Services General - Unit Review

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Services General - Unit Review
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  1. Who reviews a Hazard Report to determine whether it is a valid hazard and whether any immediate interim control measures are necessary?

    a. Supervisors
    b. Functional managers
    c. Individual writing the report
    d. Base safety zone
  2. Within how many days should a Hazard Report be investigated?

    a. 3
    b. 5
    c. 7
    d. 14
  3. How many days does the person responsible for making sure corrective actions are completed have to return a Hazard Report to base safety?

    a. 3
    b. 5
    c. 7
    d.10
  4. How long are Hazard Reports monitored?

    a. 1 month
    b. 3 months
    c. 1 year
    d. Until the hazard is eliminated
  5. Who determines what the control measures will be?

    a. The reporting individual
    b. Supervisors
    c. Commanders
    d. Base safety
  6. What measures do you take to reduce the degree of risk associated with an occupational hazard or deficiency pending completion of an abatement action?

    a. Final fix
    b. Hazard abatement
    c. Risk control
    d. Interim control
  7. Who do you immediately inform in imminent danger situations?

    a. Supervisors
    b. Functional managers
    c. Commanders
    d. Base safety
  8. What document serves as an additional training tool that outlines information on Services-specific tasks?

    a. Air Force Training Record
    b. Specialty Training Standard
    c. Services Training and Education Plan
    d. Career Field Education and Training Plan
  9. Who uses the Career Field Education and Training Plan to plan, prioritize, manage and execute training?

    a. Supervisors
    b. Facility managers
    c. Activity managers
    d. Unit training managers
  10. What part of the Career Field Education and Training Plan is not required to be in each individuals training record?

    a. Part I
    b. Part II
    c. Part III
    d. Part IV
  11. Which part of the Career Field and Education Training Plan is required to be in each individuals training record?

    a. Part I
    b. Part II
    c. Part III
    d. Part IV
  12. What does the new supervisor do each time an Airman changes duty positions?

    a. Orders new Career Development Courses and enters the Airman into training.
    b. Creates a new AF Form 623, OJT Record for the new section
    c. Records the position change on the AF Form 797, Job Quality Standard
    d. Performs an initial evaluation that includes a review of all perviously certified tasks
  13. Who is responsible for writing the Workcenter Training Plan?

    a. Workcenter NCOIC
    b. Activity manager
    c. Unit training manager
    d. MAJCOM training manager
  14. Who identifies training needs upon completion of your initial evaluations?

    a. Trainee
    b. Trainer
    c. Supervisor
    d. Task Certifier
  15. Who is required to maintain task qualifications when conducting training?

    A. Task certifier.
    B. Trainer
    C. Supervisor
    D. Trainee
    B. Trainer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. Who is the focal point of the Air Force Training Program?

    A. Task certifier
    B. Trainer
    C. Supervisor
    D. Trainee
    D. Trainee
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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