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Vol 2. Unit 1. Safety and Information Systems Planning
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How many US workers were killed on the job in 2014?
More than 4,600.
What is the name of the Air Forces' safety program?
Mishap Prevention Program (MPP).
What AFI implements the installation safety offices' Mishap Prevention Program?
AFI 91-202, The US Air Force Mishap Prevention Program.
What agency dictates what must be accomplished in the workplace, but not necessarily, how it will be accomplished?
Who is responsible for the safety of their facilities and personnel, including the correction of all hazards and deficiencies in their work places?
What should you do when there is conflicting safety guidance?
Apply the guidance that offers the most protection.
6. Match the characteristics of each situation to its corresponding title.
____ (1) Follow all OSHA safety and health standards.
a. Employers must.
____ (2) Working conditions that do not pose a risk.
b. Employees have the right to.
____ (3) Receive training about chemicals and hazards.
____ (4) Review records of work-related injuries.
____ (5) Keep records of work-related injuries.
____ (6) Not retaliate against any worker.
____ (7) File a complaint.
What AF series publications make up AFOSH standards?
AF 91-series publications
What office/individual is responsible for managing proactive on- and off-duty safety programs?
Installation Safety Office.
What office/individual manages the occupational and environmental health surveillance program according to AF guidance?
What office/individual is responsible for implementing a safety and health program in their unit or area of responsibility?
Who is required to complete the AF Risk Management Fundamentals course?
What office/individual is responsible for developing JSTOs?
What are the three sub-categories of human factors?
What are some physiological factors that can contribute to an unsafe attitude?
Unhealthy emotions, job or domestic pressures, distractions, job knowledge, shift work, hurrying or feeling rushed.
What are some examples of physical factors?
Fatigue, strength limits, lack of sleep, ergonomic design constraints, drugs/alcohol
Who is responsible to mitigate human factors?
What should be done before considering the use of PPE?
Hazards should be engineered out if possible, substituting a less hazardous material or process, isolation of operations, workaround procedures, rearranging or moving elevated or tall objects or furniture, or providing administrative controls whenever possible.
When shall PPE be used?
Whenever there are hazards that can do bodily harm through absorption, inhalation or physical contact.
Within the office space what is the most common hazard?
List the most common causes of office falls.List the most common causes of office falls.
(1) Tripping over an open desk or file drawer, cords, loose carpet, or objects in walkways.
(2) Bending or reaching for something while seated in an unstable chair.
(3) Using a chair in place of a ladder.
(4) Slipping on wet floors.
(5) Inadequate lighting.
What could be the consequences of a workplace horseplay incident?
Workplace horseplay incidents may lead to serious injurie or death at work, divide the workplace, and prevent employees from getting their jobs done.
Who is responsible to ensure that all employees have access to a safe, respectful, and harassment free place to work?
What AFI provides detailed guidance of office safety?
AFI 91-203, Air Force Consolidated Occupational Safety Instruction
Who is responsible for developing and maintaining a training and certification system to ensure employee training on fire prevention and protection responsibilities?
The facility manager and supervisors.
Fires in facilities are usually attributed to what factors?
Improper use, selection or placement of heaters, coffee makers, holiday decorations or improper storage or disposal of flammable and combustible materials.
What three items are needed to complete the fire triangle?
(3) Air (oxygen).
What are the four ways to put out a fire?
(1) Cool the burning material (fuel).
(2) Eliminate oxygen from the reaction.
(3) Remove the fuel.
(4) Break the chemical reaction.
List the classes of fires.
Class A, B, C, D, K.
What does the PASS acronym stand for?
Pull Aim Squeeze Sweep.
What determines the severity of electric shock?
Amount and duration of current flow
When are you required to have a safety observer when installing or repairing C&I systems, communication cables and antenna systems that may expose you to energized equipment?
When the circuit voltage is above 600 volts or when low voltage circuits has a potential for high current flow.
What is the primary hazard associated with ladders?
When would you not use a metal framed ladder?
While working around energized electrical circuits
What AFI identifies activities where the wear of finger rings is prohibited?
Define risk management.
RM is a decision-making process used to systematically evaluate possible courses of action, identify risks, benefits, and determine the best course of action for any given situation
How many principles govern all actions associated with the management of risk?
What is an unnecessary risk?
Unnecessary risk comes without a commensurate return in terms of real benefits or available opportunities.
What are the five steps in the risks management process?
(1) Identify the hazards.
(2) Assess the hazards.
(3) Develop controls and make decisions.
(4) Implement controls.
(5) Supervise and evaluate.
What is the fundamental objective of risk management?
The fundamental objective of risk management is to enhance mission effectiveness at all levels while preserving assets and safeguarding the health and welfare of personnel.
What is IT?
Any equipment, or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment, that is used in the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information by the Executive Agency.
What is a NSS?
Any IS operated by the US government that involves intelligence activities, cryptologic activities related to national security, command and control of military forces, weapons systems, or is critical to the fulfillment of military or intelligence missions is a NSS.
Is a payroll system a part of the NSS?
The DODAF specification contains how many volumes?
What architecture framework is designated as the framework for DOD architecture development?
Provide architecture concepts to guide development of architectures throughout the DOD in support of decision processes for departmental programs, military components, and capability areas focus on architectural data as information required for making critical decisions and deemphasize individual or independent architecture models.
List at least three ways that DODAF's architecture framework supports change in organizations through building and using architectures.
(1) Enhance decision-making processes by leveraging knowledge in existing architectures and opportunities for reusing existing information assets.
(2) Respond to stakeholder, customer, and client needs for effective and efficient processes, systems, services, and resource allocation.
(3) Provide mechanisms to manage configuration of the current state of the enterprise and to maintain validity of the expected performance.
(4) Analyze designs for future states of the enterprise.
(5) Establish baseline architectures for solutions under development
Where does the mandate to develop architectures come from?
Law, federal level requirements, DOD policies, and instructions.
What are enterprise architectures?
Enterprise architectures are formal blueprints for methodically and completely defining an organization's current (baseline) or desired (target) operational process and enabling environment.
What was the name of the system that was employed before the CIPS?
What is the approved automated information system for planning, installing, and managing the AF cyberspace infrastructure?
Documents generated in CIPS are historical documentation, how long will the records remain associated with the equipment?
Throughout the equipment's life cycle.
What three parts make up the Communications and Information Systems Installation Record?
Administrative record, drawing record, and maintenance record
What are legacy records that provide a history and audit trail for AF systems?
What records depict physical layout of communications and information systems and provide engineering data?
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