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What is the most common cause of task degradation or mission failure? human error
What is used to reduce or offset risks by systematically identifying hazards and assessing and controlling the associated risks allowing decisions to be made that weigh risks against mission or task benefits? ORM
Who is responsible for issuing Navy ORM policy guidance? OPNAV (N09F)
Who is the ORM model manager? NAVSAFECEN
Who serves as the Navy's ORM program subject matter expert? NAVSAFECEN
How often must NETC and all other commands involved in the formal training of personnel in ORM report training effectiveness? biannually
Who ensures that ORM is included in the orientation and training of all military and civilian command personnel? Command ORM manager
How often must the command ORM manager submit ORM lessons learned and best practices to the ORM model manager for dissemination? Annually
What decision making tool is used by personnel at all levels to increase effectiveness by identifying, assessing, and managing risks? ORM
How many basic principles are there that provide the foundation for RM and the framework for implementing the ORM process? four
In depth, deliberate, along with what else are the three levels that the risk management process is applied on? time-critical
Which risk management level refers to situations where time is not a limiting factor and the right answer is required for a successful mission or task? in-depth
Which risk management level refers to situations where there is ample time to apply the RM process to the detailed planning of a mission or task? deliberate
Which model has the Navy adopted to facilitate the use of risk management at the time critical level? ABCD
The ORM process is a systematic, continuous, and repeatable process that consists of the following basic five steps: identifying hazards, assess the hazards, make risk decisions, implement controls, and what final step? supervise
Which steps comprise the risk assessment portion of ORM and provide enhanced awareness and understanding of a given situation? identify hazards and assess the hazards
What software guides users through each of the five steps in an intuitive fashion with help screens and process information? TRACS
What is any condition referred to as that has the potential to negatively impact mission accomplishment or cause injury, death, or property damage? hazard
What is the foundation of the entire risk management process? hazard identification
What is the first link in the chain of events referred to as that leads to mission or task degradation? root cause
What is an assessment of the potential consequences that can occur as a result of a hazard and is defined by the degree of injury, illness, property damage, loss of assets, or effect on the mission or task? severity
Which hazard severity category is defined as a loss of the ability to accomplish the mission? category I
Which hazard severity category is defined as having significantly degraded mission capability or unit readiness? category II
Which hazard severity category is identified by degraded mission capabilities or unit readiness? category III
Which hazard severity category is indicated by little or no adverse impact on mission capability or unit readiness? category IV
What is an assessment of the likelihood that a potential consequence may occur as a result of a hazard called? probability
Which hazard probability category identifies hazards that are likely to occur, immediately or within a short period of time? A
Which hazard probability category identifies hazards that will probably occur in time? B
Which hazard probability category identifies hazards that may occur in time? C
Which hazard probability category identifies hazards that are unlikely to occur but that at not impossible? D
How many basic actions are there which ultimately lead to making informed risk decisions? three
Which type of controls take the form of barriers to guard against a hazard ? physical
What refers to applying ORM at the point of commencing or during execution of a mission or task, at the time critical level? TCRM
Which risk management model established a structure for individuals, teams or crews to learn new or complex behaviors, skills, or values or gain understanding? ABCD
Which ORM steps does the "A" in the pneumonic of the ABCD RM model combine? identify and assess the hazards
Which part of the ABCD model is tied to making risk decisions? balance resources
Which part of the ABCD model is tied to all of the steps of the 5 step ORM process? communicate to others
Which steps of the 5-step ORM process is the "D" in the pneumonic of the ABCD model correlated to? implement controls and supervise
Which officer or the civilian equivalent will be designated as the command ORM manager? XO
Who is responsible for making the decisions whether to accept risk or elevate it up the chain of command? ORM manager/XO
How often must individuals take the ORM fundamentals course? tri-annually
What is used to measure ORM implementations? ORM evaluation
How many different types of ORM evaluations can be used by any activity or command for self-assessment? two
How often must all Navy commands conduct an ORM program evaluation? annually
What is that portion of identified risk that is allowed to persist during the mission or task called? acceptable risk
Which condition refers to all the items that compete for an individual's or crew's attention during the execution of a mission or task? additive conditions
Which technique guides a group in an interactive exchange of ideas, deferring judgment until the end of the session? brainstorming
Which type of error leads to undesired consequences to property, personnel, or the mission? consequential error
What are the actions taken or measures that are put in place to eliminate a hazard or reduce the associated identified risk defined as? controls
What is an expression that considers the frequency, length of time, and percentage of people or assets subjected to a hazard? exposure
How many steps are involved in the Navy's Planning Process? 6
What is defined as the complete picture of what is expected to happen that assures all elements of a mission or task are evaluated for all potential hazards? operational analysis
What is used to create an initial list of the hazards that may exist in an operation, task or mission? preliminary hazard analysis
What is defined as the remaining risk after the controls have been identified and selected? residual risk
What can be used to develop controls that may include, time, money, people, or equipment? resource
What is an expression of possible losses, adverse outcome, or negative consequences such as injury, illness in terms of probability, and severity? risk
What is an expression of the risk associated with a hazard that combines its severity and probability into a single Arabic numeral which can be used to help determine hazard abatement priorities? risk assessment code (RAC)
What refers to the degree of accuracy by which one's perception of the current environment mirrors reality? situational awareness
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