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and contacts the metal on the drum control disk, that  particular  operation  is  energized. FISCAL  YEAR—A  12-month  period  selected for  government  accounting  purposes  beginning  on 1 October and ending 30 September the following calendar year. FLANNEL  PADS—Pads  used  on  the  press buck   to   provide   cushion   and   good   pressing quality. FLASH  POINT—The  lowest  temperature  at which  the  vapors  of  a  liquid  form  an  ignitable mixture with the air. FLATWORK—Any  items  that  can  be  safely processed  through  the  flatwork  ironer  can  be referred to as flatwork. The most common types of  flatwork  are  bed  linens  and  tablecloths. FOOT   PEDAL—Pedal   worked   by   the   foot that engages the compression roll on the flatwork ironer. FRAUD—Any  theft  of  funds  or  merchandise or a change of official records by an accountable officer  or  responsible  individual  in  the  ship’s  store operation. FRICTION   MATERIAL—6-inch-wide material  that  is  wound  around  the  feed  ribbon roll;  it  has  a  rough  surface  so  the  feed  ribbons will catch properly on the drive roll and be driven properly. FUNCTION—A   particular   process   in   the ROM system that affects the ship’s store records. FUNDS— A sum of money or other resources established for a specific purpose usually without fiscal  year  limitations. GARMENT   TRAY—Tray   used   to   hold clothing  while  removing  a  spot  or  stain  on  the spotting  board. GENERAL   INFECTION—Infection   that occurs  when  bacteria  enters  into  the  blood- stream. GOOD   BARBER   ETHICS—Rules   and standards   of   conduct   and   practice   in   the barbershop that will reflect well on the customers served. GROOMING  STANDARDS—  Standards  set forth  by  U.S.  Navy  Regulations  regarding  the appearance  of  naval  personnel. GROUP   SALE—A   sale   of   merchandise   to a group in which several individual orders have been  consolidated.  A  group  sale  is  made when  individual  sales  to  personnel  cannot  be made. HANDWHEEL—A  device  used  to  open  and secure  the  shell  door  to  the  washer  extractor. HARD   WATER—Water   that   contains   an appreciable amount of salt; it cannot be used to wash  clothes  because  it  renders  the  detergent useless  for  washing. HAZARDOUS   SUBSTANCE—   Any   sub- stance  or  mixture  of  substances  that  is  toxic, corrosive, irritating,   flammable,   a   strong oxidizer,  a  strong  sanitizer,  or  that  generates pressure  through  decomposition,  heat,  or  other means. HEAD—The top portion of the laundry press that  is  brought  down  against  the  fabric  on  the buck  of  the  press  during  operation. HEAD PRESSURE—The pressure exerted by the head against the buck of the press when it is in  the  lowered  position. HEAT   STRESS—A   combination   of   air temperature, thermal   radiation,   humidity, airflow,   and   workload   that   may   stress   the body   as   it   tries   to   regulate   body   tempera- ture. HEAT   STRESS   LOG—Record   of   tempera- tures in the laundry. HEAT   STRESS   SURVEY—A   survey conducted  by  the  medical  officer  using  the  wet bulb  and  globe  temperature  (WBGT)  meter  to determine  whether  a  space  is  safe  for  human beings  to  work  in. HEATSTROKE—A  condition  marked  by cessation   of   sweating,   extremely   high   body temperature,  and  collapse  that  results  from prolonged  exposure  to  high  heat. HUMIDITY—The  degree  of  wetness  in  the atmosphere. AI-5

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