(1) True. The objective of any safety program
is to improve operational readiness by
reducing personnel deaths and injuries and by
decreasing material loss and damage.
(3) The division safety petty officer is
responsible for conducting assigned division
mishap prevention training and maintaining
(3) On the command level, the safety council
convenes monthly to develop
recommendations for policy on safety matters
and to analyze progress of the overall safety
(4) You can promote safety through the use of
posters, periodic safety patrols or inspections,
and through the use of warning and caution
(1) True. The number of tag-out logs required
depends on the ship size. For instance, larger
ships may require a separate log for each
department while a minesweeper may only
require one tag-out log for the whole ship.
(2) After the tags have been cleared and the
record sheet is properly filled out for the
removal of the tags, place the sheet in the
back of the tag-out log in the cleared section
for destruction at a later time.
(3) The Hazard Communication Standard was
passed to ensure the safety of every civilian
and military employee of the federal
(2) False. As a supervisor you are responsible
for the welfare and safety of your personnel.
When handling HAZMAT, protective clothing
and equipment must be used and maintained.
(4) Check the labels on all containers. In
dealing with the hazards involved in solvents,
you should always follow all safety
precautions that pertain to hazardous material.
(2) False. Most solvents are toxic, and with a
few exceptions, are flammable.
(1) True. Absorbents used in cleaning,
applying, or packing HAZMATS should be
treated using the same precautions followed
for the hazardous material they absorbed.
(1) True. MOPP procedures allow the CO to
adapt the requirements for protective clothing
and equipment to the degree of the threat and
working conditions at any given time.
(1) True. Risk is the assessed difference
between the threat level and the activation of
appropriate levels of shipboard
(4) There are four MOPP levels of
(2) False. MOPP stands for Mission Oriented
(1) A collective activity during MOPP level 1
is to set readiness condition III.
(2) Each decontamination station is divided
into two parts: (1) a contaminated or unclean
section and (2) a clean section.
(1) True. The closure log is maintained at all
times, whether the ship is in port or under
(1) True. DCPOs are charged with ensuring
that the material condition of spaces assigned
to them is maintained according to the
commands damage control, fire fighting, and