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what is orm?
operational rish management
what is the concept of orm?
decision making tool at all levels to anticipate hazards and reduce potential loss.
what is a hazard?
a condition that may cause personal injury or death/damage to property or mission degration
what is risk?
an expression of possible loss in terms of severity and probability
what is risk assessment?
detecting hazards and assessing associated risks
what are the five steps in orm
identify hazards

assess hazards

make risk decisions

implement controls


what are the four principles of orm?
accept risk when benefits outweight the cost

accept no unnecessary rist

anticipate and manage risk by planning

make risk decisions at the right level.

what are some examples of personal protection equipment?
head protection, hearing proteection, foot protection and eye protection
hearing protection devices shall be worn when entering noise levels of what?
84 dba (8hr twa) sound level
140 db peak sound pressure or greater
double protection shall be work in noise levels or what?
104dba (8hr twa) level
what is hazardous material
any material because of its quantity, concentration, or physical/chemical make up, may pose a hazard to health or the environment if spilled or released.
what is a msds?
material safety data sheet
what is contained in a msds?
information on composition, health and safety, precautions for safe handling and use of hm.
who is required to provide instruction on msds?
supervisors provide instruction, understanding and use of msds
who shall be trained in the use of msds?
all personnel using hm on the dangers and precautions contained in msds before using such material.
what characteristics enable marines and sailors to overcome fear?


esprit de corps



what does the acronym mett-t stands for?
troops available

article 1
i am an american fighting in the armed forces which guard my country and our way of life. i am prepared to give my life in their defense
article 2
i will never surrender of my own free will, if in command, i will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist
article 3
if i am captured, i will continue to resist by all means available, i will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape, i will accept neither parole onor special favors from the enemy
artivle 4
if i become a prisoner of war, i will keep faith with my fellow prisoners, i will give no information not take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades, if i am senior, i will take command, if not, i will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them in every way
artivle 5
when questioned should i become a prisoner of what, i am required to give name, rank, service number, and date of birth. i will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability, i will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause
artivle 6
i will never forget that i am an american, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions and dedicated to the principles which made my country free, i will trust in my god and in the united states of america
what are the rights or prisoners of war?
right to receive sanitary, protective housing and clothing

right to receive a sufficient amount of food to sustain good health

right to receive adequate medical care

right to receive necessary facilities for proper hygiene

right to practice religious faith

right to keep personal property except weapons, military equipment and documents

right to send and receive mail

right to receive packages contraining non contraband items such as food, clothing, educational, religious and recreational materials

right to select a fellow pow to represent you

right to recive humane treatment

right to have a copy of the geneva convention and its annexes,

describe the interior guard chain of command
commanding officer
field ood
commander of the guard
sergeant of the guard
corporal of the guard

when can you use deadly force?
defend yourself

defend property not involving national security

defend property not involving national security but inherently dangerous to others

prevent crimes against people

apprehend individuals

establish and maintain good lawful order

define terrorism
unlawful use or threatened use of violence to force/intimidate governments or societies to achieve political, religious or ideological objectives.
perspectives of terorrism
cheap, low risk, highly effective way for weak nations, individuals or groups to challenge stronger nations/groups to achieve objectives beyond their own abilities.
long range goals of terrorism
to topple governments, influence top level decisions and gain recognition for their cause.
short range goals of terrorism
gain recognition, reduce government credibility, obtaining funds and equipment, disrupting communications, demonstraiting power, delay pilitical process, reduce government economy, influence elections, freing prisoners, demoralization, descredit security forces, intimidating particular groups and cause governments to overreact.
what motivates terrorist
religion, prestige, power, political change and material gain.
terrorst operations
opperate in small secret groups with little interaction and tight central control

2 - 6 individuals

through fear, intimidation and force

threat condition system

standardize security measure so interservice coordination and support of anti terrorism activities are simplified.

what are the four basic threatcon conditions
a- general threat
b- increase and more predictable threat
c-imminent threat or an incident has occured
d-attack has occured, normally this is declared as a localized warning.

describe steps in reacting to a terrorist threat/attack
vary transportation methods

park in well lighted areas

lock unattended vehicles

report unusual activies to local security officials

avoid traveling alone

travel only on busy well traveled thoroughfares

take proper security precautions at home durying travel

attend periodic threat awareness briefings

avoid establishing a pattern of attendance

keep a low profile and avoid calling attention to yourself

seek knowledge of the local situation and be aware of your surroundings

be sinsitive to the possibility of surveillance

describe ways to protect yourself from terrorist attacks
maintain a low profile

be unpredictable

remain vigilant

protect your automobile

define access
ability and opportunity to obtain knowledge or possession of classified information
define classification
determiniation of information in the interest of national security a specific degree of protection agains unauthorized disclosure
define compromise
unauthorized disclosure of classified information to one or more persons without current security clearance
define information
official knowledge that can be communicated.
three levels of security classifications
confidential - expected to cause damage to national security

secret - serious damage to national security

top secret - grave damage to national security

describe methods that foreign agents use in collecting information
observe and photograph activities

eavesdrop on electronic com

read news releases

listen to careless talk

obtain classified documents

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