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What is the Commanding Officer's responsibilities?
-responsible for the safety of all command personnel
What is the Executive Officer's responsibilities?
chairman of the OSH council
What is the Safety Officer duties?
-trains, educates, tracks
-maintains complete accurate incident reports
What are the functions of OSH?
-review mishaps and conducts mishap investigations.
- meets monthly on deployments and quarterly in homeport.
- the committe proposes to the OSH council recommendations
What are the Classes of mishaps?
Class A-$1,000,000
Class B-$200,000
Class C -$20,000
Class D- less than $2,000
What are the different types of eye wear?
goggles, face wear, permanent walls, safety glasses
What is the purpose of the hearing Conservation Program?
-to prevent hearing loss to exposure to high noise levels.
- noises greater than 84dba for an 8 hour day.
What are the two different types of ear muff?
-Ear muffs
-Ear plugs
Explain Ground Fault Circuit Interruption (GFCI).
-required to be used with all electric hand tools.
-detects change in flow of electricty and interrupts the circuit before any harm can be done to personnel.
-tested monthly
Discuss tag-out procedures.
all potential sources must be secured prior to working on equipment
What are the three types of respirators?
-Air purifying respirator
-supplied air respirator
-self contained breathing apparatus
What is the importance of the IH program?
personnel evaluate, recoh=recognize, and make recommendations to control potential workplace hazards.
What are the four classes of fires?
Class A- buringin by wood, paper/CO2, anti-freeze, water
Class B-flammable liquids i.e. grease, halon
Class C-energized electrical equipment/dry chemical
Class D- combustible metals
Who chairs the Safety Policy Council?
XO
PID
personel injury/death
MPD
Material property damage
Hearing protection
Single-84 db
Double- 104 db
Eye protection
-safety goggles
-chemical goggle
-safety glasses
-welding glasses
-over spectacle glasses
Temporary Electric Power
any electrical source used within hand tools and equipment
3M
-material
-Maintenance
-Management