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1

Responsible for the safe receipt, handling, transfer and usage of fuel oils for CG cutters and boats

Engineering department

2

Any clothing that is soaked in fuel shall be ___

Washed as soon as possible from other clothing, or stored in a flammable storage container if unable to be washed immediately

3

Empty containers for volatile products shall be __

Sealed and disposed of properly per the unit's hazardous waste bill

4

When working around flammable and volatile products, ensure that ____ is supplied to the space

Adequate ventilation

5

Obtain ___ before carrying out any hot work on fuel and lube oil systems and tanks

Hot work permit

6

Never use gasoline for ___

Cleaning

7

When sounding tanks, ensure the sounding device remains in ___ with the sounding tube

Constant contact

8

Why does the sounding device need to remain in constant contact with the sounding tube?

To lessen the chance of sparks caused by static electricity

9

Use what kind of flashlights when working around and on fuel equipment and enclosed compartments

Explosion proof

10

Do not carry what kind of matches or lights in fuel handling rooms, enclosed compartments, or around volatile vapors or handling equipment?

Strike anywhere
Automatic

11

Only under extreme operational emergency and with the concurrence of the appropriate SFLC Product Line shall fuel be loaded onboard, for shipboard use, if its flash point is below ___

52*C
125*F

12

Fuel tanks are considered to be ___

IDLH

13

Who's permission is needed to enter a IDLH space?

CO

14

Before granting permission to enter a IDLH space, the CO shall ___

Ensure that safety precautions set forth in NSTM Chapter 074, Volume 3, are carried out and that personnel supervising the entry are familiar with these instructions and precautions

15

Required for sounding tubes that terminate in hazardous areas

Sounding tube floating-ball check valves

16

Prevents fuel from spilling from the sounding tube if the tank is overfilled while the sounding tube is open

Sounding tube floating-ball check valves

17

Always ensure sounding tube valves are ___ when not in use

Shut and capped

18

Required for flanged connections in any location that fuel spray has a potential to ignite, such as an exhaust manifold

Flange spray shields

19

Prevent fires caused by poor joint assembly, gasket failure, or improper torque of fasteners

Flange spray shields

20

Capture any fuel spray from the joint and cause it to drip or dribble to a safe location instead of spraying onto nearby hot surfaces

Flange spray shields

21

Provide various ways to shut off fuel flow in the service system, either locally or outside the space

Emergency cutout valves

22

Emergency fuel cutout valves are located ___

Fuel service tank suction lines, boiler front fuel lines, diesel engines, SSDGs, gas turbine fuel lines

23

Service pump remote shutdown pushbuttons are required for ___, and are located ___ for ___

Motor-driven fuel service pumps
Outside the space
Casualty control

24

Required for all service system strainer, filter/separator, and pre-filter covers

Integral cover fuel spray deflectors

25

All fuel sampling and vent connections within the ship shall

Discharge downward into a funnel that directs the fuel to the oily water drain collecting system

26

Provided in air escapes of fuel tanks to retard flashback if the system is accidentally exposed to an ignition source

Vent/flash screens

27

Gasoline is classified as ___

Category I FLAMMABLE material

28

Provides guidance on the stowage, handling, and disposal of gasoline and other hazardous general use combustibles

NSTM, Chapter 670

29

Gasoline shall be stowed ___

On the weather deck, aft, so that they can be readily jettisoned overboard

30

___ stowage of gasoline is prohibited on CG cutters and boats

Interior