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Define ORM

A decision making tool used by personnel to increase operational effectiveness by identifying, assessing, and managing risks.

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5 step ORM process 1st step

Identify hazards

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2nd step ORM

Assessing hazards

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3rd step ORM

Making risk decision

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4th step ORM

Implementing controls

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5th step ORM

Supervising

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Three controls for 4th step (implementing controls) by order of precedence

Engineering, Administrative, PPE

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Instruction that governs safety and mishap reporting

OPNAVINST 5102.1D

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Hazard Severity

An assessment of the worst credible consequence that can occur as a result of a hazard.

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Hazard Severity 4 categories: CAT I

May cause death, loss of facility or result in grave damage to national interests

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CAT II

May cause severe injury, property damage, degradation to efficient use of assets.

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CAT III

May cause minor injury, property damage, degradation to efficient use of assets.

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CAT IV

Presents a minimal threat to personnel safety or health

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4 categories of mishap probability

A: Likely to occur; B: Probably will occur; C: May occur; D: Unlikely to occur

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RAC

1: Critical; 2: Serious; 3: Moderate; 4: Minor; 5: Negligible

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4 required mishap reportable items. 1)

Class A, B, and C government property damage mishaps

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mishap reportable items 2)

Class A, B, and C on-duty DOD civilian mishaps and military on/off-duty mishaps

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mishap reportable items 3)

Any other work-related illness or injury that requires medical treatment beyond first aid, loss of consciousness, and/or days away from work, LLD, etc

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mishap reportable items 4)

Other incidents of interest to UCN/USMC for mishap prevention purposes

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Purpose of a HAZREP message

Investigation when significant hazardous conditions and near mishaps occur, have the potential to affect other commands, but do not warrant submission of a safety investigation report.

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3 objectives of first aid

Save life, prevent further injury, prevent infection

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3 methods of controlling bleeding

Direct pressure, pressure points, tourniquet

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Name some pressure points

Below eyes, temple, shoulder, elbow, wrist, thigh/groin, ankle, knee, thigh, upper arm

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Symptoms of shock

Weak/rapid pulse, shallow, rapid and irregular breathing, low body temperature, sweating, dilated pupils

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Open fracture vs closed fracture

Open: bone protrudes; Closed: skin remains intact

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HERO

Hazards from electromagnetic radiation to ordnance

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HERP

Hazards from electromagnetic radiation to personnel

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HERF

Hazards from electromagnetic radiation to fuels