Naval Personnel NAVEDTRA 43119-J (CH-1 INCORPORATED) Development Command July 2008

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD
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DAMAGE CONTROL (DC)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 INTRODUCTION ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5 SUMMARY OF CHANGES----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 WATCHSTATION REQUALIFICATIONS----------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 ACRONYMS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS-------------------------------------------------------------13 Damage Control (DC) Safety Precautions -----------------------------------------------------------15 Damage Control (DC) Communications/Symbology ----------------------------------------------19 Firefighting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------25 Basic Damage Control (DC)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------29 First-Aid and Rescue --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------33 Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Defense ------------------------------------------37 Damage Control (DC) Organization -------------------------------------------------------------------42 Fire Watch ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------44 Conflagration -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------45 Battle Damage Repair ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------46 Hazardous Material Control and Management (HMC&M) Program---------------------------49 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management System and Software --------------51 Investigation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------52 Stability -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------54 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS-----------------------------------------------------------------------57 Damage Control (DC) Communications--------------------------------------------------------------59 Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD) -----------------------------------------------------61 Oxygen Breathing Apparatus (OBA) ------------------------------------------------------------------64 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) -------------------------------------------------------66 Personal Protective Clothing Equipment -------------------------------------------------------------69 Watertight Closures/Hull Fittings -----------------------------------------------------------------------71 Portable Firefighting Equipment ------------------------------------------------------------------------73 Portable Damage Control (DC) Equipment----------------------------------------------------------75 Installed Fire Extinguishing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------77 Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) -----------------------------------------------------------------79 Firemain ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------82 Access/Overhaul Equipment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------84 Ventilation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------85 Installed Drainage------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------87 Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Detection And Decontamination Equipment----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------89 Casualty Power Distribution -----------------------------------------------------------------------------92 Dewatering Equipment/Pumps -------------------------------------------------------------------------94 Crash and Salvage Equipment -------------------------------------------------------------------------97 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT'D)
219 220 221 222 223 224 225 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 Page Conflagration Station --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------98 Pipe Repair/Patching------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 100 Plugging Kit Equipment--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 103 Shoring------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 105 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management ----------------------------------------- 107 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Breathing Air Charging System (BACS) 108 Installed Water Mist Fire Extinguishing ------------------------------------------------------------- 112 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS --------------------------------------------------------- 115 Basic Damage Control (DC) Communications---------------------------------------------------- 117 Basic First-Aid--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 125 Basic Firefighting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 131 Fire Watch Stander -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 145 Basic Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Defense-------------------------------- 151 Basic Damage Control (DC)--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 159 Advanced Damage Control (DC)--------------------------------------------------------------------- 171 Team Leader ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 181 Advanced Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Defense Person --------------- 189 Advanced First-Aid/Stretcher Bearer---------------------------------------------------------------- 205 Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF)/Transfer Station Operator ---------------------------- 211 Repair Party Investigator ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 217 Scene Leader --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 225 Conflagration Station Operator ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 235 Crash and Salvage Crewman/Rescueman --------------------------------------------------------- 243 Crash and Salvage Scene Leader -------------------------------------------------------------------- 251 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management System and Software Operator- 257 Repair Party Leader ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 263 Repair Party Electrician--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 271 Damage Control Training Team (DCTT) Member------------------------------------------------- 277

QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY----------------------------------------------------------------- 287 LIST OF REFERENCES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 291

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The PQS Development Group gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the following personnel in writing this PQS: LT DCCM (SW) DCCM (SW/AW) DCCM (SW/AW) DCCM (SW) EMCM (SW) GSCM (SW) HMCM (SW) ABHCS (AW/SW) DCCS (SW/AW) DCCS (SW) DCCS (SW) DCCS (SW) DCC (SW) Mr. Mr. Mr. J. COLON L. DEBEAU K. TUCKER D. THERIAULT M. WEATHERS C. ADONGA G. HESTER A. JOAQUIN M. LAURICELLA D. ARREOLA J. DEWITT R. ORASON D. WILMORE P. NELSON C. LANSING R. ROLLER J. SMITH SWOS ATGLANT PCU USS BUSH NAVSEA CNAF ATGPAC CNSF ATGPAC CNE SWOS SWOS CNSF ATGPAC LSD/LPD 17 CLASSRON NAVSEA NSWCDD NSWCDD

Center for Naval Engineering PQS Development Group personnel who provided direct support for this PQS: Ms. DELPHINE LONG PROGRAM MANAGER

The Model Manager for this PQS: CENTER FOR NAVAL ENGINEERING DSN 564-5332

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QUALIFIER The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the Commanding Officer to sign off individual watchstations.INTRODUCTION PQS PROGRAM This PQS program is a qualification system for officers and enlisted personnel where certification of a minimum level of competency is required prior to qualifying to perform specific duties. aircraft or unit. CANCELLATION This Standard cancels and supersedes NAVEDTRA 43119-I. The means of maintaining this listing is at the discretion of individual commands. For more information on the duties and responsibilities of PQS Qualifiers. TAILORING To command tailor this package. see the PQS Unit Coordinator’s Guide. Retain the approved master copy on file for use in tailoring individual packages. aircraft or support system. must have completed the PQS they are authorized to sign off. fundamentals. the package should be reviewed by the cognizant department head and required changes approved by the Commanding Officer or his designated representative. MODEL MANAGER The Model Manager Command manages a specific PQS manual. security or proper operation of a ship. A PQS is a compilation of the minimum knowledge and skills that an individual must demonstrate in order to qualify to stand watches or perform other specific routine duties necessary for the safety. Qualifiers will normally be E-5 or above and. Finally. first have it reviewed by one or more of your most qualified individuals. add any line items. Next. as a minimum. This includes overseeing the process of monitoring and updating assigned PQS manuals from the standpoint of technical content and relevance within the community. The names of designated Qualifiers should be made known to all members of the unit or department. The objective of PQS is to standardize and facilitate these qualifications. 5 . APPLICABILITY This PQS is applicable to all naval ships. systems and watchstations/workstations that are unique to your command but not already covered in this package. Delete any portions covering systems and equipment not installed on your ship.

You may be required to complete another PQS. but where applicable. the user. You can tell us of new systems and requirements. however. The 300 Section (Watchstations) lists the tasks you will be required to satisfactorily perform in order to achieve final PQS qualification for a particular watchstation/workstation. It will also tell you which fundamentals and/or systems from this package you must complete prior to qualification at your watchstation/workstation. If such references are used. the PQS needs to be revised. The 200 Section (Systems) is designed to acquaint you with the systems you will be required to operate at your watchstation/workstation. or of errors you find. Before getting started. turn to the 300 Section first and find your watchstation/workstation. REFERENCES The references used during the writing of this PQS package were the latest available to the workshop. detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section.INTRODUCTION (CONT’D) CONTENTS PQS is divided into three sections. NOTES Classified references may be used in the development of PQS. TRAINEE Your supervisor will tell you which watchstations/workstations you are to complete and in what order. telling us either in a letter or via the Feedback Report contained in the back of this book. All three sections may not apply to this PQS. a school. 6 . Good luck! PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS This PQS was developed using information available at the time of writing. The only way the PQS Development Group knows of these changes is by you. If you have any questions or are unable to locate references. or other watchstations/workstations within this package. the most current references available should be used when qualifying with this Standard. When equipment and requirements change. The 100 Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge from technical manuals and other texts necessary to satisfactorily understand the watchstation/workstation duties. do not make notes in this book as answers to questions in this Standard may be classified. contact your supervisor or qualifier. This will tell you what you should do before starting your watchstation/workstation tasks.

Biological. and Radiological (CBR) Detection Damage Control (DC) Organization Battle Damage Repair Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management System and Software System Title Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD)/Supplementary Emergency Egress Devise System Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) System Watertight Closures/Hull Fittings System Portable Damage Control (DC) Equipment System Installed Fire Extinguishing System Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFF) System Firemain System Access/Overhaul Equipment System Ventilation System Installed Drainage System Chemical.SUMMARY OF CHANGES CHANGES TO FUNDAMENTALS. AND WATCHSTATIONS: Fundamental Title Safety Damage Control (DC) Communications/Symbology Basic Damage Control Basic Chemical. Biological. SYSTEMS. and Radiological (CBR) Detection and Decontamination Equipment System Action Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Comment Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Action Modified Comment Updated to reflect current information Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information 7 .

8 .SUMMARY OF CHANGES (CONT’D) Casualty Power Distribution System Conflagration Station System Pipe Repair/Patching System Shoring System Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Breathing Air System Watchstation Title Damage Control Communications Basic Firefighting Basic Chemical. Biological. Biological. Added Team Leader as a pre-requisite. Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information. Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information. and Radiological (CBR) Defense Basic Damage Control Advanced Damage Control Team Leader Advanced Chemical. Added ILE courses as recommended pre-requisite. and Radiological (CBR) Defense Person Scene Leader Crash and Salvage Crewman/Rescueman Repair Locker Leader Damage Control Training Team (DCCT) Member Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Updated to reflect current information Action Modified Added Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Comment Updated to reflect current information Required course added to prerequistes Updated to reflect current information. Added Ventilation System Updated to reflect current information.

shall be completed. Ch.WATCHSTATION REQUALIFICATIONS Due to changes in policies. The following watchstations regardless of qualifications achieved in previous versions. 9 . systems. 5. or procedures. PQS Unit Coordinator’s Guide. personnel dealing with the subject matter of this PQS may be required to requalify IAW NAVEDTRA 43100-1F. None.

ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS Not all acronyms or abbreviations used in this PQS are defined here. ALO APC BACS CANA CBR CCA CMWD CPR CPS CTA DCA DCAMS DCO DCRS DCTT DFU EEBD EMP EWARP FFE FO HHA HM HP IMS IVCS JBPDS JSLIST LO MOPP MPE NAPP PECU PHARS PJHS PKP RIP Action Lightweight Overboot Aqueous Potassium Carbonate Breathing Air Charging System Convulsion Antidote for Nerve Agent Chemical Biological Radiological Contamination Control Area Counter Measure Washdown Cardio-pulmonaire Ressuscitation Collective Protection System Casualty Triage Area Damage Control Assistant Damage Control Action Management Software Damage Control Officer Damage Control Repair Station Damage Control Training Team Dry Filter Unit Emergency Escape Breathing Device Electromagnetic Pulse Emergency Water Activated Repair Patch Firefighting Ensemble Fuel Oil Hand Held Assay Hazardous Material High Pressure Inventory Management System Interior Voice Communication System Joint Biological Pint Detector System Joint Service Integrated Lightweight Suit Technology Lube Oil Mission Oriented Protective Posture Maximum Permissible Exposure Nerve Agent Pretreatment Pyridostigmine Portable Exothermic Cutting Unit Portable Hydraulic Access and Rescue System Pipe Jumper Hose System Potassium Bicarbonate Readiness Improvement Program 10 . use the references listed on the line item containing the acronym or abbreviation in question. The Subject Matter Experts from the Fleet who wrote this Standard determined the following acronyms or abbreviations may not be commonly known throughout their community and should be defined to avoid confusion. If there is a question concerning an acronym or abbreviation not spelled out on this page nor anywhere else in the Standard.

ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS (CONT’D) RPM SACPS SCBA TREE Repair Party Manual Selected Area Collective Protection System Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Transition Radiation Effect on Electronics 11 .

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If you are requalifying or have completed the appropriate schools. your Qualifier may require you to answer representative line items to determine if you have retained the necessary knowledge for your watchstation. Normally. If you have not been to school or if you need a refresher.1 INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS INTRODUCTION This PQS begins with a Fundamentals section covering the basic knowledge and principles needed to understand the equipment or duties to be studied. You should complete all required fundamentals before starting the systems and watchstation portions of this PQS. you may be asked any questions from the fundamentals required for your watchstation.100 100.2 HOW TO COMPLETE The fundamentals you will have to complete are listed in the watchstation (300 section) for each watchstation. All references cited for study are selected according to their credibility and availability. 13 . 100. you would have acquired the knowledge required in the Fundamentals section during the school phase of your training. since knowledge gained from fundamentals will aid you in understanding the systems and your watchstation tasks. your Qualifier will expect you to satisfactorily answer all line items in the fundamentals. If you are attempting initial qualification. If your command requires an oral board or written examination for final qualification. the references listed at the beginning of each fundamental will aid you in a self-study program. When you feel you have a complete understanding of one fundamental or more. contact your Qualifier.

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101 101 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS
References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] OPNAVINST 5100.19E, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR, Damage Controlman NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2, Damage Control, Practical Damage Control NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12, Surface Ship Firefighting EE100-BU-GYD-010, Damage Control Wirefree Communications System, AN/SRC-53(V) MX300R Limited, AN/SRC-53A(V) MX300R Full, AN/SRC-53A(V)1 Saber R Full, AN/SRC-53(V)1 LHA-1 Manufacturer's Technical Manual for Portable Exothermic Cutting Unit Scott Field Level Maintenance Manual for the Air-Pak 4.5 and 2.2 Instruction Manual, Jaws of Life Rescue Tools, JL32b, JL27 OPNAVINST 3500.39A, Operational Risk Management Technical Manual, Model WF-20 RAMFAN/Model RAMFAN 2000 OPNAVINST 3120.32C, Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U.S. Navy (SORM) State the safety precautions for portable electrical power tools. [ref. a, vol. I, ch. B7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the safety precautions associated with disposing of an expended OBA canister. [ref. b, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the safety precautions associated with the SCBA. [ref. g, sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 What are the dangers to personnel entering an unventilated space filled with CO2? [ref. d, sec. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 What precautions must be followed prior to re-entering a compartment flooded with HALON/HFP/HFP? [ref. d, sec. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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What are the personnel hazards involving HALON/HFP 1301/HFP when it is used to extinguish a fire in a compartment? [ref. d, sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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What are the products of HALON/HFP 1301/HFP when exposed to open flame? [ref. d, sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the hazards of HALON/HFP 1301/HFP to personnel. [ref. d, sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the proper procedures for opening a watertight closure when flooding is suspected on the opposite side. [ref. c, sec. 40] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the reasons for not using a solid stream of water on class B and C fires. [ref. d, sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss safety requirements prior to passing through watertight closures. [ref. a, vol. III, ch. D1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss safety requirements when opening accesses in bulkheads or decks that are normally closed. [ref. a, vol. III, ch. D1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the precautions to be observed when handling and stowing all compressed gas cylinders. [ref. a, vol. II, ch. C23] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 16

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Discuss the safety precautions associated with handling a submersible pump. [ref. d, sec. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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What are the dangers involved in the operation of an internal combustion engine below decks? [ref. d, sec. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the reason for using a strainer when using portable pumps. [ref. d, sec. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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What are the routes of travel to be followed when proceeding to general quarters, abandon ship, and man overboard stations? [ref. k, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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What hazards exist during the operation of the PECU? [ref. f, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the safety precautions to be observed when using wireless communications systems. [ref. e, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the precautions associated with using the Thermal Imager in a hot, smokefilled environment. [ref. d, sec. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the protection provided by the following safety equipment, including examples of shipboard evolutions that require their use: [ref. a, vol. I] a. b. Long-sleeved shirt/fire retardant coverall/apron [ch. B12] Goggles/face shields [ch. B5]

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c. d. e. f. Protective/rubber gloves [ch. B12] Safety shoes [ch. B12] Ear plugs/protectors [ch. B4] Life jacket [ch. B12]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 State the reasons for grounding the ramfan. [ref. j, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 State the hazards and ship wide impact associated with leaving sound-powered phone jackbox caps off after use. [ref. c, sec. 37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 Discuss the safety precautions associated with PHARS. [ref. h] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 State the safety precautions involving operation of equipment without proper machine guards. [ref. a, vol. II, ch. C1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .26 Discuss the concept of ORM. [ref. i] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .27 Explain the following as they apply to ORM: [ref. i] a. b. c. d. e. Identifying hazards Assessing hazards Making risk decisions Implementing controls Supervising

___________________________________ .28 Discuss the proper procedure for opening a pressurized sounding tube. [ref. a, vol. II, ch. B1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 18

102 102 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS/SYMBOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] NTTP 3-20.31 (Rev. A), Surface Ship Survivability [b] NAVEDTRA 14232, Sound Powered Phone Talker’s Manual [c] NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR, Damage Controlman [d] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2, Damage Control, Practical Damage Control

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For the following, draw the symbols used in DC communications: [ref. d, app. B] a. Fire (classes Unknown/A/B/C/D): 1. Class __ fire reported 2. Class __ fire engaged 3. No class __ fire Smoke (Unknown/White/Black): 1. __Smoke reported 2. __Smoke engaged 3. No __ smoke Heat Transfer 1. Heat transfer reported 2. Heat transfer engaged 3. No heat transfer Flooding: 1. Flooding reported 2. Flooding engaged 3. No flooding Ruptured system (MISC/AFFF/CW/ECW/FM/FO/HM/JP5/LO/PA/PW/STM/SW): 1. Rupture reported 2. Rupture engaged 3. No rupture Point of weapon impact: 1. Point of weapon impact reported 2. Point of weapon impact engaged 3. No point of weapon impact Fragmentation: 1. Fragmentation reported 2. Fragmentation engaged 3. No fragmentation Debris: 1. Debris reported 2. Debris engaged 3. No debris

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Electrical power lost reported 2. n. Lost communications engaged 3. Jammed access reported 2. Jammed access engaged 3. No mechanical failure Mechanical damage: 1. __ engaged 3. q. No__ j. No casualty power Casualty power lost: 1. Casualty power ordered reported 2. o. Mechanical failure reported 2. Lost communications reported 2. No casualty power lost Communications lost: 1. No lost communications Mechanical failure: 1.102 102. Casualty power lost reported 2. Mechanical damage engaged 3. p. No electrical power lost Electrical damage: 1. l. No structural damage Jammed access: 1. 20 . No mechanical damage Hazmat/toxic spill: 1. Casualty power lost engaged 3. Electrical power lost engaged 3. s.1 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS/SYMBOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) i. Mechanical damage reported 2. Hole engaged 3. __ reported 2. No jammed access Electrical power lost: 1. Structural damage engaged 3. No electrical damage Casualty power: 1. Hole reported 2. Electrical damage reported 2. Mechanical failure engaged 3. r. m. k. Electrical damage engaged 3. No hole Structural damage: 1. Casualty power engaged 3. Structural damage reported 2. Hole (OVHD/BHD/DECK): 1.

