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Flashcards in 101 Genral Safety Fundamentals Deck (27):
1

Discuss the concept of ORM

Recognize and mitigate risks.

2

What does ORM consist of?

IAMIS- Identify hazards, assess hazards, make dicisions, implement controls, supervise

3

Define the purpose of the Naval Aviation Safety Program

Preserve human and material resources

4

Explain the responsibilities of the CO when it comes to Safety

Requires that everyone drill and train

5

Explain the responsibilities of the AVIATION SAFETY OFFICER when it comes to Safety

Principle advisor to the CO in AVIATION safety matters. Runs the Command Avation Safety Program

6

Explain the responsibilities of the GROUND SAFETY OFFICER when it comes to Safety

Principle advisor to the CO in GROUND safety matters. Runs the Command Ground Safety Program

7

Explain the responsibilities of the DEPARTMENT HEAD when it comes to Safety

Coordinates with and supercises the unit's SAFETY OFFICER, and makes sure drills are taking place to meet the Navy minimums.

8

Explain the responsibilities of the DIVISION OFFICER when it comes to Safety

Ensures personnel comply with safety instructions

9

Explain the responsibilities of ALL HANDS when it comes to Safety

Make sure you're familiar with and adhere to command safety instructions and regulations

10

Explain the functions of the Safety Council/Enlisted Safety Committee

Formed of representatives from each unit, meet monthly to discuss safety procedures and come up with recommendations

11

Discuss how HUMAN ERROR contributes to aviation mishaps

Part of nearly every mishap, 50%-75% due to physical stress, mental factors, etc.

12

Discuss how MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT FACTORS contribute to aviation mishaps

Improper maintenance or improper priority assignments

13

Discuss how ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY FACTORS contribute to aviation mishaps

Usually due to improper following of regulations

14

Discuss how MATERIAL FAILURES OR MALFUNCTIONS contribute to aviation mishaps

Mostly really human error. Not many parts are actually defective. Usually due to improper repairs

15

Discuss how ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS contribute to aviation mishaps

Very few mishaps are caused by these. Weather is typically accounted for

16

Define a Class A mishap

Property damage of $2 million or more; fatality or permanent total disability

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Define a Class B mishap

$500K - $2M in damage, permanent partial disability, 3 or more personnel inpatient hospitalized

18

Define a Class C mishap

$50K - $500K in damage, non-fatal injury that puts someone med-down

19

Discuss a Class A fire and what types of extinguisher are used on it

Wood/Paper

20

Discuss a Class B fire and what types of extinguisher are used on it

Fuel/Liquid

21

Discuss a Class C fire and what types of extinguisher are used on it

Electrical

22

Discuss a Class D fire and what types of extinguisher are used on it

Metal

23

Discuss the Hearing Conservation Program and when personnel are required to be enrolled

Personnel working in hazardous noise areas

24

Explain the different types of hearing protection and when they are required

Either muffs OR plugs above 84 dB

25

Explain the hazards associated with RF energy

Can cause electrical currents/voltage large enough to be dangerous. Can also set off electro-explosive devices

26

State the purpose of the LASER Safety Hazard Control Program

Design safety factors established when using LASERs

27

Explain the purpose of a Safety Standdown

To devote time to safety training and awareness