Figure 5-9A.Medical Surveillance Questionnaire (front), OPNAV 5100/15.
list and copies of preemployment, disability retirement,
replenishment, cargo handling, and small boat
and fitness for duty examinations are also included.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Volume II (surface ship) and volume III
(submarine) of OPNAVINST 5100.19B provide
general safety precautions for forces afloat.
OPNAVINST 5100.23C and General Industry
Standards, 29 CFR 1910, provide shore safety
The afloat safety precautions specifically cover
shipboard operations, such as heavy weather, underway
operations. Consult these precautions to plan for
training before specific evolutions. Afloat safety
precautions only cover general precautions. Naval
warfare publications (NWPs) and technical manuals
provide more detailed precautions.
In general, safety precautions ashore do not apply
aboard ship. In other words, a civilian contractor
bringing electrical equipment on board is not required
to comply with the ships electrical safety check
program. The civilian employee follows OSHA safety
precautions. OSHA is not authorized to inspect military