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Hearing protective devices shall be worn by all personnel when noise level are equal or greater than?

85 dB of continuous sound or 140 dB peak sound
pg. 4-7

1

Double hearing protection shall be worn where noise levels exceed what?

104 dB
pg. 4-8

2

Human error mishaps account for approximately _____% of aviation mishap losses in the Coast Guard.

80 percent
pg. 2-14

3

What is considered a "near midair collision"?

Aircraft passes within 500 feet of another aircraft
pg. 2-18

4

What Class Mishap is a near midair collision?

Class D
pg. 2-19

5

How much time do you have to report a Class C mishap?

Within 14 days
pg. 2-21

6

How much time do you have to report a Class D and E mishap?

Within 21 days
pg. 2-21

7

Mishap in which The cost of reportable property damage is $2,000,000 or greater. What Class is it?

Class A
pg. 3-9

8

A mishap in which An injury or occupational illness results in a fatality or permanent total disability. What Class is it?

Class A
pg. 3-9

9

A mishap in which damage to cutters and aircraft, is $500,000 or more, but less than $2,000,000. What Class is it?

Class B
pg. 3-10

10

A mishap in which 5 or more personnel are inpatient hospitalized. What Class is it?

Class B
pg. 3-10

11

A mishap in which The resulting cost of reportable property damage, or damage to cutters and aircraft, is $50,000 or more, but less than $500,000. Which Class is it?

Class C
pg. 3-10

12

Who can authorize aircraft flight without a mishap recorder?

CO
pg. 2-17

13

Who should have cognizance and oversight over the Respiratory protection program, Hearing and sight conservation program and Confined space testing program?

Ground Safety Officer (GSO)
pg. 2-11

14

Who shall maintain the unit Salvage Plan and regularly inspect the salvage gear?

The Salvage Officer
pg. 2-11

15

Who administers and manages the Hazardous Materials Program?

Ground Safety Officer
pg. 2-10

16

An accidental firearm discharge, electrical shock, or fire occurs. Which Class is it?

Class D
pg. 3-10

17

What is considered Flammable and Combustible materials?

All liquids, solids and gases having a flash point below 93.3C (200F).
pg. 6-3

18

In an airstatio who will act as the chair of the unit's Health and Safety Board?

XO
pg. 2-6

19

An Aviation Safety Dept shall be established if the unit has ______ or more pilots?

20
pg. 2-6

20

Who will maintain files of unit and other mishaps reports?

Flight Safety Officer
pg. 2-7

21

How often is CRM refresher?

biennially
pg. 2-15

22

Hygiene evaluations and sampling results shall be maintained for how long?

No less than 40 years.
pg. 4-6

23

What should be done before an employee enters any confined space?

Internal atmosphere shall be tested for oxygen content, flammable gases and vapor and for potential toxic air contaminants.
pg. 6-8

24

What oxygen levels are permissible for entry in a confined space?

19.5% to 22% (Ideal is 20.8%)
pg. 6-9

25

Who should have cognizance and oversight over the Respiratory protection program, Hearing and sight conservation program?

Ground Safety Officer
pg. 2-11

26

Where are aviation mishap messages are maintained in?

AViation Incident and Accident Tracking System. (AVIATRS)
pg. 2-20

27

When reporting mishaps what is preferred, rather than delaying the message until all information is available?

Supplemental Messages
pg. 2-21

28

Who is responsible for the review of all significant (generally Class A and B) aircraft
mishaps, as well as selected aviation mishaps and other aviation safety issues?

Mishap Analysis Board