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Figure  5-9B.—Medical  Surveillance  Questionnaire  (back),  OPNAV  5100/15
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 precautions. 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  ship’s  electrical  safety  check program.  The  civilian  employee  follows  OSHA  safety precautions. OSHA is not authorized to inspect military 5-25

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