PEO Exam I

  1. When should you conduct a heat stress survey?
    • @PHEL I-III + Watch 4hrs or less: When DB 100F or higher
    • @PHEL I-III + Watch > 4 hrs: When DB 90F or higher
    • @PHEL IV-VI: When DB 85F or higher
  2. When else should you conduct a heat stress survey?
    • In spaces where heat injury occurs
    • Prior to conducting engineering casualty control drills exceeding 3 hours
    • In any space where the CO determines heat stress may occur
    • As required for follow-on surveys
  3. When should you conduct a follow-on heat stress survey?
    • Where WB/DB temperatures are not recorded every hour: At the end of the current manned watch or as required by the previous survey
    • Where WB/DB temperatures are recorded every hour: Only required if DB increases by 5F and/or WB increases by 3F
  4. What is PHEL?
    Physiological Heat Exposure Limit
  5. Zone Inspections
    • Owned by CO, executed by DH's
    • All ship spaces should be included and visually inspected once per quarter
    • Reference: COMNAVSURFORINST 3120.1
  6. Types of Quality Training
    • Operational: Evolutions and Drills, Walkthrough/Talkthrough, OBT
    • Administrative: Classroom Training & LOK's
    • Training Recommended at least twice a week for ENG
  7. Purpose of Evolutions
    • Training targeted specifically to minimize operator error that results in engineering casualties
    • First step in casualty prevention
  8. Missing Valve Label during an evolution
    • If watchstander knows system and can identify valve based on EOP label diagram: Place temporary label, complete evolution, report discrepancy to EOOW after evolution
    • If watchstander cannot identify valve: Report to EOOW and correct discrepancy before continuing evolution
  9. Evolution Categories
    • Routine: Every CONDIII watcstahnder required to complete in assessment mode every 90 days graded "effective"
    • Infrequent: Every CONDIII watchstander required to complete in assessment mode every 180 days graded "effective"
    • MLOC: Conduct as required
  10. Spec is out of parameters during evolution
    Must report to EOOW immediately or evolution is downed
  11. Drill Categories
    • I (High-Risk/Most Frequent): Complete quarterly/90 days
    • II (Moderate Risk/Frequent): Complete sem-annually/180 days
    • III (Low Risk/Infrequent): Complete annually
  12. ETT Safe to Train Criteria (EDORM 3-4-5)
    • Systems are aligned in order to facilitate planned evolutions
    • Bilges, drip pans, decks dry and free of oil/debris
    • Deck plates, handrails, ladders, ladder treads are in place/secure
    • Flange shields/strainer spray covers are in place and properly attached
  13. ETT Safe to Train Criteria Part II
    (EDORM 3-4-5)
    • All DC equipment in place and ready
    • All valve hand wheels installed, properly attached, all remote operators are connected
    • All security locks, lock wire seals, locking devices in place
    • All fire hazards removed from engineering spaces, all equipment not in use stowed
  14. ETT Safe to Train Criteria Part III (EDORM 3-4-5)
    • All gauges in place, properly mounted, not overdue for cal
    • All safety/relief valves properly set and within periodicity
    • All IC power panels and alarm panels are energized and tested
    • Inspect escape trunks for proper markings/debrits/functional access doors
  15. CO Approvals (EDORM 3-3-1)
    • Commencing main propulsion startup/light-off procedure
    • Use of battle override feature of GT control system, if other than as stated in CO Battle Orders/RMD/PMS
    • Recommencing equipment operation after suspected tampering is discovered
    • Optesting of main engines
    • Bypassing of interlocks or safety devices on any systems
  16. CO Approvals II
    • Any deviation from EOSS (excludes Battle Orders, RMD, TSO)
    • Changes to standard operating procedures where no EOSS available
    • Onloading/Offloading fuel/lube oil
    • Entering any tanks/voids
    • Setting or securing from RMD unless as specified in the standing orders
  17. Bearing Log Minimum Info
    • Journal Bearing Clearances: Line Shaft Bearings
    • Thrust Bearing Clearances: MRG
    • Bridge or Micrometer depth gauge readings & constants: Main Engine Turbine Bearings
    • Other measurements/condition which deviate from original or normal readings
    • Departure from Specification (DFS/NAVSEA waivers)
  18. Bearing Log Contents
    • Ship's Name, Bearing Number
    • Date bearing was installed
    • Installed Clearance (IC)
    • Maximum Allowable Reading (Replacement Clearance)
    • Depth Constant (DC)
    • Micrometer Reading (MR)
    • Wear (W) = MR - DC
  19. EOOW Function
    Responsible for the safe and proper operation of ship's engineering plant and watchteam
  20. EOOW Duties & Responsibilities
    • Ensure all orders received from OOD are promptly acknowledged/executed
    • Advise OOD & CHENG when modification of plant configuration is considered appropriate
