EPME E-3 & E-4

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Search and Rescue

Maritime Safety

Other Law Enforcement

Maritime Securityment

Marine Safetyty

Maritime Safety

Aids to Navigationp

Maritime Mobility

Ports, Waterways, and Coastal Security

Maritime Security

Marine Environmental Protectionm

Protection of Natural Resourcesm

Defense Readiness

National Defense

Illegal Drug Interdictionourcesm

Maritime Security

Ice Operationsse

Maritime Mobility

Undocumented Migrant Interdiction

Maritime Security

Living Marine Resources

Protection of Natural Resourcesm

Reservists serve in the same enlisted and officer specialties as their active-duty
counterparts.
a. True
b. False

a. True

What two enlisted ratings are open only to members of the Reserve?
a. Damage Controlman and Investigator
b. Port Security Specialist and Investigator
c. Port Security Specialist and Telephone Technician
d. Storekeeper and Damage Control man

Port Security Specialist and Investigator

All Ready Reservists are considered to be in an active status.
a. True
b. False

a. True

The ___________ is a manpower pool principally consisting of individuals who have had
training and have previously served in the Active Forces.
a. Selected Reserve (SELRES)
b. Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)
c. Inactive Duty Training (IDT)
d. Active Duty for Training (ADT).*

b. Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)

Coast Guard Auxiliarists Activity Customs and border protectionesm

Agency Support mission)

Coast Guard Auxiliarists Activity Courtesy marine examinationsnesm

Environmental missionn)

Coast Guard Auxiliarists Activity Courtesy marine examinations

Surface (water) mission

Coast Guard Auxiliarists Activity Federal aids to navigationnsnesm

Land-based Operations
missionsm

Coast Guard Auxiliarists Activity State and youth courses

Public education mission

Coast Guard Auxiliarists Activity Search and rescue call-outsionsm

Air Operations missionon

Provides initial screening for
members identified as having
possible alcohol-related problems

Collateral Duty Addictions Representative

Reports suspected and substantiated
incidents of family violence

Family Advocacy Specialist

Works with the commanding officer,
supervisors, and unit members to
ensure that discipline is equitably
maintained

Command Chief (Silver Badge

Assists command in helping members
set personal and career goals.

Career Development Advisore

Serves as advisor to commanding
officer on issues that could impact the
mission readiness of enlisted
personnel.ed

Command Master Chief (Gold Badge)

Reports directly to the Commanding
Officer (CO) on all matters pertaining
to civil rightslems

Civil Rights Officerces

Represents the unit, commanding
officer, and Coast Guard to media
and public.

Public Affairs Officers

Ensures incoming personnel are
provided voting and registration
informationc.

Voting Assistance Officer

Serves as member of the Training
Board.

Educational Service Officer

Ensures equal employment
opportunity program compliance

Collateral Duty EEO Counselor

As a Coast Guard member, you may serve as an election official if it ________.
a. Does not interfere with your military duties
b. Is performed while out of uniform
c. Is not representative of a partisan political party
d. Does not need a decision by your commanding officer.*

d. Does not need a decision by your commanding officer.

As a Coast Guard member, you may NOT ________.
a. Ride in a partisan political parade.
b. Wear a political button on your uniform or at any time while on duty.
c. Participate in a program as an advocate of a partisan political candidate.
d. Authorize to be published partisan political articles signed by you.

d. Authorize to be published partisan political articles signed by you.ý

__True
__False
All SOFA agreements require U.S. personnel to have a specific type of order or
specific identification documents.ion/x

_False

__True
__False
SOFAs define the legal status of U.S. personnel and property in another
countryave-fla

__TrueA

__True
__False
SOFAs guarantee U.S. forces immunity rights from prosecution by host
governments for criminal offenses outside of official duty.

