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5-11. You  should  evacuate  the  ship’s laundry  until  a  heat  stress survey  is  conducted  when  the temperature  in  the  laundry reaches  what  maximum temperature? 1. 85°F 2. 90°F 3. 95°F 4. 100°F 5-12. A heat stress survey was conducted  in  the  ship’s  laundry by the medical officer. It was determined  that  the  stay  time would be 2 hours. How long should  the  recovery  time  be? 1. 8 hours 2. 2  hours 3. 6 hours 4. 4  hours Learning  Objective: Identify the  procedures  for  stowing  and handling  supplies  in  the  ship’s laundry. 5-13. The  supplies  stowed  in  the laundry  should  be  limited  to the  amount  required  for  what time  period? 1. 1 week 2. 2  weeks 3. 1 day 4. 1  month 5-14. How should the supplies in the ship’s  laundry  be  stowed? 1. In  separate  covered  metal bins using a bin liner or plastic  bag 2. In the receiving area in the  original  container 3. On the wash deck in a cardboard  container  near the  washer  extractor 4. On the wash deck in the original  closed  container 5-15. Which  of  the  following  actions should  you  take  to  prevent powdered laundry supplies from becoming  hard  or  lumpy? 1. Store them in a cool space 2. Keep them well covered 3. Keep them dry 4. All of the above 5-16. What  determination  should  you make  before  disposing  of  any laundry chemicals at sea or in port? 1. The  stowage  requirements  of the  chemical 2. The  hazardous  priorities  of the chemical 3. The shelf life of the chemical 4. The age of the chemical 5-17. To  what  publication  should  you refer  for  the  classification and  stowage  requirements  for shipboard   consumables? 1. NAVSUP  P-485 2. NAVSUP  P-487 3. NAVSUP  P-4998 4. HMIS, DOD 6050.5 Learning  Objective: Identify the  basic  procedures  for receiving  and  identifying  lots. 5-18. The  receiving  laundry  person  is responsible  for  which  of  the following  duties? 1. Receiving  lots 2. Marking  lots 3. Classifying  lots 4. All of the above 5-19. What  individual  will  the receiving  laundry  person contact  to  resolve  problems with the pickup of clean laundry? 1. The  ship’s  store  officer 2. The  divisional  laundry petty  officer 3. The  leading  petty  officer of each division 4. The  leading  Ship’s Serviceman 5-20. The  receiving  laundry  person should  not  accept  divisional laundry bags over what weight limitation? 1. The  washer  extractor capacity 2. 60 pounds 80 pounds 4. 100 pounds 3. 41

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