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42 Cards in this Set

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What resources should you use to determine what reports should be turned in for your ship’s eight o’clock reports?
Your ship’s local instructions.
What are the four types of casualty reports used in the casualty reporting system?
Initial (CASREP), update (CASREP with a sertial number change), correction (CASCOR), and cancellation (CASCAN).
How often should laminated tags be audited?
Laminated tags are audited on a daily basis by the work center supervisor and on a weekly basis by the division officer.
What source should you contact first to obtain a copy of the Ships’ Safety Bulletin that your work center does not have?
Contact your ship’s Safety Officer.
Afloat safety advisories are published in what format?
Afloat safety advisories are in message format and come on a floppy disk from the Naval Safety Center.
What is a configuration change?
An addition, deletion, modification, or relocation of any piece of installed equipment aboard a ship.”
What manual discusses the MDS in detail?
The 3-M manual (OPNAVINST 4790.4 series).
What is the primary MDS form?
The Ship’s Maintenance Action Form (OPNAV 4790/2K).
What basic information is contained in a maintenance requirement card?
“Who(rate)” should do “what,” “when,” “how,” and “with what resources” for the maintenance requirement.
What is the Publication Applicability Listing (PAL)?
A publication, unique to each ship, that lists technical manuals, operating instruction charts, performance standards sheets, maintenance standards books, and technical manual changes for operating and maintaining onboard systems and equipment under the technical cognizance of the Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command (COMNAVSEASYSCOM).
What joint instruction gives guidance for use of the CSOSS?
Which section of the Equipment Identification Code Master Index, NAMSO 4790.E2579, lists EIC numbers in numerical sequence and identifies the equipment nonmenclature assigned to each EIC number?
Section I.
What three key factors will determine the severity of electric shock on your body?
The amount of body resistance you have to the current flow, the path the current takes through your body, and the length of time the current flows through your body.
What three one-word commands should you follow to prevent shocking yourself?ere
Isolate, insulate, and ground.
What is the FIRST step in taking voltage measurements below 300 volts?
ALWAYS notify and obtain permission from your commanding officer (afloat) or your supervisor (ashore) to work on energized equipment. (Some commands require you to complete a checklist before doing this.)
What is the major difference between using a test probe to measure a voltage above 300 volts and using it to measure a voltage of 300 volts or less?
When your measuring a voltage above 300 volts, you must NOT hold the test probe while the equipment is energized. Instead, you must attach the test probes while the equipment is de-energized.
What dangerous effect to electronic components are EDS precautions designed to reduce or eliminate?
Electrostatic discharge (ESD).
What common household appliance is typically used to illustrate the tissue damage that can be done by harmful RF exposure?
A microwave oven. RF injuries result from the tissue being “cooked” in a manner similar to the way food is cooked in a microwave oven.
What three situations discussed in the text require you to tag out equipment?
Working aloft or over the side, doing corrective or preventive maintenance.
Name two tagout responsibilities of your department authorizing officer for tag out procedures.
Ensure that personnel are qualified to do the work they are about to do, maintain tag-out logs, signing and issuing tags and tag-out record sheets, clear the record sheets from the tag-out logs, and destroying the tags when the work is completed.
What are the five tag-out documents that you may use in your job as a Fire Controlman?
Tag-out logs, CAUTION Tags (NAVSHIPS 9890/5), DANGER Tags (NAVSHIPS 9890/8), OUT-OF-CALIBRATION Labels (NAVSEA 9210/6), and OUT-OF-COMMISSION Labels (NAVSHIPS 9890/7).
Name four types of personal protective equipment associated with working with electricity.
Safety shoes, rubber gloves, safety shorting probes, eye protection, hearing protection, respiratory protection, and deck-insulating material.
What is the minimum information that OSHA regulations require for labeling of hazardous materials?
(1) the name of the material, (2) the name and address of the manufacturer, and (3) the nature of the hazard, including the target organ affected by the material.
What information can you find in the HMUG?
Compatibility information, control measures, safety precautions, health hazards, spill control, and disposal guidelines for 22 hazardous material groups.
What are PCBs normally used for on board a ship?
Insulators and coolants in electrical equipment.
What are two hazards associated with an energized CRT?
A very high voltage and x-ray emissions.
What is the purpose of a ”WARNING”?
To warn personnel of hazards that can cause personal injury.
What is the purpose of a “CAUTION”?
To draw attention to situations that may be potentially damaging to equipment.
What is the purpose of the Explosives Handling Personnel Qualification and Certification Program?
To ensure that each person is qualified and certified before performing any task involving explosives.
Who can authorize the use of live ordnance for training purposes?
The type commander.
Once an individual is certified to handle explosives, for how long is the certification valid?
For a maximum of 12 months, unless it is revoked for cause.
What type of handling evolution involves the transfer of ammunition from one ship to another?
A logistics movement.
What NAVSEA OP should you use to find general instructions for preparation and shipping ordnance items?
NAVSEA SW020-AC-SAF-010, Volume 1 and Volume 2, Transportation and Storage Data for Ammunition, Explosives and Related Hazardous Materials.
What are the five major types of shipboard magazines?
Primary magazines, missile magazines, ready-service magazines, lockers and chemical magazines.
What type of ammunition stowage spaces are frequently located on ship’s weather decks?
What alarm circuit is known as the “high-temperature alarm”?
The F alarm circuit.
What alarm circuit is known as the “magazine sprinkler alarm”?
The FH alarm circuit.
Under normal conditions, how often should you take magazine temperature readings?
Once a day.
How should magazine temperatures that are in excess of 100 F be recorded in the permanent temperature log?
In a conspicuous manner (red ink).
What does an “AMMUNITION FAR SIDE” sign look like?
The sign is a yellow rectangle, 5 inches high by 9 inches wide. Painted on the sign are black slanted lines, 1/8-inch thick and one-inch long, on 3/4-inch centers along the top and bottom edges, with lines slanting from top right to bottom left. The letters are 1/8-inch thick and 3/4-inch high.
What are the two basic types of hydraulically-controlled sprinkler systems?
The dry-type and the wet-type.
Which type of sprinkler system uses fresh water to charge the piping between the outlet side of the main sprinkler valve and the sprinkler heads?
The dry-type sprinkler system.