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STATE THE THREE OBJECTIVES OF FIRST AID?
1. SAVE LIFE
2. PREVENT FURTHER INJURY
3. PREVENT INFECTION
STATE THE METHODS OF CONTROLING BLEEDING?
1. DIRECT PRESSURE
2. ELEVATION
3. PRESSURE POINTS
4. TOURNIQUET (LAST RESORT)
IDENTIFY AN EXPAMPLE OF A PRESSURE POINT?
1. TEMPLE 2. JAW 3. NECK
4. COLLAR 5. INNER UPPER ARM
6. INNER ELBOW 7. WRIST
8. UPPER THIGH 9. KNEE
10. GROIN 11. ANKLE
DISCRIBE THE SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT FOR SHOCK?
SYMPTOMS: VACANT OR LACK LUSTER EYES, SHALLOW OR IRREGULAR BREATHING, COLD PALE SKIN, NAUSEA, AND WEAK OR ABSENT PULSE

TREATMENT: LAY VICTIM DOWN WITH FEET ELEVATED 6 TO 12 INCHES, COVER THEM TO MAINTAIN BODY HEAT, REASURE AND CALM VICTIM IF CONSCIOUS.
DISCRIBE THE THREE CLASSIFICATIONS OF BURNS?
FIRST DEGREE: MILDEST, PRODUCING REDNESS, INCRESSED WARMTH, TENDERNESS AND MILD PAIN.
SECOND DEGREE: RED AND BLISTERED SKIN, SEVERE PAIN.
THIRD DEGREE: DISTROYED TISSUE SKIN AND BONE IN SEVERE CASES. SEVERE PAIN MAY BE ABSENT DUE TO NERVE ENDINGS BEING DESTROYED.
STATE THE SYMPTOMS FOR HEAT EXHAUSTION?
SYMPTOMS: SKIN IS COOL MOIST AND CLAMY AND THE PUPILS ARE DILATED, AND NORMAL OR SUB-NORMAL BODY TEMP. USUALLY THE VICTIM IS SWEATING PROFUSELY.
TREATMENT: MOVE VICTIM TO COOL OR AIRCONDITIONED AREA, LOOSEN CLOTHING, APPLY COOL WET CLOTHS TO THE HEAD, GROIN, AND ANKLES, FAN THE VICTIM, DO NOT ALLOW THE VICTIM TO BECOME CHILLED. IF THE VICTIM IS CONSCIOUS GIVE A SOLUTION OF 1 TSP SALT DISSOLVED IN A LITTER OF COOL WATER. TRANSPORT TO MEDICAL FACILITY.
SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT FOR HEAT STROKE?
SYMPTOMS: HOT AND OR DRY SKIN, UNEVEN PUPIL DILATION, AND WEAK RAPID PULSE.
TREATMENT: DOUSE THE BODY WITH COLD WATER, APPLY WET COLD TOWELS TO THE BODY AND MOVE THE VICTIM TO THE COOLEST POSSIBLE PLACE. MAINTAIN AN OPEN AIR WAY, PLACE THE VICTIM ON THERE BACK WITH SHOULDERS RAISED SLIGHTLY, PLACE COLD PACKS OR TOWELS AROUND VICTIMS SHOULDERS AND BACK, PLACE ADDITIONAL COLD PACKS ON THE ANKLES AND GROIN AREA, USE A FAN IF AVALIBLE. A COLD WATER BATH IS VERY HELPFULL.
STATE THE DIFFRENCE BETWEEN AN OPEN AND CLOSED FRACTURE?
CLOSED: BONE BROKEN AND NOT PROTRUDING THROUGH THE SKIN.

OPEN: BONE BROKEN AND PROTRUDING THROUGH THE SKIN.
STATE THE PERSONNEL RESCUE AND TREATMENT OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
PERSONNEL RESCUE: YOU MUST NOT TOUCH THE VICTIM'S BODY, WIRE OR ANY OTHER OBJECT THAT MAY BE CONDUCTING ELECTRICITY. LOOK FOR THE SWITCH, FIRST AND TURN OFF THE CURRENT IMMEDIATELY. IF YOU CANNOT FIND THE SWITCH USE NON-CONDUCTING OBJECT TO REMOVE LIVE WIRE.
