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CDC volume 2 Self-Test Questions
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what is the name of the Air Force's Safety program
Mishap Prevention Program (MPP).
What AFI implements the installation safety offices' 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
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
How many US workers were killed on the job in 2014?
more than 4600
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 pressure, distractions, job knowledge, shift work, hurrying or feeling rushed
who is responsible to mitigate human factors?
we are all responsible
what should be done before considering the use of PPE?
remove hazards by substituting a less hazardous material or less hazardous process
when shall PPE be used
Whenever there are hazards that can do bodily harm through absorption, inhalation or physical contact.
list the most common causes of office falls.
tripping over an open desk or file drawer, cords, loose carpet
Rough or boisterous play or pranks that occur in the workplace.
what could be the consequences of a workplace horseplay incident?
serious injuries and death
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
who is responsible for developing and maintaining a training and certification system to ensure employee training on fire prevention and protection responsibilities
facility manager and supervisors
Fires in facilities are usually attributed to what factors?
improper use, selection or placement of heaters, coffee makers, holiday decoration or improper storage or disposal of flammable and combustible materials
what three items are needed to complete the fire triangle?
what are the four ways to put out a fire?
cool the burning material,
eliminate oxygen from the reaction, remove the fuel and
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.
what is the primary hazard associated with ladders?
when you may be exposed to voltage higher than 600 volts
when would you not use a metal framed ladder?
while working with electricity
What AFI identifies activities where the wear of finger rings is prohibited?
define risk management
a process designed to detect, assess and control risk while enhancing performance and maximizing combat capabilities
how many principles govern all actions associated with the management of risk?
what is the fundamental objective of risk management?
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 or reception of data or information
What is a NSS?
national security system
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
Where does the mandate to develop architectures come from?
law, federal level requirements
what are enterprise architectures?
formal blueprints for methodically and completely defining an organizations current or desire 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 its life cycle
what are legacy records that provid a history and audit trail for AF systems?
what records depict physical layout of communications and information systems and provide engineering data?
In what year was the OSI model published and by whom?
1984 by the International standards organization
What ability does the OSI model provide
The ability for both hardware and software to communicate with each other across any type of media.
What two unique categories make up the seven layers of the OSI reference model?
application and data link
Describe the application layers
the highest layer, it deals with the user interface, formatting data and access to applications
what layer generally only implements in software?
which layer of the OSI model is closest to the end user and interacts directly with the software application?
what are two key types of application-layer implementations?
TCP/IP and osi applications
Which layer establishes virtual circuits?
which layer of the OSI model provides logical addressing as opposed to physical addressing?
Who subdivided the Data Link layer into two sub layers and what are the sub layers called.
IEEE subdivided the data link layer into logical link control and media access control
Which specification allows for unique identification at the data link layer?
media access control (MAC)
What does the physical layer of the OSI model define?
defines the electrical, mechanical, procedural, and functional specifications for activating, maintaining, and deactivating the physical link between communicating network systems.
What do we call a device that sits at the intersection of two or more transmission paths and switches traffic among those paths?
A networks topology consists of the physical and logical arrangement of its stations in relation to one another
If the topology cannot be seen or touched what type is it?
what considerations should you take when choosing a topology?
The type of equipment the network needs, capabilities of the equipment, growth of the network, and management of the network
Name the two most common physical typologies
bus topology and star topology
What is another name for a bus topology?
What IEEE standard applies to bus networks?
list the advantages of ring topology.
data packets can travel at greater speeds
there are no collisions
it is easier to locate problems with devices and cable
which topology has cable segments connected to a centralized component?
which topology is the most common physical topology in Ethernet LANs?
What advantage does the extended star offer over the star topology?
the ability to cover greater distances for the central switch to the end stations by adding repeaters or additional connectivity devices to the segments
what ensures effective, secure and efficient delivery of DOD IT communications?
standards, policies and procedures
List at least two of the standards used throughout the DOD to govern IT
DISA instructions, MIL-STD
what are the two classifications of transport protocols?
connection-oriented and connectionless-oriented
In connection-oriented systems, what must happen prior to transfer of any data?
the connection is established between the sender and the recipient
list four protocols that use TCP
what layer defines end-to-end connectivity between host applications?
The Transport layer
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