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State the 3 objectives of first aid...
Prevent further injury, save lives, prevent infection
State the three methods of controlling bleeding
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points ***tourniquet as a last resort***
Describe the symptoms and treatment for shock.
Vacant or lackluster eyes, shallow or irregular breathing, cold pale skin, nausea, weak or absent pulse.
Lay down, feet elevated 6-12", cover, maintain body heat, re-assure them & calm victim, if concious.
State the symptoms and treatment for heat exhaustion
disturbance of blodd flow to the brain, heart and lungs. Skin is cool, moist and clammy, pupils dilated normal or sub normal body temps. Move to cool area, loosen clothes, apply cool wet cloths to head, groin, ankles, fan victim.
State the symptoms and treatment for heat stroke
hot, dry skin, uneven pupil dilation, weak rapid pulse. Douse the body with cold water, apply wet cold towels, move to cool place, place on back, raise shoulders slightly. cold packs around victims shoulders and neck, groin and ankles.
state the difference between and open and closed fracture.
Closed- simple- entirely internal, bone is broken, but no break in the skin.
State the following as applied to electrical shock:
Personnel Rescue
Dont touch victim or wire, find power source, shut it off, or try using a dry broom handle or any non-conductive object.
State the following as applied to electrical shock:
Treatment
Administer artificial ventilation immediatly, feel for a pulse, if none do CPR, get to the hospital.
Describe the methods for clearing an obstructed airway
Wrap your arms around victims waist, grasp your wrist and place the thumb side of your fist against abdomen, above navel and just below ribs. 4 quick upward thrusts, repeat until obstruction is gone
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries:
Hypothermia
Pale skin, unconscious slow shallow breathing, faint pulse.
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries:
Superficial Frostbite
Ice crystals formed in the upper skin layers
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries:
Deep Frostbite
Ice crystals on deeper tissue
Define the purpose of the Naval Aviation Safety Program
Preserve human and material resources, enhance operational readiness
Explain the safety responsibilities of the CO
Make sure persons are instructed and drilled in all precautins and procedures
Explain the safety responsibilities of the Aviation Safety Officer
Advisor to the CO, maintain records and mishaps
Explain the safety responsibilities of the Ground safety officer
Advisor to teh CO in Ground safety matters
Explain the safety responsibilities of the Department head
Coordinates safety program
Explain the safety responsibilities of the division officer
ensure personel comply with safety instructions
Explain the safety responsibilities of the safety petty officer
Ensure personnel are instructed in all safety matters
Explain the safety responsibility of all hands.
Be familiar with safety regs and instructions
Explain the functions of the Safety Council/ERnlisted Safety Committee
Set goals, manage assets, review safety reccomendations
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Human Error
Ergonomics, physical strength, stress, mental factors.
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Maintenance and Support Factors
Improper maintenance, priority assignments, lack of QA
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Administrative and Supervisory Factors
Failure to meet personnel qualification stnadards, lack of formal or informal training.
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Material Failures or malfunctions
Faulty design, defective manufature or repair
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Environmental Factors
Excessive speed, lightning, heat, cold vibration, noise, illumination, radiation atmospheric contaminants
Define Class A mishap
1,000,000 dollars or more damage, injury or occupational illness, permanent disability, death
Define Class B Mishap
200,000- 1,000,000 partial disability, 3 or more people hospitalized.
Define Class C Mishap
10,000-200,000 in damage, non-fatal injury, loss of time beyond the shift, 5 or more lost workdays.
Define Class D Mishap
Less then 10,000- non-fatal injury, anything not classified in C or above.
State the objective of Aviation Gas Free Engineering Program
Ensure a safe environment when working on aeronuatical equiptment fuel systems.
Explain the hazards associated with Radio Frequency Energy
Generate electrical currents and or voltage large enough to cause life threatening electric shock, burns, biological changesw and cataracts. May ignite flammable material
Explain the purpose of a safety stand down
Devote time and safety to training awareness and enhancement of the command safety climate
Discuss the concept of Operational Risk Management
Decision making process used to identify and manage hazards that endanger naval resources.
Explain the ORM Scale:
Identify Hazard- chart major steps, analyze hazards
Assess Hazards - Determine degree of risk
Make Risk Decisions- Select controls that will reduce the risk, decide if risk outweighs benifits
Implement Controls- Measures used to eliminate hazards
Supervise- Follow up evals to ensure they remain inplace and have the desired effect.
Discus the dual chain of command for operating forces
Operational- President, sec. of defense, a unit or specified CO

Administrative- Sec of Navy and CNO to operating forces
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Unified/specified
Operated under joint chiefs of staff
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Fleet commanders
Pacific and atlantic fleets: training, surface, ect.
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Task Force Commander
Divides fleets into forces, groups, units and elements
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Taks Unit Commander
Further divides task groups
Discuss the following as they apply to the administratve chain of command:
Secretary of the Navy
Policies and control of dept of navy
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Chief of naval operations
advisor to president and secnav on conduts of war
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Fleet Commander in chief
Command specific fleets
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Naval Air Force Commander
Command of VA, VAW, VS, VR, HS, HC, VX type squadrons
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Functional wing commander
A/C material readiness, admin, training, inspection of squadrons.
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Type Squadron Commander
Responsible for maintenance and material readiness of A/C assigned to them
Discuss the role of the following:
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy
Senior rep to CNO
Discuss the role of the following:
Fleet Master Chief
Advisor to the Fleet CO
Discuss the role of the following:
Force Master Chief
Advisor to various force group CO's
Discuss the role of the following:
Command Master Chief
Advisor to CO on enlisted matters.