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The science of hearing, particularly the study of impaired hearing that cannot be improved by medication or surgery
Audiology
The field of medicine concerned with the determination of the specific causes of localized outbreaks of infection
Epidemiology
The scientific study of poisons, their action and detection, and treatment of conditions produced by them
Toxicology
Any material that, because of its quantity, concentration, or physical or chemical characteristics, may pose a substantial hazard to humans
Hazardous Material
Any discarded material, liquid, solid, or gas, which meets the definition of HM
Hazardous Waste
Hazardous material that has been used in a shipboard process
Used HM
Unused hazardous material in full, properly sealed containers
Excess HM
Material Safety Data Sheet
MSDS
What are the two major subdivisions of Occupational Health?
Industrial Hygiene
&
Occupational medicine
Which occupational subdivision involves the identification and evaluation of occupational health hazards?
Industrial Hygiene
Which occupational health subdivision diagnoses and treats occupational injuries and illnesses?
Occupational Medicine
Which occupational health subdivision focuses on medical surveillance for employees potentially exposed to hazards that are identified on workplace monitoring plan?
Occupational Medicine
What are the three parts contained in workplace monitoring?
Workplace Assessment, Exposure Assessment, Worplace monitoring plan
Who conducts workplace assessments?
Industrial Hygienist or Qualified Technician
Which assessment is the first assessment and re-establishes if permanent changes are made?
Baseline
What is contained in the workplace assessment?
Description of all operations and work practices
Which type of workplace monitoring is a quantitative risk assessment and setting of priorities?
Exposure Assessment
Which type of workplace monitoring determines if employees are exposed to toxic chemicals and/or physical hazardous?
Exposure Assessment
Which workplace monitoring assesses personnel exposures?
Exposure Assessment
Which workplace monitoring lists personnel recommended for placement on medical surveillance?
Exposure Assessment
Which monitoring is prepared when exposure assessment indicates employees are exposed to hazardous materials and physical hazardous?
Workplace Monitoring plan
What is contained in the workplace monitoring plan?
The number of measurements/samples required to evaluate hazard
Which workplace monitoring contains the frequency of required measurement and samples during the year?
Workplace Monitoring Plan
How long are Industrial Hygiene records kept?
40 Years
How long are asbestos records kept?
Indefinitely
What is the form number for the workplace monitoring plan?
OPNAV 5100/14
What is the purpose of the medical surveillance Examinations?
Determines fitness for duty
What are the four types of medical surveillance examinations?
Baseline, Periodic, Termination, Situational
Which type of medical surveillance examination is for pre-placement or pre-assignment?
Baseline
Which type of medical surveillance examination is used to compare any changes in health?
Baseline
Which type of medical surveillance examination is completed during employment in potentially hazardous environment?
Periodic
Which type of medical surveillance examination is completed when employment is terminated?
Termination
Which type of medical surveillance examination is completed when a person is permanently removed from program?
Termination
Which type of medical surveillance examination is completed when employee had possible overexposure?
Situational
What is the purpose of the Medical Surveillance Procedures Manual?
Standardized minimum requirements for Medical surveillance and Job certification
What contains what is required to be qualified for a particular job?
Job Certification
What is the OPNAV 5100/15
Medical Surveillance Questionare
What is part I of the OPNAV 5100/15
Occupational History
What is part II of the OPNAV 5100/15
Hobbies and Active Sports
Dates, Hours per week and Potential hazards are contained in which part of the OPNAV 5100/15
Part I
What is part III of the OPNAV 5100/15
Other exposures and work related exposures
What is part IV of the OPNAV 5100/15
Medical department determinations
Who can place a person on relevant medical surveillance program?
Medical Officer or Occupational Health Nurse
Who signs the bottom of the OPNAV 5100/15
Medical Officer or Occupational Health Nurse
In what part of the OPNAV 5100/15 is the data on the questionaire reviewed?
Part IV
Who is authorized access to Medical Surveillance Records?
Employee
How long are Medical Surveillance records kept?
50 years
What is the OSHA standard for healthcare workers?
OSHA standard 1910.1030
Ethylene oxide, Anesthetic gases, and formaldehyde are work history exposure for what type of worker?
Healthcare workers
What immunizations are required for Healthcare workers
MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis B
What laboratories are required for Healthcare workers?
Tuberculosis, Titers
What is the OSHA standard for exposure to blood and/or body fluids?
OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.1030
What is the program frequency for Exposure to blood and/or body fluids?
Baseline only
What are the qualifications for exposure to blood and/or body fluid?
Hepatitis B vaccine series complete or prior infection documented
What are notations for exposure to blood and/or body fluid?
Is surveillance/PPE consistent with exposures
What is the program frequency for Child care workers?
Annual
What are the required laboratories for child care workers?
Tuberculosis and Titers
What are the qualifications for Childcare workers?
current immunizations, MMR, Varicella
What is the program frquency for barber and beauty shop employees?
Pre-placement
During the physical examinations for barber/beauty shop employees, what must the examiner pay special attention to?
Skin rashes, erosion, ulcer, pigment, or eczema
Certification for barber/beauty shop employees must be performed in accordance with what reference?
NAVMED P-5010
What does the assessment for barber/beauty shop employees determine
If employee is qualified,not qualified for work
What is the program frequency for food service?
Pre-Placement
Following absence from job for 30 days or more
What does the assessment for food service personnel determine?
If personnel is qualified/not qualified to work
What is the program frequency for Hazardous Waste workers and emergency responders?
Annual
What is the OSHA standard for hazardous waste workers and emergency responders?
OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.120
Heat injuries and cold injuries are part of the medical history for what medical surveillance program?
