Flashcards in OPNAVINST 5100.19 Navy Safety and Occupational Health Program for Forces Afloat Deck (26):
There are how amny methods of controlling hazards?
An effective shipboard program that can keep equipment and material from degrading to the point where it become an operational hazard?
Preventive maintenance program
What, and instructions, or similar directives that are issued to identify the manner in which work is to be performed can prevent hazards from occuring?
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
What is the process of identifying, assessing and controling risks?
To propose a substitution for material, tool, or procedure called for on a maintenance requirement card (MRC) submit a what?
PMS feedback report
What is the physical separation of a hazard from personnel to eliminate or minimize contact or exposure?
What is the control of potentially hazardous airborne substances through the movement of air?
What is the dilution of an airborne substance by mixing it with quantities of uncontaminated air?
What is the removal of an airborne substance at its source or point of generation?
Local Exhaust Ventilation
Ventilation requirements for airborne substance control must be determined through what type of survey?
What method of abatement employs special operating procedures to reduce the exposure of individuals to hazards?
What method of hazard control is the least preferred because any equipment breakdown, failure, or misuse immediately exposes the wearer to the hazard?
Personel Protective Equipment (PPE)
What is a process by which identified hazards that are not able to be immediatly corrected are recorded and tracked to completion?
Hazard abatement program
Who on the ship shall forward any on-board maintenance management system-next generation (OMMS NG) safety hazard entries to the safety officerfor review?
Who shall provide the results of workspace inspections, industrial hygiene surveys, and safety hazards reports (OPNAV 3120/5) to the division officer in charge of the operation/space evaluated?
What is defined as a shipboard condition that immediatly threatens the loss of life, bodily injury, or illness to personnel?
For each hazard documented the safety officer shall assign what?
Risk Assessment Code (RAC)
In some instances, where it would be helpful or prudent to notify others outside of the command of the hazard, the safety officer should complete a hazard report using what?
Web-enabled safety system (WESS)
What provides a measure of the degree of risk associated with a deficiency by combining both severity of the hazard and the mishap probability?
What is an assessment of the worst reasonably expected consequence defined by degree of injury illness or physical damage which is likely to occur as a result of the hazard?
When the hazard may cause death, loss of facility/asset or result in grave damage to national or service interests is defined as what category and description?
Category I / Catastrophic
When the hazard may cause severe injury, illness property damage damage to national, service or command interests or degradation to efficient use of assets it is defined as what category and description?
Category II / Critical
When the hazard may cause minor injury, illness property damage damage to national, service or command interests or degradation to efficient use of assets it is defined as what category and description?
Category III / Marginal
When the hazard may cause minimal injury, illness property damage damage to national, service or command interests or degradation to efficient use of assets it is defined as what category and description?
Category IV / Negligible
What is the likelihood that a hazard will result in a mishap based on an assessment of such factors as location, exposure in terms of cycles or hours of operation and affected population?