No chemical hazard Biological hazard: 1. Chemical hazard reported 2. Unexploded ordnance engaged 3. Secondary fire boundary ordered 2. Biological hazard engaged 3. Secondary fire boundary set Primary flooding boundaries: 1. Primary smoke boundary set Secondary smoke boundaries: 1. ad. Secondary smoke boundary set Crew casualty: (personnel) 1. Personnel casualty reported 2. Secondary casualty boundary ordered 2. Primary fire boundary set Secondary fire boundaries: 1. Flooding boundaries set Primary smoke boundaries: 1. Chemical hazard: 1. aa. Radiation hazard engaged 3 No radiation hazard Unexploded ordnance 1. z. v. ab. Primary fire boundary ordered 2. Biological hazard reported 2. Unexploded ordnance reported 2. Primary smoke boundary ordered 2. Primary casualty boundary set Secondary casualty boundaries: 1. Radiation hazard reported 2. No personnel casualty u. Primary flooding boundary set Secondary flooding boundaries: 1. y. Primary flooding boundary ordered 2. Secondary casualty boundary set Primary Fire boundaries: 1. Flooding boundaries ordered 2.1 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS/SYMBOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) t. ad. x. ae. ac.102 102. Personnel casualty engaged 3. No biological hazard Radiation hazard: 1. w. Secondary smoke boundary ordered 2. No unexploded ordnance Primary casualty boundaries: 1. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 21 . Chemical hazard engaged 3. Primary casualty boundary ordered 2.

k. w. j. c. q. ab. l. af. y. u. g. e. A] a. ad.2 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS/SYMBOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) State the abbreviations for the following DC terms: [ref. p. d. f. ac. x. n. holding. i. r. s. h. ag. aa. AFFF Air test cap Battle dressing station Bulkhead Collection. v. t. d. o. ah. ae.102 102. z. m. and transfer Chilled water Chilled water cutout valve CMWD system Compartment Cutout valve CPS Circle William DC Central DC repair station Deck drain valve Deck Drain EEBD Firefighting ensemble Firemain valve Fire plug Naval firefighter’s thermal imager Oxygen breathing apparatus Overboard Potable water Quick acting watertight door Quick acting watertight hatch Quick acting watertight scuttle SCBA Supply Sounding tube cap Tank Wire free communications Watertight ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 22 . b. app.

2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. 38] Ship's general announcing [ref. 2] Messengers [ref. 37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. chs. e. f. c. 37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. [ref. 4] Wire free/HYDRA [ref.8 Explain the procedure for securing from phone talking and storing sound-powered phones. ch. sec. d. 2] Intercom units [ref. sec. [ref. ch. b. 2] Ship's service telephones [ref. b. c. 37] IVCS [ref. Sound-powered telephone [ref. g. 4] DCAMS [ref. a.5 What are the three parts of a message? [ref. [ref. ch.102 102. a. c. sec. d. sec. [ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch.9 Explain the procedure for checking sound-powered phone operations when battle damage is sustained. ch.3 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS/SYMBOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the basic operation of the following DC communication systems: a. 37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. b. ch. d. ch. h. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 23 . d. sec.6 Explain the proper way to acknowledge a message. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2.4 State the rules for circuit discipline. sec. c.7 Explain the procedures for temporary leaving the circuit/relieving the phone talker. d.

c. i. a. ch. d.10 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS/SYMBOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the station communication priority reporting sequence used aboard your ship. ch. p. b. JA 4JG IJV 2JV 3JV 4JV 5JV 2JZ 3JZ 4JZ 5JZ 6JZ 7JZ 11JZ X4OJ X50J ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. h.11 State the titles of the following sound-powered telephone circuits and discuss their uses: [ref. a. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 State the titles of the following IVCS circuits: [ref. g. 4] a.102 102. o. 4] a. g. k. ch. m. c. h. e. l. d. f. n. c. f. [ref. e. j. N51 N53 N84 N85 N80 N81 N82 N86 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 24 .

b] a. Surface Ship Firefighting NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. explain why it must be treated as a special hazard. e. 8] Magnesium [sec. b. Flash point [Glossary] Fire point [Glossary] Spontaneous combustion [ch. c. sec.2 Define the following terms: [ref. 1] a. a] a. d. 1] 25 . Water CO2 AFFF PKP HALON/HFP APC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Explain the following extinguishing agents: [ref.4 For each of the following items identify what class of fire it falls under. a. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual NAVEDTRA 14109. sec.103 103 FIREFIGHTING FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. Gunner’s Mate 3 & 2 NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R3. [ref. and state the recommended extinguishing agent: [ref. f. b. d. c. a. b. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures Explain the fire tetrahedron and state how it relates to firefighting and fire prevention procedures. Lithium [sec. Damage Controlman NAVAIR 00-80R-14.S.1 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] Auto-ignition/self-ignition point [Glossary] 103. NATOPS U.

sec.9 Discuss the following as applied to fires and firefighting: a. 8] Otto fuel II [sec. a. [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. e. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the procedures and limitations of the Thermal Imager. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. g. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 26 . a. a. c. Deep fat fryer [sec. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. a. 1] Use of horizontal and vertical fire boundaries to control the spread of fire [ref. f. sec. sec. 7] Use of smoke boundaries [ref. 1] Three ways heat can be transmitted [ref. sec. sec. 7] Smoke curtains/blankets [ref. a. d. 7] Use of positive and negative ventilation [ref. Electrical power [sec. a] a. b. b. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. sec. a. 4] Four classes of fires and how each class of fire is extinguished [ref.4 FIREFIGHTING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) c. 7] Mechanical systems [sec.5 Explain the importance of isolating the following at the scene: [ref.7 What are the proper procedures for reporting a fire or other casualty? [ref. [ref. Conditions that must exist for spontaneous combustion to take place [ref. sec. b. ch.6 Discuss the methods of cooling the boundary area to reduce the intensity of a fire.103 103. sec. sec.

103 103. [ref. [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 FIREFIGHTING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the direct and indirect methods of firefighting.15 Discuss the procedures for attack from above (inclined descent). [ref. a.12 Discuss the procedure of active desmoking. sec. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. a. [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Discuss the procedures for desmoking by using vari-nozzles. sec. a. sec. sec.16 Discuss the procedures for multiple attack team hose lines. [ref. a. Glossary] a. c. a.17 Discuss the firefighting procedures involving ordnance.11 Discuss the procedure of fire venting. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Describe the procedures for vertical trunk access. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. sec. sec. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 27 .13 Define the following: [ref. ch. [ref. [ref. Smoke control zone Buffer zone ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. [ref.

a. [ref. [ref. [ref. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .103 103. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec.20 Discuss the basic principles for overhauling a fire. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. d.23 Discuss how the ship's Main Space Fire Doctrine assists in space isolation.21 Discuss the firefighting procedures to be followed in a CBR contaminated environment. a. [ref. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. sec.19 FIREFIGHTING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the procedures for desmoking by using ship’s CPS.22 Discuss the unique fire hazards associated with main and auxiliary machinery spaces. sec. [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 28 . a. sec. [ref.24 Discuss the hazards of saltwater-activated ordnance and flares.

Damage Controlman NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2.32C. A). ch. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U. d. Surface Ship Survivability OPNAVINST 3120. ch.1 What is the purpose of the watch. c. ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. and station bill? [ref.4 Explain the method of compartment numbering used aboard U. Keel Frames Hull plates Decks Bulkheads ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .S.5 Define watertight integrity. ch.104 104 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. Practical Damage Control Ship's Information Book (SIB) 104.S.2 Describe the following major components which makeup the ship's watertight hull form: [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. 3] a.3 Discuss the four common types of closures that penetrate watertight boundaries. quarter. Navy ships. Navy (SORM) NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. c. d. d.31 (Rev. d. [ref. Surface Ship Firefighting NTTP 3-20. [ref. Damage Control. b. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 29 . ch.

3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Describe proper battle dress.6 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define the following material conditions of readiness/special classifications and the conditions under which watertight integrity may be broken: [ref. b. d. where is it maintained. i. X-RAY YOKE ZEBRA Modified YOKE Circle X-RAY and YOKE Circle ZEBRA Dog ZEBRA WILLIAM Circle WILLIAM Modified ZEBRA Fire zone boundaries ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Explain the composition and use of a CCOL.8 What are the procedures to be followed when changing the material condition of readiness? [ref. 21] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Identify the type of firemain system aboard your ship. d. g. sec. ch. c. master CCOL. and what is the maximum length of time a fitting may be logged open? [ref. k.104 104. sec. b. [ref. and partial CCOL. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 30 . duplicate CCOL. h. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 What is the DC Closure Log. 22] a. e. f. j. e. [ref. sec. e. [ref. e.

19 Explain how pressure affects the rate of flooding.18 State the reasons for establishing proper fire/flooding boundaries. sec. ch. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 31 . [ref. b.17 What normally constitutes a flooding boundary? [ref.15 What normally constitutes a fire boundary? [ref. a. d.13 State the number and locations of your ship’s DCRS. c. Primary fire boundary Secondary fire boundary Inner smoke boundary Outer smoke boundary Buffer zone ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec.14 Define the following: [ref. a.16 What normally constitutes a smoke boundary? [ref. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] a. a. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Who gives the order to abandon ship? [ref. e. e. 7. sec. e. ref. a. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .104 104. [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. [ref. sec. sec. c. sec. sec.

20 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the importance of securing the source of flooding. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 32 . 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. [ref. sec. a.21 Discuss the reason for not securing an entire firemain system to stop flooding caused by a rupture in the system. [ref. e.104 104.

ch.4 Where are the major pressure points on the body located? [ref. ch. [ref. a. 4] a. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Explain the three methods of controlling hemorrhage. ch. [ref. ch. Chest Head Abdominal ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. Hospital Corpsman Ship’s Information Book (SIB) State the purposes of first-aid. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 NAVEDTRA 14295. ch.105 105 FIRST-AID AND RESCUE FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 105. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 33 .3 State the principles involved in dressing wounds to the following areas: [ref. a. a. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. c.6 What conditions warrant the use and application of a tourniquet? [ref.2 State the three basic rules of the treatment of wounds. [ref. a. a.

ch.9 State the following as applied to shock: [ref. d. c. a. 4] a. Definition of shock Most common causes of shock Symptoms of shock Procedures for treatment of a victim in shock ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. c. a.105 105. Difference between closed and open fractures How to immobilize a fracture using a splint Care of a person with a fractured spine __________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. 4] a. b. 4] a. ch. a. ch. b. Heat cramps Heat exhaustion Heat stroke ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 FIRST-AID AND RESCUE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) State the following as applied to a fracture: [ref. ch.8 State the following as applied to respiratory arrest: [ref.11 What is the first-aid treatment for the following: [ref. a. Heat cramps Heat exhaustion Heat stroke ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 34 . c. b. ch. b. c. Factors that can cause failure of the breathing mechanism Need for immediate treatment of patient Mouth-to-mouth method of artificial respiration Abdominal thrust technique (Heimlich maneuver) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a.10 What are the symptoms of the following heat casualties: [ref. 4] a. b. 4] a.

[ref. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 What items could be used instead of stretchers? [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. Stokes Miller body boards/extraction splints Army litter ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Identify the methods for moving an injured person.12 FIRST-AID AND RESCUE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) What are the three degrees of burns and how are they determined? [ref. ch. b. 3] a. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . state the precautions to be taken for the following: [ref. a.18 In terms of the rescuer’s safety. ch.15 State the location(s) of each kind of stretcher within or next to your divisional spaces. a.13 What are the treatments for the three degrees of burns and the method of estimating the burn area? [ref.105 105. ch.19 State the locations of first-aid boxes in your divisional spaces. 3] a. b. [ref. a. ch. a. Removing a victim from an energized circuit Rescuing victim overcome by toxic fumes ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 35 . c.14 Explain each of the following stretchers and their use: [ref.

and where are they located? [ref.21 State the locations of poison antidote lockers. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .105 105. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 36 .20 FIRST-AID AND RESCUE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) How many battle dressing stations are on your ship.

sec. app. b. A] Centi-gray [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 37 . g. A] Blackout [ref. l. ch. sec. Radiation Health Protection Manual 106. sec. h. app. b. app. b. b. c. b. 7] Decontamination station [ref. b. Treatment of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries NAVMED P-555. Nuclear Defense at Sea and Radiological Recovery of Ships After Nuclear Weapons Explosion NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R4. z. c. p. b. A] Casualty exposure [ref. User’s Logistic Support Summary (ULSS) for Multifunction Radiac (MFR) Sets. A] Contamination [ref. A] Blueout [ref. app. w. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures EE700-AD-LSS-010. A] Air blast [ref. b. v. q. app. b. i. app. a. b. 14] Base surge [ref. ch. Surface Ship Survivability NSTM S9086-CD-STM-010/CH-070R3. o. b. 14] EMP [ref. r. app. app. A] Radiac [ref. c. b. 7] CMWD [ref. E] Rotating watch [ref.31 (Rev. a. BIOLOGICAL. ch. app. 5. t u. d. app. b.106 106 CHEMICAL. A] Nomograms [ref. 1] Roentgen [ref. a. sec. A). app. 14] Dose and dose rate [ref. sec. e. j. A] Dosimeter [ref. c. 7] Flash blindness [ref. A] MPE [ref. sec. A] Residual radiation [ref. app. app. AN/PDQ-1 and AN/PDQ-2 and Ancillary Probes NAVMED P-5041.1 Discuss the following terms associated with nuclear defense: a. b. n. A] Rad [ref. f. sec. app. b. app. zz. k. y. c. A] Ready and deep shelter [ref. a. 2] Collective protection [ref. c. sec. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NTTP 3-20. A] Flash burns [ref. A] Casualty collection station [ref. Initial nuclear radiation [ref. b. 7] CCA [ref. app. b. A] TREE [ref. x. app. b. m. s. b.

sec. sec.106 106. b. b.4 Describe the following procedures: [ref.5 Describe the following nuclear bursts: [ref. c. Rapid internal Rapid (gross) external 38 . 7] a. 3] a. Air Surface Underwater ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.7 Discuss the following radiation surveys: [ref. sec. sec. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. b. b. b. b. c. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) What markers are used to indicate nuclear contamination areas? [ref. 1] a. BIOLOGICAL. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1] a. c. Chemical attack Biological attack Radiological attack Nuclear attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. [ref.3 Describe the three basic processes by which decontamination is performed.2 CHEMICAL. sec.6 What is the procedure for self-protection in the event of the following: [ref. c. Personnel decontamination Material decontamination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c.