__False

__True
__False
All SOFAs must allow the U.S. to establish banking and recreational facilities
for our forces in the host country.on/x

__False

__True
__False
SOFAs usually address three types of status.¢wD

__True

Only used in E-3 personnel evaluation A. Military
B. Performance
C. Professional Qualities
D. Leadership
E. Conduct

D. Leadership

Evaluates degree of conformance to
military tradition, customs, and courtesies. A. Military
B. Performance
C. Professional Qualities
D. Leadership
E. Conduct

Military

Evaluates degree of adherence to safety
procedures. A. Military
B. Performance
C. Professional Qualities
D. Leadership
E. Conduct

Performanceip

Evaluates conformity to rules, regulations,
and military standards through personal
behavior. A. Military
B. Performance
C. Professional Qualities
D. Leadership
E. Conduct

Conduct

Measures degree of commitment to the
Coast Guard, unit, supervisor and shipmates A. Military
B. Performance
C. Professional Qualities
D. Leadership
E. Conduct

C. Professional Qualities

The basic approach (s) to eliminate drug and alcohol abuse in the Coast Guard is(are):
a. Awareness
b. Education
c. Positive leadership
d. All of the above7

d. All of the above

Members involved in a drug incident with less than ______of service are separated by
reason of misconduct.
a. 8 years
b. 10 years
c. 12 years
d. 15 yearse7

a. 8 yearsc

PDR entries (Administrative Remarks [CG-3307]) for enlisted personnel/memos for
officers are required reflecting:
a. All alcohol incidents
b. Action taken
c. A warning that any subsequent alcohol incident is grounds for separation
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

A self-referral is NOT considered an alcohol incident.
a. True
b. FalsebÀMA

a. True

__True
__False
1. In order for an action to be considered an alcohol incident, alcohol must be
consumed by the member.

__TrueA

__True
__False
2. Members involved in a third alcohol incident are to be processed for
separation.fla

__TrueA

__True
__False
3. PDR entries do not fulfill the requirement for a probationary period when
contemplating discharge action.

__False

__True
__False
4. A command can direct a member for assessment screening if there is
reasonable suspicion.

__TrueA

__True
__False
5. Members who are diagnosed as drug or alcohol dependent must be offered
treatment prior to separationtion.

__TrueA

__True
__False
6. Administrative inspections using urinalysis testing are not permittedavior.

__False

Your body's initial response to stress is a ________ one.
a. psychological
b. chemical
c. physical
d. None of the aboveon.

b. chemical

You need to stabilize the responses your body produces to meet stressful challenges to
reduce ________.
a. wear and tear on your body
b. possibility of muscle and skeletal disorders
c. possibility of sexual disorders
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

Stressors can be categorized to include the following:
a. Work-related
b. Environmental
c. Self-imposed
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

Personal life stressors include:
a. Traffic
b. Long periods of unfavorable weather
c. Dealing with injury or illness
d. Promotionn/x

c. Dealing with injury or illness

Suicide is among this nation's _______ leading causes of death.
a. Three
b. Five
c. Ten
d. Fifteenla

c. TenA

Suicide prevention includes:
a. Concern of a friend
b. Recognizing danger signs
c. Encouraging the person to talk openly and candidly
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

3. An indication(s) of suicide that requires action is:
a. Marked behavioral change
b. Mental depression
c. Suicidal comment
d. All of the abovehÀ

d. All of the above

4. Suicide threats can be said:
a. In a direct manner
b. In a subtle hint
c. In a joking manner
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

__True
__False
The Coast Guard Ombudsman Program is also available to Reserves members
and their dependents

__TrueA

__True
__False
A volunteer spouse could serve as an Ombudsmano

__TrueA

__True
__False
The Ombudsman serves as a link between a Coast Guard Command and
headquarters staff.la

__False

__True
__False
Contact the Ombudsmen Coordinator at headquarters to obtain ombudsman
services.taff.la

__False

__True
__False
With the exception of family violence, all discussions with an Ombudsman are
kept strictly confidential above

__TrueA

__True
__False
Ombudsmen provide information on activities of interest to family members.ior.

__TrueA

Protect hazardous waste workers and emergency
responders from hazardous substance releasesior. A. First Responder
Awareness Level
B. Potential hazards analysis
C. First Responder
Operations Level
D. HAZWOPER regulations
E. Emergency response

