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47 Cards in this Set

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What is ORM?
A decision making tool used by personnel at all levels to increase operational effectiveness by identifying, assessing, and managing risks. By reducing the potential for loss, the probability of a successful mission is increased.
What is the purpose of ORM?
Prevent mishaps through risk management.
What are the 5 steps of ORM?
1. Identify Hazards
2. Assess Harzards
3. Make Risk Decisions
4. Implement Controls
5. Supervising
Explain ORM's Identify Hazards step.
List hazards and their causes as it relates to each step in operational analysis.
Explain ORM's Assess Hazards step.
For each hazard identified, determine the associated degree of risk in terms of probability and severity.
Explain ORM's Make Risk Decisions step.
Develop and implement risk controls. Decide if the benefit of the operation outweighs the risk
Explain ORMs Implement Controls step.
Develop controls to mitigate risk.
What is Hazard Severity?
Worst possible outcome of a hazard.
How many hazard severity codes are there?
4 - Category I, II, III, IV
Which hazard severity category entails death or greater than $500,000 damage to equipment or facilities?
Category I (Catastrophic)
Which hazard severity entails disfiguring injury, lost time greater than three months, or $50,000 to $500,000 worth of damage to equipment or facilities?
Category II (Critical)
Which hazard severity entails $10,000 to $50,000 worth of damage to equipment or facilities or lost time greater than 1 day?
Category III (Marginal)
Which hazard severity entails personnel being safe, no lost time, or damage less than $10,000?
Category IV (Minimal)
What instruction governs safety ashore, afloat and mishap reporting?
Ashore - OPNAVINST 5100.23
Afloat - OPNAVINST 5100.19
Mishap Reporting - OPNAVINST 5102D
Who submits a mishap report?
What system is a mishap report submitted through?
Define RAC.
Risk Assessment Code
How many RACs are there?
Name the 5 RACs.
1 - Critical
2 - Serious
3 - Moderate
4 - Minor
5 - Negligible
How are RACs determined?
Matching hazard severity and mishap probability
List the categories of mishap probability.
A - likely to occur immediately
B - probably will occur in time
C - may occur in time
D - unlikely to occur
The purposes of first aid include all of the following except;
a. Save life
b. Prevent further injury
c. Prevent mishap reports
d. Prevent infection
c. Prevent mishap reports
What are the three methods to control bleeding, in order?
Direct Pressure, Pressure Point, Tourniquet
Which of the following is not a symptom of shock?
a. Hot, dry skin
b. Dilated Pupils
c. Unconsciousness
d. Agitation or confusion
a. Hot, dry skin
How should you treat a victim of shock?
a. Warm them
b. Keep them calm
c. Lay down with legs elevated
d. All of the above
d. All of the above
What type of fracture is depicted?
Open Fracture
True or false. You should attempt to reinsert a protruding bone before splinting it.
When possible, what is the first step to treat for electrical shock?
Secure Power
What has occurred when body temperature has dropped so low the heart, nervous system and other organs can't function?
Is this superficial or deep frostbite?
Deep Frostbite
What are the symptoms of heat exhaustion?
Heavy sweating, dizziness, nausea
This is the body's response to excessive loss of water through sweating.
Heat Exhaustion
This is when the body is unable to control its temperature, can’t sweat and cool down.
a. Heat Stroke
b. Heat Exhaustion
c. Heat Stress
d. Heat Overdrive
a. Heat Stroke
HERO stands for Hazard of Electromagnetic Radiation to; .
a. Operation
b. Operators
c. Ordnance
d. Occupation
c. Ordnance
Moving to a cool spot and soaking with water are treatments for what?
Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke
HERF stands for Hazard of Electromagnetic Radiation to;
a. Frequencies
b. Fuel
c. Formations
d. Field Operations
b. Fuel
What kind of information is contained in this document?
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides information on how to store, use and dispose of hazardous materials.
True or False; Profuse sweating is not a symptom of shock?
Which of the following is not a mishap reportable item;
a. Class A government property damage mishap
b. Class C on-duty DoD civilian mishaps
c. Class C off base dependent mishap
d. On-duty diving mishap
c. Class C off base dependent mishap
Which of the following is not a reportable mishap items.

a. Class A, B, or C government property damage mishaps
b. Class A, B or C on-duty DoD civilian mishaps and military on/off-duty mishaps.
c. Any other work-related illness or injury that involves medical treatment beyond first aid.
d. All of them are reportable
d. All of them are reportable
What is the purpose of a HAZREP?
Provides a means for a unit discovering a hazardous condition or experiencing a near-mishap to alert COMNAVSAFECEN.
State the three objectives of first aid.
1. Maintain Breathing
2. Stop bleeding/Maintain Circulation
3. Prevent or treat shock
List 2 of the 4 ways to clear an obstructed airway.
1. Standing Abdominal Thrust
2. Reclining Chest Thrust
What condition occurs when the body is overheated?
Heat Stress
How is HAZMAT stored?
HAZMAT is stored separately and according to the type.
Name the 7 types of PPE.
1. Hand Protection
2. Foot Protection
3. Face Protection
4. Eye Protection
5. Hearing Protection
6. Skin/Body Protection
7. Respirators
What is the goal of the Navy's Hearing Conservation Program?
To prevent occupational hearing loss and assure auditory fitness for duty of all Navy personnel.