d. 1] PP-4276 [ref a ch 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. 5] Markers used to indicate biological contaminants [sec. 1] a. sec. d. g. ch. d. f. sec. c. b.10 Discuss the use of the following radiological monitoring equipment: a. ch. 3] 39 . b. c.106 106. 3] IM-143/PD [ref. 3] IM-265/PDQ [ref. sec. b. 3] Means by which biological agents may enter the body [sec. sec. d. and shielding minimize radiation dosage to personnel. Definition of biological agent [sec. Alpha radiation Beta radiation Gamma radiation Neutron radiation ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 State how effective use of time. d. g. 7] Methods by which BW agents are dispersed/delivered [sec. 3] AN/PDR-65 [ref. f. e.11 State the following as applied to biological warfare: [ref. [ref. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) c. IM-270/PD [ref. 6] AN/PDQ-1 [ref. f. Detailed On station Supplementary ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. 3] CP-95/PD [ref. sec.7 CHEMICAL. b. e.9 State the following characteristics of: [ref. sec. 7] Method used to decontaminate personnel and equipment [sec. b. c] a. 8] Measures to be taken for self-protection during a biological attack [sec. BIOLOGICAL. 3] MOPP levels [sec. c. e. b. distance.

d. sec. c. ch. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) h. 2. c. d. sec. BIOLOGICAL. Methods used to detect and provide defense against BW agents [sec. c] a. Blood agents [ref. 8] Markers used to indicate chemical contamination [sec. sec 3. ref. e. c. [ref.14 State the protective measures to be taken at each MOPP level. e. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. e. b. 3] Collective protection [sec. 6] Blister agents [ref. ref. 4] Nerve agents [ref. DFU HHA JBPDS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 2] MOPP levels [sec.11 CHEMICAL. e. 4] Methods used to collect biological samples [sec. 2. 2] Choking agents [ref. f. ref. f. c. 5] Pathogens [ref.12 Discuss the use of the following biological detection equipment: [ref. c. i. e.106 106. ref. ref.15 What are the physical symptoms of and treatment for: a.13 State the following as applied to chemical warfare: [ref. 5] Toxins [ref. 4] Collective protection [sec. ref. ch. Definition of chemical agent [sec. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. sec. b. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 40 . ch. ch. ch. c. j. 2.4] a. e. e. 7] Methods used to decontaminate personnel and equipment [sec. c sec. c. sec. 2] Means by which chemical agents may enter the body [sec. g. e. 7] Methods by which CW agents are dispersed/delivered [sec. c. 2. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. sec. sec 3.

c. c. 2] MCU-2 series personal protective mask [ref. 5] JSLST [ref. 7] NAPP tablets [ref. BIOLOGICAL. M-8 paper M-9 paper M-256/A-1 chemical detector IPDS Phosgene gas Draeger detection tubes AN/KAS-1/1A ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 5] Wet weather clothing [ref. m. d.17 Discuss the function of the following items: a. 5] Chemical protective gloves (outer and inner) [ref. g. sec. c. e. sec. l. sec 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 41 . b. c. 5] Chemical protective footwear cover [ref.106 106. j. e. ch.16 CHEMICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of the following chemical monitoring equipment: [ref. c. 5] M291 skin decontamination kit [ref. c. e. 2] ALO [ref. sec. sec. c. ch. 2] CANA [ref. c. e. h. f. 4] a. c. 2] 2-PAM-chloride/auto injector [ref. c. k. c. sec 4] De-ionized water. c. e. b. sec. sec 4] TDA-99M mask leak tester [ref. phosphate buffered saline solutions (JBPDS) [ref. f. i. ch. sec. c. sec 5] HHA’s Immunoassay strips [ref. d. ch. sec. Atropine [ref. e. n.

2] Accessman [ref. sec. Surface Ship Firefighting NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R3. e. b. sec. b. 5] DCA [ref. ch. ch. Damage Controlman NSTM S9086-CD-STM-010/CH-070R3. f. ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2] Fire Marshall [ref. k. d. ch. sec. 9] Scene Leader [ref. g. d.107 107 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NTTP 3-20.31 (Rev. 2] Boundaryman [ref. ch. sec. a. e. d. i. Practical Damage Control NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. h. 8] Dewatering [ref. c. sec. ch. 2] Rapid response [ref. A). 2] Stretcher Bearer [ref. e. 29] Desmoking [ref. 5] Repair Party Leader [ref. e. a. DCO [ref. Nuclear Defense at Sea and Radiological Recovery of Ships After Nuclear Weapons Explosion 107. 5] Repair Party Electrician [ref. g. f. e. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures/CBR-D NEC 4805 NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. a. Damage Control. b. ch. e. ch.2 Explain the functions of the following team members: a. c. sec. 2] Nozzleman/hoseman [ref. b. e. b. c. j. ch. a. e. ch. e. b. 9] Emergency hull repair [ref.1 Discuss the duties of the following in the DC organization: a. ch. Surface Ship Survivability NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. ch. 9] Team Leader [ref. Investigator [ref. 2] Plugman [ref. e. 2] Messenger [ref. 5] 42 .

4] Personnel decontamination [ref. ch. c. f. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 43 . b. j. 2] Repair 5 [sec. 2] Repair 6 [sec. i.9] Rescue and Assistance Detail (in-port/at sea) [sec. [ref.3 Explain the function of DCTT. sec.107 107. g. 2] Repair 3 [sec. c. sec. 2] Repair 4 [sec. a. 2] Ordnance Disposal Team [sec. Material decontamination [ref. 2] Aviation Fuel Repair Team [sec. 2] Repair 7 [sec. 9] At Sea Fire Party [sec. a] a. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] Monitoring [ref. 9] Rapid Response Team [sec. o. h. c. e. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2] Repair 2 [sec. n. 2] In-Port Emergency Team [sec. l. m. c.2 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) h. d. i. 2] Repair 8 [sec. Repair 1 [sec. j.4 Explain the areas of responsibility for the following repair parties: [ref. 2] Crash and Salvage Team [sec. sec. k.

[sec.2 What are the precautions that must be observed prior to performing hot-work operations? [sec. liquids.3 What are the procedures that must be completed prior to performing hot-work in or on compartments. 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . voids. Gas Free Engineering 108.5 What information is contained in a hot-work/gas-free certificate? [sec. or vapors? [sec. or piping systems near explosive materials. tanks.108 108 FIRE WATCH FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] NSTM S9086-CH-STM-030/CH-074V3R4. 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 Define hot-work. 20] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 44 . [sec. 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the post fire watch procedures.

ch. sec.1 Discuss major conflagration. hangar deck control. a. [ref. Damage Controlman NAVAIR 00-80R-14.3 Discuss the relationship between conflagration stations. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 What is a conflagration station? [ref. b. b. sec. e] a. a. f. c. ref. Practical Damage Control NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Surface Ship Firefighting NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. d. NATOPS. d. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual Ship’s Information Book (SIB) 109.S. ch. Damage Control. [ref.109 109 CONFLAGRATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. 21] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Aircraft fueling stations O2N2 plants Boat fueling stations Vehicle fueling stations Hangar deck fire stations HAZMAT stowage area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 45 . c. [ref. and DC central.5 Discuss the locations of the following: [ref.4 Describe the function of sprinkler groups. 2. e. U. sec.

43] Angle of shoring [ref. 43] Shore [ref. Pipe Jumper Hose System (PJHS) Kit No. c. b. [ref. a. a. Practical Damage Control NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. sec. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. a. 8] Strain on shoring [ref.1 NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. sec. 43] Preferred method of measuring shoring [ref.5 Define the various types of ruptures that could occur to piping. Damage Controlman NAVSEA S5090-CL-MMC-010. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch. Damage Control. a. 43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. [ref. ch. sec. sec. sec. sec. a.3 Discuss the methods of reinforcing beams and frames. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. e. [ref.6 Define shoring. a. 8] 46 . how may battle damage be classified? [ref. sec. b.2 Discuss the two general methods of repairing holes. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Direct compression (I-type) [ref. b.4 Discuss the methods of reinforcing cracked machinery supports. [ref. d. 2 Generally. a. 1 and No.7 Define the following: a. [ref.110 110 BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 110.

sec. sec. Jubilee [ref. [ref. ref. a. ch. a. sec. 43] Shole [ref. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . EWARP [ref. Wedge [ref. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. 8] d. ch. [ref. sec.11 Describe the steps involved in the application of the following patches: a. Banding [ref. b.9 Discuss the use of plugs and wedges in plugging a hole. [ref. 43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 47 . [ref. b. 8] b. 8] Strongback [ref. h. ch. Soft [ref. a. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. a. b.14 Describe the steps involved in erecting shoring by using a shoring batten. 42.110 110. 8] c. 43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. sec.8 Discuss the various types of patches that can be used to repair damaged piping. ch. g. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ch. b. b.10 Discuss the use of patches in patching a hole. [ref.12 Describe the steps involved in erecting shoring by using wooden shores and a framing square. b.7 BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) f.

15 BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Describe the steps involved in shoring a watertight door/hatch.110 110. 43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 48 . a. [ref. sec.

111 111 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT (HMC&M) PROGRAM FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] OPNAVINST 5100. a. vol. c. B3. b. B3. vol. I. e. e. ch. HMIS for MSDS [ref. d. B3] DOD HMIS [vol. vol. c. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. f. II. Glossary] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . I. HMC&M [vol. ref. C23] HW labeling requirements [vol.1 Discuss the following: [ref. e. a. C23] MSDS [vol. III. b] SHML [ref. ch. B3] a. ch. ch. Safety Officer HM Coordinator Division Officer Work Center Supervisor Individual crew member ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 49 . b. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Local Ship’s Instructions 111.19E.3 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the: [ref. ch. II. b] HMUG [ref.2 Discuss where the following documents are located? a. a. b] HM inventory [ref. b] List of authorized HM storage locations [ref. b. Glossary] HW [vol. III. III. c. a] a. d. I. I. Glossary] HM labeling requirements [vol. d. ref.

111 111 . I. II. ch.5 What are the restrictions on the stowage of HMC&M in spaces? [ref. a. [ref. ch. a. C23] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 50 . vol. B3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT (HMC&M) PROGRAM FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the procedures for disposal of HW. vol.

DCAMS b.1 Discuss the features of the ADCS. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . DCTMS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 51 . Practical Damage Control. 39 112. Damage Control.112 112 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2.2 Discuss the features of the software: a. Sec. CCOL c.

[ref. c.6 Discuss the procedure of investigation for following: [ref.4 Describe indications of hidden damage. [ref. [ref. Damage Controlman NTTP 3-20.1 Discuss the principles governing damage investigation.31 (Rev. Kit. b. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Torpedo hit Underwater penetration Compartment flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 52 . a] a. Damage Control. Practical Damage Control.113 113 INVESTIGATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref.2 Discuss reasons investigators work in pairs. 40 NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR.5 Discuss the procedures for reporting damage. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Describe obvious signs of damage. A). Surface Ship Survivability Allowance Equipage List (AEL) 2-880044262. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Sec. Investigator 113.

9 Discuss the contents and purpose of the investigator's kit. [ref. [ref.113 1137 INVESTIGATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the investigators' responsibilities with regard to boundaries.8 Discuss the primary means of communication between investigators and the controlling station. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 53 . [refs. b. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

3] Displacement [ref. Buoyancy [ref. ch. e. 3] Righting arm [ref. sec. 16] Metacenter [ref. sec.3 Discuss counterflooding. Weight additions above and below the center of gravity [sec. a. p. 13] 2. 3] Center of buoyancy [ref. 7] Draft marks: [ref. sec. sec. 17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 54 . m. a] 1. 12] Free communication effect [ref. 9] Solid flooding [ref. 11] List [ref. a. Damage Control-Stability and Buoyancy NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. 13] 3. 3] Center of gravity [ref.114 114 STABILITY FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 114. 11] Roll [ref. Navigational [sec. a] a. 14] Freeboard/reserve buoyancy [ref. a. d.2 Discuss the effects on stability of: [ref. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. j. sec. [ref. 3] Heel [ref. o. a. a. a. sec. c. a.1 NSTM S9086-CN-STM-010/CH-079V1R1. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . sec. sec. 11] Trim [ref. 3] Free surface effect [ref. Damage Controlman Discuss the following terms as they relate to ship's stability: a. l. c. sec. b. i. 3] Weight shifts [sec. a. n. sec. a. a. a. a. sec. sec. h. 3] k. f. sec. b. a. 10] Clinometer [ref. g. sec. b. a. a. Limiting [sec. 1] Weight removals above and below the center of gravity [sec. Mean [sec.

114 114. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 55 .4 STABILITY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the use of the liquid loading diagram. sec. a. [ref.

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200. Each system is written to reflect specific watchstation requirements by identifying the equipment most relevant to one or more designated watchstanders.4 HOW TO COMPLETE The systems you must complete are listed in the Prerequisites section of each watchstation. the equipment is broken down into smaller. The Qualifier will give you an oral examination on each system and. The less complex systems may be identified and covered quickly or relegated to a lower priority to permit greater emphasis on more significant or complex systems. It lists the references to be used for study and asks you to explain the function of each system. if satisfied you have sufficient knowledge of the system. It requires study of the relationship between the system being studied and other systems or areas. 200. contact your Qualifier. D. 200. 57 . functional systems as basic building blocks in the learning process. Do not expect to see every item which appears on a parts list to be in the PQS. When you have mastered one or more systems. It directs attention to the dynamics of how the component and component parts operate to make the system function. E.200 200. G.2 COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS For learning purposes each system is disassembled into two levels. Systems have components and components have parts. will sign the appropriate system line items. Example: the turbogenerators may be listed as a component of the Ship’s Service Electrical Distribution system and then later detailed as an individual system for closer study. Only those items which must be understood for operation/maintenance are listed. more comprehensible.1 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS In this section. It asks for the static facts of what or where the components and component parts are in relation to the system. You will be expected to demonstrate through oral or written examination a thorough understanding of each system required for your watchstation. Normally a number of very broad (overview) systems are disassembled into their components or parts with the big picture as the learning goal.3 FORMAT Each system is organized within the following format: C. It specifies the parameters that must be immediately recalled. Items listed as components in such a system may then be analyzed as separate systems and broken down into components and parts. F.

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2] AB 5. B. sec. Antenna [ref. Signal relay [ref. sec. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? 201. Battery charger [ref. a. sec. 1] AB 2. sec. 5] ABC c. On/off volume control [ref. Microphone [ref. e. sec. Base station unit [ref.1 . a. A). 37. 1] AB 1. 37] AB a. Table 1. d. Frequency select switch [ref. sec. sec. d. Speaker [ref. d. C.4 . sec.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Table 1. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. sec. d.2] AB 3. Battery status and transmit indicator [ref. ref. Practical Damage Control NTTP 3-20. 1] ABCD 1. 3] A Ship's service telephone (J-DIAL) [ref. Table 1. sec. ref. Sound-powered handset ABC b. d. a. 4] AB Wire free [ref. sec. d. Table 1. Damage Control. 1. b.2 . 1] AB 2.3 . AN/DTV-53(V)/SC100-AS-MMO-010-SRC-53V NSTM S9086-PA-STM-000/CH-430R1.5 Questions Sound-powered telephones: [ref.2] AB 4. sec. 1. e. d. 1. 1] ABCDE 1. Interior Communications Installations Ship’s Local Instruction 201.2] AB 59 . DPL select switch [ref. b. Sound-powered headset (chestset-type) ABC IVCS [ref. 1] AB b. 3] a. ref. Squelch switch [ref. d. e. Portable radios [ref.1. sec. D. sec. ref. 3] A General announcing system [ref. a.31 (Rev. d. d. sec.201 201 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] Ship's Information Book (SIB) NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. 1. d. ref. d. sec. e. ref. sec. 1] ABC 2. a. Table 1. ref. Surface Ship Survivability 61Z1-288-1-332.2] AB 6. sec. sec. 1. Base station cabinet [ref. d. E. a. Damage Control Wirefree Communications (DC WIFCOM) System.

