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Mishaps are investigated for which
of the following reasons?
1. To prevent repeats of the
mishap
2. To correct unsafe conditions
3. To avoid major accidents
(Ans. All of the above)
Who isresponsible for training division personnel in mishap prevention?
Safety petty officer
What publication outlines
command safety program
and the safety organization
Standard Organization and Regulations of
the U.S. Navy, chapter 7, OPNAVINST
3120.32B—Outlines the safety program
and the safety organization
Three kinds of safety observations are
Deliberate
Incidental and
Planned
Looking with safety in mind is what type of safety observation
Incidental
What tool does a safety petty officer use to identify and
develop solutions to eliminate
hazards?
JSA..Job Safety Analysis
When making a JSA use what form
OPNAV 5100/14 (fig. 6-2), when making safety
observations and job analyses;
makes recommendations concerning the command
safety program.
Enlisted Safety Committee
The Enlisted Safety Committe makes reccommendations to the...
Safetey Council (at the Department Head level)
A safety benefit of the JSA is
The discovery of cost-reducing
improvements
The basic principles
of mishap prevention are
1) to spot potential
mishap causes and (2) eliminate potential mishap
causes.
The command’s enlisted safety
committee should convene according
to what schedule?
monthly
Assisting the safety officer in
keeping the safety program visible to all hands is also the responsibility of which of the following groups?
MAA/Safety Force
report all observed workplace
hazards to
Supervisor
What OPNAV instruction requires
supervisors to ensure that their
personnel are aware of safety
precautions, the work site is safe,and personnel are outfitted with protective clothing?
5100.19B
Asbestos insulation cannot be removed except for an emergency and approved by whom
approved by the commanding
officer.
Rip-out teams to
will be composed
remove asbestos
of what minimum
number of persons?
3
Who trains safety petty officers
and damage control petty officers in selecting, fit-testing, and maintaining respirators?
Gas Free Engineering Officer
Which of the following types of
equipment should be used as a source of breathing air ONLY in emergency situations?
Oxygen Breathing Apparatus.. (OBA)
What respirator cartridge color
should be used when working around organic vapors?
Black
What color cartridge protects
against radioactive materials?
Purple
Personnel should be entered in a
hearing testing program if they are
required to work in a designated
noise hazard area with sound levels
that average more than what maximum
decibel (dB) level?
84dB
Which of the following personnel is
responsible for identifying eyehazardous
areas?
safety officer (not safety petty officer)
A heat stress survey should be
conducted whenever the work station
dry-bulb reading exceeds what
temperature?
100 Degree F
The controlling document for the entire tag-out procedure is the
Equipment Tag out Log
The number of tag-out logs that
each ship class must maintain is specified by which of the following individuals?
Force Commanders
The tag out log has how many sections
4
You should audit every _____, except
on nuclear-powered ships, where you audi _____
2 weeks,
Weekly
In a shore survival situation, if
you are the senior member, the will
to survive becomes a personal
struggle between the environment
and
your specific personal
q u a l i t i e s
Evading the enemy in open woods is
difficult because under favorable
conditions enemy observers are able
to see up to what maximum distance
100 yards
Experience has proved that “model”
POW camps, where food is regular
and treatment is considerate, fall
into which of the following
categories?
They are the exception