E-6 EPME 2016

  1. What does SOSO stand for?
    • Speed Of Service Objective
    • (E-PME Study Guide E6-79)
  2. What does SOSO times indicate?
    • - Flash (Z) - As fast as possible with a goal of 10 minutes.
    • - Immediate (O) - 30 minutes
    • - Priority (P) - 3 hours
    • - Routine (R) - 6 hours
    • (E-PME Study Guide E6-79)
  3. What are the Potential SOSO Codes?
    • -Flash (Z) - As fast as possible with a goal of 10 minutes.
    • - Immediate (O) - 30 minutes
    • - Priority (P) - 3 hours
    • - Routine (R) - 6 hours
    • (E-PME Study Guide E6-79)
  4. What is the unique fingerprint on each message?
    The Date Time Group (DTG)
  5. Breakdown this date time group: 271237ZJUN00
    • 1. 27 stands for the day of the month
    • 2. 1237Z is the time in Zulu (Greenwich mean time)
  6. What line includes “BT” and what does that mean?
    indicate the body text for the message will being on the following line.
  7. What other line will include “BT” and what does that mean?
    The originator includes the code BT to indicate the body text for the message is complete
  8. What are the most amount of lines that the subject line can take up?
    Should be only one line of text
  9. What do you put on a message to authorize Internet release?
    Must contain statement authorizing release of the message over the internet, this must be formatted as “INTERNET RELEASE AUTH”, the last line of the message
  10. How many types of Classified Messages are there? And what are they?
    • 3
    • top secret,
    • secret,
    • confidential
  11. Define “TOP SECRET”.
    Top Secret information requires the highest degree of protection. The unauthorized disclosure of top-secret information could reasonably be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage tonational security:
  12. Define “SECRET”.
    Secret information requires a substantial degree of protection. The unauthorized disclosure of secret information could reasonably be expected to cause serious damage to national security.
  13. Define “CONFIDENTIAL”.
    Confidential information requires protection. The unauthorized disclosure of confidential information could reasonably be expected to cause damage to national security.
  14. Who determines your need to know?
    Unit command security officer or security manager
  15. What is the Human Resources Management System for Coast Guard military personnel?
    Direct Access
  16. What is EMI?
    • Extra Military Instruction (EMI) is not abused or used as punishment. EMI may be assigned only if it is genuinely intended to accomplish specific task improvement.
    • E6-8
  17. How many hours per day can you give EMI?
    • EMI lasts only for two hours or less per day
    • E6-9
  18. What Court Martial Rule limits your ability to probable cause search and seizures?
    • court-martial 315.
    • E6-10
  19. How many “Types” of Administrative Remarks may be entered on a Coast Guard-3307?
    • There are seven different "types" of Administrative Remarks that may be entered on 
a CG-3307:
    • E6-12
  20. Where are APS stationed?
    • Addiction Prevention Specialists (APSs) are Maintenance and Logistics
    • Commands (MLC) personnel, assigned to detached duty at major headquarters commands.
  21. Can APS be assigned CDAR duty?
    • NOTE: The APS is NOT to be assigned CDAR duties.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-26
  22. What is an Alcohol Situation?
    • An alcohol situation is an occurrence where alcohol is involved or present
    • but is not the causative factor for a member’s undesirable behavior or performance (i.e., purchasing alcohol for a minor falls under this category).
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-31
  23. What behaviors indicate an Alcohol Incident?
    • An alcohol incident involves any behavior that:
    • • Results in the member’s loss of ability to perform assigned duties
    • • Brings discredit upon the Uniformed Services
    • • Is a violation of the UCMJ, Federal, state, or local laws where alcohol is determined to be a significant or causative factor.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-31
  24. What is interred into a PDR via CG-3307 (for enlisted), or Memo (for Officers) entries are required reflecting all alcohol incidents?