4] DC plates [ref. 44] RFI/EMP [ref. ref. ch.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to wire free communications? [ref. ch. d. b.2 201. 1. sec.4. b.1 .5.3 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 60 .8 DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) PTT switch [ref. sec. c.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How does the loss of electrical power affect the operation of this system? [ref. d. sec.2 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the maximum operating time of the rechargeable battery? [ref.2] Message blanks [ref.3 201. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201. 1] What alternate means of communication are available to report damage to DC central during a major conflagration? [ref.6 . 2] . ref.1. sec.3. d. a.5 201. f] How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: a. 37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201. sec. d.4 201. Table 1. d. c. sec. sec. sec. b. a. c. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions AB AB AB 201.201 201.2 .1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the purpose of system redundancy in achieving the system's function? [ref. 44] HERO [ref. d. b.2.7 . 1] What is the maximum charging time of the rechargeable battery? [ref. sec. EMCON [ref.

a. a. sec. b] 8.202 202 EMERGENCY ESCAPE BREATHING DEVICE (EEBD) SYSTEM References: [a] [b] NSTM S9086-CL-STM-010/CH-077R4. 3] 3. Mouth piece [ref. sec. Teflon hood [ref. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. What is its function? Where is it located? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB AC AB AB ACD ABCD AB ABD ABCD 202. ref. sec. 3. b] (a) Tamper seal [ref. 3] a. ref. 3. 3. ref. Carrying case [ref. OCENCO Technical Manual 202. sec. b] b. b] 6. B. 3. Storage case [ref. a. sec. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 61 . C. ref. a. Personnel Protection Equipment NH22505 R-E. D. 3. Nose clip [ref. Gauge window [ref. a. Relief valve [ref. b] (b) Oxygen regulator [ref.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. sec. 3. a. Breathing bag [ref. sec. a. OCENCO: 1. a. 3] 2.1 EEBD [ref. 3. sec. Storage rack [ref.1. b] 10. ref. b] (a) Pressure gage [ref. a. ref. ref. Oxygen cylinder [ref. 5. sec. a. b] 9. b] 7. sec. b] 4.

202 202. a. a. 3] What is the sequence of events for using an EEBD? [ref.2 62 .2.2 202.1 EMERGENCY ESCAPE BREATHING DEVICE (EEBD) SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. sec. sec. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

3] a. D What is the normal operating value? Where are the parameters sensed or monitored? What is the operational time limit? What is the fire resistance time limit in front of an open flame? Questions AB A C D 202.202 202. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: [ref.5 202. sec.2 . C.4 202. answer the following questions: [ref. 3] A.4 Humidity level on the EEBD (SCOTT) EEBD (OCENCO) cylinder pressure EEBD EEBD (SCOTT) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 202. 3. a. a.2 202.1 .3. 4] How does labored or heavy breathing affect the operating time of an EEBD? [ref. b. sec. B. a.5.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do variations in storage temperature affect the operation of this system? [ref. ref.3 .3 EMERGENCY ESCAPE BREATHING DEVICE (EEBD)/SUPPLEMENTARY EMERGENCY EGRESS DEVICE SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed.4. Removal of the EEBD hood EEBD usage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 63 . sec. a. sec.

4 . Damage Controlman NSTM S9086-CL-STM-010/CH-077R4. b. Personnel Protection Equipment SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.2.3 . identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref.7 .2 203. b. 3] What is the sequence of component involvement to manually start the OBA? [ref.5 . Spectacle kit d. b. b. Lens b.9 Facepiece a.1 . Candle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203. Lanyard b. B.6 .203 203 OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) SYSTEM References: [a] [b] 203. sec. sec. 203.1 NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. 3] A.2 . 3] 64 .1 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions A A AB A A AC A AB AC AB B AB A AC AB . Head straps Breathing tubes Breast plate assembly Plunger assembly Breathing bags Pressure relief valve Harness assembly Timer Canister a. Speaking diaphragm c.2 . sec. 3] What is the sequence of component involvement to activate the OBA using the lanyard? [ref. C.8 .1. sec.3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the OBA’s function? [ref.

B. b. 3] Canister [ref. a.5. 5. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203. b. ch. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: [ref. a.4 OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) SYSTEM (CONT’D) How does heavy work/heavy breathing affect canister life? [ref. b.5 203.3. c. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203. b. sec. Pulling the lanyard on a sealed canister Operating the bail assembly Removing used canisters ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 65 .2 Timer assembly [ref.2.4 203. ref. sec.1 .3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. What are the allowable operating limits? What is the alarm set point? Questions AB A 203. sec.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed. answer the following questions: A. 3] a.203 203. ch.

Air cylinder b.3 .5 66 . What is its function? Where is it located? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions 204. C. 3] A. Air-saver/donning switch b. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Breathing Air Charging System (SCBA BACS) NSTM S9086-CL-STM-010/CH-077R4. Flame and heat resistant harness d. Back frame b. Cylinder retention system c. Unlocking/locking device d. B. Regulator holder Pressure reducing regulator: a.1.2 .204 204 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) SYSTEM References: [a] [b] 204. First stage regulator Mask-mounted regulator (second-stage regulator) a. Remote pressure gauge e. Pressure reducer hose coupling b. Purge valve/bypass valve c. b. sec. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref.1 NAVSEA S6226-PD-MMO-010/07070. heads up display Low pressure alarm ABC ABC ABC AB AB A AB ABC AB ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC AB . Personnel Protection Equipment SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Cylinder valve c.4 . Cylinder pressure gauge Carrier and harness assembly: a. Quick charge assembly f.1 Air cylinder and valve assembly: a.

1 Cylinder ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204.4 204.1.5 204. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. Voicemitter f. 3] The air supply duration usually depends on what factors? [ref. Face piece seal b.4 . b. b.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. 3] What are the SCBA donning procedures? [ref.4. sec.6 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) SYSTEM (CONT’D) Questions Face piece: a. Lens c. 3] 67 . sec.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. Head harness e. b. sec. sec. sec. 3] What indications will you receive if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. answer the following questions: [ref. B. 3] A.2.3. b.204 204. 3] What is the sequence to activate the SCBA? [ref.2 204. sec. Nose cup d.2 .1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How does this system interface with the recharging station? [ref. Voice amplifier ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC 204. sec. What are the allowable operating limits? What is/are the indicators located? What is the alarm set point? Questions ABC 204. C.3 . b. b.

ch. ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 68 . 3] a. 1. sec. sec. a.2 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) SYSTEM (CONT’D) How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref.5 204. Air quality testing Low or loss of HP air Personnel workload ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref.4.5.204 204. b. b. c. b.

5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 69 . Personnel Protection Equipment 205. c. Boots [ref. Surface Ship Survivability NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R3. 4] a. sec. JSLIST [ref. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures NSTM S9086-CL-STM-010/CH-077R4. DC/firefighter's helmet d.205 205 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING EQUIPMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] NTTP 3-20. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. sec. b. ch. sec. B. 4] FFE [ref.5 . b. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions AB AB AB AB A A A A A AB AB AB AB ABC ABC ABC ABC 205.1. H. ch.4 .2 .3 . 5] b.6 . 8. b. A). sec. b. Firefighter's coveralls b. c. a. sec. Firefighter's hood c.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. 5] a. 5] c. Fireman's boots Advance chemical protective ensemble [ref. sec. 5] a. c. c. ref. Voice amp Wet weather clothing [ref.31 (Rev. 4] Proximity suit [ref. sec. 5] MCU-2/P [ref. sec. a. b sec. Gloves [ref. 5] Helmets/cranials [ref. C-2 canister b.1 . Firefighter's gloves e.7 Battle dress/antiflash gear [ref.

1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to using the following: a. b. b. sec. d. b. sec. 5] C-2 canister [ref.1 . sec.4. c. b. 8] a. Area of known or suspected CBR threat Area of known or possible CBR threat CBR attack is probable CBR attack is imminent ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205.4 205.3. sec. sec.2 205.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the setting of MOPP levels aboard ship: [ref. 5] What is the allowable operational use of the C-2/C-2A1-canister? [ref. 4] Proximity suit [ref.2. b.205 205.3 205. b. c. sec. sec. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 70 . b.5. b.1 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205.2 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the allowable wear-time for the JSLIST? [ref. c. d. c.5 205. sec. Firefighting ensemble [ref. 4] JSLIST [ref.

2. c. What is its function? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What protection is provided by this component? Questions ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC 206. sec.5 . d.6 Watertight/airtight closures and fittings [ref. sec.206 206 WATERTIGHT CLOSURES/HULL FITTINGS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. B. 40] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.1. 40] Armored/ballistic doors. Damage Control. 22. sec. sec. e] What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. and Repair Booklet NSTM S9086-UF-STM-010/CH600V1R2.4 .2 206.2 206. 22] Stuffing tubes [ref. 40] Ventilation closures [ref.1 . C. a. hatches. Structural Closures NAFO/Holtkamp Watertight Door Technical Manual 206. and scuttles [ref. refs.3 . Damage Controlman NAVSEA S9169-AW-DCB-010.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. 71 . secs. d. sec. a. a. 29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206. a.2 . sec. a. Maintenance. 22. sec.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Practical Damage Control NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. refs. e] Sounding tubes [ref. a. a. 7 ref d] Overboard discharge [ref. Damage Control Watertight Closures Inspection.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. 22.

ch.1 WATERTIGHT CLOSURES/HULL FITTINGS SYSTEM (CONT’D) SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: a. 3] Battle damage [ref.5. a. Hold-open devices for doors.206 206. a.4. c. hatches. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 72 . 40] Soundings [ref. Lack of maintenance [ref. ch. b. b. scuttles. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206.4 206. 23] Weather [ref. 40] Balance armored hatches [ref.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions apply to: a.5 206. sec. b. c. sec. a. and portholes [ref. sec. b. sec. c.

1. a. a.207 207 PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. 4] a. C. ch. Pull pin/seal b.4 . Horn assembly [ref. sec. Puncture lever e. 4] c. D-yoke ring [ref.6 15-pound CO2: a.1 . Surface Ship Firefighting NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. Cartridge guard assembly c.2 . a. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. sec. Applicator In-line eductor [ref. 4] b. 4] a. 5] Dry chemical extinguisher. 4] a. . 4] d. Vari-nozzle All-purpose nozzle [ref.5 . Fill cap Portable AFFF extinguisher [ref. CO2 cartridge b. Locking pin and seal [ref. sec. Pull pin/seal d. Squeeze grip release lever [ref. Squeeze grip nozzle g. a. sec.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Aerating nozzle c. 18. sec. Pressure gage Fire hose station [ref. B. D. a. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions 207.and 27-pound (PKP): [ref. sec. a. a. sec. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) A AB B B AB B B AB B AB B B B B AB ABD C ABC A AD 73 . 4] a. a. Carry handle f. Damage Controlman 207. b.3 . sec.

a. sec. f.2 .207 207.4 207. B.3 . e. sec. b. b.3. 4] A. How long will it last during continuous use? What is the effective range? What is the weight/capacity of the extinguishing agent inside the extinguisher? Questions ABC AB AB ABC 207. 4] a. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when using/handling: [ref. sec.2. CO2 27-pound and 18-pound PKP AFFF Fire hose Navy all-purpose nozzle Vari-nozzle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 74 . c. a.4 Portable 15-pound CO2 extinguisher Portable 18-pound PKP extinguisher Portable 27-pound PKP extinguisher Portable AFFF extinguisher ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.2 207. c.1 PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the sequence of steps to operate the following: [ref. 4] a. answer the following questions: [ref. d.5 207. Portable CO2 extinguisher Portable PKP extinguisher Portable AFFF extinguisher In-line eductor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207.1 . d.5. C. a.

identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. D. sec.1.1 Thermal Imager [ref. B. sec. E. a. H. 6] c. Protective muff and visor [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 208.208 208 PORTABLE DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) EQUIPMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. a sec. a.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Surface Ship Firefighting Instruction Manual and Technical Manual Naval Fire Fighter's Thermal Imager (THERMAL IMAGER) P4428 208. G. a. 6] b. sec. C. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the function of each position? Questions ABCDEGH A B ABEG ABF ABG ABC 208. 6] a. b] e. sec. Pan/chop mode button [ref.1 How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 75 . 6] d.2. b] f. Battery condition indicator [ref. Battery cartridge [ref. Voltage stabilizer [ref. K90 [ref.2 208. a. F.

1 PORTABLE DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the allowable operating time of the thermal imager? [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 76 . a.208 208. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 208. sec.3. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating the thermal imager? [ref.4 208.5 208.5. sec. a.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.3 208.

Surface Ship Firefighting Ship's Information Book (SIB) NAVSEA 0910-LP-038-0700. Hose reel nozzle 77 .1 209. Pressure switches c. Cable operated control head c. Pull box b. Halon/HFP Fire Extinguishing Components NAVSEA 0993-LP-031-3000. 50-pound CO2 cylinder/discharge head b. 3] a. B. Ventilation pressure switch e. a. a. CO2 Fixed Flooding SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. 50-pound CO2 cylinder/flood valve d. Discharge time delay HALON/HFP 1301/HFP system [ref. ref. sec. b. fig. Time delay device f. Activation push button b.5 CO2 hose reel system [ref.1 . 3] a. What is its function? Where is it located? Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB B A B A A B 209. a. Time delay bypass valve g. Alarm indicators f. Hose reel CO2 fixed flooding system [ref. Discharge pressure switch Salt/fresh water sprinkling systems [ref. ref. c. ref. ref. 3] a. Five-pound CO2 actuation cylinder b.4 . sec. Ventilation pressure switch g. ref. b. sec. Magazine sprinkler system Freshwater hose reels [ref. 3] a. b. 2. a. b.209 209 INSTALLED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] Ship’s Damage Control Book NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. 8-7] a. b. ref. sec. e.3 .2 .1. Alarm indicators d. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Holding tank c. Activation pressure switch e. sec.

1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB .209 209. Fixed CO2 systems HALON/HFP/HFP Saltwater Range guard (APC) Freshwater hose reel ref [f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 209. b.1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. Pressure switches Steam smothering [ref. e. SYSTEM INTERFACE How does the loss of electrical power effect the operation of the HALON/HFP system? [ref. b.2 209. 3] a.7 209. b.3 209. d.4. b.5.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. 3] a.2.5 209. sec. sec. Pressure release control box c. APC cylinder e. Remote manual control box b.4 209. sec.1. Fusible links d.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Using a diagram of this system. Lever control head f. 2-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 78 . b. ch. sec. d. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 209. c. a. ref. show the path of the agent from the activation stations to the discharge nozzles: [ref.6 INSTALLED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM (CONT’D) APC extinguishing system (range guard) [ref.

Hose reel cutout valve [refs. d] m. 3. Remote operation control switch [ref. a. a. refs. c. sec. c. sec.1 AFFF systems: a. refs. refs. c. 2. d] q. 2. d] g. Gages [ref. d] k. a. refs. Aqueous Film Forming Foam Equipment Ship's Information Book (SIB) Ship’s Damage Control Book 210. d] j. refs. AFFF concentrate transfer main cutout valves [ref. Surface Ship Firefighting S9555-B9-MMA-010. 2. c. a. 3-10. refs. a. c. b] B AB A AB AB AB ABCE ABCE ABCD ABE ABE ABE ABCDE AB AB AB AB ABE ABE ABE 79 . d] l. AFFF concentrate service tank [ref. sec. B. 4] d. c. a. Power panel/ABT [ref. d] b. refs. Firemain cutout valve [ref. a. c. D. c. 2. a. Barrel Cut-Out switch [ref. sec.210 210 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF) SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. E. sec. 3. fig. Powertrol/powercheck valve [ref. refs. c. AFFF concentrate supply cutout valves [ref. sec. c. 2. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. d] t. refs. d] r. a. sec. AFFF tank fill connection/valve [refs. d] h. c. refs. a. c. d] n. d] f. 3. c. a.1. sec.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. d] e. Y-strainer [ref. Hose reel/stations [ref. refs. sec. sec. a. Vari-nozzle [ref. refs. 2. 3. refs. SOPV [ref. sec. a. Tank vent [ref. c. d] p. 3. c. d] o. sec. Riser cutout valves [ref. d] s. sec. C. Hytrol/hycheck valve [ref. sec. a. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions 210. refs. d] c. Tank level indicator [refs. sec. Riser/system drain valves [ref. d] i. a. 3. c. refs. 2. a. c. sec. 3. c. 3.

