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101.1 State the general safety precautions that must be observed while pressure refueling aboard ship with the rotors engaged:
a) Secure A/C with two chocks and initial 4 point tie-down.
b) Fueling personnel will stay back until this is done.
c) Personnel will enter rotor arc at only the 3 and 9 o’clock positions.
d) All personnel will stay clear of the tail rotor and tail pylon.
e) All movements to port or starboard will be done transiting around the nose.
f) All hand signals will be in accordance with NAVAIR 00-80T-113 (Aircraft Signals NATOPS Manual).
g) Fire Guard/Crash Crew shall be positioned in immediate area.
h) Proper aircraft ground will be established before fueling begins.
State and identify the MH-60S danger areas.
a) Engine exhausts and inlets.
b) APU & ECS systems exhausts.
c) Main Rotor Blades when engaged-- blades can droop to 4’-5’ clearance.
d) Aft fuselage when tail rotor is turning.
e) Keep off engine and transmission service platforms when blades are being folded/spread.
f) Keep clear of pylon when it is being folded/spread.
g) Remain outside of 50’ radius from aircraft when SATCOM is being used (125W output power).
101.3 Discuss the hazard and safety precautions for handling beryllium.
Is very toxic when inhaled, or when allowed to contact the skin. Severe poisoning can result if beryllium dust is inhaled. Safety precautions: Wear disposable coveralls, gloves, hood, and cartridge respirator. Dampen abrasive mat with dry cleaning solvent P-D-680. To prevent the spread of toxic dust keep mat wet throughout the corrosion removal process. Clean fitting with disposable towels dampened with dry cleaning solvent after the completion of corrosion removal. Apply preventive compound (MIL-C-81309) on fitting. Wipe work area clean with disposable towels dampened with dry cleaning solvent P-D-680. Place disposable towels, abrasive mats, and coveralls in a plastic bag marked “Beryllium contaminated waste”. Discard in accordance with local environmental protection directives. Wash hands with soap and water immediately after completion of task.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs: Respiratory Protection
Whenever respiratory protection is required, a RPP (Respiratory Protection Program) shall be established & maintained. The CO or OIC shall appoint a RPP manager in writing. Employee’s identified by the RPPM as requiring respiratory protection equipment due to the nature of their work or job must be provided appropriate respiratory equipment. Personnel shall be fit tested & medically qualified to wear the respirator being issued.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs: Hearing Conservation
Work environments shall be surveyed to identify potentially hazardous noise levels and personnel at risk. Environments that contain or equipment that produces potentially hazardous noise shall, whenever technologically & economically feasible, be modified to reduce the noise level to acceptable levels. Periodic hearing testing shall be conducted to monitor the effectiveness of the hearing conservation program.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs: Sight Conservation
Eye hazardous exposure including areas, occupations, equipment & processes shall be identified and appropriate controls implemented. A complete survey (Hazard assessment) of all activity work areas equipment and procedures shall be conducted to determine which occur as eye hazards, and that w/c personnel require eye protection and type of protection required. There shall be written certification that the hazard assessment has been made and the document shall clearly be identified as such. All areas that are designated as eye hazardous shall be posted with an appropriate warning. Emergency eyewash facilities shall be provided in all areas where the eye of any employee may be exposed to corrosive materials.
Discuss the basic requirements for each of the following NAVOSH programs: Personal Protective Equipment
Each activity shall asses all workplaces to determine if hazards are present that necessitate the use of PPE. If such hazards are present, do the following: Train personnel, communicate, select, and verify.
State the warnings to be observed prior to applying external power.
a) Be sure that area around stabilator is clear of personnel and equipment. Should stabilator be in any position other than trailing edge full down, it will reposition automatically to full down when power is applied.
b) If tail pylon or stabilator is folded, be sure that STAB PWR circuit breaker on copilot circuit breaker panel, and STAB SYS PWR circuit breaker on overhead console are open.
c) Do not connect or disconnect ac power cable while energized, due to possible shock hazard.
d) Be sure that WEIGHT-ON WHEELS circuit breaker, on lower console circuit breaker panel, is closed. Opening this circuit breaker will arm emergency release (EMER REL) button on each cyclic stick, thus possibly firing hoist and cargo hook shear and release cartridge-actuated devices (CADs).
101.6 Discuss the proper use of handholds, steps, and walkways.
a) They are aids in doing maintenance on the helicopter. Recessed steps and handholds are on both sides of helicopter in conjunction with the gunner’s windows and aft of the cabin doors up to the HIRSS.
b) Telescoping steps are on both sides of tail pylon.
c) Walk areas are provided on both sides of upper canopy, on aft end of controls/accessories, and on No. 1 and No. 2 engine access work platform.
d) Walk only on surfaces designed as walkways. These areas are reinforced to withstand frequent use and are treaded to prevent skidding. All other surfaces are NO STEP areas.