TREATMENT: ADMINISTER ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION IF BREATHING STOPPED, CHECK PULSE, IF NO PULSE START CPR, GET VICTIM TO MEDICAL FACILITY IMMEDIATELY.
DESCRIBE THE METHODS FOR CLEARING AN OBSTRUCTED AIRWAY?
1.CLEAR THE MOUTH OF ANY FOOD PARTICLES, FORREIGN OBJECTS, OR LOOSE DENTURES.
2.PERFORM HEIMLICK MANEUVER
3.APPLY RECLINING ABDOMINAL THRUSTS.
DESCRIBE THE EFFECTS OF HYPOTHERMIA?
VICTIM MAY APPEAR PALE AND UNCONCIOUS, AND MAY EVEN BE TAKEN FOR DEAD. BREATHING IS SHALLOW, PULSE FAINT OR EVEN UNDETECTABLE. THE BODY TISSUES FEEL SEMI-RIGID, AND THE ARMS AND LEGS MAY FEEL STIFF.
DESCRIBE THE EFFECTS OF SUPERFICIAL FROSTBITE?
ICE CRYSTALS FORMING IN THE UPPER SKIN LAYERS AFTER EXPOSURES TO A TEMPERATURE OF 32 DEGREES OR LOWER.
DESCRIBE THE EFFECTS OF DEEP FROSTBITE?
ICE CRYSTALS FORMING IN THE DEEPER TISSUES AFTER EXPOSURE TO A TEMPERATURE OF 32 DEGREES OR LOWER.
DEFINE THE PURPOSE OF THE NAVAL AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAM.
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE IS TO PRESERVE HUMAN AN MATERIAL RESOURCES.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CO.
CO: ENSURE ALL HANDS ARE INSTRUCTED AND DRILLED IN ALL SAFETY PRECAUSTIONS APPLICABLE TO THEM.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE AVIATION SAFETY OFFICER.
AVIATION SAFETY OFFICER- PRINCIPLE ADVISER TO THE CO. MAINTAIN AVIATION SAFETY RECORDS AND MISHAP STATISTICS.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE GROUND SAFETY OFFICER.
GROUND SAFETY OFFICER - PRINCIPLE ADVISOR TO THE CO ON ALL GROUND SAFETY MATTERS. MAINTAIN APPROPRIATE GROUND SAFETY RECORDS AND MISHAP STATISTICS.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT HEAD.
DEPARTMENT HEAD: COORDINATES THE DEPARTMENTS SAFETY PROGRAM WITH THE UNIT'S SAFETY OFFICER AND SUPERVISE THE DEPARTMENTS DIVISIONS SAFETY OFFICER. ENSURE ALL SAFETY PRECAUSTIONS ARE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY ALL PERSONS WITH IN DEPARTMENT AND ALL OTHERS CONCERNED. PERSONEL FREQUENTLY AND THOROUGHLY INSTRUCTED AND DRILLED.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DIVISION OFFICER.
DIVISION OFFICER: ENSURE THAT PERSONNEL COMPLY WITH ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SAFETY PETTY OFFICER.
SAFETY PETTY OFFICER: ENSURE THAT PERSONNEL ARE INSTRUCTED IN ALL SAFETY MATTERS AND ARE FAMILIAR IN SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. CENTRAL POINT FOR ALL SAFETY RELATED MATTERS OR CONCERNS WITHIN A WORK CENTER.
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ALL HANDS.
ALL HANDS: WILL FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES WITH SAFETY REGULATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONSAPPLICABLE TO THEMSELVES AND THEIR ASSIGNED DUTIES. COMPLY WITH ESTABLISHED SAGETY STANDARDS, AND REPORT HAZARDS AND MISHAPS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR COMMAND SAFETY PROGRAM AND OPNAVINST 3750.6.
EXPLAIN THE FUNCTIONS OF THE SAFETY COUNCIL/ENLISTED SAFETY COMMITTEE.
SAFETY COUNCIL: SETS GOALS, MANAGE ASSETS, AND REVIEW SAFETY RELATED RECOMMENDATIONS. (FORMED IN LARGE ACTIVITIES IE. SQUADRONS OR LARGER) RECORDS OF MEETINGS ARE KEPT. THEY REVIEW COMMAND PLANS, POLICIES, PROCEDURES, CONDITIONS, AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCURACY, CONTENT, CURRENCY, AND RESPONSIVENESS TO CORRECTIVE RECOMMENDATIONS. FORMED OF GROUND, AVIATION AND AERO MEDICAL SAFETY OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF EACH WORK CENTER AND OTHER ACTIVITIES. MEET ONCE A MONTH.
