Avionics Flashcards: Volume 1 - Pt.4

  1. What AFI requires that supervisors provide specialized safety, fire protection, and health OJT to all assigned Air Force personnel?
    AFI 91-301, Air Force Occupational and Environmental Safety, Fire Protection, and Health (AFOSH) Program.
  2. What form can a supervisor use to document safety, fire protection, and health training?
    AF Form 55.
  3. What's the purpose of the AFOSH program?
    To prevent or reduce the severity of personal injuries and property damage.
  4. What does AFOSH STD 48-8 establish?
    The OELs for airborne chemical concentrations to which nearly all AF personnel may be expose throughout their careers without adverse health effects.
  5. Which AFOSH STD covers RFR?
  6. Which AFOSH STD covers safe opertions of laser systems?
  7. What does AFOSH STD 91-68 address?
    USAF chemical storage, handling, use, and disposal operations.
  8. What AFI outlines your personal right and responsibilites under the AFOSH program?
  9. Which AFOSH STD covers general housekeeping and electrical safety in shops?
  10. Which AFI currently contains guidance pertaining to HAZCOM program?
  11. What TO covers the use and care of hand tools?
  12. Why should you put your tools where they belong when you complete a job?
    To make your job easier and ensure each tool is where it's supposed to be the next time it's needed.
  13. Name two things you should check before plugging in a power tool.
    • 1. Ensure the power switch is off.
    • 2. Verify the voltage, hertz, and current of the source of electricity.
  14. Define high voltage.
    When you're working with or repairing electronic systems that may expose you to hazards associated with energized equipment or high-voltage circuits (300 volts or above).
  15. When can an interlock by disconnected or bypassed?
  16. When do you require a safety observer when you're repairing electronic equipment?
    When electronic equipment uses high voltage.
  17. What TO covers gas cylinder use, handling, and maintenance?
  18. When can color coding be relied upon to identify the cylinder's contents?
    Never rely on color coding to identify cylinder contents.
  19. What should you do with a cylinder when the contents can't be identified?
    Cylinders that don't bear a legibly written, stamped, or stenciled identification of the contents shouldn't be used; instead, they should be segregated and returned to the vendor as soon as possible.
  20. What is the maximum allowable atmospheric temperature that a cylinder may be exposed?
  21. When should a gas cylinder be considered empty? How would you mark it?
    When there's at least 25 psi remaining; so others will know that it's nearly empty (e.g. write "MT" to signify it is empty on an appropriate tag and attach it to a cylinder).
  22. Which AFOSH STD deals with the RFR program?
  23. What are the three classifications of RF hazards?
    • 1. Direct biological hazards
    • 2. Indirect biological hazards
    • 3. Indirect hazards.
  24. List your individual responsibilities when you're working with and around RFR.
    • 1. Follow procedures for safe work given in AFOSH STD 48-9, equipment TOs, manuals, and unit OIs.
    • 2. Follow procedures established by the supervisor to ensure safe working conditions.
    • 3. Ensure required warning signs and safety devices are in place and functional before beginning work.
    • 4. Promptly report any suspected overexposure and any unsafe work condition to a supervisor.
  25. If you suspect that you have been overexposed to RFR, how soon should you seek medical attention and where should your medical examination be performed?
    Within 72 hours; at the Flight Surgeon's office.
  26. List your individual responsibilities regarding hazardous noise.
    • 1. Comply with all hazardous noise control measures including the use of HPD and advise others in their workplace to wear HPD when exposed to hazardous noise.
    • 2. Report new or changes in operating procedure that affect workplace hazardous noise exposure to the supervisor.
  27. What's the purpose of hearing protection devices?
    To reduce the at-the-ear noise exposure to less than 85 dB.
  28. What is meant by the ALARA principle?
    Personnel exposures to high-intensity noise must be maintained as low as possible - consistent with existing technology, cost, and operational requirements.
  29. What actions must be performed in the case of a broken or damaged container of radioactive material?
    The are must be cleared of all personnel not require to evaluate the condition, recover the radioisotope, or decontaminate the area of material.
