1. When is a "Danger High Voltage" sign required?
    500 volts
  2. Typical PEL for SPS-73 radar?
    non- rotating 20 ft

    Rotating 10 feet
  3. When is a "Danger Shock Hazard" required?
    At or above 30 volts
  4. What is the minimum that a PEL fence must have on each face of fence and gate entry?
    Minimum type 1 and 2 RADHAZ warning sign.
  5. Typical PEL for CIWS?
    Track 90 feet

    Search 60 feet

    Rotating n/a
  6. When are personnel barriers required for RF hazards?
    In areas where levels are 10x the exposure limits.
  7. Induced current PEL for frequencies 100 khz to 100 Mhz
    100 mA through one foot or 200 mA, which ensures 20 w/kg limit for extremities.
  8. RADHAZ type 3 sign?
    Burn hazard may exist on metallic objects in this area.
  9. What type of RADHAZ sign should be at a PEL boundary?
    Type 1
  10. RADHAZ type 4 sign?
    prior to fueling operations check with command authority.
  11. Upper tier exposure limit?
    6 minutes
  12. Lower tier exposure limit?
    30 minutes
  13. Where would you find RADHAZ control drawings for cutters and shore units?
    • NE-TIMS
    • Naval Engineering Technical Information System
  14. What size RADHAZ signs are used for shipboard use?
    5 inches
  15. Who is responsible for the overall adherence to the tool control program?
    ESD Supervisor and ESD maintenance supervisor
  16. When should the technical assessment be conducted?
    3-6 months prior to the Long Range Maintenance Plan (LRMP) Review.
  17. On the ESD checklist what must a section average to get a passing grade?
    An average of 70 percent our higher in any system.
  18. Who is the technical authority for OSI?
  19. When are action plans to correct discrepancies submitted by an ESD Supervisor to ESU/C4IT?
    30 days
  20. How are discrepancies for mission essential parts deferred?
    Discrepancies for mission essential parts are disabling and the status is changed to NMCS. Cannot be deferred.
  21. Who is the technical authority for OTI?
    • (ORD)
  22. Who signs maintenance technicians travel MPC?
    Station EPO or designated representative.
  23. How long are completed MPCs maintained locally?
    MPCs are kept for 1 year.
  24. Who can permanently delete a discrepancy?
    A maintenance releaser can restore and/delete a discrepancy.
  25. Required action addresses on CASREPS?
    • Senior operational commander
    • Immediate operational commander
    • Servicing product line manager
  26. When should ESD supervisors notify C4IT department of discrepancies upon ESD relief?
    Within 1 week of relieving the ESD Supervisor.
  27. How often are visual technical inspections?
    Upon new installation, construction, or modernization of Red/Black equipment.
  28. What are maintenance tasks considered while in an extension status?
  29. When shall electronic discrepancies in EAL be addressed by the ESD maintenance supervisor?
    Within one business day.
  30. When is the ESD Supervisor notified of an upcoming assessment?
    Assessment team leader informs ESD Supervisor at least 30 days prior.
  31. How often are ESD assessments?
  32. How long does a unit have to verify a SPERTERL validation package?
    2 weeks
  33. Who approves maintenance discrepancies that exceed 30 days for C4IT assets?
    Maintenance officer
  34. The request to cannibalize a small boat must be routed through whom?
    Sector engineering officer
  35. What is considered to be a temporary system for TEMPEST purposes?
    Systems installed for less than 60 days no TEMPEST related requirements.
  36. How often are TEMPEST accreditations?
    5 years from the initial and 5 years after that.
  37. When is maintenance overdue on the MDL?
    31 days maintenance is considered overdue.
  38. What module would you find the Maintenance Due List (MDL) in?
    MDL is a report with the decision support system (DSS).
  39. Who is responsible for ensuring scheduled/unscheduled maintenance actions are completed?
    ESD maintenance supervisor
  40. Can asset disabling casualties be deferred in EAL?
    No, disabling discrepancies can't be deferred with "CF" or "PP" status. They must remain in an open status.
  41. What are the 2 types of "QA" inspectors?
    Primary and Collateral
  42. When are OTI/OSI inspections for new units?
    Within 3 months of commissioning.
  43. How often are Logistics Compliance Inspections (LCIs)
    LCIs are triennial ie every 3 years.
  44. What does a "C" represent in EAL?
    Closed discrepancy
  45. How often shall the ESD maintenance supervisor review EAL to ensure electronic discrepancies are accurate and up to date?
  46. What must be done with CASREPS prior to entering a MEP availability?
    Asset must defer all CASREPS until 30 days after the completion of the MEP availability.
  47. When shall large antennas be replaced?
    6 year cycles dockside.
  48. What is the recommended frequency for an ALMIS MDL auto report generation?
  49. EAL symbol "!"
    In discrepancy status column it represents a deferred maintenance discrepancy over 30 days. Also indicates action is required.
  50. How often are ESD assessment "spot checks" by base C4IT leadership?
    Annually during years that a LCI is not performed.
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