HAZWOPER regulationsl

Contain the release from spreading A. First Responder
Awareness Level
B. Potential hazards analysis
C. First Responder
Operations Level
D. HAZWOPER regulations
E. Emergency response

C. First Responder
Operations Levele

A response effort to an occurrence that results in an
uncontrolled release of a hazardous substancef. A. First Responder
Awareness Level
B. Potential hazards analysis
C. First Responder
Operations Level
D. HAZWOPER regulations
E. Emergency response

E. Emergency response

Determines type PPE and First Responder training
needed A. First Responder
Awareness Level
B. Potential hazards analysis
C. First Responder
Operations Level
D. HAZWOPER regulations
E. Emergency response

B. Potential hazards analysisî>

Notify authorities of a hazardous substance release A. First Responder
Awareness Level
B. Potential hazards analysis
C. First Responder
Operations Level
D. HAZWOPER regulations
E. Emergency response

A. First Responder
Awareness Levelle

Is a precaution to provide temporary special
instructions. A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

Caution Tag

Is orange in color. A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

D. Out-of-Calibration Labelisî>

Identifies instruments that will not accurately
indicate parameters A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

D. Out-of-Calibration Labelisî>

Prohibits operation of equipment that could
jeopardize safety of personnel or equipment A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

A. Danger Tag

Indicates instrument is unreliable and must be
repaired. A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

C. Out-of-Commission Label

Is yellow in color A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

B. Caution Tag

Under NO circumstances can equipment be
operated. A. Danger Tag
B. Caution Tag
C. Out-of-Commission Label
D. Out-of-Calibration Label

A. Danger Tagg

1. Before the Authorizing Officer signs a tag, what log(s) must be completed?
a. Instrument Log
b. Tag-out Index
c. Tag-out List
d. Tag-out Record Sheete

b. Tag-out Index. c. Tag-out Record Sheet

2. Who is responsible for filling out the majority of the information on a tag or label?
a. Repair Activity
b. Authorizing Officer
c. Person doing the work
d. Person checking the tag

c. Person doing the work

3. Does the out-of-calibration label need to be checked by someone in the same manner as a
tag?
a. Always
b. Occasionally
c. Only for specific instruments
d. Never

a. Always

4. When attaching a label, what documentation must be completed.
a. Tag-out Record Sheet
b. Tag-out Record Sheet Continue
c. Tag-out Index
d. Instrument Log

d. Instrument Log

3. The hazard communication tool in the Coast Guard for informing employees of hazardous
materials in the workplace is called _________.
a. Hazardous Chemicals Agenda
b. MSDS Bulletin Board
c. Right-to-Know Station
d. All of the above

c. Right-to-Know Station

4. The material safety data sheets must contain the following information:
a. Measures to combat accidental release of chemicals
b. Handling and storage of hazardous materials
c. Means of safe disposal of hazardous materials
d. All of the above

d. All of the above.tion

Anti-US terrorist group is operationally active and attacks
personnel as its preferred method of operation. Or a group
uses large casualty producing attacks as its preferred method
and has limited operational activity. The operating
environment is neutral. A. High
B. Significant
C. Moderate
D. Low

B. Significant²

Terrorist groups are present but there is no indication of anti-
US activity. The operating environment favors the host
nation/US. A. High
B. Significant
C. Moderate
D. Low

C. Moderateant²

No terrorist group is detected or the group activity is nonthreatening. A. High
B. Significant
C. Moderate
D. Low

D. LowA

Anti-US terrorist group is operationally active and uses large
casualty producing attacks as their preferred method of
operation. There is a substantial DoD presence and the
operating environment favors the terrorist. A. High
B. Significant
C. Moderate
D. Low