3. c. d] Flight deck AFFF injection system: a. AFFF reserve tank [ref.7 . a. b. a.3 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM SYSTEM (CONT’D) Installed FP-180 [ref. sec.1. Manual control valve [ref. Two-speed pump with motor [ref. Injection pump/motor [ref. c. 2. refs. d] b. sec. c. AFFF remote reserve TLI [ref. a. refs. a. 2] Draw a diagram of this system. c. sec. refs. refs. sec. c. par. a. c. d] d. c. fig. d] AFFF transfer main system: a. Gallery deck injection stations [refs. d] f. c. 2. 3. a. d] Balanced pressure proportioner system: [ref. par. a. refs. c. a.4. Concentrate pump b. 2. c. show the path of: [refs. 3. d] d. a. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions ABCDE AB ABCDE ABCE AB B B B AB AB ABCE ABE ABE ABE ABE ABE ABE AB ABCE AB ABE ABC . 3. d] a. Hose reel activation valve [ref. d] a. c. 3. Balancing valve Installed in-line eductor (MCM/MHC class) [ref. d] c. a. refs. Hydraulically operated 2½-inch check valve [refs. refs. c. 3. refs.6. 3. d] e. a. 2. [refs. refs. c.1.6. 2. a.4 . 3. sec. a. sec. c. a. AFFF concentrate from the tank to the discharge outlet Seawater from the firemain root valve to the discharge outlet AFFF reserve concentrate from the tank to the receiving station AFFF concentrate in recirculation mode . d] Using a diagram of this system. refs. d] b. Sprinkler activation valve [ref. AFFF transfer main isolation valves [ref. Flush deck nozzle cutout [ref a sec 2. d] a. AFFF proportioner/venturi c. sec. c. sec.2 . refs. 2. c. sec. d] b.2. Manual control valve [ref. sec. d] 12-GPM pump/motor [ref. sec. 3. refs.2 . sec. 3. c. 3. Gallery deck bypass cutout valve [refs. Deck edge nozzle cutout valve [ref. sec. d.2 210. d] HCFF two-speed system: a. refs.6 . AFFF transfer pump/motor [ref. 2. par. a.210 210. c. b. Sprinkler group control valves/groups [ref.1. a. refs. d] c. c.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. refs. c. c. c.6. d] a. d] c. sec. sec. 4.5 . refs. sec. 3.1. d] b.3 80 . refs. c. sec.8 210.

d] What is the maximum capacity of the AFFF station tank? [refs. c.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref.4 210. fig. b.3 210. Loss of firemain Loss of electrical power Improper valve alignment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210. 6. 6. sec. c.210 210. 6-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210. fig. c. 6-1] a. c. b.2 . b. d] What is the maximum capacity of the AFFF storage/transfer tank? [refs.4 AQUEOUS FILM-FORMING FOAM SYSTEM (CONT’D) What indications will you receive in the event of the loss of AFFF concentrate? [ref. 81 . sec.4.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the allowable operating limit of the AFFF firemain pressure? [refs. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210.1 .5 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS – None to be discussed.3.2.

ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 82 . a. ref.1 . 4] d. Nozzles [refs. 2. a. 2. a. sec. ref. ref. e. sec. a. ref. d] c. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. 6] a. c. sec. d] Firemain piping [ref. sec 2. sec. 4. a. a. a. Wye-gate [ref. e. a. Manual control valves [ref. refs. E. c.211 211 FIREMAIN SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. sec. d] b. Cutout valves [refs. d] e. ref. sec. ref. 2 ½-inch fire hose [ref. c. What is its function? Where is it located within your assigned berthing compartment and workstation? Where is it located on your ship? What are the modes of operation or control? What is the function of each position? Questions ACD AC ABCD ABCD AB AB AB ABC ABC ABC ABCE ACE ACD ACD ACD AC ACD ACD AC AC 211. 4. c.2 . d] b. a. Fireplug [ref. 4. c] Firemain cutout valves [ref. 4. 1 ½-inch fire hose [ref. 2 ½-inch vari-nozzle [ref. Valves [ref. b. d] a. 4. 2. Nozzles [ref. c. d] g. 4.3 . refs. d] CMWD system [ref. Damage Controlman 211.4 .1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.5 . 4. a. 4. c. ref. sec. sec.6 Fire pumps [ref. d. ref c Fire station: a. C. ref. refs. c] Firemain control valves/unloader [ref a. 1 ¾-Iinch hose [ref. d] c. sec. c. 6] b. sec. e. sec. d] Magazine sprinkling system [ref. d] f. c. ref. ref. sec. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures Ship's Information Book (SIB) Ship’s Damage Control Book NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. ref. a. sec. c. B.1. d] h. a. c] c. D. SOPVs [refs. sec. 1 ½-inch vari-nozzle [ref. a. 3. sec. 7. sec. Spanner wrench [ref. ref. refs. 3. ch. Surface Ship Firefighting NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R3. ref. a.

sec. 2. refs. D. sec.211 211. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 83 . [refs.2 211. c.4 211. c. C.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the auxiliary systems effect the operation of this system? [ref.2 211. sec. a.1 . sec. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 211. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 211.4. a.1 FIREMAIN SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref.5 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS – None to be discussed. a. d] Fire hose length [ref. What is the normal operating value? What are the allowable operating limits? What is/are the physical location(s) of the indicator(s)? What is the standard size? Questions ABC D 211. 2] Draw a diagram of your ship’s Firemain system.2 Firemain pressure [ref. B.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. a.2. answer the following questions: A.3.

SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed. D. sec.4 5 Access and overhaul hand tools [ref.2 212.2 . What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What accessories are commonly used with this component part? Questions AB ABCD ABCD A ABC 212. 7] Power Hawk [ref. b. b.3 212. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.4 212. b. 7] PHARS [ref.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION – None to be discussed. d. ch.3 . a.1.5 212. B. sec. The Arcair Slice (PECU) Portable Exotherimic Cutting Unit Manufacturer's Technical Manual for Portable Hydraulic Access and Rescue System (PHARS) NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. c. Damage Controlman S6290-AQ-MMC-010/09687. ch. c. 1] Power Hawk [ref e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 84 .5. C. sec. Surface Ship Firefighting Power Hawk Manufacturer’s Technical Manual 212.1 .1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. d. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 212. 1] Vari-nozzle [ref. ch. 1] PECU [ref. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating the following: a.212 212 ACCESS/OVERHAUL EQUIPMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. 8] PECU [ref. PHARS [ref. PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

C. D.11 . f] Exhaust ventilation [ref. c. a. ref.2 .1 . sec. ch. 85 . b.2 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION – None to be discussed.1.8 . 7] Ventilation fans [ref. ref.9 . ch. sec. f] Ventilation closures [ref. ref.7 .6 .4 . ref. Heating. sec. sec. Ventilating. f] Vent screens [ref. a. d.31-470. Model WF-20 RAMFAN/Model RAMFAN 2000 Ship’s Information Book (SIB) S9512-CA-MMC-010/93457. b.13 Supply ventilation [ref. sec. 5] Portable electric desmoking fan (box fan) [ref. and A/C Systems for Surface Ships Ship’s Damage Control Book NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. a.213 213 VENTILATION SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] NSTM S9086-RQ-STM-010/CH-510. a. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213. Shipboard Biological Chemical Warfare Defense 213. 2] Air filters [ref. sec. 2. 4. a. c. 1. f] Air-conditioning/recirculation ventilation [ref. 3. 7] Scott point screening [ref h] Smoke ejection system [ref. ref. 1. 3] Ramfan [ref. Desmoking. secs.5 . Portable. 4. b] Portable ventilation duct (elephant trunk) [ref. sec. Surface Ship Firefighting NSTM S9086-RS-STM-010/CH-512. B.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. 1. b. sec. sec.10 . Fan.12 . f] Grease interceptor hood (Gaylord) [ref. Fans Technical Manual. ref. a. ref. ch. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What protection is provided by this component/component part? Questions ABC ABC ABC AB ABC ABCD AB AB ABC ABC AB AB ABCD 213. b. 1. Medium Capacity NTTP 3-20. a.3 . ref. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.

a. c. b. 10] Operating a ramfan [ref. ch. ch.5 213.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: a.5. 7. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 86 .4. sec. e. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213. sec. d. Securing ventilation for a fire [ref. 7] Desmoking a compartment [ref. c. 1] Particulate matter [ref. c. . 4] Operating a box fan [ref. sec. ref. d. g. c.3 213. e. c.4 213. 7] Operating installed ventilation [ref. secs. sec. g] How does this system interface with the collective protection system? [ref.1 VENTILATION SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the air moving capacity of the ramfan and box fan? [ref. sec. 4] Loss of electrical power [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213. sec.2 Loss of firemain [ref. 1. e. e. d. sec. sec. d. b. c.213 213. e.3.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a. 2] Loss of Supply air [refs.

29. a. b. b] d. e.1 . e. Pollution Control Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) NSTM S9086-RJ-STM-000/CH-504. a. b. b] a. a. a. 29] a. d] c. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. 29. Temperature. Deck drain valves and overboard discharge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 87 . a. Pumps/eductors [ref. sec. Damage Control Practical Damage Ship's Damage Control Diagrams NSTM S9086-T8-STM-010/CH-593R5. d] b. Valves and piping [ref. b. b. b] d. ref. 29. Plumbing and deck drains b. sec. Valves and piping [ref. 2] Secondary drainage system [ref. Gages [ref.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. ref. ref.3 Main drainage system [ref. b] b. sec. a. B. sec. sec. ref. C. Remote operators [ref. Pressure. sec. a. 2] Gravity drains [ref. and other Mechanical and Electromechanical Measuring Instruments NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. Pumps/eductors [ref. 29.214 214 INSTALLED DRAINAGE SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R3. sec. 24. Damage Controlman 214. 24. b] a. b] c.1. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the modes of operation or controls? Questions AB ABC ABC ABC AB AB ABC ABC ABC AB B A A 214. sec. Gages [ref. a. ref. a. sec. sec. refs. ref. refs. ref. sec. 29. Remote operators [ref. 29. ref.2 .

sec.5 214. a. b. 5] Loss of electrical power [ref.2 214.2 214.214 214. SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: a.3 214. Improper operation of an installed eductor Operating an eductor in an enclosed space . 5] Battle damage [ref. sec. 29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 214. sec.4 214. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 29] What is the proper step-by-step procedure for operating an eductor? [ref. sec.2.4.2 Loss of firemain pressure [ref. sec. a. 29] a.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety/environmental precautions must be observed when discharging fluids overboard? [ref. c.1 INSTALLED DRAINAGE SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. sec. 29] How does this system interface with the firemain system? [ref. f. 3] What are the dangers of: [ref. . f. b. a.1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.5.2 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 88 . sec. c. a.

Damage Controlman EE700-AD-LSS-010. 3] AN/PDQ-1 [ref. AN/PDQ-1 and AN/PDQ-2 and Ancillary Probes NAVMED P-5041. d. c. ch. Radiological Recovery of Ships After Nuclear Weapons Explosion NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R3. sec.1 . e. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DETECTION AND DECONTAMINATION EQUIPMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 215. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures/N-70CP-NTSP-S-30-0001A. F.11 . d. d. sec. d.12 IM-265/PDQ [ref. d. A). ch. c.1. 4.2 . 11] Self-reading.8 . ch. d. b. ch. 9] DFU/HHA [ref.31 (Rev. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions ABCDEF ABCDF ABCDF ABCDF AB AB AB ABC ABE ABE ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF 215.9 .6 . ch. 9] M8/M9 detector paper [ref. 11] M256 chemical agent detection kit [ref. 3] CP-95 [ref.3 . 8] IM-270 [ref. 9] AN/KAS-1 [ref. 11] a. D. d. ref.5 .1 NTTP 3-20. ch. ref. NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. User’s Logistic Support Summary (ULSS) for Multifunction Radiac (MFR) Sets.7 .215 215 CHEMICAL. b. Treatment of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries Recovery Operations in a CBR Environment Radiac Field M100 Technical Manual SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. h] PP4276A/PD pocket dosimeter charger [ref. Surface Ship Survivability NSTM S9086-CD-STM-000/CH-070R4. C. 4. sec. B. e] AN/PDR-65 [ref.10 . Log book [ref.4 . c. sec. BIOLOGICAL. IM series pocket dosimeters (143/109/270) [ref. sec. sec 4] 89 . E. 4] IPDS [ref. ch. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.

7] AB Contamination markers [ref. 5] Topside decontamination of a weather deck [ref.17 . sec 4] ABCDEF Calcium hypochlorite (HTH) [ref. sec. sec. 2] AB CMWD [ref.19 . 5] AB Personnel decontamination station [ref. 5.29 .14 15 .3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. e. c. 7] AB Clean towels [ref.27 . 7] ABCDEF Casualty decontamination station [ref. c.16 . . 5] Reading an IM-270 pocket dosemeter [ref. b. h] What decontamination solution can be used aboard ship in place of calcium HTH? [ref. ch.215 215. b. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DETECTION AND DECONTAMINATION EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT’D) JPBDS [ref.34 CHEMICAL.30 . 7] AB Decontamination/detergent solutions [ref. f. f. 7] AB Battle dressing station(s) [ref. b. 7] AB CCA [ref. sec.21 . c. 2-PAM-chloride (CANA auto injectors) [ref.23 . 5] AB Deep shelter station [ref.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Describe the procedures for using the following: a. c.28 . sec. sec.26 . c. sec.2. ch. c. c. c. 11] AB Atropine. sec. sec. ch. c.33 . 3] Zeroing a pocket dosimeter with a PP4276/PD dosimeter charger [ref.1. sec. sec.18 . sec. sec. a. c. 7] AB M291 skin decontamination kit [ref. sec. c.25 . 3] Personnel decontamination in the decontamination station/CCA [ref. 7] AB Clean clothing [ref. c. c. sec. c. b. c. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215. sec. 90 . ref. a.22 . sec. 7] AB Buckets/brushes/swabs [ref. 2] ABE Nerve agent pyridostigmine bromide pretreatment [ref. c. 7] AB Unexploded munitions marker [ref.20 .24 .2 215.2 Reading with a CP-95 [ref. b. 7] AB Decontamination cabinet [ref. sec. 7] AB Casualty collection station(s) [ref. sec. ch. c.32 . 6] ABDEF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215. f. 7] ABEF Trash cans with liners [ref. b. c.13 . sec. d. sec. sec. b. sec. 7] AB Firehosing (fire hose with nozzle) [ref. c.31 . 2] AB Ready shelter station [ref. sec. BIOLOGICAL. 7] Interior decontamination of a space [ref. c. sec.

4] 5. ch. 7. sec. sec. 3] 2. 4] Biological detection with a JBPDS [ref c. sec. sec. Radiac monitoring [ref. Loss of ship’s electrical power to: 1. c. c. b.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a. sec. 4] Chemical agent detection with M-9 par [ref. JBPDS [ref. sec. 4] 7. [ref. sec. rope and canvas. 2] Atropine/2-PAM-chloride and CANA auto-injectors [ref. ref. c. sec. sec. 7] Biological detection with the DFU [ref. c. sec.5 215. c. 7] Washing down contamination on the weather decks [ref. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DETECTION AND DECONTAMINATION EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT’D) SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system? a. sec. n. Casualty collection station [ref. CP-95 [ref. c. sec. 4] Chemical detection with the DFU [ref. c. sec. i. 3] Chemical agent detection with M-256 [ref. 7. f. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 91 . sec. h. 4] M291 kit around eyes and mouth [ref. AN/KAS-1/1A [ref. 6] Rain and sunlight exposure to M-256/M256A-1 [ref. 5] NAPP [ref. c. snow and ice) on the weather decks [ref. sec. 4] Mixing HTH with other decontamination solutions [ref. sec. k. DFU [ref. l. g. c. c.e. e.4. d. 4] Loss of firemain [ref. 4] 1. sec. sec. g] 2. c.1 CHEMICAL. c. b. ref. 3] Loss of CPS zone [ref. 4] 6. b. sec. CCA [ref. b. sec. c. m. sec. sec. c. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215. 4] Handling/shipping potential biological contaminated samples. f. 7] Material decontamination of absorbent materials (i. c. 7] Performing interior decontamination [ref. CPS [ref. 2] M-256A1 chemical detection kit [ref. e. c. c. sec. d. c. f. IPDS [ref. b. c. 3] 3. BIOLOGICAL. sec. c. g] b.215 215. b.5. sec. j. c. b. CMWD [ref. 4] 4. ch. sec. AN/PDR-65 [ref. 7] 8.4 215.

3 . ref. b. sec. Engineering Casualty Control NSTM S9086-KY-STM-010/CH-320R4. 1.5 Portable cables [ref. sec.216 216 CASUALTY POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-030/CH-079V3R3. ref.1. sec. 1] Riser terminals [ref. b. ref.2 . sec.1 . c] Bulkhead terminals [ref. 2] What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: [ref. 47. sec. ref. sec. 1. b. 1. sec. c] Casualty power circuit breaker [ref. Phase identification markings [ref. c] a. ref d] a. sec. Rigging casualty power Securing casualty power Unrigging casualty power . ref. 1.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. sec. 47. c] Switchboard terminals [ref. sec. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 216. B. a.2 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 92 . Damage Control. a. ref. ref.2. b. 1. a. b. c. b. What is its function? Where is it located? Questions ABD ABD ABD ABD ABD ABD 216. 47.2 216. b.4 . b. Electrical Power Distribution System Ship's Information Book (SIB) Ship’s Casualty Power Doctrine 216.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref.

