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Assignment    5 Textbook  Assignment: “The  Ship’s  Laundry  (continued),”  chapter  5,  pages  5-6 through 5-28. Learning  Objective: Explain the  organization  and administration  of  the  afloat laundry.  (cont’d) 5-1. What  officer  aboard  ship  may authorize  the  collection  of monthly  charges  for  services provided  in  the  ship’s  laundry? 1. The  ship’s  store  officer 2. The  supply  officer 3. The  commanding  officer 4. Each of the above IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  5-2  THROUGH 5-5, SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE LOG THAT IS USED FOR THE PURPOSE SHOWN COLUMN  A. 5-2. 5-3. 5-4. 5-5. A. PURPOSES B. LOGS IN To record 1. Heat stress historical repair data 2. Bulk work To keep a 3. Equipment record of the maintenance temperature in the ship’s 4. Press deck laundry To keep a record of divisional  laundry To  record  individual officer’s  and  chief petty  officer’s  lots 5-6. How often should the laundry summary  sheet  be  prepared  and submitted to the supply officer? 1. Daily 2. Weekly 3. Monthly 4. Quarterly 5-7. 5-8. 5-9. 5-10. The  ship’s  laundry  should  not be used after normal working hours  unless  final  approval  is obtained  from  what  individual? 1. The  ship’s  store  officer 2. The  duty  supply  officer 3. The  duty  Ship’s  Serviceman 4. The  executive  officer Learning  Objective: Identify the  procedures  for  preventing heat stress injuries in the ship’s laundry. What  publication  or  instruction should you reference for the requirements of the Navy heat stress  program? 1. NAVSUP P-485 2. NAVRESSO Pub 17 3. OPNAVINST  3120.32 4. OPNAVINST  5100.20 A dry bulb thermometer be  permanently  mounted which  of  the  following areas? 1. The  receiving  area 2. The issuing area 3. The wash and press areas 4. All of the above should near laundry deck How  often  should  temperatures in the laundry be taken and recorded in the heat stress log? 1. Once daily 2. Twice  daily 3. Once every 6 hours 4. Once every 4 hours 40

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