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EAWS Common Core 2


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What is the purpose of the Naval Aviation Safety Program?
To preserve human life and material resources.
What is the safety responsibilities of the C.O.?
To ensure that all hands are drilled in and are complying with safety precautions and to ensure those precautions are posted.
What is the safety responsibility of the Aviation Safety Officer (ASO)?
He is the principle advisor to the C.O. on all aviation safety matters.
What is the safety responsibility of the Ground Safety Officer (GSO)?
He is the principle advisor to the CO on all ground safety matters.
What is the safety responsibility of the Department Head?
He coordinates the departments' safety program with the Safety Officer and supervises the Department's Division Safety Officer.
What is the safety responsibility of the Division Officer?
Ensures that all personnel comply with all safety instructions.
Who prepares and submits additional safety instructions needed for command safety?
Division Officer.
What are the safety responsibilities of the Safety Petty Officer?
He will ensure that personnel are instructed in all safety matters and are familiar all safety instructions.
Who should be familiar/comply with all safety instructions?
All Hands.
By what program and instruction should hazards, and mishaps be reported by?
Command Safety Program and the OPNAVINST 3750.6
What factor contributes to the most aviation mishaps?
Human error; due to stress,lack of good judgment, physical strength and attitude.
Maintenance and support factors that cause aviation mishaps are described how?
Improper maintenance.
Lack of proper QA.
Improperly maintained equipment.
Administrative and supervisory factors that cause aviation mishaps are caused how?
Failure to require PQS completions.
Inadequate supervision.
Faulty designs/failures are an example of what type of aviation mishap factor?
Material failures or malfunction.
Enviromental factors that lead to aviation mishaps are know as what?
Acts of God.
A Class "A" mishaps is defined how?
1 Million dollars or more of damage.
Injury or occupational illness resulting in fatality or permanant total disability.
If 3 or more personnel are inpatient hospitalized it classifies as what kind of mishap?
Class "B"
If a mishap expends $10,000 or less; or results in a non-fatal injury (no lost time or first aid) it is what kind of mishap?
Class "D"
What class of mishap expends $10,000 or more but less that $200,00?
Class "C"
What is a definition of a Class "B" mishap?
Total loss is $1 million to $200,000.
Permanent partial disability
If there is a non-fatal injury that results in any loss of time beyond the day or shift it occured is what type of mishap?
Class "C"
What is the purpose of the Aviation Gas-Free Engineering Program (AVGFE)?
To ensure a safe environment is maintained when working on aeronatical equipment fuel systems.
Where are AVGFE requirements outlined?
In NA 01-1A-35.
What are the 2 prerequesites to be a AVGFE technician?
Be a QAR or CDQAR.
Be a graduate of a AVGFE course.
Gas free technical guidance will be provided by whom?
Supporting ship.
Insufficient demand for a a full time technician is defined how?
If there are less than GFE requirements in 6 months.
What are the hazards of RF energy?
Premature or unwanted activation of electro-explosive devices (EED) in ordinance.
Why is RF energy such a hazard?
Because it can generate electrical currents/voltages large enough to threaten life and limb.
What program was designed to establish a series of safety factors when using LASERS?
Laser Safety Hazard Control Program.
What is the purpose of a Safety Standdown?
To devote time to safety training and awareness.
Improvement of command safety climate
What is the idea behind Operational Risk Management?
To systematically breakdown all possible scenarios in an effort to identify and manage hazards that may be encountered.
Assessing hazards and establishing degrees of risk are what step of ORM?
Step 1.
What is step 2?
Make risk decisions.
How are risk decisions made?
By starting with the most serious risk and devising controls that can reduce the risk consistantly and still fullfill the mission.
When you utilize engineering/administrative controls and PPE what step are you taking?
Implementing controls (Step 4)
What is final step of ORM?
What are you looking for when you are supervising?
That the controls that were emplemented are working and being followed.
Monitoring for changes which may require further action.

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