A. High

Circle the information you might collect on a typical bomb threat report or checklist.
a. Caller's voice
b. Background sounds
c. Psychological profile
d. Questions to ask
e. Threat language

a. Caller's voice
b. Background sounds d. Questions to ask
e. Threat language

The Coast Guard was born A. 1808
B. 1841
C. 1866
D. 1885
E. 1915

E. 1915

Specialty or rating marks for petty officers became official. A. 1808
B. 1841
C. 1866
D. 1885
E. 1915

C. 1866

The Navy recognized three classes of petty officers: First, Second, and
Third. A. 1808
B. 1841
C. 1866
D. 1885
E. 1915

D. 1885

The petty officer rate became official. A. 1808
B. 1841
C. 1866
D. 1885
E. 1915

A. 1808

Naval petty officers got their first rate insignia

B. 1841

__ True
__ False
2. The office of the MCPOCG was established by order of the Commandant

__ False

1. As a rule, the petty officer's __________ dictates the level of authority, responsibility, and
accountability.
a. Commanding officer
b. Senior petty officer
c. Rate
d. Expertise

c. Rate

2. Title 14 USC, section 89, gives petty officers authority to board a vessel under U.S.
jurisdiction at any time and ________.
a. Inspect and search the vessel
b. Examine ship documents and papers
c. Address inquiries to those on board
d. All of the above.>

d. All of the above.born

Rating Force Master Chiefs are tasked to __________.
a. Oversee development of Enlisted Performance Qualifications (EPQs)
b. Coach
c. Interrogate personnel on board
d. All of the above.

d. All of the above.born

1. The system the Coast Guard uses to grow its workforce into leaders.
a. Leadership Development
b. Effective Leadership
c. Leadership Competencies
d. Leadership Performance Expectations

a. Leadership Development

2. To achieve desired results by providing the right tools, information, and working
environment, and fostering commitment among your followers.
a. Leadership Development
b. Effective Leadership
c. Leadership Competencies
d. Leadership Performance Expectations

b. Effective Leadership

3. The leadership knowledge, skills, attitudes, and abilities that the Coast Guard requires of
each individual.
a. Leadership Development
b. Effective Leadership
c. Leadership Competencies
d. Leadership Performance Expectations

d. Leadership Performance Expectations.

4. Measurable behavioral patterns essential to leading.
a. Leadership Development
b. Effective Leadership
c. Leadership Competencies
d. Leadership Performance Expectations

c. Leadership Competencies

1. A local telephone company has sent an unsolicited complimentary 30-minute prepaid
calling card (each worth $20.00) to every member of a Coast Guard command in
appreciation for their service to our country. (Some cynics contend that this was a blatant
public relation gimmick.) The telephone company's name and logo are printed in bold
colors on each calling card.
Can all command members accept the gift calling card?ú ö

Yes. All command members can accept the gift calling cards as the card is an individual gift
offered to each member of the command. Since each gift card is offered because of the
intended recipient's Coast Guard status, the general gift rule applies...unless an exception
permits it, no member of the command can accept any gift from any outside source that is
offered because of the member's federal status or position.
However, an exception does apply in this case. Because the calling card is a non-cash gift
and each individual card does not exceed $20, each member of the command is permitted
to accept the calling card. But the aggregate value of all gifts from that source during a
calendar year cannot exceed $50.
Refer to Sections 2.C of COMDTINST M5370.8B (Standards of Ethical Conduct). For
any questions concerning gifts, contact an ethics attorney

2. PO Purple is the president of the local Enlisted Petty Officer Association (EPOA). The
Association is composed of all Petty Officers assigned to the command. PO Purple, as the
Association president, wants to conduct an Association fundraiser at her command. The
raised funds would help pay for corrective laser eye surgery for the command's armorer,
who is also the small arms marksmanship instructor. PO Purple wants to solicit cash
donations from members of the command.
Can PO Purple conduct her fundraiser?

Yes. PO Purple can conduct the fundraiser but with certain restrictions. If she obtains the CO's
approval, PO Purple is permitted to solicit cash donations for the picnic from all Petty
Officers in the command. And she can use her office computer and the e-mail system to
solicit the donations. However, she cannot solicit donations from any other members of
the command.