2 Portable cable amperage [ref.4 216.1 .216 216.3 CASUALTY POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed.5.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed. sec. a. 47] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 93 .5 216. sec.3. 47] Casualty power circuit breaker amperage [ref. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. What is the normal rating? What is the casualty power application rating? Questions AB A 216. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 216. B. answer the following questions: A. a.

ref. sec. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Suction connection f. d] a. a. sec. 5] d. Strainers [ref. Handling line [ref. Overboard discharge fittings [ref. Discharge valve and head assembly d. Exhaust primer valve b. ref.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. B. E What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? Questions ABCD AB AB ABCD A A A A ABD ABD ABDE ABDE ABDE ABDE ABDE ABDE AB ABDE ABDE ABDE ABDE 217. 5. a. Damage Control. Primer hose assembly c. Throttle 94 . secs. d] Electric submersible pump [ref. C. Motor [ref.1. ref. sec. a.217 217 DEWATERING EQUIPMENT/PUMPS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. Peri-jet) [ref. 5. sec. 26] b. Electrical cable and switch box [ref. sec. Air cleaner assembly i. a. 29. Practical Damage Control Ship’s Damage Control Book 217.2 . b.1 . ref. sec. 5. Exhaust muffler h. Fuel tank j. Damage Controlman NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. 4. a. sec. 5.3 Eductors (S-type. a. a. d] a. d] P-100 pump [ref. ref. a. c. ref. d] b. Surface Ship Firefighting NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2. Pump drain valve g. Supply/discharge hoses [ref. 5. D. 5] e. d] a. sec. Primer shutoff valve e. sec. 5] c. Starter assembly k. Hoses [ref.

a.2.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. b. 6] a. 4.1 . b. a. C. m. 5] S-type eductor [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 95 . n. 217. 5] P-100 pump [ref. a. sec. 5] Electrical submersible pump [ref. ch. sec. sec. c.3 .1.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the sequence of component involvement to: [ref. B. sec.2 . a.4 What is the normal operating value? What is the maximum self-priming lift? What is the physical location of the indicator? What is the rate of delivery (capacity)? Questions D D BD ABCD Peri-jet eductor [ref. chs.3. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 217.4. Use electrical submersible pumps in tandem Increase the suction lift of the P-100 with eductor Increase dewatering capability using an eductor on discharge side of P-100 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 217. answer the following questions: A. Oil dipstick Packing adjustment plunger Pressure gage Questions AB ABDE ABDE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 217.217 217.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How does the loss of/low firemain pressure affect the operation of the eductors? [ref. D.4 217.2 217.3 DEWATERING EQUIPMENT/PUMPS SYSTEM (CONT’D) l. a.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating the P-100? [ref. b, sec. 4] What special safety precautions apply to the operation of the submersible pump? [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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References: [a] NAVAIR 00-80R-14, NATOPS U.S. Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual

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Crash and salvage equipment: [chs. 8, 9] a. Crash and rescue tool kit Special tools/equipment: a. Firefighting clothing [ch. 3] b. CO2 extinguisher with extension hose assembly [ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABC AB AB

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PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS When evacuating the aircrew and passengers during rescue evolutions, what safety precaution is required if the rescue person's firefighting clothing becomes wet during entry? [ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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219 219 CONFLAGRATION STATION SYSTEM
References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12, Surface Ship Firefighting Ship's Information Book (SIB) NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2, Damage Control, Practical Damage Control NAVAIR 00-80R-14, NATOPS U.S. Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual

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Sprinkler group system control switch [ref. a, sec. 3; ref. b; ref. d, chs. 7, 8] Divisional/deck edge doors control switch [ref. b] Hangar deck lighting control switch [ref. b] Ordnance elevators sprinkler control switch [ref. a, sec. 2; ref. b] Vehicle(upper/lower storage) ramp sprinkler control [ref. b; ref. d, ch. 8] Sound-powered circuit: a. X50J [ref. a, sec. 2; ref. b; ref. d, ch. 8] b. JZ [ref. a, sec. 2; ref. b] High temperature alarms [ref. b; ref. c, ch. 37] Hangar deck 3MC units [ref. b; ref. d, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABD ABC ABC ABC ABC AB AB ABE ABC

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PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Draw a block diagram showing the locations of sprinkler groups. [ref. b] During what conditions are the conflagration stations manned? [ref. d, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed, answer the following question: [ref. a, sec. 2; ref. b] A. B. What are the allowable operating limits? What is the physical location of the indicators? Questions AB

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Firemain pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. b] a. b. c. d. Loss of firemain pressure Loss of AFFF Loss of electrical power Loss of communications

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 219.5 219.5.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to the operation of deck edge/divisional doors? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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220 220 PIPE REPAIR/PATCHING SYSTEM
References: [a] [b] [c] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2, Damage Control, Practical Damage Control SS-100-AG-MAN-010, Damage Control and Firefighting Equipment Layout Booklet Emergency Water Activated Repair Patch (EWARP) Operating Procedures

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Pipe patching kit [ref. a, sec. 42] a. Hacksaw with spare 12-inch blades b. Canvas-duck cloth c. Wood chisel d. Diver’s gloves e. 1/8-to-2-inch pipe cutter f. 2½-to-4-inch pipe cutter g. Ball peen hammer h. Hatchet i. Tarred marline j. Spun tarred oakum k. Wooden tapered plugs of various sizes l. Rubber sheet m. Metal cutting saw n. Tailor shears o. Wooden tapered wedges of various sizes Banding kit [ref. a, sec. 42] a. Clamping tool strap b. Steel strapping/band-it buckle c. Container d. Gloves e. Strong back f. Chain wrench

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Plastic patch/pipe patching kit No.3. a. c] Soft patch [ref. b. 1 l. sec. a. Paste resin kit No. 2 o. 42] EWARP [ref.4 Jubilee pipe patch [ref. Void cover f. Hardener paste j.1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What are the allowable piping system limits when using the following: . sec. Shears p.5 .1 . Polyvinyl chloride film h.5 PIPE REPAIR/PATCHING SYSTEM (CONT’D) Jubilee pipe patches [ref. Plastic patch/pipe patching kit No. a.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref.220 220.4 . 2 m. 42] Plastic patch [ref. sec. Polyvinyl chloride film gloves i.2 220. 42] a. 42] Banding patch [ref. Bag tools satchel b. 42] EWARP [ref. Hardener liquid k. Wood spatula ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions AB A AB A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 220. a. 1] Plastic patch pipe repair kit (MHC/PC class only) [ref.3 . sec. a.1. Abrasive cloth d. sec. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 101 . a.2. Tongue depressor g. Glass woven roving cloth e.3 . 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 220. Chalk line c. sec. Liquid resin n. sec.3 220.2 . sec. a.

c] Banding kit [ref. a.5.4 220. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 102 .4. b. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 220. a.2 PIPE REPAIR/PATCHING SYSTEM (CONT’D) SYSTEM INTERFACE What piping systems would the EWARP not be used on? [ref.5 220. sec. a. sec. sec. 42] Plastic pipe repair kit (MHC/PC class) [ref.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to using the: a. d] How can a plastic pipe patch be used in hull repair (MHC/PC class only)? [ref. EWARP [ref.1 . c.220 220.

a. 103 . Spun tarred oakum h. What is its function? Where is it located? Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB 221. a. PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. Damage Controlman 221.2 . d. sec. sec. Damage Control. 1.3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION – None to be discussed.5 . Ball peen hammer e. Lathing hatchet f. sec. 42] Hinged plate patch [ref. Tapered wood plugs i.1 . a.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. and L type) [ref. 2] a. 42] Bucket patch [ref. 5-pound maul g. C-type hatchet e. Wood wedges Box patch [ref. sec. 42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 221. Shears k. ref. Cold chisel d.3 . a. sec. Practical Damage Control NAVSEA S5090-B1-TAB-010. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Bag.6 Plugging kit [ref. J. Training Aid Booklet for Damage Control Equipment Ship's Information Book (SIB) NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. a. sec. kit/tool box portable b. b. c.1. 42] Square plate patch [ref.2 221. B. sec. 42] Hook bolts (T. ref. Caulking iron c.4 . Hand saw j.221 221 PLUGGING KIT EQUIPMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2.

221 221.5. sec.5 221. 079-42-24] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 221.1 PLUGGING KIT EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT’D) SYSTEM INTERFACE Discuss how the plugging kit interfaces with the shoring system. a.4 221.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when performing a plugging repair? [ref. fig.4. 42-7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 104 . 42. a. sec. [ref.

B. b. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the components of the kit? Questions ABC AB AB AB AB AB AB AB 222.2 . Shoring steel c. Damage Controlman Ships DC book part 1 222.4 .3 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 105 . sec. Collapsed Extended . sec.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. ref c] A. b.2 222. Wood wedges d. 43] a. Shoring lumber (wood) b. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref.222 222 SHORING SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2.2 . 43.3 . a.5 Shoring tool kit Shoring material kit: a. PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the formula for determining the maximum length of a wood shore? [ref. a. ch. 43] What is the maximum length of a wood wedge? [ref. ref.3 222. Practical Damage Control NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. C. a.3. sec. sec. 43] What is the maximum weight metal shoring can support when: [ref.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION – None to be discussed.1 .1. 8. Steel wedges Strongback Shole Shoring batten ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 222. Damage Control. a.

Paint on wood shore/wedge Sea and ship's motion Explosive/flammable hazards in relation to using steel shore ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 222. c. sec.4 222.5 222. a.222 222.5. a. 43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 43] What safety precautions must be observed after shoring is completed? [ref. b. 43] a. a. sec.2 106 .1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to bulged or panting bulkhead/ deck/overhead? [ref. sec.1 SHORING SYSTEM (CONT’D) SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref.4.

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. a. b.223 223 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM References: [a] [b] NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2.2 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION – None to be discussed. sec. Damage Control.1 . c. d.4. b. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: 223. 1. sec.3] How does this system interface with the following: [ref.4 223.5 223. LAN databases Alarm sensors Communications Remote monitoring stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 223. 1. sec. sec.2 223. 39] a. SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the EMP/TREE affect the operation of this system? [ref.1 What is the function of the computer based DC Management system? [ref.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref.3 223.1. Practical Damage Control NSTM S9086-CD-STM-010/CH-070R3.5.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. 39] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 223. Nuclear Defense at Sea and Radiological Recovery of Ships After Nuclear Weapons Explosion 223.3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 107 . a. b.

1. Shipboard Biological/Chemical Warfare 224. C.1 SCBA/BACS [ref. Drive air inlet pressure gauge 2. a. Filtered air inlet valve 8. 7] 1. Air booster pump assembly [ref. Drive air control valve 6. Booster pump 12.1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Drive air filter 10.31-470. Drive air regulator 3. Surge tank 13. Filtered air inlet pressure gauge 7. 2. Drive air bleed valve 5. ch. Filtered air outlet pressure gauge 9.3] a. Drive air LP relief valve 11. a. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Breathing Air Charging System (BACS) Emergency breathing air compressor (EBAC) Manufacturer Technical Manual Electric High Pressure Air Compressor Manufacturer Technical Manual NTTP 320. 3. 5. Filtered air HP relief valve 14. Regulated air pressure gauge 4. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions A ABC ABC ABC ABC AB AB ABC AB ABC AB ABC ABC AB ABC ABC ABC 224. Pilot switch 15. B.224 224 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) BREATHING AIR CHARGING SYSTEM (BACS) References: [a] [b] [c] [d] S6226-PD-MMO-010/07070R2. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. chs. In-line filter 108 .

a. b. H2O/CO indicator 7. a. Moisture indicator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 224. HP filter assembly [ref. Breathing air charging panel AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB 109 . Fuel system f. 3. Cartridge holders 5. 1] a. chs. d. Filtered air hose assembly (H-102) 3. 5.1. chs. Relief valve assemblies e. Drain valve Connecting hose assemblies: [ref. e. ch 1. HP flasks g.2 EBAC [ref. 2.3 Electric HP breathing air compressor [ref. c. Relief valves d. LO b. ch. Compressor carrying assembly h.224 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) BREATHING AIR CHARGING SYSTEM (BACS) (CONT’D) Questions 224. Manifold 6. Low LO shut down switch e. Final discharge air regulating pressure valve f. Coalesor filter 2.1. Charging hose d. Filtered air supply hose assembly (H-103) 4.1 b. 5. Shut-off valve 2. HPFA gauge 8. Air filters i. 3. 7] 1. Check valve 4. c. Bleed valve 3. Charging wands AB AB AB AB AB AB AB ABC AB AB AB AB AB A A A A ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 224.2] a. LO c. 2. In-line filter HPAC CBR filter [ref d] 1. Pressure gages c. 7] 1. Relief valve 3. Compressor drive belt g. Drive air hose assembly (H-101) 2. Electric compressor drive belt b.1.

a. I j. answer the following questions: [ref.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. 2] A. ABPA drive air path and filtered air path HPFA drive air path and filtered air path EBAC Electric HP breathing air compressor .2. 3] Trace the air paths for the following equipment: [ref. a. ch.12 Filtered air outlet pressure gauge Filtered air inlet pressure gauge Drive air bleed valve Regulated air pressure gauge Drive air inlet pressure gauge Filtered air inlet valve Drive air control valve Drive air regulator HPFA gauge Shut-off valve Bleed valve Drain valve 110 .1. d.11 .8 . ch.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed.3 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) BREATHING AIR CHARGING SYSTEM (BACS) (CONT’D) h.6 .3.7 . c. B.4 .2 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 224.2 .9 . k l m n o Gages Charging hoses Back pressure regulating valve HP air cut out valves Coalescer drain Moisture/humidity indicator Auto start/stop Pressure regulator Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 224. ch.3 .10 . What is the normal operating value? What are the allowable operating limits? Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB 224.224 224. b.2 224.5 . 3] a.1 . a.

6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 111 . a. chs. Loss of electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 224.13 .4.4 224.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. Air quality testing c.4 224. 4.224 SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) BREATHING AIR CHARGING SYSTEM (BACS) (CONT’D) H2O/CO indicator Relief valve Shut-off knob (hose isolation valve) Bleed handle (hose isolation valve) Back pressure regulator Pressure regulator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions AB AB AB AB AB AB 224.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. sec.3.16 .18 224.15 . Breathing air test kit d. Low or loss of HP air b.17 . 5] a.4. ch. 1. a.14 .

1 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Surface Ship Firefighting Ship’s Information Book (SIB) 225. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 112 . Remote manual control box ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 225.2 Water mist pumping station components [refs. a. Simplex strainer e. Water mist supply tank b. Primary and secondary supply/isolation valves d.2 225. B.225 225 INSTALLED WATER MIST FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] Ship’s Damage Control Book NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12. Bulkhead isolation valves f. D. c] a.1 . C. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the indications if the component fails? Questions AE ABC ABCDE ABCE ABCE ABE ABE ABCE ABE ABCDE ABE 225. Water mist pump c. E. c] a. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Water mist piping h.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Draw a simple diagram of this system. Nozzles Engineroom Sprinkler system [refs. Primary and secondary high pressure water supply valves g. a. show the path of the agent from the pumping stations to the discharge nozzles: [ref.2.1.

[ref.4. c.3 INSTALLED WATER MIST FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. b.2 . a] A.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref.225 225. b] a.5 225.2 List all safety devices in this system and their settings.1 . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 113 .5. answer the following questions: [ref.2 How do the auxiliary systems affect the operation of this system? [ref. Loss of potable water main Loss of electrical power Improper valve alignment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 225.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 224. B.3. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . What is the normal operating value? What are the allowable operating limits? Questions AB AB AB 224.3 System pressure FWD tank capacity Aft tank capacity ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 225.3 Discuss how a loss of AFFF would affect operation of this system? [ref.