DISCUSS HOW HUMAN ERROR CONTRIBUTES TO AVIATION MISHAPS.
HUMAN ERROR: CAUSES HIGH NUMBER OF MISHAPS, IS PART OF NEARLY EVERY MISHAP. CAN BE FROM MAINTAINERS TO FACTORY WORKERS. INVOLVES BOTH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL FACTORS.
DISCUSS HOW MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT FACTORS CONTRIBUTES TO AVIATION MISHAPS.
MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT FACTORS: IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, PRIORITY ASSIGNMENTS ON WORK REQUESTS, LACK OF PROPER QUALITY ASSURANCE. IMPROPERLY MAINTAINED EQUEPMENT.
DISCUSS HOW ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY FACTORS CONTRIBUTES TO AVIATION MISHAPS.
ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY: IMPROPER LEVEL OF SUPERVISION OR A FAILURE TO REQUIRER PERSONNEL TO MEET PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARDS.
DISCUSS HOW MATERIAL FAILURES OR MALFUNCTIONS CONTRIBUTES TO AVIATION MISHAPS.
MATERIAL FAILURES OR MALFUNCTIONS: FAULTY DESIGN, DEFFECTIVE MANUFACTURE, OR REPAIR.
DISCUSS HOW ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CONTRIBUTES TO AVIATION MISHAPS.
ENVIRONMENTAL: VERY FEW MISHAPS CAUSED. INCLUDE EXTEME EXPOSURE TO HEAT, COLD VIBRATION, NOISE, ILLUMINATION, RADIATION, OR ATMOSPHERIC CONTAMINANTS.
DEFINE CLASS A MISHAP.
RESULTING TOTAL COST OF REPORTABLE MATERIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE IS $1,000,000 OR MORE; OR AN INJURY OR OCCUPATIONAL ILLNESS RESULTS IN A FATALITY OR PERMANENT TOTAL DISABILITY.
DEFINE CLASS B MISHAP.
RESULTING TOTAL COST OF REPORTABLE MATERIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE IS $200,000 OR MORE, BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000; OR AN INJURY OR OCCUPATIONAL ILLNESS RESULTS IN A PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY; OR THREE OR MORE PERSONNEL ARE INPATIENT HOSPITALIZED.
DEFINE CLASS C MISHAP.
RESULTING TOTAL COST OF REPORTABLE MATERIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE IS $10,000 OR MORE, BUT LESS THAN $200,000; NON-FATAL INJURY THAT CAUSES ANY LOSS OF TIME BEYOND THE DAY OR SHIFT ON WHICH IT OCCURRED. BEYOND 5 DAYS OF DATE OF INJURY.
DEFINE CLASS D MISHAP.
RESULTING TOTAL COST OF REPORTABLE MATERIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE IS LESS THAN $10,000 OR NON-FATAL INJURY THAT DOES NOT MEET THE CRITERIA OF A CLASS C MISHAP.
STATE THE OBJECTIVE OF THE AVIATION GAS-FREE ENGINEERING PROGRAM
THE OBJECTIVE OF THE AVGFE PROGRAM IS TO ENSURE A SAFE ENVIROMENT IS MAINTAINED WHEN WORKING ON AERONAUTICAL EQUIPMENT FUEL SYSTEMS
EXPLAIN THE HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) ENERGY
RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY CAN GENERATE ELECTRICAL CURRENTS AND/OR VOLTAGE LARGE ENOUGH TO CAUSE LIFE-THREATENING ELECTRIC SHOCK, BURNS , BIOLOGICAL CHANGES, AND CATARACTS. PREMATURE OR UNWANTED ACTIVATION OF ELECTRO-EXPLOSIVE DEVICES (EED) IN ORDANANCE CAN CAUSE SPARKS AND ARCS, WHICH MAY IGNITE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS.
STATE THE PURPOSE OF THE LAZER SAFETY HAZARD CONTROL PROGRAM
THE PROGRAM IS TO DESIGN A SERIES OF SAFETY FACTORS ESTABLISHED WHEN USING LAZERS.