As an MWR event, CPO Friendly's command is having a well-deserved family day picnic.
The Executive Officer has given the command's Spouse Club permission to set up a booth at
the picnic and to conduct a fundraising pastry sale and raffle. Raffle proceeds will be used to
purchase subscriptions to the award-winning Ethics in Government magazine for unit
members about to depart on a long patrol.
Three of the prizes being raffled off include opportunities for dependent children of lucky
winners to ride in a small boat, ride in a helo, and to spend a workday with Chief Friendly.
After being chastised for trying to fix his brother-in-law's citation (scenario #6), Chief
Friendly has become much more sensitive to ethics issues and wonders whether it is ethical
(or wise) to raffle off an opportunity for children to spend a day with him.
Can Chief Friendly go along with this raffle

No
Good for Chief Friendly! He has reason to be concerned. He knows that a raffle is a form of
gambling, even if all prizes are noncash prizes. In addition, depending on where it is
conducted and who participates, the raffle might be prohibited by state law, federal
regulation, or Coast Guard regulation. Also, it is an ethics violation to use Coast Guard
property, personnel, or access to personnel as a fundraising prize ö

4. PO O'Hara is a highly skilled computer technician assigned to Coast Guard
Headquarters. He works alongside several highly-paid civilian computer technicians.
The civilian technicians are employees of a contractor, Fix-It, who has a support
contract with the Coast Guard. Although Fix-It employees try their best to keep the
computers fully functional, the problems that plague the HQ computers could be
alleviated if the support contractor had more technicians on the job.
A Fix-It representative contacts PO O'Hara and offers him what appears to be an
outrageously high sum of money to work as an off-duty employee on the weekends. PO
O'Hara's Coast Guard duties do not require him to work weekends, to supervise any
Fix-It employees, nor to participate in any matters involving the support contractor.
PO O'Hara sees no conflict of interest and decides to accept the job offer. Was this a
good decision?

No
This was not a good decision. PO O'Hara has read scenario #7 and scenario #8 and
now knows that Section 2.I.1 of COMDTINST M5370.8B provides ethics guidance
about off-duty employment. However, he hasn't followed up and read paragraph 16.E
of the Personnel Manual, COMDTINST M1000.6(series).
When he does, PO O'Hara will find out that all Coast Guard personnel are ordinarily
barred from off-duty employment with any company that has direct business dealings
with the Coast Guard.k Øýj

5. CPO Honest has been told by a shipmate that, because of his duties, Chief Honest must
file a Confidential Financial Disclosure Report (CFDR). CPO Honest wants to do the
right thing, but he is reluctant to disclose his finances to strangers.
Is information readily available to CPO Honest about whether he is obligated to file a
CFDR?

Yes
CPO Honest needs to start with Section 2.E.9 of COMDTINST M5370.8B (Standards of
Ethical Conduct). That paragraph will refer him to the Coast Guard Financial Disclosure
Instruction, which will provide him with CFDR information.
CPO Honest should then contact his servicing Ethics attorney.

Right to speak to an attorney 1. Probable cause search
2. UCMJ infractions
3. EMI
4. Rights of the accused

4. Rights of the accused

Right to an inventory of seized items. 1. Probable cause search
2. UCMJ infractions
3. EMI
4. Rights of the accused

1. Probable cause search

Right NOT to attend supplemental training on Sabbath. 1. Probable cause search
2. UCMJ infractions
3. EMI
4. Rights of the accused

3. EMI

Right to request a particular mast representative 1. Probable cause search
2. UCMJ infractions
3. EMI
4. Rights of the accused

2. UCMJ infractions

Ensures the member is counseled A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

C. Approving Officialsed

Darkens in the appropriate ovals A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

B. Marking Official

Complies with the change procedures in Article
10.B.10.b. A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

C. Approving Officialsed

Evaluates performance and places an "X" within
the appropriate oval. A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

A. Supervisor

Ensures all required written comments are
provided. A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

