Flashcards in BUMEDINST 5100.14 Deck (50)
NAVOSH programs are intended to
train employess in safe work practices and safe guard all personnel from injury or health hazards and property damage.
Hazards should be corrected in what manner?
a timely manner
Fire and safety inspections are to be conducted how often?
What are reasons to notify the OSH Office?
occupational injuries, illnesses, and property damage accidents
The duties of the OSH Office are to
plan, direct and administer the activity OSH program. Conduct investigations of mishaps, conduct training, coordinate hazardous material control and management.
How often are NAVOSH meeting held?
quarterly and bi-monthly basis
How many committees make up the OSH Office
2 TYPES OF COMMITTESS
OSH POLICY COMMITTEE and EMPLOYEE OSH COMMITTEE
How often does the OSH Policy Committee meet?
meets quarterly **OSH OFFICE STAFF RECORED MINUTES***
How often does the Employee OSH Committee meet?
meets bi-monthly**OSH OFFICE STAFF RECORED MINUTES***
Who establishes the policy and goals of the OSH Program?
Chief of Staff (COS) pg6 CH2
Which office manages the OSH Program at BUMED HQ?
The safety office
How are potentially hazardous airborne substances controlled?
What list identifies the hazardous materials that are used at BUMED?
Authorized use list (AUL)
What department ensures all hazardous materials are labeled properly?
The Supply Department
What office maintains an MSDS master file for all hazardous materials?
The OSH Office pg12
Before contractors can delivery materials on to BUMED property, what must be provided to the safety office upon request?
Inventory and MSDSs
Any OSH deficiencies in facilities equipment and machines that cannot be corrected within how many day must be logged by OSH Office?
30 calendar days of discovery
How often is the Log of Deficiencies updated and at what interval is it presented to the COS?
It is updated continuously, and presented at 6-month intervals for review. pg16
Any existing or potential condition which can result in a mishap.
An unplanned event or series of events resulting in death, injury, occupational illness, or the damage or loss of equipment or property.
HAZ Severity: Category I- Catastrophic
May cause death or loss of a facility.
HAZ Severity: Category II - Critical
May cause severe injury, severe occupational illness, or major property damage.
HAZ Severity: Category III - Marginal
May cause minor injury, occupational illness, or property damage.
HAZ Severity: Category IV - Negligible
Probably would not affect personnel safety or health.
An assessment of the likelihood, given exposure to a hazard, a mishap will result.
Mishap Probablity: Category A
To occur immediately or within a short period of time when exposed to the hazard.
Mishap Probablity: Category B
Probably will occur in time
Mishap Probablity: Category C
Possibly will occur in time.
Mishap Probablity: Category D
Unlikely to occur.