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What info is on a HAZMAT label.

1. The name of the material 2. The name and address of the manufacturer The nature of the hazard

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Which a label is used by the Navy for HAZMAT?

DOD Hazardous Chemical Warning Label DD Form 2522

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RED Diamond

Explosive

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Black & White Diamond

a. poisonous gas b. poison c. corrosive

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Yellow Diamond

a. Oxidizing agents b. organic peroxide c. radioactive

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Green Diamond

a. Non-flammable gases

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Red, Blue, And White diamond

a. Flammable solid

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What does MSDS stands for?

Material Safety Data Sheet

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What information is on a MSDS sheet?

1. General information, including an emergency phone number 2. Ingredients and identity information 3. Physical/chemical characteristics 4. Fire and explosion hazard data 5. Health and hazard data, including first aid 6. Precautions for safe handling and use 7. Control measures, including protective equipment 8. Transportation data 9. Disposal data 10. Label data

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What are Solvents?

a. Varnishes b. Lacquers c. Cleaning fluids d. some paints

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What are the two must common Solvents?

trichloroethane methyl alcohol

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What does PCB's stand for?

POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS

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What are some PCB's?

a. Toxic chemicals belonging to the chlorinated hydrocarbon b. group of substances c. oily liquids d. crystalline solids e. hard transparent resins f. high heat capacity g. chemical stability h. noncorrosivity to i. metals j. low flammability k. low vapor pressure l. lowelectrical conductivity m. insulators and coolants

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Carbon-zinc battery

very common battery in the Navy zinc outer container, carbon center electrode, chemical paste for the electrolyte DO NOT store carbon-zinc batteries in electronic equipment for extended periods throw in fire throw over board

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Manganese-dioxide alkaline-zinc

known as alkaline battery

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Mercuric-oxide

mercury cells

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Lithium

high energy

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Lead-acid

Most commonly used wet cell

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Nickel-cadmium

NICADs, nickel-cadmium cordless devices

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Hazards reporting Category l

Catastrophic: The hazard may cause death, or loss of a facility

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Hazards reporting Category II

Critical: May cause severe injury, severe occupational illness, or major property damage.

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Hazards Reporting Category III

Marginal: May cause minor injury, minor occupational illness, or minor property damage.

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Hazards Reporting Category IV

Negligible: Probably would not affect personnel safety or health, but is nevertheless in violation of a NAVOSH standard.

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Mishap Probability SUBCAT A

Likely to occur immediately or within a short period of time

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Mishap Probability SUBCAT B

Probably will occur in time

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Mishap Probability SUBCAT C

May occur in time.

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Mishap Probability SUBCAT D

Unlikely to occur

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Hazards that may cause severe injury, severe occupational illness, or major property damage are assigned what category?

II

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Which of the following statements pertains to a mishap probability assigned subcategory B?

It will probably occur in time

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Which of the following statements pertains to a mishap probability assigned subcategory A.

It is likely to occur immediately

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Which of the following statements pertains to a mishap probability assigned subcategory C.

It May occur in time

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The quantity of hazardous material stored in the work space should be limited to what amount?

Enough for one work shift

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Used in most cordless, recharge-able equipment; should not be stored in an area where lead-acid batteries are stored.

Nickel cadmium cell - NICAD

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Commonly called mercury cells; small and powerful; should not be exposed to heat over 400 degrees F.

Mercury-oxide

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Most widely used wet-cell battery; battery gases are extremely explosive; contains sulfuric acid.

Lead acid

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Has high energy; is long lasting; could release toxic gases or explode.

Lithium cell

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Commonly called an alkaline battery; used in portable radios; safety precautions same as for carbon-zinc batteries.

Manganese dioxide alkaline zinc

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Most common battery in the Navy; could explode if put into a fire.

Carbon zinc

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What group is responsible for the proper stowage of hazardous material in an area under their cognizance on board ships?

The supply department 2. Individual work center personnel

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Which of the following items must manufacturers of hazardous materials provide for users?

1. Information sheets on all hazardous materials they produce 2. A material safety data sheet (MSDS) to the user for each hazardous material

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If you dispense a hazardous material into an unlabeled container, what must you do?

Indicate on the new container the same label information shown on the original container

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What is the background color of the DOT hazardous material shipping symbols for non-flammable gas? -

Green

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Which of the following information is contained on an MSDS?

1. Ingredients and identity information 2. Transportation data 3. An emergency phone number

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Which of the following is a label used by the Navy on hazardous material?

Department of Defense Hazardous Chemical Warning Label

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In which section of the Tag-Out Log will you find DANGER/CAUTION tag-out record sheets that have been cleared and are no longer in effect?

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The instrument log is found in which section of the Tag-Out Log?

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The tag out bill is found in which section of the Tag-Out Log?

1

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The tag out audit is found in which section of the Tag-Out Log?

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DANGER/CAUTION tag-out record sheets that are still in effect are kept in which section of the Tag-Out Log?

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True/false An RF burn is the result of RF voltages passing through the body.

False (current)

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Which of the following is the best basic description of a laser beam?

A concentrated beam of optical radiation

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Information on equipment grounding can be found in which of the following publications?

MIL-STD-1310

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How much time, in seconds, is required for 44 milliamperes to cause your heart to begin fibrillation?

7

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How much time, in seconds, is required for 21 milliamperes to cause your heart to begin fibrillation?

30

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How much time, in seconds, is required for 67 milliamperes to cause your heart to begin fibrillation?

3

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What is the “can't let go” current in milliamperes for a person weighing 175 pounds?

16

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What is the “can't let go” current in milliamperes for a person weighing 120 pounds?

10

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What is the “cant breath" current in milliamperes?

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What is the "heart fibrillation current in milliamperes?

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Voltages over 240 volts will burn through the skin and leave deep third-degree burns where the charge enters the body.

True

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What is the resistance, in ohms, between major extremities of an average human body?

1500

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Of the following, which is the most dangerous path current can take through the body?

Left hand either foot

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Whose permission is required for work aloft

Ood

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The number “70” in tag number 70-16 represents which of the following information?

Log serial number

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When tag requirements have been identified and the affected system will be rendered out-of-commission as a result of the tag-out, the authorizing officer must obtain permission from which of the following individuals prior to effecting the tag-out?

Commanding officer Cognizant department head

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What is Ohms law for current?

I = E/R E=voltage R = resistance

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What color diamond is Materials that are Explosive by nature

Red

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Types of materials that are either oxidizing agents, organic peroxide, or radioactive are indicated by a ________ diamond

Yellow

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Flammable solid materials are indicated by a _________ diamond

Red white blue

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Materials that are either poisonous gas, poison, or corrosive are indicated by a _________ diamond

Black and white

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Category l—Catastrophic

The hazard may cause death, or loss of a facility.

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Category II—Critical:

May cause severe injury, severe occupational illness, or major property damage.

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Category III—Marginal:

May cause minor injury, minor occupational illness, or minor property damage

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Category IV—Negligible:

Probably would not affect personnel safety or health, but is nevertheless in violation of a NAVOSH standard.

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What is the NAVSHIPS # for a caution tag.

9890/5

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What is the NAVSHIPS # for a danger tag.

9890/8

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What is the NAVSHIPS # for a out-of-commission label.

9890/7

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What is the OPNAV # for the danger/caution tag-out index and record of audits.

3120/4