C. Approving Officialsed

Enters the numerical equivalent in the "Mark"
column. A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

B. Marking Official

Gathers input on a subordinate's performance and
behavior. A. Supervisor
B. Marking Official
C. Approving Official
D. Appeal Authority

A. Supervisor

Evaluates degree of cooperation with other people or
units to achieve common goals. A. Performance
B. Leadership
C. Military
D. Professional Qualities
E. Conduct

D. Professional Qualities

Evaluates extent of well-groomed appearance in
uniform A. Performance
B. Leadership
C. Military
D. Professional Qualities
E. Conduct

C. Military è}B

Evaluates degree to which personnel and material resources
are used.

A. Performance

Evaluates degree of conformance to military tradition,
customs, and courtesies A. Performance
B. Leadership
C. Military
D. Professional Qualities
E. Conduct

E. Conductance

Must provide written comments for E-6 personnel
evaluation.

B. Leadershipe

4. Members may request advance pay for up to ______.
a. 2 months
b. 3 months
c. 4 months
d. 5 months

b. 3 monthsipe

3. Temporary Lodging Allowance (TLA) is authorized for a period NOT more than ______.
a. 30 days
b. 45 days
c. 60 days
d. 75 daysn/x

c. 60 dayssipe

1. When assigning members, personnel administration follows basic assumption(s) Service
needs.
a. Service needs
b. Billet structure
c. Members are fully qualified to perform their rate duties
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

2. The assignment year begins on ________.
a. January 1st
b. June 1st
c. August 1st
d. October 1sths

d. October 1st

3. Personnel seeking to fill special assignments must ________.
a. Make their request in writing to their immediate supervisor
b. Submit an application to PSC
c. Submit an application to their special assignment officer
d. All of the aboveabove

c. Submit an application to their special assignment officerWun£

4. Panels determine the best candidate for the position of ________.
a. Command Cadre
b. Recruiting
c. Company Commander
d. All of the above

d. All of the above

1. All personnel in the current assignment year are _______.
a. Not required to submit electronic resumes.
b. Required to submit electronic resumes.
c. Not required to apply for the SWE.
d. Required to apply for the SWE.

b. Required to submit electronic resumes

2. Passwords must be at least ________characters long.
a. 4
b. 6
c. 8
d. 10

c. 8

3. Passwords expire every _______.
a. 30 days
b. 60 days
c. 90 days
d. 120 dayspment

c. 90 days

4. A reminder alerts you days before password expiration.
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 7yspment

a. 2

Continuous, systematic process of identifying and controlling a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability
risks in all activitiesnt

c. Operational Risk
Managements

Real or potential condition that can endanger a mission a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

e. Hazard

Degree of damage, injury, or impact on a mission a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

d. Severity

The determined chance of personal injury or property
damage or loss.g. a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

b. Risk

Unplanned event(s) causing death, injury, occupational
illness, or damage a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

a. Mishap

The amount of time or equipment, and/or number of cycles
or people involved in a given event a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

h. Exposure

The likelihood an individual event will occur a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

i. Probability

Systematic process of evaluating various risk levels for
specific hazards a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

f. Risk assessment

Specific scaled risk degrees determined by the ORM process a. Mishap
b. Risk
c. Operational Risk
Management
d. Severity
e. Hazard
f. Risk assessment
g. Risk rating scale
h. Exposure
i. Probability

g. Risk rating scalee

__True
__False
1. Coast Guard response personnel can come from the Coast Guard
Auxiliary.t

__TrueA

__True
__False
2. The Incident Commander is the highest-ranking person at the unit.snt

__False

__True
__False
3. The Incident Command System is a standardized response management
system

__TrueA

__True
__False
4. The principles of the NIMS ICS are limited to certain types of incidents.

__False

__True
__False
5. In the ICS, each agency participating in the response is dependent on the
initial responding agency.

__False

__True
__False
1. Any machine part, function, or process that could cause injury must have
safeguards in place.

__TrueA

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