraft before ensuring that the center of gravity and gross weight are within safety limits. Do not jack aircraft unless it is statically grounded. Ensure all ground power is secure.
Discuss the safety precautions to be observed for an open fuel cell.
Adjacent aircraft shall be allowed to operate their own power within 100 of the repair area. Nobody is allowed in the fuel cell, unless they are actively enroled in the squadron fuel cell maintenance program.
Discuss teh safety hazards involved with hydraulic under pressure.
The accidental injection of fluid under the skin. If a leak may take on the aspects of a laser and can cut or kill. A leak may cause an invisible mist, which is toxic if ingested.