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A. Substitution B. Engineering controls C. Administrative controls D. Use of personal protective equipment Figure 2-B.—Hazard Control Methods. WHEN PREVENTING HAZARDS IS IMPOSSIBLE, HAZARD CONTROL METHODS ARE USED TO CONTROL HAZARD  POSSIBILITIES.  TO  ANSWER  QUESTIONS 2-20 TO 2-24, SELECT THE METHOD IN FIGURE 2-B THAT MATCHES THE DESCRIPTION USED AS THE QUESTION. RESPONSES MAY BE USED ONCE, MORE THAN ONCE, OR NOT AT ALL. 2-20. 2-21. 2-22. 2-23. A barrier used to physically separate people from contact with hazards. 1.  A 2.  B 3.  C 4.  D Replacing an existing piece of equipment with a similar item having a lower hazard potential. 1.  A 2.  B 3.  C 4.  D Using special operating procedures to reduce exposure of personnel to hazards. 1.  A 2.  B 3.  C 4.  D Using chemical gloves, safety goggles, and so forth, when working with  acids. 1.  A 2.  B 3.  C 4.  D 2-24. Using local exhaust ventilation to prevent airborne contaminants from passing through the worker’s breathing  zone. 1.  A 2.  B 3.  C 4.  D 2-25. An alleged imminent danger situation hazard report is received.  An  investigation  should be conducted within what minimum amount of time? 1. 24 hours 2. 36  hours 3. 48 hours 4. 72 hours 2-26. Hazard report responses from a shore OSH officer or an afloat safety officer should be provided to the originator within a minimum of how many days? 1. 10  calendar  days 2. 10  working  days 3. 30  calendar  days 4. 30  working  days 2-27. When not satisfied with the response  to  a  hazard  report, military personnel can appeal through the chain of command to which of the following persons? 1. Chief of Naval Operations 2. Secretary of Labor 3. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense 4. Secretary of Health 2-28. A safetygram is used to report a hazard within a particular ship. 1. True 2. False 2-29. What code expresses the risk that combines the elements of hazard severity and mishap probability? 1. Risk category code 2. Risk assessment code 3. Mishap category code 4. Mishap classification 9

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