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9-18. What  individual  is  initially responsible  for  the  public affairs  aspect  of  a  nuclear weapons  incident? 1. CHINFO 2. CNO 3. ASD  (PA) 4. DIRPA 9-19. Which  of  the  following  references contains  sample  news  releases  for nuclear  weapons  accidents  and incidents? 1. OPNAVINST   3440.15 2. SECNAVINST   5720.90B 3. NAVNUCLINST   1112.15D 4. 10 U.S.C., Section 793(e) 9-20. What individual is authorized to confirm or deny the presence of  nuclear  weapons  at  a  specific location before the arrival of the  on-scene  commander? 1. Director  of  Duty  Operations, National Military Command Center 2. Director  of  Nuclear  Ordnance, Strategic Air Command 3. Director,  Naval  Nuclear Accident Response Team 4. Director  of  Nuclear Operations,  National  Military Command  Center Learning  Objective: Identify the  procedures  for  dealing  with toxic  waste  incidents  and  the components  of  the  installation restoration  (IR)  community relations  plan. 9-21. Which  of  the  following  steps is NOT a basic phase of the IR program? 9-22. An  inspector  from  the  Environ- mental  Protection  Agency  (EPA) wants to look at a hazardous substance  disposal  site  at  a naval air station.  What cre- dentials  should  the  inspector present before he is allowed access to the site? 1. Appropriate  security clearance and a letter of  inspection  notification 2. EPA  inspection  certifica- tion  and  a  valid  inspection purpose 3. Valid  inspection  purpose and  an  appropriate  security clearance 4. DoD  environmental  clearance and  an  appropriate  inspection notification 9-23. A  concerned  community  group requests  information  regarding the cleanup of a hazardous waste site on a naval station.  When, if ever, should the group be informed on the progress of the cleanup? 1. At the halfway point of the  cleanup 2. At the end of the cleanup only 3. At the beginning and end of each phase of the clean- up only 4. Never 1. Remedial  action 2. Waste  elimination  control 3. Remedial   investigation/ feasibility  study 4. Preliminary assessment/site investigation  study 89

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