When handling chlorinated-cleaning solvents,
wear the following PPE: neoprene gloves; safety
goggles that will protect against splashes or a
face shield; a chemical cartridge respirator for
protection against small amounts of organic
vapors or for protection for a short duration;
or an air line respirator (or some other type of
supplied-air respirator) if use is extensive or in
a confined space; and coveralls.
When working in enclosed spaces in which you
use chlorinated-cleaning solvents, an air change
every 3 minutes is recommended. Consult the
ventilation is adequate.
When it becomes necessary to dispose of any
hazardous material, it is important to consult with
the command hazardous material control
Absorbents used in cleaning, applying, or packing
hazardous materials will be treated and disposed
of using the same precautions followed for the
material they absorbed.
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS
Two specific responsibilities of the DCPOs and
duty DCPOs are making damage control
closure log entries and maintaining damage
control fittings and equipment.
The location, type, number, and classification
of the fitting along with the date and time of
each modification must be entered into the
NSTM, chapters 079 and 505 cover stenciling
and color codes of compartments, piping, cables,
and damage control equipment.