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Assignment 8 - 14242_325
Storekeeper 3 & 2 - Manual for watching over inventory and other things needed in a store
Assignment 8, Continued - 14242_327
Learning  Objective: List the safety factors that should be  observed  in  handling  and  stowing  cargo. 8-10.  Indexes  of  all  Department  of  the  Navy  safety precautions for forces afloat are published by which of  the  following  individuals  or  activities? 1. Office of the Department of the Navy 2. Chief of Naval Operations 3.  Systems  commands 4.  Bureaus 8-11.  All  EXCEPT  which  of  the  following  safety precautions should be observed? 1. Personnel may, when authorized and using a safety pallet, be hoisted with a forklift 2. Only licensed operators should be permitted to operate  MHE 3. The maximum operating speed limitations of MHE can be exceeded only for short periods of time 4. MHE should not be operated in excess of the maximum  speed  limitations 8-12. When refueling MHE and a gasoline spill occurs, which  of  the  following  actions  should  you  take? 1.  If  the  amount  of  the  spill  is  1  pint  or  more,  have a person standing by with a fire extinguisher during  the  cleanup 2. Use any absorbent material available to clean the spill after moving the MHE 3. In the process of cleaning up, use all immediately available  tools  to  expedite  the  cleanup  prior  to starting the MHE engine 4. All of the above 8-13. If the operator is to leave a forklift truck for a few minutes, the operator should set the brakes and take what additional step? 1. Raise the fork about 4 inches from the floor 2. Chock at least one wheel 3. Stop the engine 4. Rest the fork on any empty pallet 8-14. When you are operating a forklift truck, which of the following safety precautions should be taken? 1. 2. 3. 4. Travel  with  forks  elevated  approximately  4  inches above the floor Tilt the mast back when transporting a load When transporting a load, drive forward up a ramp and in reverse down a ramp All of the above 8-15. 8-16. 8-17. 8-18. 8-19. 8-20. The  cause  of  a  member’s  unreliability  should  be determined  and  eliminated. 1. True 2.  False When cargo or hoisting gear is being lowered into a hold or onto the pier, what warning should be given? 1. “Heads up” 2. “Turn to” 3. “Stand clear” 4. “Get hot” When cargo is being loaded or unloaded, it should be stopped  how  far  above  the  intended  loading  area  and then guided to a safe landing? 1. 1 foot 2. 2 feet 3. 3 feet 4. 4 feet When cargo is NOT being handled through a hatch that has been left open, which of the following safety precautions  should  be  taken? 1. Station guards around the hatch only 2. Rig safety lines around the hatch only 3. Station guards around the hatch and rig safety lines 4.  Rig  a  temporary  cover  over  the  hatch The possibility of a fire is greatest during cargo- handling operations involving what type(s) of material? 1.  Fuel  only 2.  Ammunition  only 3.  Flammables  and  ammunition 4. Paper, rags, and wood If oil or grease is spilled in the working area during a cargo loading operation, which of the following precautions  would  be  appropriate? 1. 2. 3. 4. The oil should be removed immediately The oil should be covered with sand or cinders The oil should be covered with sawdust or other suitable   anti-slip   material Each of the above precautions may be taken 52

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