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8-21. 8-22. 8-23. 8-24. How many members should steady a draft and remove  slings  from  it? 1. One 2. Two 3. Three 4.  Four Which of the following methods should you use to pick up heavy objects? 1.  Stand  close  to  the  object,  have  your  feet  slightly apart and solidly placed. Grasp the object firmly and lift by coming to the upright position 2.  Stand  close  to  the  object,  have  your  feet  slightly apart and solidly placed. With knees bent, grasp the  object  firmly  and  lift  by  straightening  your legs 3. Stand close to the object, have your feet close together  and  firmly  placed.  With  your  legs straight, grasp the object firmly and lift by straighting  your  back 4.  Stand  close  to  the  object,  have  your  feet  slightly apart and solidly placed. With your legs straight, grasp  the  object  firmly  and  lift  by  straighting  your back When  cargo  is  being  hoisted  from  or  lowered  into  a hold, which of the following positions should the hold crew take? 1. Take cover aft of the square of the hatch only 2. Take cover forward of the square of the hatch only 3. Take cover aft or forward of the square of the hatch 4. Stand ready to assist in landing or hoisting the cargo In  discharging  your  responsibility  as  a  supervisor  of  a cargo-handling  crew,  which  of  the  following precautions should you enforce? 1. 2. 3. 4. Never permit personnel to stand or work under suspended   slingloads   only See that your personnel do not enter dark places without a light only Ensure  that  your  crew  wear  safety  shoes  and helmets while handling cargo only Never permit personnel to stand or work under suspended slingloads, or enter dark spaces, and ensure safety shoes and helmets are used while handling cargo 8-25. 8-26. In  relation  to  the  supervision  of  cargo  handlers,  which of  the  following  actions  is  NOT  a  good  supervisory practice? 1. 2. 3. 4. Telling and demonstrating how to work safely Telling  and  demonstrating  how  to  grip  slings  and bridles Demonstrating your faith in your crew by allowing them to work on their own Discouraging the wearing of rings, gauntlet-type gloves,  and  trousers  with  legs  so  long  that  they are a tripping hazard You are a member of an UNREP team receiving stores  that  must  be  removed  from  the  cargo  landing area  as  quickly  as  possible.  What  would  be  the determining factor as to whether you can block a passageway or door with these oncoming stores? 1. You must rely upon your own judgment 2. You must obtain permission from the responsible department  head 3. You must obtain permission from Damage Control Central 4. You must obtain permission from the supply officer Learning  Objectives:   Recognize  the  meaning  of  various terms and abbreviations used in conjunction with the shipment of material; state the origin and format of transportation  control  numbers  (TCNs). 8-27.  Material  transported  as  freight  is  known  by  which  of the  following  terms? 1. Consignee 2.  Cargo 3.  Bill of lading 4.  Consignor THIS  SPACE  LEFT  BLANK  INTENTIONALLY 53

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