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ASSIGNMENT 5 Textbook Assignment: “Explosives Safety,” chapter 9, pages 9–6 through 9-12; “Traffic Safety,” chapter 10, pages 10–1 through 10-7; and “Recreation, Athletics, and Home safety,” chapter 11, pages 11-1 through 11–15. 5-1. The wearing of certain articles of adornment are prohibited during ordnance   operations. Exemptions  to that regulation may be made by which of the following offices or centers? 1. Local  safety  office 2. Naval Safety Center 3. Naval supply center 4. Chaplain’s office 5–2. Who can give written authorization allowing spark-producing devices in explosives areas? 1. Supply  officer 2. Safety  officer 3. Commanding officer 4. Aviation ordnance officer 5-3. When a fire threatens a warehouse full of explosives, which of the following precautions should you take? 1. Evacuate personnel in the area 2. Call for additional fire fighters 3. Remove the explosives from the warehouse 4. Call an explosive ordnance disposal team 5–4. Which of the following ordnance evolutions requires a fire watch? 1. Inspection 2. Disposal 3. Transfer 4. Load up 29 5-5. Which of the following precautions is essential to any fire prevention effort? 1. Good   housekeeping 2. A no smoking ordinance 3. A properly posted fire bill 4. Well–trained fire-fighting team A. Team  member  (TM) B. Individual/Team leader (I/TL) C. Quality  assurance  (QA) D Instructor  (IN) E. Safety  observer Figure   5–A.-Qualification   Levels. TO ANSWER QUESTIONS 5-6 THROUGH 5-9, SELECT THE QUALIFICATION LEVEL IN FIGURE 5-A THAT MATCHES THE DESCRIPTION USED AS THE QUESTION. RESPONSES MAY BE USED ONCE, MORE THAN ONCE, OR NOT AT ALL. 5–6. Requires sufficient knowledge to direct the performance of others in safe  and  reliable  operations. 1.  A 2.  B 3.  C 4.  E 5–7. Requires a detailed knowledge of applicable inspection criteria for the  explosive/device  system. 1.  A 2.  C 3.  D 4.  E 5–8. This level of qualification does not build on any other level of qualification. 1.  B 2.  C 3.  D 4.  E

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