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15 Cards in this Set

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What publication dictates the NAVOSH program?
Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program Manual
According to which instruction is a commands Respiratory Program established and managed?
How is a trained RPPM appointed?
In writting by the CO or the OIC.
Who is responsible for implementing the program requirements of the Respiratory Protection Program?
If an individual has to utilize respiratory PPE for their job, who pays for it?
The Navy. Any equipment non-service procured is unauthorized.
Who should be issued respiratory protection PPE?
Anyone that will be within an area that requires respiratory PPE, regardless of the amount of time exposed.
What is the goal of the Navy Hearing Conservation Program?
To prevent occupational hearing loss and to ensure auditory fitness in all hands, military and civillian alike.
In regards to the Hearing Conservation Program, what is the purpose of surveying work enviroments?
To identify potentially hazardous noise levels and personnel at risk.
What can be done to decrease noise level produced by equipment?
If technologically and economically feasible, modification of the equipment is possible.
How can the effectiveness of the Hearing Conservation Program be monitored?
By performing periodic hearing tests.
What is the main vital component of the Hearing Conservation Program?
Education of the individuals being exposed to hazardous noise, their supervisors, and personnel providing hearing conservation services.
Who pays for the occular PPE required by personal subject to hazardous eye hazards?
The goverment.
What are 5 examples of operation that shall require occular PPE?
1) Cutting and Welding
2) Drilling
3) Grinding
4) Milling
5) Sandblasting
Who is required to use occular PPE?
Anyone entering a posted eye hazard area.
Who determines if, and where, PPE should be used?
The activity.