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What is the process of determining requirements and devising and developing methods and action for construction a project? (Page 4-4)

Planning

2

What is the process of determining the amount and type of work to be performed, quality and the quantities of material, equipment, and labor required? (Page 4-4)

Estimating

3

Who is a person who evaluates the requirements of a task? (Page 4-4)

Estimator

4

What is the process of determining when an action must be taken and when material, equipment, and manpower and required? (Page 4- 5)

Scheduling

5

The four basic types of schedules include progress, material, equipment, and what else? (Page 4-5)

Manpower

6

What are your main basis for defining the required activities for measuring the quantities of material? (Page 4-12)

Construction drawings

7

What are used as a basis for purchasing materials, determining equipment, and determining manpower requirements? (Page 4-13)

Quantity estimates

8

A typical NMCB project might have between fifteen and how many construction activities? (Page 4-15)

50

9

What is a clearly definable quantity of work? (Page 4-20)

Activity

10

What are used to procure construction material and to determine whether sufficient material is available to construct or complete a project? (Page 4-20)

Material estimates

11

What percent of the posted speed limit does equipment speed usually average? (Page 4-24)

40-56%

12

What part of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) contains specific information on the quantities and characteristics of construction equipment available to the NMCBs? (Page 4-27)

Table of Allowance (TOA)

13

According to NAVFAC P-437 a man day is equivalent to a how many hour day for contingency operations? (Page 4-27)

10

14

What is considered productive labor that does not contribute directly or indirectly to the product? (Page 4-27)

Overhead labor

15

What are the two types of labor estimates? (Page 4-27)

Preliminary and Detailed

16

A good preliminary estimate varies less than what percent from the detailed estimate? (Page 4-28)

15%

17

What represents any sequencing of priorities amont activities that form a project? (Page 4-34)

Network

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What are intermediate goals within a network? (Page 4-35)

Milestones

19

What is an activity within the network that has zero float time? (Page 4-35)

Critical activities

20

What is the accumulative time span in which the completion of all activities may occur and not delay the termination date of the project referred to as? (Page 4-41)

Total float

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What is the time span in which the completion of an activity may occur and not delay the finish of the project or the start of a successor activity referred to as? (Page 4-41)

Free float

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What level of construction management is used at the Operations Officer’s (S3) or detail Officer in Charge’s (OIC’s) level? (Page 4- 45)

Level 1

23

What level is level 2 construction management used at? (Page 4- 45)

Company

24

What level is level 3 construction management used? (Page 4-45)

Crewleader's

25

What term means the process of determining requirements and developing methods and schemes of action for performing a task? (Page 4-45)

Planning

26

What contain all the craft hand tools required by one four- member construction crew or fire team of a given rating to pursue their trade? (Page 4-48)

Tool kits

27

How often must tool inventories be completed? (Page 4-48)

Bi-weekly

28

What was developed to provide the organizational level with the tools to plan, schedule, and control planned maintenance effectively? (Page 4-51)

PMS

29

What are the techniques used to evaluate the status of a project and compare the actual progress to the scheduled project called? (Page 4-52)

Project monitoring

30

What are the most accurate way to record actual mandays on a construction project? (Page 4-52)

Time cards

31

What type of labor includes all actual mandays expended directly on an assigned construction task, either in the field or in the shop, which contributes directly to the completion of the project? (Page 4- 53)

Direct

32

What type of labor includes actual mandays expended to support construction operations but which does not produce an end product in itself? (Page 4-53)

Indirect

33

How often must all project documents be updated? (Page 4-55)

Daily

34

How often does the batallion send out a SITREP to higher headquarters to report on the progress of construction tasking? (Page 4-55)

Monthly

35

How many different planes do successful crewleaders manage their project on? (Page 4-61)

3

36

Who presides over the safety policy committee? (Page 4-64)

XO

37

Who presides over the safety supervisors’ committee? (Page 4- 64)

Battalion safety officer

38

Who is responsible for carrying out safe work working practices? (Page 4-66)

Crew leader

39

All temporary power sources must be inspected, certified safe, and tagged with the inspector’s name, company, and date prior to first use. Re-certifications are required every how many weeks thereafter? (Page 4-68)

2 weeks

40

What shall be used with all power tools, whether double insulated or not? (Page 4-68)

GFCI's

41

GFCIs will be checked on what basis with a representative from CTR? (Page 4-68)

Monthly

42

What will identify any hazards associated with exposure to a specific material? (Page 4-68)

MSDS

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What is a decision making tool used by people at all levels to increase operational effectiveness by anticipating hazards and reducing the potential for loss? (Page 4-73)

ORM

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What is the third step of the ORM process? (Page 4-73)

Make risk decisions

45

What is the fourth step of the ORM process? (Page 4-73)

Implement controls

46

What is the first step of the ORM process? (Page 4-73)

Identify Hazards

47

What is the second step of the ORM process? (Page 4-73)

Assess hazards

48

What is the last step of the ORM process? (Page 4-73)

Supervise

49

What provides a consistent framework for evaluation and shows the relative perceived risk between hazards and prioritizes which hazards to control first? (Page 4-74)

Matrix

50

Preventing discrepancies where the quality of workmanship and materials fail to match the requirements in the plans and specifications is the purpose of what program? (Page 4-76)

NCF QC Program

51

What is an ongoing and continual system of planning future activities? (Page 4-76)

Control

52

What is the process by which ongoing and completed work is examined? (Page 4-76)

Inspection

53

How many phases is quality control accomplished in? (Page 4- 76)

Three