    • • Disposition made
    • • A warning that any subsequent alcohol incident is grounds for separation.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-31
  25. Who must sign any Alcohol Incident entries?
    • Both the commanding officer and the member concerned sign the entry.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-31
  26. What is the disposition of the 1st Alcohol Incident?
    • Anytime a member is involved in an alcohol incident, he or she will be screened and appropriate action will be taken. Members abusing alcohol, but not involved in an alcohol incident, should be closely scrutinized by the commanding officer and, at the CO’s discretion, be considered for screening.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-31
  27. Does alcohol need to be consumed in order for it to be and Alcohol Incident?
    • NOTE: Alcohol MUST be consumed to be considered an alcohol incident.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-31
  28. What is the disposition of the 2nd Alcohol Incident?
    • The member must be screened and the command ordinarily commences discharge procedures, if a member:
    • -Is involved in a second alcohol incident
    • -Who is a diagnosed alcoholic begins consuming alcohol after receiving alcohol treatment
    • -Violates the aftercare plan.
    • In cases where the commanding officer or officer-in-charge feels that an exceptional situation warrants consideration for a waiver, the member will be screened and a letter request for treatment and retention (including the screening results, CO’s recommendation, and treatment plan) will be forwarded via the chain of command to Commandant.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-32
  29. What is the disposition of the member with a 3rd Alcohol Incident?
    • Members will be processed for separation that are:
    • -Involved in a third alcohol incident
    • -Diagnosed alcoholics who again consume alcohol the second time after receiving alcohol treatment
    • -Violate their aftercare treatment plan a second time
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-32
  30. Personal Relationships, regardless of gender, are acceptable provided they do not, either in actuality or in appearance __________.
    • • Jeopardize the members’ impartiality
    • • Undermine the respect for authority inherent in a member’s rank or position
    • • Result in members improperly using the relationship for personal gain or favor
    • • Violate a punitive article of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-40
  31. Can a Chief date a PO3?
    • Romantic Relationships are unacceptable if the relationship is between chief petty officers (E-7/8/9) and junior enlisted personnel (E-4 and below).
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-40
  32. Romantic Relationships between members are unacceptable when:
    • • Members have a supervisor and subordinate relationship (including periodic supervision of duty section or watchstanding personnel)
    • • Members are assigned to the same small shore unit (less than 60 members)
    • • Members are assigned to the same cutter
    • • The relationship is between chief petty officers (E-7/8/9) and junior enlisted personnel (E-4 and below)
    • • The relationship is manifested in the work environment in a way that disrupts the effective conduct of daily business.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-40
  33. Can an Instructor date a Student?
    • Coast Guard policy prohibits personal and romantic relationships between instructors at training commands and students.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-41
  34. Can enlisted date Officers?
    • The Service accepts officer and enlisted marriages that occur before the officer receives a commission.
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-41
  35. Can enlisted date Cadets?
    • Coast Guard policy prohibits Romantic relationships outside of marriage between commissioned officers and enlisted personnel. (For this purpose, Coast Guard Academy cadets and officer candidates (both OCS and ROCI) are considered officers.)
    • E-PME Study Guide E6-41
  36. Can an officer be married to an enlisted?
    • Yes
    • E-6 page 41
  37. Can 2 brothers be in the same chain of command?
    • No
    • E-6 page 41
  38. Coast Guard Policy prohibits the following relationships or conduct, regardless or Rank, Grade, or position of the persons involved:
    • 1. Engaging in sexually intimate behavior aboard any Coast Guard vessel, or in any Coast Guard-controlled work place
    • 2. Romantic relationships outside of marriage between commissioned officers and enlisted personnel. (For this purpose, Coast Guard Academy cadets and officer candidates (both OCS and ROCI) are considered officers.)
    • 3. Personal and romantic relationships between instructors at training commands and students.
    • E-6 page 41
  39. Can a CPO from the Coast Guard date an Air Force Major?
    • No
    • E-6 page 41
  40. Why is a CPO in the Coast Guard not allowed to date an Air Force Major?
    • The Service prohibits romantic relationships outside of marriage between officer and enlisted personnel. This includes such relationships with members of other military services. Officer and enlisted romantic relationships undermine the respect for authority that is essential for the Coast Guard to accomplish its military mission.
