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What is ORM?
Operational Risk Management
What does ORM stand for?
- I: Identify risk hazards
- A: Asses hazards
- M: Make risk decisions
- I: Implement Control
- S: Supervise
Objectives of First Aid are...
To prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life.
Four methods of controlling bleeding are ...
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet (last resort).
Where are the pressure points on the body?
Temple, jaw, neck, collar bone, inner upper arm, inner elbow, wrist, upper thigh, groin, knee, ankle
3 classification of burns and how they look..
- First degree: Redness, warmth, and mild pain
- Second degree: Red, Blisters, severe pain
- Third degree: Destroys tissue, skin and bone maybe, severe pain may be absent due to nerve damage.
Heat related injuries?
- Heat exhaustion: skin is cool and moist. Sweating a lot.
- Heat stroke: breakdown of sweating mechanism.
Cold weather injuries?
- Frostbite: Superficial and Deep
Shock is ..
A life-threating medical condition whereby the body suffer from insufficient blood flow throughout the body.
Types of shock?
Septic, Anaphylactic, Cardiogenic, Hypovolemic, Neurogenic
CPR was changed from ABC to...
CAB : Circulation, Airway, Breathing
The survival chain for someone who goes through cardiac arrest is...
- Activation of CPR
- Chest compression
- EMTs, Ambulance
- Post-cardiac arrest care
How many classes of mishap?
Class A mishap:
- fatality, or permanent total disability.
Class B mishap?
- $500,000 or more less than $2,000,000
- illness, partial disability or 3 more personnel hospitalized.
Class C mishap?
- $50,000 or more but less than $500,000.
- Missed work 5 days after injury
Chemical warfare types?
Nerve agents: damages body parts instead of tissue.
- Blister: Causes inflammation, blisters,
- Choking: Dry throat, tears, vomiting
What is M9?
Chemical agent paper detector that turns red or reddish. However does not detect chemical agent vapors.
Auto injector used as specific therapy for nerve agent casualties.
Biological warfare types?
Pathogens and Toxics
Types of nuclear explosions?
High altitude, Air burst, Surface burst (the worse), Shallow underwater, Deep underwater
Shipboard shielding stations?
- Ready-shelter: access to deep-shelter
- Deep-shelter: are low in the ships
MOPP stands for?
Mission Oriented Protective Posture
What is the highest level of MOPP?
- MOPP level 4
- Don equipment
To start a fire what do you need?
heat, fuel, oxygen and a chain reaction
How many classes of fires?
4 : Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta
Class Alpha fire is?
Combustibles materials, burning wood, cloth.
Class Alpha fires can be extinguished with what?
Class Bravo fires can start with?
Flammable liquids: Oil, gasoline.
Class Bravo fires can be stopped with?
PKP. Halon 1211, AFFF
Class Charlie Fires can start with?
Energized electrical fires
Class Charlie fires can be stopped with?
CO2, Halon, PKP, H20 minimum distance of 4 feet.
Class Delta Fires start with?
Combustible metals: Magnesium and titanium.
Class Delta Fires can be stopped with?
- Threshold markings
- Overrun area
- MA-1 series overrun barrier
- Emergency shore based recovery equipment
- Parking Apron
- Compass calibration pad
- Runway numbering system
- Airfield rotating beacon
AC handlers, Plane directors, Flight deck Officer
Safety department, Air transport officer, (Troubleshooters), Medical
Photographers, Squadron ac maintenance personnel.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Crash salvage.
Aviation fuel crew
Danger areas for aviation include:
intakes, exhaust, flight controls, compressed gasses, cryogenics, explosives, hazardous materials, eye, hearing and other industrial environment dangers.
Up to 45 Knots initial tie-downs:
Up to 45 tie-downs Normal weather tie-downs:
46-60 knots Moderate weather tie-downs:
Above 60 Knots, Heavy weather tie-downs
Types of chains?
TD-1A & TD-1
What does NAMP stand for and what is its purpose?
- Naval Aviation Maintenance Program.
- The objective is to achieve and continually improve aviation.
Who is the AMO?
Assistant Maintenance Officer, who assists the MO.
Who is the MMCO?
Maintenance Material Control Officer, who is responsible for the overall production and material support of the department.
Who is the MMCPO?
Maintenance Master Chief Petty Officer, the senior enlisted advisor for the maintenance department.
Who is the MCO?
The Material Control Officer, similar to the MMCO.
NAMP is founded by 3 levels of maintenance they are...
What is O level maint.
Maintenance preformed by an operating unit in a day to day basis .
What is I level maint?
Maintenance to enhance and sustain the combat readiness without using too many resources.
What is D Level maintenance?
Maintenance performed at FRC sites.
What are the two types of maintenance described in the NAMP?
Rework and upkeep.
Who preforms the rework maintenance?
Who preforms upkeep?
What are the types of upkeep maintenance?
Turnaround, daily, special, conditional, phase, acceptance, transfer.
based on elapsed calendar time, flight hours, operation hours, cycles and events.
unscheduled maintenance due to events that call for this inspection.
Divides the total inspection into smaller packages. These are done sequentially or at specific intervals.