Commandant Instruction M8000.2D

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  1. What is mercury's boiling point?
    629.88 K (356.73 °C, 674.11 °F)
  2. What distance outside the skin ot the ship can hotwork be performed with out a hotwork chit?
    500ft
  3. T/FHotwork can be performed in magazine spaces?
    F
  4. How far off of an adjacent bulkhead to a magazine can hotwork be performed?
    At least 5ft
  5. What percent of lead is absorbed through the skin of an adult?Child?
    • 50-60%- adult
    • 85-95%- child
  6. At high levels of lead poisoning, some children required medical treatment called _____.
    chelation
  7. T/F In children, lead is known to affect the brain’s development.
    T
  8. Coast Guard personnel who are exposed to ___ or more range days in a consecutive ________ months are required, by OSHA, to be tested for lead poisoning and monitored.
    30, 12
  9. If air testing yields greater than ___, members on the range must have blood lead levels tested.
    25 micrograms per cubic meter of lead in the air
  10. If air testing yields greater than ___, members on the range must have blood lead levels tested.
    25 micrograms per cubic meter of lead in the air
  11. At what blood lead levels is it required for member shall be removed from any firing range operations.
    greater than or equal to 25 micrograms per 100 grams ofwhole blood averaged over a 3-month period, orgreater than or equal to 30 micrograms per 100 grams of whole blood at any time
  12. How often shall thermometers be calibrated?
    every 3 years
  13. Magazine should maintain below ___deg. F.If they are above that what should be done?
    100artificially cooled as practical and an entry shall be made in red in the magazine logseparate log maintained listing temps and cooling methods used
  14. What temp heve the majority of ordnance items in the Naval inventory today have been designed to withstand?
    130 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
  15. How many accumulated hours at temperatures between 110° F and 120° F, for small arms ammunition and pyrotechnics before the ammunition shall be turned in and replaced?
    500 hours
  16. How many accumulated hours at temperatures between 120° F and 130° F, for small arms ammunition and pyrotechnics before the ammunition shall be turned in and replaced?
    100
  17. If ammo reaches an excess of 130 deg F what shall be done to it?
    reclassified to condition code "K" turned in to the nearest ammunition activity for disposition. If no storage activity:retained on board and, segregated from other ammunition.
  18. Units with major discrepancies shall be re-inspected how soon after inspection?
    within 90 days to verify conformance with policy.
  19. How often shall are area cutters perform an Ordnance Technical Inspection (OTI)?
    18 months
  20. Where is the Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) overhauled?
    Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Port Hueneme
  21. Where is the Mk 75 Gun Weapon System overhauled?
    Coast Guard Yard.
  22. What is the currently the only part of the Mk 92 FCS being overhauled on a periodic basis? Where?
    Mk 53 Combined Antenna System (CAS) Coast Guard Yard Limited Repair Facility (LRF).

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Commandant Instruction M8000.2D
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