IDW 101

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  1. ORM
    Operational Risk Management - decision making tool
  2. 5 steps of ORM
    • 1. Identify
    • 2. Assess
    • 3. Make Decision
    • 4. Implement
    • 5. Supervise
  3. Instruction that governs safety and mishap reporting.
    OPNAVIST 5102.1 D
  4. 4 categories of hazard severity.
    • 1. Loss of mission
    • 2. Significantly degraded mission
    • 3. Degraded Mission
    • 4. Little or no impact on mission
  5. 4 subcategories of mishap probability.
    • A. Likely to occur
    • B. Probably will occur
    • C. May occur
    • D. Unlikely to occur
  6. 5 RAC's.
    • 1. Critical
    • 2. Serious
    • 3. Moderate
    • 4. Minor
    • 5. Negligible
  7. Timeliness and means for filing a mishap investication report.
    • Reports submitted to Chain of Command and COMNAVSAFECEN w/in 30 days via Naval Message traffic.
    • Hospitalization - 6hrs or next business day
  8. Purpose of a HAZREP message.
    Report hazardout conditions - 30 days
  9. 3 Objectives of First Aid
    • 1. Save Life
    • 2. Prevent Further Injury
    • 3. Limit Infection
  10. 3 Methods to control bleeding
    • 1. Direct Pressure
    • 2. Pressure Points
    • 3. Constricting bands
  11. Pressure Points
    • 11
    • jaw, temple, neck, shoulder
    • bicept, inner elbow, wrist
    • pelvic bone, thigh, knee, ankle
  12. Difference between an open and closed fracture.
    • Open - skin is broken
    • Closed - skin is not broken
  13. Electrical Shock: Personal Resuce and Treatment
    • Personal Rescue - Turn off current, use dry non-conductive material to remove wire or person from the other
    • Treatment - Administer artificial ventilation immediately, check pulse, CPR if needed
  14. Hypothermia
    When the body reaches subnormal temps
  15. Frostbite
    • Usually affects hands, face or feet
    • Turns stiff, pale and numb
  16. Heat Stress
    Combination of temp, thermal radiation, humidity, airflow, and workload
  17. Heat Exhaustion
    Moist and clammy skin, dilated pupils, normal or subnormal temps
  18. Heat Stroke
    Dry hot skin, constricted pupils, very high body temp
  19. HERO, HERP, HERF
    • Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance
    • Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel
    • Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Fuels
  20. HAZMAT
    A material that would be a danger to life or environment if released
  21. How to store Hazmat
    Done in accordance of the MSDS (Materials Safety Data Sheet)
  22. Potential Risks of improperly stored Hazmat
    • Wrong first aid may be given
    • Create a hazard to ship/crew/environment
  23. What information does the MSDS provide?
    (know at least 3)
    • Identity
    • Hazardous ingredients
    • Physical and Chemical characteristics
    • Physical Hazards
    • Reactivity
    • Health Hazards
    • Precautions
    • Control measures
    • Routes of entry into the body
    • Emergency first aid procedures
    • Date of MSDS preparation or change
    • Responsible party contact info
  24. Goal of the Navy's Hearing Conservation Program
    To prevent occupational hearing loss

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