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Chapter 6 - Shore Safety
electrical safety, and personal protective clothing. In addition,  we  discussed  hazardous  material/hazardous waste,  asbestos  control,  gas  free  engineering,  lead control, and medical surveillance. You have a duty to yourself and the people you work with to know and enforce all safety regulations. Before assigning personnel to a task that can harm them in any way, ensure the y are familiar with and know the correct safety procedures. Make sure they are wearing the proper   protective   clothing   and   using   the   correct respirator. Provide them with adequate eye and hearing protection. Take no short cuts and do all jobs safely. Get 5-27 copies of OPNAVINST 5100.23C,  Naval  Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual, and OPNAVINST 5100.19B, Navy  Occupational  Health and Safety Program Manual for Forces Afloat.  Become familiar  with  them.  Remember  the  adage,  “The  life  you save may be your own.” Complacency,  haste  to  complete  a  job,  and  the  “it can’t happen to me” attitude can hinder an effective self-policing   safety   program.   A   safe   environment requires us to stay alert, be patient, and think safety at all  times.

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