    • E-6 page 41
  41. What manual prohibits unit introductory initiations or hazing of personnel?
    • COMDTINST M5000.3 (series)
    • E-6 page 42
  42. What Manual outlines Civil Rights programs?
    The Coast Guard Equal Opportunity Program Manual, COMDTINST M5350.4 (series) E-6 page 42
  43. A Human Relations Council is required at units of __ or more full-time personnel?
    • 50
    • E-6 page 45
  44. Sexual Harassment Prevention Training is required every ___.
    • 3 years
    • E-6 page 46
  45. Human Relations Awareness Training is required every ___.
    • 3 years
    • E-6 page 46
  46. How many systematic steps are involved in the ORM process?___ List them:
    • 7 steps
    • 1. Define mission tasks
    • 2. Identify Hazards
    • 3. Assess Risk
    • 4. Identify Options
    • 5. Evaluate Risk vs. Gain
    • 6. Execute Decision
    • 7. Monitor Situation
    • (E6-58)
  47. What are the 2 different methods developed to assist in the risk evaluation?
    • 1. SPE (Severity, Probability, Exposure) Model
    • 2. GAR (Green, Amber, Red)
    • (E6-59)
  48. What is the SPE Model?
    • Risk for a specific hazard can be assessed utilizing severity, probability, and exposure
    • (E6-59)
  49. What is the formula/ computation for SPE?
    • Risk= Severity x Probability x Exposure
    • (E6-59)
  50. What Model do you use for more general Risk assessments?
    • GAR Model
    • (E6-59)
  51. How many elements are in the GAR model?___ List them:
    • 6 elements
    • 1. Supervision
    • 2. Planning
    • 3. Team Selection
    • 4. Team Fitness
    • 5. Environment
    • 6. Task Complexity
    • (E6-59)
  52. What Manual do you refer to when a Mishap has occurred?
    • Safety and Environmental Health Manual, COMDINST M5100.47
    • (E6-63)
  53. What are the two main purposes of Mishap reports?
    • 1. Initiate corrective action that will prevent future similar mishaps
    • 2. Improve Coast Guard operational readiness and efficiency by reducing unplanned losses due to mishaps (E6-63)
  54. How many Severity levels of Mishaps are there? What are they?
    • 4 (class A, B, C, D), but there is also a class E, as per ALCOAST 590/10, dated July 10, 2010.
    • (E6-65).
  55. Describe a Class A Mishap.
    • $2 million or greater to cutters & aircraft or a (CG boat of $100,000 or more and is missing, abandoned, or not recoverable).
    • Fatality or permanent total disability (E6-65)
    • Cutter is missing or abandoned or recovery impossible or impractical (ALCOAST 590/10 July 10, 2010).
  56. Describe a Class B Mishap.
    • $500,000, but less than $2 million for cutters and aircraft or (Coast Guard boats with repairs of $100,000 or more).
    • Injury/illness resulting in permanent partial disability, or 5 or more patients are “in-patient” hospitalized (ALCOAST 590/10)
  57. Describe a Class C Mishap.
    • $50,000 but less than $500,000 or CG boats with repairs of $50,000, but less than $100,000.
    • Non-fatal injury resulting in loss of work beyond the workday (ALCOAST 590/10).
    • Notify COMDT within 5 days.
  58. Describe a Class “D” Mishap.
    • Cost for a shore mishap is $5,000 but less than $50,000 or property damage for an afloat or aviation mishap less than $5,000, or any injury not meeting a “C” mishap. Also, man overboard, accidental firearm discharge, or electric shock.
    • Notify COMDT within 5 days
    • Note: all fires onboard cutters and boats will now be reported within 12 hours
    • “E” mishaps notify COMDT within 5 days (ALCOAST 590/10 July 10, 2010)
  59. What is the difference between a Mishap Investigation and a Legal Investigation?
    • Mishap Investigation: Not conducted to place blame or to discipline or punish, but to find why a mishap occurred.
    • Legal Investigation: seeks to place blame-looking for possible neglect or misuse by government employees (E6-66)
  60. What governs information released to the public?
    • M5728.2, Public Affairs Manual
    • (E6-68)
  61. What manual would you look to for guidance on drafting a Business letter?
    • M5216.4C, Correspondence Manual
    • (E6-75)
  62. What information must be included on all correspondence in the Coast Guard because it serves as the file number?
    SSIC (E6-75)
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