    • Promptly correct hazardous conditions in the plant and report actions to OOD as soon as practical to the CHENG
    • Ensure all Engineering Watchstanders are alert and use all available time to train
    • Ensure Tagout Log is maintained properly
  21. More EOOW Duties & Responsibilities
    • Monitor quality and regulation of Combat Systems support systems (chill water, dry air, 400 Hz)
    • Direct lighting off/securing of plant IAW applicable EOSS and CHENG Light Off Orders
    • Coordinate with CHENG and DCA to keep ship properly trimmed
    • Ensure Engineering Log/Engineer's Bell Book and prescribed operating records are properly kept IAW guiding instructions
  22. Lock vs Locking Device
    • Lock prevents entry or manipulation by a device requiring external key or combination
    • Locking Device prevents inadvertent manipulation
  23. Equipment requiring locks
    • L/O storage tanks
    • MRG reduction gear access covers (to include dehumidifer & vent fog precipitator)
    • GT Module Access doors when in-port and secured (excludes standby generator)
    • Potable/Feed Water Sounding Tubes
  24. Equipment Requiring locking device
    • Line shaft bearing access covers
    • MRG sight flow indicators
    • Main L/O pump suction & discharge cutout valves
    • CHT system vent valves
  25. Space Security
    • All Main & Aux Machinery Spaces must be visited every 60 mins if not locked
    • Must be locked or manned at all times, I/P or U/W
    • All Accesses must be locked from outside
  26. When is it ok to deviate from EOSS?
    • When it is determined that adherence to EOSS may endanger personnel or damage equipment
    • When EOSS does not match actual configuration of propulsion plant
    • When a component or system becomes inoperative or a TYCOM deviation from specifications is issued
    • To adhere to provisions of ISE & Class Advisory Messages
    • When ship is operating in a restricted maneuvering situation
  27. EOSS Feedback Reports
    • Either Urgent or Routine
    • Urgent requires a message
  28. EOSS Routine FBR
    • Cat A: Requests for EOSS materials
    • Cat B: Technical discrepancies which are NOT urgent
  29. EOOW Turnover Items
    • Awareness of tactical maneuvering situations which could impact watchteam or casualty control (HRU, NIXIE, boat ops)
    • Specific equipment operating conditions, existence of non-standard configurations, equipment tagouts
    • Presence of any heat stress conditions
    • Provisions of CHENG/CO Night Orders
    • Maintenance being conducted or planned during the watch
    • Review of logs and records back to the last watch stood or 24 hours (whichever is less)
    • Distance to land to ensure contaminated water is not sent to potable water holding tanks
    • Ensure all required F/O and L/O samples are taken, properly evaluated, and logged accordingly
  30. What are Light Off Orders?
    • Gives EOOW or EDO a specific sequence and amplifying guidance required when bringing the plant into operation and should be easily tailored to special circumstances.
    • Includes a timeline
    • Meant to supplement EOP
  31. Recommended features of Light Off Orders
    • Timeline for Evolutions
    • Assignment of Responsibility (EDO, Duty Electrician, Division, etc.)
    • Cross reference to MLOC/PMS guidance
    • Caution & Warning Notices (TSO, Caution/Danger Tags)
    • Routing blocks for completed orders
  32. 8'00 Reports: Required Entries
    • Plant Status
    • List of OOC/Degraded Equipment
    • Tagouts in effect requiring CO or CHENG approval
    • Additional Remarks
    • Fresh & Feedwater percentages
  33. 8'00 Reports: Recommended Entries
    • Hot Work In-Progress
    • Tanks/Voids currently open
    • FM Safety Walkthroughs
    • Alarms in Cutout
    • Shipyard/IMA work Status
    • Propulsion/DC Drills Planned & Accomplished
  34. Sound Shipboard Operating Principles & Processes
    • Watchstanders' Guide
    • 1. Procedural Compliance
    • 2. Integrity
    • 3. Questioning Attitude
    • 4. Level of Knowledge
    • 5. Formality
    • 6. Forceful Backup
  35. 3 Supporting Processes to Sound Shipboard Operating Principles & Processes
    • 1. ORM
    • 2. PBED
    • 3. Incident Reporting
  36. Primary Task of ENG Dept
    Maintain and Operate engineering plant in a consistently high state of readiness in order to support the ship's primary mission as an instrument of national policy
  37. Engineering Management Fundamental Precepts
    • EDORM
    • Foundation for Increasing & Sustaining Readiness
    • Quality Training/Qualifications
    • Adherence to approved operational procedures
    • Adherence to approved maintenance procedures
    • Clear communications
    • Increased Level of Knowledge
  38. LOP vs TSO
    • TSO Address temporary situations that warrant deviations from normal procedures. Good for 6 Months. Usually comes with a DFS.
