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what is sexual harassment
- unwelcome sexual advances
- request for sexual behaviors
- verbal/physical conduct of a sexual nature
whats are some green light behaviors?
- Performance counseling, correcting appearance, showing concern, a sincere compliment, non-intimate touching, social interaction, encouragement, and friendly conversation
what are examples of yellow light
- Violating space, questions about a Marine's personal life, off color jokes, leering, unwanted requests for dates from peers or subordinates, wearing sexually suggestive clothing in the workplace or during work-related activities, whistling, lewd comments, suggestive posters or calendars, staring, foul language, unwanted letters or poems, sexual gestures
what are examples of red light
- Sexual assault -- ranging from forcibly grabbing an arm to rape, sexually explicit pictures, sexist/racist remarks, obscene letters or comments, sexual favors in return for rewards, threats if sexual favors are not provided, using position to request dates
definition of fraternization
- "...a social or business relationship between Marines of different grades...."
what is article 134 of the ucmj
- Fraternization has been a listed offense under the UCMJ since 1984
- Maximum punishment is dismissal, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for two years
what is article 133 of the ucmj?
- Whenever a commissioned officer, cadet, or midshipman engages in behavior which dishonors or disgraces the officer, such as dishonesty, unfair dealing, indecency, lawlessness, injustice, or cruelty, that officer may be prosecuted under Article 133
- Maximum punishment is dismissal, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for a period usually not longer than one yea
what is article 92 of the ucmj?
- Whenever a local command has established regulations or orders as to the conduct of relationships or fraternization, a Marine may be subject to prosecution for fraternization as a violation of an order
what is hazing?
- Hazing is defined as any conduct whereby one military member, regardless of Service or rank, causes another military member, regardless of Service or rank, to suffer or be exposed to an activity which is cruel, abusive, humiliating, or oppressive
what must a successful substance abuse course consist of?
what are the two phases of the marine corps alcohol abuse program?
what are the two type of risks?
- Tactical risk is risk concerned with hazards that exist because of the presence of either the enemy or an adversary. It applies to all levels of war and across the spectrum of operations
- Accident risk includes all operational risk considerations other than tactical risk. It includes risks to the friendly force. It also includes risks posed to civilians by an operation, as well as an operation’s impact on the environment. It can include activities associated with hazards concerning friendly personnel, civilians, equipment readiness, and environmental conditions
what are the principles of orm?
- Accept no unnecessary risk.Accept risks only when benefits outweigh cost
- make risk decisions at the right level
- anticipate and manage risk by planning
what are the 5 steps of risk management?
- identify hazards
- asses hazards to determine risk
- develop controls and make risk decisions
- implement controls
- supervise and evaluate
what are the degrees of probability in orm?
- A- likely
- B- Probably
- C- May
- D- Not likely
what are the degrees of severity in orm?
- I- death or grave damage to national interest
- II- sever injury
- III- minor injury
- IV- minimal threat
what are the risk assessment codes
- 1- critical
- 2- serious
- 3- moderate
- 4- minor
- 5- negligible
what are the different speeds for making an orm?
- time critical
- in depth
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