Interior Communications Vol 1 IC

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  1. 1-1. Which of the following people is/are responsible for understanding and observing safety standards and regulations on board ship?

    1. The commanding officer
    2. The executive officer
    3. All individuals
    4. The chief engineer
    • 3. All individuals
  2. 1-2. Which of the following is a good safety practice?

    1. Observe all posted operating instructions and safety precautions
    2. Report any unsafe conditions or any equipment or material deficiency you think might be unsafe
    3. Wear or use approved protective clothing or protective equipment
    4. Each of the above
    • 4. Each of the above
  3. 1-3. Which of the following statements concerning safety precautions is correct?

    1. All applicable safety precautions should be committed to memory
    2. A person should not worry about safety precautions because mishaps can and will happen
    3. Safety precautions are designed primarily for persons who are unfamiliar with their equipment
    4. It is important to understand the meanings of and reasons for safety standards
    • 4. It is important to understand the meanings of and reasons for safety standards
  4. 1-4. Which of the following publications specifically contains general shipboard safety precautions?

    1. OPNAVINST 3120.32B
    2. OPNAVINST 5100.19E
    3. OPNAVINST 5100.23G
    4. NAVEDTRA 10808-2
    • 2. OPNAVINST 5100.19E
  5. 1-5. What color are (a) warning signs and (b) caution signs?

    1. (a) Blue (b) green
    2. (a) Green (b) blue
    3. (a) Yellow (b) red
    4. (a) Red (b) yellow
    • 4. (a) Red (b) yellow
  6. 1-6. When are danger shock hazard signs used?

    1. Where voltages are below 30 volts
    2. Where voltages are between 30 and 100 volts only
    3. Where voltages are between 30 and 500 volts
    4. Where voltages are above 500 volts only
    • 3. Where voltages are between 30 and 500 volts
  7. 1-7. Warning plates are installed in small craft to warn personnel of what potential hazard?

    1. Explosive vapors
    2. High voltages
    3. Wet decks
    4. Oily decks
    1. Explosive vapors
  8. 1-8. What color are (a) CAUTION tags and (b) DANGER tags?

    1. (a) Red (b) yellow
    2. (a) Yellow (b) red
    3. (a) Red (b) orange
    4. (a) Orange (b) yellow
    2. (a) Yellow (b) red
  9. 1-9. When are CAUTION tags used?

    1. When DANGER tags are not available
    2. When equipment is secured for repairs
    3. When temporary special instructions or unusual caution must be exercised to operate equipment
    4. When operation of equipment could present a small danger to personnel
    • 3. When temporary special instructions or unusual caution must be exercised to operate equipment
  10. 1-10. When are DANGER tags used?

    1. When operation of equipment could injure personnel or damage equipment
    2. When authorized by the commanding officer
    3. When two or more repair groups are working on the same system
    4. When repairing a major system
    • 1. When operation of equipment could injure personnel or damage equipment
  11. 1-11. Which of the following statements is true concerning an instrument that is labeled OUT-OF-CALIBRATION?

    1. It should be used with extreme caution
    2. It should not be used
    3. It should be repaired
    4. It should be replaced
    • 1. It should be used with extreme caution
  12. 1-12. After a tag has been installed on a piece of equipment and the reason for the tag-out has been remedied, which of the following individuals may authorize the removal of the tag?

    1. The division officer responsible for the equipment
    2. The damage control assistant
    3. The authorizing officer
    4. The officer of the deck
    • 3. The authorizing officer
  13. 1-13. Permission to work on an energized circuit must be approved by what person?

    1. The engineering officer of the watch
    2. The electrical officer
    3. The engineer officer
    4. The commanding officer
    • 4. The commanding officer
  14. 1-14. When you are working on energized equipment, which of the following safety precautions should you observe?

    1. Be sure the equipment is grounded
    2. Wear rubber boots
    3. Make sure that a person qualified to administer mouth-to-mouth ventilation and cardiac massage is in the immediate area
    4. Make sure that an insulated rope is tied around the worker’s wrist
    • 3. Make sure that a person qualified to administer mouth-to-mouth ventilation and cardiac massage is in the immediate area
  15. 1-15. What type of electrical distribution systems are found on Navy ships?

    1. Grounded
    2. Ungrounded
    3. Resistively grounded
    4. Capacitively ungrounded
    2. Ungrounded
  16. 1-16. Isolated receptacle circuits are designed to limit ground leakage currents to how many milliamperes?

    1. 1
    2. 10
    3. 100
    4. 1000
    • 2. 10
  17. 1-17. When checking continuity between the equipment and the ship’s hull on a piece of equipment that uses a ground strap, what reference should you use to determine the allowable resistance to ground?

    1. OPNAVINST 3120.3B
    2. Manufacturer’s technical manual
    3. PMS card
    4. Fathom
    3. PMS card

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