  30. What five methods are permitted by an authorized recipient to dispose of radioactive materials?
    • 1. Treat prior to disposal.
    • 2. Treatment or disposal by incineration.
    • 3. Decay in storage.
    • 4. Disposal at an appropriately licensed land disposal facility.
    • 5. Disposal at a geologic repository.
  31. What must be performed to preclude falsely identifying a container that no longer contains radioactive materials?
    Remove or obliterate affixed labels.
  32. What AFOSH STD details all sorts of safety and procedural requirements for many types of lifting devices?
  33. When can cheater bars be used to increase leverage?
  34. When can the rated load of a lifting device be exceeded?
    During authorized proof tests.
  35. Describe a Class IV laser with respect to its ability to cause biological damage.
    A hazard to the eye and/or skin from the direct beam and sometimes from a diffuse reflection it can also be a fire hazard.
  36. What are the responsibilities of an LSO?
    • They include, but aren't limited to the following six responsibilities:
    • 1. Approve SOPs
    • 2. Train personnel
    • 3. Select alternate controls
    • 4. Establish an NHZ
    • 5. Avoid unnecessary or duplicate controls
    • 6. Conduct periodic facility and equipment audits.
  37. What must laser protective eye war be capable of withstanding?
    Direct or diffusely scattered laser energy.
  38. Who is your primary point of contact when you have security questions?
    Unit security manager.
  39. What is JPAS and what information does it contain?
    A record of security clearance information by unit; each member's clearance, type of clearance, and date of most recent clearance investigation.
  40. Who is responsible for protecting classified information and material?
    Everyone who has been granted access to the information/material and has it in his or her possession or control.
  41. What three elements must be present for you to release or share access to classified information?
    The individual requesting access must have a mission-essential purpose, the proper clearance level, and a need to know.
  42. What must a visitor to a classified work center provide to the security manager?
    A visit request or official military orders.
  43. With what classification level should a classified removable hard drive be marked?
    With the highest classification level of the information stored in it.
  44. What forms need to be documented during the end-of-day security check?
    SF Form 701, Activity Security Checklist, ans SF Form 702, Security Container Check Sheet.
  45. When should you familiarize yourself with your work center's emergency plan?
    Before you need it.
  46. What are the three levels of classified information and equipment?
    Confidential, Secret, and Top-Secret.
  47. Where must the overall classification of a document be marked?
    Top and bottom of the front cover, title page, first page, and outside back cover.
  48. Besides overall classification, what information must the front cover of a classified document contain?
    "Classified By", "Reason", and "Declassify On".
  49. What is a derivative classification?
    The act of incorporating, paraphrasing, restating, or generating in new form, information that is already classified.
  50. What is the difference in the front cover information of a derivatively classified document?
    "Classified By" is replaced with "Derived From".
  51. How must a classified removable hard drive be marked?
    With an SF Form 711, Data Descriptor Label, and the appropriate classification label.
  52. How do you mark working papers?
    With the highest classification of the information contained within and the phrase "working paper" on the first page in large letters, as well as the date created, originator's name, organization and office symbol.
  53. Under what circumstances must you change the combination to a classified storage container?
    • 1. When a lock is placed in use.
    • 2. When an individual knowing the combination no longer require access ( unless other sufficient controls exist to prevent access to the lock).
    • 3. When the combination has been compromised.
    • 4. When taken out of service.
  54. Where can you store a recorded safe combination?
    In a security container other than the one for which it is used.
  55. What is the classification of the ALQ-131 and ALQ-184 pods?
  56. What is the purpose of an SCG?
    To provide guidance for evaluating and determining the degree of protection necessary to safeguard classified information pertinent or relative to the system in question.
  57. How are individuals identified as authorized to receive classified assets?
    By letter or on their supply "SMART" card.
  58. How are classified assets packaged for turn-in to supply?
    They are double-packaged with the internal package properly marked with the security classification level and the external package without any security classification markings.
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Avionics Flashcards: Volume 1 - Pt.4
028-040 Self-Test Questions.