Services Gen- Unit1

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Services Gen- Unit1
2012-03-02 04:54:15
Tsgt study

Safety & Training and Professional Development
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  1. The primary responsibility for identifying workplace hazards, to include equipment and environmental situations that place workers, equipment or facilities at risk, rest with whom?
    The individual
  2. Who may use the hazard reporting system to report a hazard?
    Any person, military or civilian, assigned, attached to, or under contract to the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine and US Coast guard my also submit them.
  3. Who evaluates a hazard to determine if it is valid?
    Base safety
  4. What happens with a hazard report after it is validated?
    Base safety will assign a risk assessment code (RAC) and a control number.
  5. What is base safety's responsibility to the originator of a hazard report?
    Keep the originator informed
  6. After all abatement actions are completed, how many days does base safety have to notify the originator?
    10 workdays
  7. What should originators of a hazard report do if they are dissatisfied with the local action taken on their report?
    Appeal to a higher-level safety or health official
  8. What is the official definition of imminient danger?
    Conditions or practices in a workplace that could reasonably be expected to cause death or severe physical harm immediately or before such danger could be eliminated through normal abatement procedures.
  9. What is the purpose of the Services Training and Education Plan?
    An additional training tool, outlining information on Services-specific tasks
  10. What are the two parts of STEP?
    STEP folders are broken down into military and civilian duty sections.
  11. Define the CFETP
    The Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP or electronic equivalent) is a comprehensive core training document identifying life cycle education and training requirements, training support resources, core and home station training, and doployment/ Unit Type Code (UTC) task requirements for a specialty.
  12. What is the CFETP used for?
    To plan, prioritize, manage, and execute training within the career field and to identify and certify all past and current qualifications.
  13. Part I of the CFETP contains what sections?
    • (1) Section A - explains how everyone will use the plan
    • (2) Section B - identifies career field progression information, duties and responsibilities, training strategies, and career field paths
    • (3) Section C - associates each level with specialty qualifications (knowledge, education, training, and other)
    • (4) Section D - indicates resource constraints (some examples are funds, manpower, equipment, or facilities)
    • (5) Section E - identifies transition training guide requirements for SSgt through MSgt and other SNCEs as required by the AFCFM.
  14. What does the STS identify?
    The duties, tasks and technical references to support training, AETC conducting training, core and home station training tasks, deployment/UTC tasks, and correspondence course requirements.
  15. What does a circled task in the STS indicate?
    The task is part of the current duty position. If not part of the current duty position, the circle may be removed.
  16. What should be done when an Airman changes duty positions?
    The supervisor performs an initial evaluation that includes a review of all previously certified tasks. Compare tasks against the master task list and determine the extent of training required for the new duty position. Identify all new tasks applicable to the new duty position and erase all circles that do not apply to the current duty position. If the Airman was previously qualified on the task, the supervisor determines if he/she is still qualified. If the Airman is found to be qualified, no further action is required. If the Airman is found to be unqualified on a previously certified task, the supervisor must ensure the task is trained and recertified.
  17. What is the AF IMT 623A, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet used for?
    Document training progression, training status, counseling, and breaks in training.
  18. Where do you find the framework of the WTP?
    In the line items of the STS.
  19. Who may assist the Activity Manager when writing the WTP?
    As supervisors, you will likely be tasked the assist the Activity Manager in developing the plan.
  20. What are some local factors that may affect the training of a member?
    • (1) Facility location: a location overseas may bring in foreign nationals, different customs, or local vendors or contractors. A location stateside may have a high Air Reserve Component (ARC), or civilians.
    • (2) Local policies: These may affect numerous aspects of operations such as accounting, lodging assignments, fitness standards, etc.
    • (3) Squadron or division: the leadership will differ between the two. (military vs. civilian)
    • (4) MAJCOM: differences in training and procedures based on mission and personnel.
  21. What is the purpose of the WTP?
    Ensure that training is adequately provided, standardized and documented.
  22. What is the key when planning the WTP?
    To be as detailed as possible.
  23. What are the minimum contents of the master training plan?
    • (1) The Master Task List (MTL) identifies all day-to-day mission (duty position) requirements, core tasks, in-garrison and contingency tasks, and additional duties performed by work center personnel.
    • (2) Current CFETP or AFJQS
    • (3) Locally developed AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard (JSQ) Continuation Sheet (if applicable)
    • (4) Milestone for tasks and CDC completion (identify the projected timeframe the trainee will complete all required tasks, home station training, deployment/UTC tasks and each set of CDCs as required)
  24. What are three things that supervisors must do as trainers?
    Plan, conduct and evaluate training
  25. Who or what is the focus of the training program?
    The trainee