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WATCHSTATION Performance. K.300 300. Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item. which is the practical factors portion of your qualification. Prerequisites may include schools. which are items that must be certified completed before you can begin qualification for a particular watchstation.1 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS INTRODUCTION The Watchstation section of your PQS is where you get a chance to demonstrate to your Qualifier that you can put the knowledge you have gained in the previous sections to use. systems. It allows you to practice the tasks required for your watchstation and to handle abnormal conditions and emergencies. and fundamentals. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisites is required prior to achievement of final watchstation qualification. The performance is broken down as follows: Tasks (routine operating tasks that are performed frequently) Infrequent Tasks Abnormal Conditions Emergencies Training Watches If there are multiple watchstations. J. watchstation qualifications from other PQS books. or watchstation qualifications from this book. PREREQUISITES. which is used to obtain the required signatures for approval and recording of Final Qualification. Record the date of actual completion. a QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY will appear at the end of the Standard. 300. the Qualifier must verify completion from existing records. A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE. you must complete the prerequisites that pertain to the performance of that particular task.2 FORMAT Each watchstation in this section contains: I. Before starting your assigned tasks. 115 . not the sign-off date.

you may perform the task under the supervision of a qualified watchstander. some items listed in each watchstation may be too hazardous or time consuming to perform or simulate.6 HOW TO COMPLETE After completing the required prerequisites applicable to a particular task.5 NUMBERING Each Final Qualification is assigned both a watchstation number and a NAVEDTRA Final Qualification number. Additionally. 116 . Thus. The NAVEDTRA number is to be used for recording qualifications in service and training records. The only proper sources of this information are the technical manuals. 300. Therefore.300 300. 300.4 DISCUSSION ITEMS Though actual performance of evolutions is always preferable to observation or discussion. Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS). If you satisfactorily perform the task and can explain each step.3 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (CONT’D) OPERATING PROCEDURES The PQS deliberately makes no attempt to specify the procedures to be used to complete a task or control or correct a casualty. ship to ship. Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) or other policy-making documents prepared for a specific installation or a piece of equipment. your Qualifier will verify Final Qualification by signing and dating the Final Qualification pages. After all line items have been completed. your Qualifier will sign you off for that task. 300. the level of accuracy required of a trainee may vary from school to school. you may be required to discuss such items with your Qualifier. and squadron to squadron based upon such factors as mission requirements. proficiency may be confirmed only through demonstrated performance at a level of competency sufficient to satisfy the Commanding Officer.

FINAL QUALIFICATION 301 NAVEDTRA 43119-J BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). or by observation of performance. however. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. Should supervisors give away their signatures. Recommend designation as qualified in BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 117 . Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations.

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1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 301.2 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 201 Damage Control (DC) Communications Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 119 .WATCHSTATION 301 301 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 301.1 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101 Damage Control (DC) Safety Precautions Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102 Damage Control (DC) Communications/Symbology Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 107 Damage Control (DC) Organization Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 112 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management System and Software Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) . THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.1.

301 301.4 Receive and record messages using standard DC symbology ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABD .2.2 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.6 Deliver an oral and a written message within your DC repair station area (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCD . B. Questions AD 301.7 Plot a fire scenario using standard DC symbology (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 120 ACD . C.1 Obtain and inspect DC communications equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Establish and test communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABD .3 Transmit messages using standard phraseology ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABD .5 Secure and stow DC communications equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABD . D. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What means of communications are used? Satisfactorily perform this task.

E.2.3. B.1 Transmit messages through a sound-powered telephone earpiece ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABDE .3 Reestablish communications upon evacuation of the DC repair station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDE 121 .9 Plot a chemical scenario using standard DC symbology ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . D.301 301.2 AREA COMPRISES 42% OF WATCHSTATION.8 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS (CONT’D) Plot a flooding scenario using standard DC symbology ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions 301.2 Receive messages through a sound-powered telephone mouthpiece ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABDE . C. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What means of communications are used? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. ACD Questions ACD 301.

2 Malfunctioning DC communication equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . ABCDEF 301.4 AREA COMPRISES 9% OF WATCHSTATION. F. E.1 Loss of communication ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 EMERGENCIES – None to be discussed.4. ABCDE 301.3 AREA COMPRISES 24% OF WATCHSTATION. Questions ABCDEF 301.301 301.4 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS (CONT’D) Questions Reestablish communications using the emergency communication kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. C.3. B. 122 . D.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A.

1 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS (CONT’D) WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Sound-Powered Phone Talker (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Plotter (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 301.6.7 301. 301.301 301.6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 123 .7. ETC.1 EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.

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The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as qualified BASIC FIRST-AID (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. however.FINAL QUALIFICATION 302 BASIC FIRST-AID NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Should supervisors give away their signatures. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 125 . A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. or by observation of performance.

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THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.1 OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .2 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301 Basic Damage Control (DC) Communications Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .WATCHSTATION 302 302 BASIC FIRST-AID Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 302.3 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 105 First-Aid and Rescue Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 127 .1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.1. 302.

E. F. B.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. G.2 BASIC FIRST-AID (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.1 Demonstrate patient evaluation procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . F. Questions ABCDEFG 302. E.2 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. C. C. Questions ABCDEF 302. D.2 Locate designated first-aid boxes ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) F .3 Locate battle dressing stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. D. F 302. B.3.302 302.2.1 Place a personnel casualty in a Neil-Robertson stretcher ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 128 .

10 Apply a splint to a compound fracture ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 129 .6 Control hemorrhage by tourniquet ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Control hemorrhage by using pressure points ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Treat for shock ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Rescue victim from an energized circuit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Apply a splint to a simple fracture ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Control hemorrhage by direct pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 302.2 BASIC FIRST-AID (CONT’D) Place a personnel casualty in a Stokes stretcher ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3.3 Place a personnel casualty in a Miller body board stretcher ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

4 302.302 302.1 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed.11 BASIC FIRST-AID (CONT’D) Treat a heat exhaustion casualty ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 302.6 302.15 Treat a second degree burn ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . EMERGENCIES – None to be discussed.5 302.3.3 AREA COMPRISES 80% OF WATCHSTATION.14 Treat a first degree burn ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ETC.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 130 .13 Treat a heat cramps casualty ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . WATCHES – None.16 Treat a third degree burn ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 302.12 Treat a heat stroke casualty ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7. EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.

however. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 131 . The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination.FINAL QUALIFICATION 303 BASIC FIREFIGHTING NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). The examination or checkout need not cover every item. Should supervisors give away their signatures. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. Recommend designation as qualified BASIC FIREFIGHTING (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). or by observation of performance. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations.

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5 (A-495-0012) (REQUIRED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . 303. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.2 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 302 Basic First-Aid Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .3 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 103 Firefighting Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .1 SCHOOLS: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Scott Air Pak 4.4 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 203 Oxygen Breathing Apparatus (OBA) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 204 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 133 .1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.WATCHSTATION 303 303 BASIC FIREFIGHTING Estimated completion time: 4 weeks 303.1.

303 303.4 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) 205 Personal Protective Clothing Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 207 Portable Firefighting Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 208 Portable Damage Control (DC) Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 209 Installed Fire Extinguishing Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 211 Firemain Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 212 Access/Overhaul Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 213 Ventilation Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 225 Installed Water Mist Fire Extinguishing Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 134 .1.

clean.4 Relieve nozzle position on charged hose ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . and restow OBA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCEG . F. C. and restow fire hose ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 135 ABCEG .5 Inspect. Questions ABEFG 303. E.1 Don and doff FFE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . clean. inspect.3 Remove used canister.303 303. layout.2. D.7 Inspect. don. and activate SCBA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . and restow the SCBA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . don. and activate OBA using quick-start candle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .6 Charge. B.2 Inspect. inspect. charge. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.2 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. G.

CO2 hose reel ABEFG ACDEG ABCEFG ABCDEG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b. CO2 flooding system ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c.9 Demonstrate proper water management techniques ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2. APC extinguishing system (range guard) ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 136 .303 303. HALON/HFP system ABCDEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) f. AFFF sprinkling system ABCDEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d.10 Maneuver charged hoses up and down ladders ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Saltwater sprinkling system ABDEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e.8 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) Questions Charge hose and operate firefighting nozzles through all patterns ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Demonstrate the ability to activate the following installed equipment: a.

Ramfan ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) g. Water Mist system remotely/locally ABCDEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . AFFF hose reel Questions ABCDEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) h.303 303.11 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) g. Thermal imager ABCFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e.2. Smoke curtains ABCG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c. PECU ABCEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) f. Box fan ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 137 . Smoke blankets ABCG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d.12 Locate the following items and demonstrate the ability to use them: a. AFFF in-line eductor ABCFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b.

Power hawk ABCEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) l. Fire boundaries ABCEG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 138 . Portable AFFF extinguisher ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) n. Portable PKP extinguishers ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) o. Portable CO2 extinguisher ABEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) m.12 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) h. Portable firefighting pump (P-100) and related equipment Questions ABCEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) j. PHARS ABCEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) k.2.303 303.13 Demonstrate the ability to set and maintain the following: a. Overhaul equipment ABCEG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

2 Maneuver charged hoses through a vertical trunk ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . C.1 Vent compartments ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 303.5 Perform fog firefighting procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 139 . E. Questions ABCDEFG 303. G.13 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) b. Smoke boundaries Questions ABCEG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . D. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.4 Perform indirect firefighting procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .3 Don and activate OBA using manual method ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .2.303 303.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.3.2 AREA COMPRISES 47% OF WATCHSTATION. F. B.

F.4. D. E.3 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.3 Jammed OBA canister ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. C. Questions ABCDEFGH 303.4 SCBA second stage regulator failure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH 140 . B.6 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) Questions Rig portable desmoking equipment inside fire/smoke boundaries to achieve active desmoking ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3.2 Leaking of OBA/SCBA facepiece ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . G.1 Collapsed OBA breathing bag ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABCDEFG 303.303 303. H.

5 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) SCBA quick charge in smoke filled environment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .303 303.11 Clogged vari-nozzle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Ruptured hose ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION.7 Loss of ship’s electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Loss of HP air ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4.8 Improperly stowed hazardous/combustible materials ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Whiteout of Thermal Imager ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH BCEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDFGH Questions ABDEGH 141 .12 Compartment obstructed by debris ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .

5.4 Loss of firemain pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .6 Class A fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .2 Fire reflash ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .3 Wild hose ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . B. G.303 303. H. F.7 Class B fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 142 ABCDEFGH .5 Loss of fire boundaries ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . D.1 Fire in ventilation system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEFGH 303.5 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. E. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. C.

8 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) Class C fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Class D fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .303 303. ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303.10 Fire in CBR environment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6.5 AREA COMPRISES 12% OF WATCHSTATION.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Plugman (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Boundaryman (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 143 .6 303.5.

ETC. 303.303 303.1 BASIC FIREFIGHTING (CONT’D) Accessman/overhaulman (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .7.6 AREA COMPRISES 5% OF WATCHSTATION.7 303.1 EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 144 .6.

FINAL QUALIFICATION 304 FIRE WATCH STANDER NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 145 . Recommend designation as a qualified FIRE WATCH STANDER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). or by observation of performance. Should supervisors give away their signatures. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. however. The examination or checkout need not cover every item.

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E.2. obtain. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task.WATCHSTATION 304 304 FIRE WATCH STANDER Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 304.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. D. Questions ABCEF 304. C.1. 304. F. B.1 Muster.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 303 Basic Firefighting Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . and inspect equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.2 Setup communications between hot-work operator and fire watch when on opposite sides of bulkhead/deck ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 147 ABCDEF .2 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 108 Fire Watch Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 304. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

C.4 INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed. G. Questions ABCDEFG 304.3 Fuel spill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 Inspect and return fire watch equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . ABF ABEF Questions ABCDEF 304. B.3 FIRE WATCH STANDER (CONT’D) Maintain surveillance over hot-work area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . F.2.4 Inspect area after hot-work is completed ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 Loss of firemain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 AREA COMPRISES 22% OF WATCHSTATION. D.4.2 AREA COMPRISES 35% OF WATCHSTATION. ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A.3 304.2 Excessive smoke/fumes from hot-work ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. E.304 304. 148 ABCDEFG .

ABCDEFGH 304.5 FIRE WATCH STANDER (CONT’D) EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Fire Watch Stander (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 14% OF WATCHSTATION. F.304 304.6.3 Fire extinguishing equipment malfunctions ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 304.1 Fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 149 . Questions ABCDEFGH 304.5 AREA COMPRISES 22% OF WATCHSTATION. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. B.5. C. D. E.2 Loss of communications with hot-work operator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . G. H.

7 304.7. ETC.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 150 .304 304.1 FIRE WATCH STANDER (CONT’D) EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.

Recommend designation as qualified BASIC CHEMICAL. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. Should supervisors give away their signatures. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 151 . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). BIOLOGICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). The examination or checkout need not cover every item. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. or by observation of performance. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations.FINAL QUALIFICATION 305 NAVEDTRA 43119-J BASIC CHEMICAL. BIOLOGICAL. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. however. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation.

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Biological.3 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 204 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 205 Personal Protective Clothing Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 206 Watertight Closures/Hull Fittings Completed ___________________________________ 2% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 213 Ventilation Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 153 .305 WATCHSTATION 305 BASIC CHEMICAL.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. BIOLOGICAL. 305. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 305. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. and Radiological (CBR) Defense Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301 Basic Damage Control (DC) Communications Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .1.2 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 106 Chemical.

305 305. BIOLOGICAL. F.2 Transit through a CCA and decontamination station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF . Questions F 305.1 Locate decontamination/CCA stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . B. D.3 Locate casualty collection stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) F .1. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.3 BASIC CHEMICAL.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE (CONT’D) 215 Chemical.2. Biological. and Radiological (CBR) Detection and Decontamination Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 305.5 Don and doff chemical protective ensemble ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABDF 154 . E.4 Locate deep shelter stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) F . C.

9 Pass through CPS/SACPS air lock/pressure lock ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Demonstrate self and buddy aid for nerve agent exposure using atropine and 2-PAM/chloride/CANA training injectors ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .305 BASIC CHEMICAL. ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABDF Questions ABDF 305.11 Transit through a DECON station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 45% OF WATCHSTATION.10 Decontaminate external and internal areas ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE (CONT’D) Change protective mask canister ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 ABDF 155 . BIOLOGICAL.7 Use the M-291 skin decontamination kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

F. E. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What parameters must be monitored? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. 305. EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.5.3. G.4 305. B. E.2 Chemical attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 156 . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. F. Questions ABCDEFG 305. BIOLOGICAL.3 AREA COMPRISES 5% OF WATCHSTATION. D.5 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed. G. Questions ABCDEFG 305. C.3 BASIC CHEMICAL. B.1 Nuclear blast ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 Post M8 and M9 paper ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .305 305. D. C. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.

1 WATCHES – None. BIOLOGICAL.6 305. ETC.5.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 157 . Nerve b. ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 305.7 305. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE (CONT’D) Biological attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.4 Nuclear radiation exposure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Pathogens ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .7. Blister c.6 Biological agent exposure a. Toxins b.5 Chemical agent exposure a. Blood ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 AREA COMPRISES 30% OF WATCHSTATION.3 ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG 305.305 BASIC CHEMICAL.

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however. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 159 . or by observation of performance. Recommend designation as qualified BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (NAVEDTRA 43119-J).QUALIFICATION 306 NAVEDTRA 43119-J BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. Should supervisors give away their signatures.

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and Radiological (CBR) Defense Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 306.1.WATCHSTATION 306 306 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) Estimated completion time: 4 weeks 306.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 303 Basic Damage Control Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 304 Fire Watch Stander Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 305 Basic Chemical. Biological. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.2 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 104 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 107 Damage Control (DC) Organization Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 110 Battle Damage Repair Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 111 Hazardous Material Control and Management (HMC&M) Program Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 161 .

2 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) 113 Investigation Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) . D. F. C.306 306.1 What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task. 306. E.1. Questions ABEF Dog and undog individually dogged watertight doors ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 162 . B.3 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 202 Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 214 Installed Drainage Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 216 Casualty Power Distribution Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 217 Dewatering Equipment/Pumps Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 224 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) Breathing Air Charging System (BACS) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 306.2.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.

4 Dog and undog a raised scuttle/flush deck scuttle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Dog and undog a watertight hatch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Open and close a sounding tube ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Dog and undog a ballistic hatch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.8 Open and close battle ports ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Dog and undog quick-acting watertight doors ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Open and close deck drains ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Dog and undog a ballistic scuttle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .306 306.10 Open and close ventilation closures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Open and close air test fittings ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 163 ABCEF ABCEF ABCEF ABEF ABF ABCEF ABCEF ABEF ABEF Questions ABEF .

