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Chapter B2; Heat Stress

QuestionAnswer
Who records all heat-stress related deficiencies on Current Ship's Maintenance Project (CSMP) for their respective division? Division Officers
If a dry-bulb temperature exceeds 100 degrees F (watch/work length: 4 hours or less), or 90 degrees F (watch/work length greater than 4 hours), or 85 degrees F (in the scullery) per paragraph B0204c(4)(a), the space superviser shall ____, the DB reading a Circle in Red
Who reviews all engineering and non-engineering heat-stress surveys to determine obvious inaccuracies, reduced PHEL stay times, any personnel protective actions being taken, and submits heat-stress surveys that result in reduced stay times to the commandi Medical Department Representative (MDR)
Who prepares reports of heat stress related cases? Medical Department Representative (MDR)
Dry-bulb temperature readings: Every ___ hr(s) if do not exceed 85 degrees F; every 1 hr if exceeds 85 degrees F; every ___hr(s) during maintenance/temporary installations exceed 85 degrees F. 4 hours; 1 hour
If mainteneance or repair is required, who records all heat-stress related deficiencies on CSMP? Supply Officer, Air Boss, and other department heads.
For submariners, who conducts heat-stress surveys in engineering spaces? Commanding Officer
Who reports to the immediate superior in command (ISIC) the material deficiencies, beyond ships force capability to correct, which contribute to heat-stress conditions aboard the ship? Medical Department Representative (MDR)
S/S of heat stress illness? Dehydration, lack of sleep, illness, use of medication, drugs, alcohol, and the presence of atmospheric contaminants such as combustion gases or fuel vapors.
Who assign and qualify engineering department personnel to perform heat-stress surveys in engineering spaces? Engineer Officer/Reactor Officer
While heat stress conditions can occur anywhere on board a ship, ___ are the most likely to have conditions that may cause heat stress. Machinery spaces, laundries, sculleries, galleys, incinerator rooms, flight decks, and steam catapult rooms.
Who limits personnel heat exposures per established stay times, except (as approved by the Commanding Officer) in an operational emergency? Division Officers
In most individuals, appropriate repeated exposure to heat stress cuases a series of physiologic adaptations called ___, whereby the body becomes more efficient in coping with the heat stress. It occurs gradually, usually requiring ___ weeks or more. Heat Acclimatization; 3 weeks
Who establish and enforce an effective heat-stress policy? Commanding Officer
WBGT meter values are not accurate below ___ degrees F. 65 degrees F
If an automated heat-stress system is installed, the ship shall maintain and calibrate at least one portable WBGT for use in the event that the automated system should fail. Who is it? Medical Department Representative (MDR)
___ stickers are not required to be placed on dry-bulb thermometers. "No Calibration Required" (NCR)
WBGT = (___ x DB) + (___ x WB) + (___ x GT) WGBT = (0.1 x DB) + (0.7 x WB) + (0.2 x GT)
___ is any combination of air temperature, thermal radiation, humidity, airflow, and workload that may stress the body as it attempts to regulate body temperature. Heat Stress
 

 



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