The estimated percent of accidents caused by nature is
The safety training phase described as an effective tool that creates a lasting impression for new airmen is
C: sustained job safety.
The responsibility for initiating a lost tool report belongs to the
A: expediter or production supervisor.
B: person issued the tool.
C: flight chief or flight commander.
D: CTK support section.
The lowest person authorized to clear a red X when a lost tool cannot be located is the
A: aircraft engineer.
B: wing commander.
C: crew chief.
D: maintenance superintendent.
The optimum temperature to cool sealants mixed in an automatic mixing machine is
Temporary storage of hazardous materials at a central accumulation point cannot exceed
A: 30 days.
B: 60 days.
C: 120 days.
D: 90 days.
Hazardous Waste Management System rules are published by
B: the EPA.
C: the US Air Force.
Radiation hazards are affected by
A: time of exposure, amount of training, and number of operating units.
B: strength of emission, time of day, and input power.
C: input power, weather, and number of personnel in the area.
D: strength of emission, time of exposure, and weather.
Normally, the safe distance behind an operating jet engine exhaust is
A: 200 feet.
B: 175 feet.
C: 150 feet.
D: 125 feet.
The noise intensity of a jet engine is greatest toward the rear at a
A: 45° angle at either side.
B: 95° angle at either side.
C: 15° angle at either side.
D: 65° angle at either side.
The symptom that is not a sign of noise fatigue is
A: a feeling of emptiness.
B: impairment of mental concentration.
D: emotional irritability.
A fire extinguisher's pressure is within a safe operating range when the gauge needle is within the
A: red markings.
B: orange markings.
C: black markings.
D: green markings.
Aircraft oxygen servicing or draining is prohibited within how many feet of hangars or structures?
Individuals not directly involved in nitrogen servicing should be outside a
A: 25-foot radius.
B: 15-foot radius.
C: 50-foot radius.
D: 20-foot radius.
Under ideal conditions, an aircraft is said to be operationally ready when
A: the required inspection and servicing are complete.
B: the aircraft forms are checked.
C: all minor discrepancies are completely resolved.
D: it is released by production scheduling.
As fireguard, position yourself even with the
A: tail of the aircraft and at a 30° angle inboard of the engine being started.
B: nose of the aircraft and at a 45° angle outboard of the engine being started.
C: tail of the aircraft and at a 30° angle outboard of the engine being started.
D: nose of the aircraft and at a 45° angle inboard of the engine being started.
The condition most likely to cause aircraft damage is
C: predicted heavy storms.
D: sudden local storms.
If no maximum wind velocity is specified in the aircraft technical order, the maximum wind velocity, as prescribed by Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Standard 91-100, Aircraft Flight Line -- Ground Operations and Activities, allowed during aircraft jacking is
A: 45 mph.
B: 25 mph.
C: 15 mph.
D: 35 mph.
During desert operations, lubrication should be done
A: after every aircraft recovery or prior to every flight.
B: only when necessary, and then sparingly.
C: as often as possible and as abundantly as possible.
D: at least weekly and as liberally as possible.
The F-2 lifting bag is designed to lift
A: 22,000 pounds to a maximum height of 6'.
B: 24,000 pounds to a maximum height of 6'.
C: 24,000 pounds to a maximum height of 8'.
D: 22,000 pounds to a maximum height of 8'.
A major drawback of using pneumatic lifting bags is
B: time consumption.
C: manning requirements.
D: training requirements.
The method of aircraft hoisting confined to emergencies when no other method is available is
B: aircraft jacking.
C: lifting bags.
D: crane hoisting.