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State the general safety precautions that must be observed while pressure refueling aboard ship while the rotors engaged.
a. Secure the helicopter with two chocks and initial four-point tiedown.
b. All fueling personnel must be throughly indoctrinated in the contents of NAVWEPS 06-5-502, Aircraft Refueling, pertinent type commander’s instructions, and the ship’s refueling instructions.

c. All movement from one side of the helicopter to the other shall be via the nose. Keep clear of tail rotor.

d. Refueling shall be secured when any fuel spillage is noted and not commenced until the spillage is wiped up.

e. The fueling hose shall be connected and disconnected from the helicopter with the hose in an evacuated condition.
State and identify the S/HH-60F/H danger areas:
a. Suction from #1 and #2 engine inlets.
b. Heat from #1 and 2 engine exhausts
c. Heat from ECS exhaust on right side of A/C
d. Exhaust form APU left side of A/C
e. Main rotor ARC and tail rotor blades.
Discuss the hazard and safety precautions for the following:

a. Beryllium:

b. Lithium Batteries:
a. Beryllium:
A cancer causing agent avoid touching (i.e. LOCK PIN PULLER/DROOP STOPS), never grind or sand. Never inhale as a dust or splinter in the skin.

b. Lithium Batteries:

(Sonobuoy) can release sulfur dioxide gas (SO2) which depletes oxygen in the cabin.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs:

Respiratory protection
Many of the repair and maintenance activities performed at naval facilities generate air contaminants which can be dangerous, if inhaled. The best means of protecting personnel from exposure to such potentially hazardous materials is through the use of accepted engineering control measures, such as local exhaust ventilation. However, the use of engineering control measures may not always be technologically or economically feasible, due to the nature and location of the activities. In these situations, appropriate respiratory protection shall be used to ensure personnel protection.
Whenever respiratory protection is required, a respiratory protection program shall be established and maintained. A trained Respiratory Protection Program Manager (RPPM) shall be appointed in writing, by the commanding officer or officer in charge. The RPPM shall be responsible for implementing program requirements.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs:

Hearing protection
The goal of the Navy Hearing Conservation Program is to prevent occupational hearing loss and ensure auditory fitness for duty in the military and civilian workforce. The program includes the following:

-Work environments shall be surveyed to identify potentially hazardous noise levels and personnel at risk.

-Periodic hearing testing shall be conducted to monitor the effectiveness of the hearing conservation program.

-Education of individuals exposed to hazardous noise, their supervisors, and people providing hearing conservation services (i.e. training, monitoring, hearing protection, etc.) to these individuals is vital to the overall success of a hearing conservation program.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs:

Sight conservation
Navy Policy requires that Navy personnel exposed to eye hazardous areas or operations, be provided adequate eye protection at government expense. Employees shall be required to wear appropriate eye protective equipment when performing eye hazardous duties.
The activity sight conservation program shall include, but not be limited to, the following program elements:

1. Identification and evaluation of eye hazardous areas, processes, and occupations.
2. An employee vision screening program.
3. Effective equipment maintenance program.
4. An effective employee training, promotion and emphasis program.
5. Effective program enforcement.
In order to establish a sight conservation program, eye hazardous exposures including areas, occupations, equipment, and processes shall be identified and appropriate controls implemented.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs:

Personal protection equipment (PPE)
It is Navy policy that PPE be provided, used, and maintained when competent authority has determined that its use is required and that such use will lessen the likelihood of occupational injuries and/or illnesses. Activities shall provide necessary protective equipment where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the equipment will prevent or reduce the severity of injuries or illnesses. PPE procurement and enforcement of proper use and maintenance is the responsibility of the activity. It must be recognized that personal protective devices do nothing to reduce or eliminate the hazard itself. They merely establish a last line of defense, and any equipment breakdown, failure, or misuse immediately exposes the worker to the hazard. Many protective devices, through misapplication or improper maintenance, can become ineffective without the knowledge of the wearer and can have potentially serious consequences. For this reason, proper equipment selection, maintenance, employee training and mandatory enforcement of equipment use are key elements of an effective PPE program
State the warnings to be observed prior to applying external power:
a. Ensure the area around and under the stab is clear of personnel and equipment due to the stab goes full down once power is applied. WOW circuit breaker closed. All switches off/safe and normal. Make sure power cords is not energized when inserting/extracting from aircraft.
b. Ensure proper circuit breakers are secured properly
Discuss the proper use of handholds, steps and walkway.
a. Steps on both side of A/C just aft pilot and copilot door are recessed, on tail pylon the steps are telescoping.
b. Handholds are on both sides of A/C in reach for climbing on top of A/C ALL walkways are nonskid.