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The MDR shall monitor allmedical surveillance results for any trends apparently due to hazard exposure.

The MDR shall ensure that the results of all hazard exposure medical examinations and personal exposure records are entered into each individual's medical record.

2

When there is no Navy standard for medical surveillance for a specific agent, personnel shall be placed
under medical surveillance when the action level (1/2 of the permissible exposure limit) of the agent is exceeded and the exposure exceeds 30 days per year or 10 days per quarter.

The ship's MDR shall make all arrangements for required medical examinations.

3

The purpose of CH A3 addresses hazard identification and detecting adverse health effects.

The principle way to identify hazards is through work place inspections.

4

What are the keys steps in the Navy operational ORM process?

Hazard identification , risk assessment, and hazard management and control.

5

Name causes of hazards?

Not posting warnings, not following (PMS) procedures.

6

The safety officer shall ensure all work places are inspected how often for safety?

Annually

7

Who may be assigned to conduct safety inspections of a work place?

Experienced officers, CPOs, Division Safety P.O.

8

What form is provided to the safety officer upon completion of the inspections?

Zone Inspection Deficiency List (ZIDL)

9

ZIDL forms results are kept for at least how long?

2yrs

10

What entity at a ship or shore command can act as roving safety inspectors during normal tours of the command and enforce "on the spot" corrections to hazards if possible?

Master-at-Arms Force Inspection

11

MMA's can report deficiencies on a safety hazard report (OPNAV 312015)

The Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV) conducts safety and occupational health and environmental protection inspections.

12

INSURV inspections are usually done during final contract trails and regularly 4-5 year inspections.

Self assessment of afloat units will be conducted annually and kept for 2yrs.

13

What are four goals of Industrial Hygiene Surveys?

-Document historical records of exposure levels
-Differentiate between acceptable/unacceptable exposure and to assess potential health risk.
-Demonstrate compliance of safety / health exposure criteria.

14

BUMED shall provide and update exposure assessment to all afloat activities.

Reproductive hazards and carcinogens will be specifically identified on list of hazardous materials.

15

Industrial Hygiene (IH) survey for new construction ships are initiated as soon as possible after commissioning.

The hip board safety survey includes training and a survey of a rep sample of the entire ship.

16

Potentially serious or moderate safety conditions shall be evaluated with in 3 days.

Final responses to deficiencies should be received within 10 days of report receipt.

17

State occupational safety/health officials SHALL NOT be granted access aboard naval ships.

If requested inspections involves handling or storage of ammunitions/explosives DENY request for access and report to CNO.

18

Photographs of OSHA officials shall not be given copies of any federal record or report.

Photographs by OSHA officials shall not be taken.

19

Photos requested by OSHA will be taken by the Navy, tentatively classed CONFIDENTIAL, the process normally takes 15 working days.

Report to CNO any OSHA inspection aboard ship and copy to COMNAVSEASYSCOM.

20

Periodical occupational med exams are scheduled on birth month.

DONE

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