    • LOP used when there is lack of EOSS support, or to augment existing EOSS procedures. May be used during prolonged employment in special operations (i.e. Q2).
    • LOP may also use caution tags
  39. Hardware Installation Plan
    • Provides detailed guidance on requirements for placement of all EOCC and EOP books.
    • What books to have and where to have them based on your ship
  40. EOCC
    • Immediate & Controlling Actions MUST BE MEMORIZED
    • Review book as soon as feasible
    • Perform Supplementary Actions
    • Restore Casualty
  41. Energized Safety Precautions
    • CPR Qualified Safety Observer
    • Remove all metal articles
    • Insulate deck with approved insulating materials (i.e. rubber blankets, rubber mats, etc.)
    • Face Shield
    • Insulated Tools
    • Tagout to Greatest Extent Possible
    • Station personnel at isolation breaker
  42. What is a Hazardous Noise Area?
    • Any work area or equipment where the sound pressure level (SPL) is 85 dB(A) or above (continuous or intermittent)
    • Or any work area or equipment where the sound pressure level (SPL) is 140 dB (P) or greater (impulse or impact)
  43. Single Ear Pro Requirements
    • 85 dB(A) - 96 dB(A)
    • 140 dB (P) - 165 dB (P)
  44. Double Ear Pro Requirements
    • 96 dB (A) or greater
    • 165 dB (P) or greater
  45. Clear & Bright Test
    • Clear: Invert or Swirl sample. If it's "clear", there's no visible particulates
    • Bright: Make sure cloudiness dissipates bottom-up 
    • If it's not bright after 5 mins, put in warm water bath. If it's still cloudy it is UNSAT
  46. BS & W Standards
    • .1% for Shipboard, Non-NATO/DOD, Non-LCS
    • .05% for Non-NATO/DOD for LCS
  47. Scenario: WIP Test indicates water higher than lowest tank suction level
    Strip tank, until BS&W passes with .1%
  48. CCFD
    Combined Contaminated Fuel Detector
  49. FWD
    • Free Water Detector
    • Acceptable amounts of water in F76: 40 ppm
    • Acceptable amounts of water in JP-5: 10 ppm
  50. CFD
    • Detects solid contaminants in fuel
    • Acceptable solids in F-76: 2.64 mg/l
    • Acceptable solids in JP-5: 2.00 mg/l
  51. When do we test fuel?
    • When we receive it (receipt of fuel)
    • Prior & During Transfer (Storage -> Service)
    • Prior & During Use (Service)
  52. Fuel Testing Requirements during Receipt of Fuel
    • Clear & Bright @ Beginning/Middle/End of Receiving
    • If any Clear & Bright fails: conduct BS&W
    • Every 15 mins: Conduct Clear & Bright to check for free water
  53. Fuel Testing Requirements prior to fuel transfer
    • No testing required on water compensated ships
    • Other requirements will depend on platform
    • LCS conducts WIP test
  54. Fuel Testing during Fuel Transfer, if your ship has a fuel oil purifier
    Take sample from purifier discharge 5 mins after transfer start and every 30 mins after
  55. Fuel Testing prior to burning fuel (service)
    8 hours prior to placing on suction (CG/DDG/LCS)
  56. Fuel Testing during fuel burning (service)
    • 5 minutes after service tank placed on suction
    • 5 minutes after suction shifted to stdby service tank
    • Sample taken from filter/separator discharge
  57. Weekly Fuel Storage Tank testing requirements
    • WIP (non-compensated tanks)
    • API/Specific Gravity (if your ship has a purifier)
  58. Gravity Fed Tank testing requirements
    Monthly Clear & Bright
  59. Ships Generators on auto-startup fuel testing requirements
    • After filling
    • Daily (when not in use)
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PEO Exam I
PEO 2017