Hazardous Waste workers and emergency responders
What laboratories are requires for hazardous waste workers and emergency responders?
CBC, differential WBC and baseline lipid profile once past age 40
When is a baseline EKG required for hazardous waste workers and emergency responders?
Past age 40
What is the program frequency for wastewater/sewage workers?
penta-ennially
What are the qualifications for Wastewater/sewage workers?
Current immunizations
Certification for wastewater/sewage workers must be performed in accordance with what reference?
NAVMED P-5010
What is the program frequency for Department of Transportation motor vehicle operators?
By age
Which physical form must be filled out for DOT motor vehicle operators?
SF 88/93
What is the program frequency for forklift workers?
triennially
Problems with balance and coordination are part of the medical history for which medical surveillance program?
Forklift operators
What laboratories are required for forklift operators?
Baseline lipid profile once past age 40
Visual accuity depth perception and color vision is requirement for which medical surveillance program?
Forklift operators
Acids, Compressed gases, water treatment chemicals and pesticides are categories are what?
Hazardous Material
What is the purpose of the Federal Hazard Communications Standard?
To provide employees with information about potential health hazards from exposure to workplace chemicals
What is the goal of the Federal Hazard Communication Standard?
To provide employees with information to make knowledgeable decisions
What must employee training include for the Federal Hazard Communication Standard?
MSDS location and contents
Who reports to the Fleet Commanders, by message, any situation where HM is discharged overboard within restricted waters?
The Commanding Officer (CO)
Who appoints the HM Coordinator?
Commanding Officer
Who is the HM Coordinator for larger ships?
Commissioned officer within the supply department
Who is the HM Coordinator for ships smaller than a frigate?
Commissioned Officer
Who is the HM Coordinator for ships with limited personnel?
Chief Petty Officer
Who reports all mishaps?
Safety Officer
What reference are all mishaps reported in accordance with?
OPNAVINST 5100.19C Chap A6
Who ensures that the MSDS is on file for all HM taken aboard?
Hazardous Material Coordinator/Supply Officer
Who must get CO's written authorization before open purchase of any new HM?
HMC/Supply Officers that are O-4 or below
Who assists with HM training on health information and PPE requirements?
Medical Department Representative
Who maintains a complete file of MSDS's?
Medical Department Representative
What information must be entered into Hazardous Material Information System?
HM Nomenclature, National Stock Number (NSN), Unit of issue and stowage location
How long may workcenters keep HM supply in their areas?
up to 5 days
What is the purpose of the Authorized User List?
To identify processes at the activity for which each HM is allowed to be used
Which proprietary indicator must NOT be released to non-government entities?
DOD 6050.5LR
Which proprietary indicator may be released to non-government entities?
DOD 6050.5L
Which proprietary indicator contains patent information?
DOD 6050.5LR
Which proprietary indicator contains general information?
DOD 6050.5L
Which proprietary indicator includes technical data components?
DOD 6050.5LR
Which proprietary indicator will not contain proprietary ingredients?
DOD 6050.5L
What section of the MSDS is the Manufacturer's Information?
Section I
What is section II of the MSDS?
Hazardous Ingredients
Physical/Chemical Characteristics is what section of the MSDS?
Section III
What is Section IV of the MSDS?
Fire and Explosion Hazard Data
Reactivity Data is what section of the MSDS?
Section V
Health Hazard Data is what section of the MSDS?
VI
Emergency and first aid procedures are in what section of the MSDS?
Section VI
Precautions for Safe Handling and Use is what section of the MSDS?
Section VII
Control Measures is what section of the MSDS?
Section VIII
PPE information is contained what section of the MSDS?
Section VIII
What does HMIS stand for?
Hazardous Material Information System
What is a compilation of MSDS data applicable to DoD?
HMIS
What does HMUG standard stand for?
Hazardous Material user Guide
What provides fleet with understandable safety information supplemental to techinical information on MSDS?
Hazardous Material User Guide(HMUG)
What does SHML stand for?
Shipboard Hazardous Materials List
What is a record of HM authorized aboard U.S. Navy surface ships
Shipboard Hazardous Materials List
What does the "A" in the acronym APRON stand for?
Allowed
What does the "P" in the acronym APRON stand for?
Prohibited
What does "R" in the acronym APRON stand for?
Restricted
What does the "O" in the acronym APRON stand for?
Obsolete
What does the "N" in the acronym APRON stand for?
Not identified
What consolidates standard stock numbers?
Shipboard Safety Equipment Shopping Guide
What must be ensured that it is in good operating conditon and must be readily available?
PPE
What are the general storage requirements?
Store large quantities of flammable and combustible liquids with a flash point of 200*F in flammable liquid storerooms
What must be posted on HM Stowage locations?
a caution sign that reads: HAZARDOUS MATERIAL STORAGE AREA
Who is responsible for the spill response team makeup?
Damage Control Assistant (DCA)
Who must the verbal notified of a spill?
Supervisor, Officer of the Deck, Command Duty Officer
Who gives on scene directions?
OOD, CDO, Fire Chief, Damage Control Party Leader
Who is the original follow-up report given to?
HM Coordinator
Who is given a copy of the follow-up HM spill report?
Safety Officer
What type of HM Coordinator must have training at the Navy Supply Corps School Basic and Department Head Course en route?
Supply Officers
What type of HM Coordinator muct take the Afloat HM Coordinator Course?
Non-Supply Corps Officers
Within how many months must Non-Supply Officers have HM Coordinator training?
6 months
What course must HM Supervisors take?
HMC&M Technician Course
What training must members of the Damage Control Team have?
HM emergency response procedures.
How often must Damage Control Team have spill response drills?
Every 18 Months