STATE THE PURPOSE OF A SAFETY STAND DOWN
SAFETY STAND DOWNS ARE USED TO DEVOTE TIME TO SAFETY TRAINING, AWARENESS, AND ENHANCEMENT OF THE COMMAND SAFETY CLIMATE.
DISCUSS THE CONCEPT OF OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT
OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT IS A SYSTEMATIC, DECISION-MAKING PROCESS USED TO IDENTIFY AND MANAGE HAZARDS THAT ENDANGER NAVAL RESOURCES.
EXPALIN THE FOLLOWING TERMS AS THEY APPLT TO ORM
IDENTIFY HAZARDS-BEGIN WITH AN OUTLINE OR CHART OF THE MAJOR STEPS IN THE OPERATION ANALYSIS. NEXT CONDUCT PRELIMINARY HAZRD ANALYSIS BY LISTING ALL OF THE HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH EACH STEP IN THE OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS ALONG WITH POSSIBLE CAUSES FOR THOSE HAZARDS.
ASSESS HAZARDS-FOR EACH IDENTIFIED, DETERMINE THE ASSOCIATED DEGREE OF RISK IN TERMS OF PROBABILITY AND SEVERITY. ALTHOUGH NOT REQUIRED, THE USE OF A MATRIX MAY BE HELPFUL IN ASSESING HAZARDS.
MAKE RISK DECISIONS-DEVELOP RISK CONTROL OPTIONS
IMPLEMENT CONTROLS-THE FOLLOWING MEASURES CAN BE USED TO ELIMINATEHAZARDS OR REDUCE THE DEGREE OF RISK.
SUPERVISE-CONDUCT FOLLOW-UP EVALUATIONS OF THE CONTROLS TO ENSURE THEY REMAIN IN PLACE AND HAVE THE DESIRED EFFECT.
STATE THE SIX AREAS OF NAVAL DOCTRINE
1.NAVAL WARFARE
2.NAVAL INTELLIGENCE
3.NAVAL OPERATIONS
4.NAVAL LOGISTICS
5.NAVAL PLANNING
6.NAVAL COMMAND AND CONTROL
DISCUSS HOW NAVAL AVIATION SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING WARFARE AREAS:RECONNAISSANCE/SURVEILLANCE
RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE INCLUDES THE SEARCH FOR AND INTERCEPTION, RECORDING, AND ANALYSIS OF RADIATED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY, USED IN SUPPORT OF MILITARY OOPERATIONS AND TASKS.
DISCUSS HOW NAVAL AVIATION SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING WARFARE AREA:ANTISUBMARINE
USED TO LOCATE AND DESTROY SUBMARINES
DISCUSS HOW NAVAL AVIATION SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING WARFARE AREA:AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT
AN AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT INVOLVES THE TAKING OF AN AREA OF LAND WHERE THE LAND AND SEA MEET.
DISCUSS HOW NAVAL AVIATION SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWNING WARFARE AREA:LOGISTICS SUPPORT
INCOLCES THE TRANSPORT OF TROOPS, PERSONNEL, AND CARGO OR EQUIPMENT WHERE NEEDED BY THE MILITARY
DISCUSS HOW NAVAL AVIATION SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING WARFARE AREA:SEARCH AND RESCUE
PROVIDES SEARCH DATA AND SURVEILLANCE OF AN AREA WHERE THE RESCUE IS TO TAKE PLACE. HELICOPTERS OR AIRCRAFT MAY PROVIDE THE ACTUAL RESCUE ACTIONS REQUIRED ONCE THE MEMBER IN NEED IS IDENTIFIED
DISCUSS HOW NAVAL AVIATION SUPPORTS THE FOLOOWING WARFARE AREA:MINE WARFARE
THE USE OF SHIPS, AIRCRAFT, SUBMARINES, AND HELICOPTERS TO LOCATE AND DESTROY ENEMY MINES
STATE THE QUALITIES THAT CHARACTERIZE THE NAVY/MARINE CORPS TEAM AS INSTRUMENTS TO SUPPORT NATIONAL POLICIES
1.READINESS
2.FLEXIBILITY
3.SELF-SUSTAINABILITY
4.MOBILITY
STATE THE THREE LEVELS OF WAR
1.TACTICAL
2.OPERATIONAL
3.STRATEGIC