A3. You should pick up and stow gear that has been
left adrift. This reduces tripping and fire
hazards and keeps dewatering equipment
A4. False. You should not sweep dirt and debris over
A6. The two types of deck covers are
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS
A1. When working with solvents, the term
ventilation means fresh air moving in and
through the space with proper exhaust.
A2. When handling acid or caustic cleaners, you
should wear the following protective equipment:
a. Acid-resistant apron
b. Face shield with goggles
A3. Treat material and rags used to clean up a solvent
spill as HAZMAT material.
A4. The two types of respirators used by Sailors
when handling solvents
A5. Most fires in paint and solvent storage areas are
caused by vapor buildup.
A6. Personnel who work in a compartment having
bad air might have one or all of the following
c. Labored breathing
d. Excessive fatigue
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS
A1. The most common hand tools used to remove
paint and rust from small areas are
b. Wire brush
c. Hand scraper
A2. To prepare chipped edges of paint for painting,
you should feather the edge of chipped paint
A3. The two main reasons for a bad paint job are
a. Improper surface preparation
b. Improper paint application
A4. The four main essential ingredients in paint
A5. At a minimum, two coats of primer should be
applied to bare metal.
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS
A1. The first sign of aluminum corrosion is a white,
A2. True, old paint in good condition makes an
excellent base for repainting.
A3. When painting small areas and cutting into
corners, you should use the sash tool brush.