12 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Open and close overboard discharge fittings ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Demonstrate proper procedures for bracing for shock (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Log DC fittings open/closed in the closure log (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Demonstrate proper procedures for reporting emergencies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Set and maintain material condition ZEBRA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.306 306.13 Set and maintain material condition YOKE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Transit to assigned battle station using proper traffic routes ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCEF ABF ABEF ABDF ABF ABCF ABCF Questions ABCEF 164 .18 Demonstrate proper battle dress ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

306 306.20 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Locate piping system/isolation valves in assigned areas ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3. ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCEF Questions ABEF 306. D. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.21 Locate and operate system valves equipped with remote operators ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . G.22 Isolate ventilation systems in assigned area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . B. C. Questions 306.23 Set and maintain flooding boundaries ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 50% OF WATCHSTATION.1 Identify and report material conditions of readiness discrepancies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDFG 165 . F.2. E.

3.3 Set modified condition ZEBRA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 AREA COMPRISES 12% OF WATCHSTATION.5 Set circle William fittings in assigned area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Set modified condition YOKE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Set William fittings in assigned area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABCDEFG ABCDFG ABCDFG ABCDFG Questions ABCDFG ABCDEFG 166 .7 Align/secure an installed eductor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .306 306.6 Rig jumper hoses around damaged piping to reestablish systems ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

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ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

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EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

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NAVEDTRA 43119-J ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC)

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as qualified ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (NAVEDTRA 43119-J).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

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307.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301-306 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . PIPE PATCHING.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.2 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 220 Pipe Repair/Patching Completed ___________________________________ 2% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 221 Plugging Kit Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 2% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 222 Shoring Completed ___________________________________ 2% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 173 . HULL PATCHING/PLUGGING. AND SOUNDING.WATCHSTATION 307 307 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) Estimated completion time: 8 weeks NOTE: UPON COMPLETION OF THIS WATCHSTATION.1. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. PERSONNEL SHALL BE QUALIFIED TO PERFORM IN THE FOLLOWING TEAMS: DEWATERING. 307. SHORING.

G.6 Construct I-type shoring ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 174 .3 Demonstrate plugging procedures to control a crack and a hole above and below the waterline ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .1 Take. B.4 Inventory and inspect a shoring tool kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) G .2.2 Inventory and inspect a plugging kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) G . Questions 307. and report soundings on all tanks/voids within DC repair station areas/adjacent areas ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . F.307 307. C. D. record. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.5 Locate shoring materials in assigned areas ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) G . E.2 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.

7 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Construct H-type shoring ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Describe the duties of a shoring watch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .307 307.2.15 Perform pipe repair using a plastic pipe patch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG G G ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 175 .14 Perform pipe repair using jubilee patch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Construct K-type shoring using steel shores ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Perform pipe repair using a soft patch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Inventory and inspect a pipe patching kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Construct wood K-type shoring utilizing a shoring batten ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Construct wood K-type shoring utilizing a carpenter square ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

17 Inventory and inspect a banding kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and stow an electric submersible pump ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .20 Rig.19 Restore repaired piping systems ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . secure. secure.2 AREA COMPRISES 46% OF WATCHSTATION. secure.22 Rig.2.21 Rig.307 307. ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG G Questions ABCDEFG 176 . operate.18 Perform pipe repair using a banding kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . operate. and stow a portable eductor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and stow P-100 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . operate.16 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Perform pipe repair using an EWARP ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

307 307.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed.3. D.4 Rig a submersible pump with a suction hose ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEGH . C.5 Control/combat structural damage in a CBR contaminated environment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . 177 .2 Dewater using a P-100 pump with an eductor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What parameters must be monitored? How are the monitored parameters changed by this infrequent task? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.3 Dewater contaminated water/fuel/hot water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEGH . Questions ABCDEGH 307.3 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. F. B. G.1 Use submersible pumps in tandem ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . H.3 AREA COMPRISES 24% OF WATCHSTATION. ABCDEGH 307. E.

B. C.1 Pressurized sounding tube ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.7 Loss of firemain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 178 ABCDEFG . E.5.307 307. G.5 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.4 Ruptured toxic liquid lines ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .3 Ruptured fuel piping ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .5 Progressive crack/split seam ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . D.6 Shoring collapses ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . F. Questions ABCDEFG 307.2 Progressive flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .

ETC. Questions ABCDEFG 307.1 EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.5 AREA COMPRISES 16% OF WATCHSTATION.307 307. 307.6.7 307.7.6 AREA COMPRISES 8% OF WATCHSTATION.6 307.5.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Plugging Team Member (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Shoring Team Member (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Pipe Patching Team Member (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Dewatering Team Member (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 179 .) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) Loss of electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .

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Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination.FINAL QUALIFICATION 308 TEAM LEADER NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). or by observation of performance. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. Recommend designation as a qualified TEAM LEADER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. however. Should supervisors give away their signatures. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 181 . a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge.

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Questions 308.3 Lead efforts of Attack Team in an indirect attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 183 ABCDEF .1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301-306 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 308.2 Lead efforts of Attack Team while accessing from above ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF . PERSONNEL SHALL BE QUALIFIED TO PERFORM IN THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS: TEAM LEADER. E.1 Coordinate efforts of multiple Attack Team hose lines while using the thermal imager ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF .2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.1.WATCHSTATION 308 308 TEAM LEADER Estimated completion time: 6 weeks NOTE: UPON COMPLETION OF THIS WATCHSTATION. C. 308. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. B. 308. D.2. F.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Class B fire ABCDEF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c.4 TEAM LEADER (CONT’D) Questions Coordinate efforts to overhaul the following: a. Class D fire ABCDEF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e. Class C fire ABCDEF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d.2.7 Direct evacuation of the Attack Team ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF ABCDF ABCDEF 184 . Machinery space fire ABCDEF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Determine damage in affected space and make reports to Scene Leader ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Report status of Attack Team progress to Scene Leader ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .308 308. Class A fire ABCDEF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b.

D. E.2 AREA COMPRISES 48% OF WATCHSTATION.2. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What safety precautions must be observed? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.4 Demonstrate the ability to desmoke a space adjacent to the weather deck by using a vari-nozzle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 185 ABCDE .1 Lead efforts to control/combat a fire in a CBR contaminated environment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDE . ABCDEF Questions ABCDEF 308. B.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.2 Lead efforts of the Attack Team in controlling/extinguishing a fire involving a weapon ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDE . Questions 308.9 Lead efforts of Attack team in Fog Attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .308 308. C.3 Lead efforts of the Attack Team to combat a ventilation system fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDE .8 TEAM LEADER (CONT’D) Assist in the employment of heat management techniques ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3.

5 TEAM LEADER (CONT’D) Lead efforts of Attack Team during vertical trunk access ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 Ruptured hose in the fire-affected space ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .308 308. B. E. ABCDE Questions ABCDE 308.2 Loss of one or more Attack Team members while combating the fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .3.4 308. F.3 Fire out of control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. D. C.6 Assist in the employment of active desmoking procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed. EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. Questions ABCDEFG 308.5 AREA COMPRISES 12% OF WATCHSTATION. G. 186 ABCDEFG .3 AREA COMPRISES 24% OF WATCHSTATION.5.

7 308.6 308.2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 187 .) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7. ETC.6.6 AREA COMPRISES 16% OF WATCHSTATION.308 308. 308.1 TEAM LEADER (CONT’D) WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Team Leader (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .1 EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.

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Should supervisors give away their signatures. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. however. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 189 . a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. BIOLOGICAL. Recommend designation as a qualified ADVANCED CHEMICAL. or by observation of performance. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. BIOLOGICAL. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). The examination or checkout need not cover every item.FINAL QUALIFICATION 309 NAVEDTRA 43119-J ADVANCED CHEMICAL.

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AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON Estimated completion time: 8 weeks NOTE: UPON COMPLETION OF THIS WATCHSTATION.0) (Recommended) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 191 .1 Schools: NKO ILE CBR and HAZMAT Identification. 309. PERSONNEL SHALL BE QUALIFIED TO PERFORM IN THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS: CP-95 OPERATOR. DECON STATION CUTTER/OPERATOR/LEADER. BIOLOGICAL.0) (Recommended) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NKO ILE Improved (Chemical Agent) Point Detection System (IPDS) (CNE-IPDS-1. MONITOR (TRAFFIC CONTROL). and Measures (CNE-CBR-001) (Recommended) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NKO ILE Chemical Warfare Directional Detector (CWDD) AN/KAS-1/1A (CNE-CWDD-1.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. AND RECORDER.0) (Recommended) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NKO ILE Navy Shipboard Collective Protection System (CPS) and Navy Selected Area Collective Protection System (SACPS) (NAVSEA-CPS-1. 309.1.309 WATCHSTATION 309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. INTERNAL/EXTERNAL MONITOR.0) (Recommended) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NKO ILE Dry Filter Unit (DFU) (CNE-DFU-1. Protective Equipment.

D. F. Questions G 309.2. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.1 Inventory decontamination equipment (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . C. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301-306 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 309.1.2 Decontaminate external area (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.309 309. BIOLOGICAL.3 Decontaminate internal area (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 192 . E. B. G.2 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.

5 Process personnel casualties through a CTA decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Properly dispose and/or decontaminate decontamination equipment (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Decontaminate aircraft (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 ABCDEFG ABCDEG ABCEFG 193 .8 Test and operate all radiac devices (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG ABCDEG 309.309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL. BIOLOGICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions Process personnel casualties through a CCA/decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.

record. IPDS. record.309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL. and report radiation readings using radiacs (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Post and read M8 and M9 paper (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions Take. BIOLOGICAL.12 Conduct on-station monitoring for chemical agents (M-256. and report results using chemical detection kits (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.10 Take.9 ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG 194 . AN/KAS-1A) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Conduct on-station monitoring for radiological contamination (AN-PDR-65 and AN-PDQ1 (MFR)) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 309.

18 Conduct rapid and detailed chemical surveys (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 309.14 195 .309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.16 Conduct external surveys for chemical agents (IPDS) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Conduct internal surveys for chemical agents (M-256) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Conduct external surveys for radiological contamination (AN-PDR-65 and AN-PDQ1 (MFR) IM270) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2. BIOLOGICAL.15 Conduct internal surveys for radiological contamination (AN-PDR-65 and AN-PDQ1 (MFR) IM 270) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

21 Collect biological sample using the DFU/JBPDS (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . mark. BIOLOGICAL. and report contaminated areas (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 196 ABCDEFG ABCEFG ABCEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG 309.22 Collect suspected surface biological sample for presumptive test ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.24 Isolate. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions Conduct rapid and detailed radiological surveys (AN-PDQ1 (MFR)) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Package and deliver presumptive positive sample to confirmatory lab (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . record.20 Collect biological sample package and submit for test after a biological attack (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ____________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 ABCDEFG .2.

24 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 Setup a decontamination/casualty decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and deep shelter (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . casualty triage area.27 Setup personnel routes to a decontamination/casualty decontamination station.29 Perform background readings in decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG 197 .2.309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL. casualty collection station. BIOLOGICAL.26 Test/operate decontamination showers/hand held nozzles ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions 309.28 Setup a CCA/CTA (if installed) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

32 Decontaminate and secure a decontamination station and CCA/CTA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .34 Remove protective clothing from contaminated personnel (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 309.31 Read the IM-270 dosimeter and record the reading in the IM-270 Log (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .33 Demonstrate gross decontamination procedures prior to CCA/CTA entry (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30 ABCEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG 198 . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions Adjust and operate the CP-95/PD radiac computer indicator set (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . BIOLOGICAL.309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.2.

36 Maintain a record of personnel entering a decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . BIOLOGICAL.309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.38 Control traffic through a decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Properly dispose of contaminated clothing/equipment (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .37 Maintain a disposition record of personnel exiting a decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.39 Test and monitor chemical detection equipment (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDFG ABCDEG Questions ABCEFG 309.35 ABCG ABCG 199 .

BIOLOGICAL. 200 ABFG ABCDEFG 309.2.2 AREA COMPRISES 70% OF WATCHSTATION.44 Test for phosgene gas using the Draeger and Drager tubes (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .43 Charge and read a pocket dosimeter (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions Test and operate the CCA and casualty decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .40 ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG .42 Demonstrate proper procedures when detecting radiation on personnel using AN/PDQ-1 (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .41 Test and monitor AN/PDR-65 (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

309 309. F. C. BIOLOGICAL. E.2 Loss of CPS/SACPS zone pressure (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition.4 ADVANCED CHEMICAL. G.3 Over-pressurization of CPS/SACPS zone (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 201 . B.3 309.1 Malfunctioning or contaminated radiac (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4. D. ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed. Questions ABCDEFG 309.

Questions ABCDEFG 309.309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.2 Contaminated decontamination station (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF .4 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. BIOLOGICAL. B. Questions ABCDEF 309.5 EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.1 Contaminated personnel casualty (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.4 309. E.3 Low CPS zone pressure (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 202 ABCDEF . AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Low CPS/SACPS zone pressure (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5. D. F. C.3.

309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.6 309.5 Desmoking CPS/SACPS zone ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6.5.4 ABCDEF 309. BIOLOGICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) Questions Loss of CPS/SACPS zone pressure in CBR environment (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Radiac Operator (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Chemical Detector Operator (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Chemical Monitor (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Radiological Monitor (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203 . ABCDEF 309.

1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204 . BIOLOGICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON (CONT’D) CCA Operator (during drills) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Personnel Decontamination Station Operator (during drills) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.6.7 309.1 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.7.309 309. 309.

Recommend designation as a qualified ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). however. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. Should supervisors give away their signatures. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 205 . The examination or checkout need not cover every item. or by observation of performance. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.FINAL QUALIFICATION 310 NAVEDTRA 43119-J ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS).

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1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 306 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 310.WATCHSTATION 310 310 ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER Estimated completion time: 10 weeks 310.2 Demonstrate CPR ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF . 310.2.1. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. E.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. C.1 What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task. F.4 Transport personnel casualties up and down ladders ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207 ABCDEF . D.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. 310.3 Transport personnel casualties through a passageway ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF . Questions ABCDEF Demonstrate triage procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.2 AREA COMPRISES 56% OF WATCHSTATION.1 Constrain/assist with a panicked or irrational personnel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 208 . inventory. C. AF ABCDEF ABCDEF Questions ABCDEF ABCDEF 310. and inspect a first-aid kit/box ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . F.2.6 Transport personnel casualties through a hatch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Transport personnel casualties to the designated battle dressing station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3. E. Questions ABCDEF 310.5 ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER (CONT’D) Transport personnel casualties through a scuttle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Locate. D.310 310. B. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.7 Transport personnel casualties through a vertical trunk ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

B. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.3.1 Inability to clear obstructed airway ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . F.5 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed. Questions ABCDEF 310.5.5 AREA COMPRISES 6% OF WATCHSTATION. EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. 209 . D. G.3 AREA COMPRISES 13% OF WATCHSTATION. C. E. Questions ABCDEFGH 310. H.4 310.2 ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER (CONT’D) Demonstrate the use of the bag-valve-mask system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .310 310.

6 310.310 310.6 AREA COMPRISES 25% OF WATCHSTATION.1 ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER (CONT’D) WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Stretcher Bearer (during drills) (4 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6. 310.7.1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210 .7 310.

FINAL QUALIFICATION 311 NAVEDTRA 43119-J AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). or by observation of performance. however. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. Recommend designation as a qualified AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Should supervisors give away their signatures. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 211 .

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1.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 306 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . 311. Questions ABCDG Man an AFFF station and establish communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213 .2. E. 311.1 What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.2 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 109 Conflagration Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) . THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.3 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 210 Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 311.311 WATCHSTATION 311 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR Estimated completion time: 4 weeks 311. F. D. G. C. B.

3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.1 Manually operate an AFFF system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 Identify on-station alarms and indicators ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEF 311.311 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) Operate an AFFF system (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 311. ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG G Questions ABCDEFG 311.3.3 AREA COMPRISES 6% OF WATCHSTATION. C. F.6 Operate an AFFF mixing station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . 214 .2 AREA COMPRISES 42% OF WATCHSTATION. D.2.5 Operate the AFFF transfer system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Replenish AFFF tanks manually ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . E. B. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.

Questions ABCDEFGH 311. E. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition.311 311. Questions ABCDEFG 311. C.2 Loss of firemain pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215 ABCDEFG . G.1 Loss of electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . H.4 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. D.4 AREA COMPRISES 6% OF WATCHSTATION. F.5 EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.4.5. C. G. E.1 AFFF transfer system is unusable or fails ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . 311. F. B. B. D.

5 AREA COMPRISES 18% OF WATCHSTATION. 311. Questions ABCDEFG 311.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) Station Operator (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) Transfer Station Operator (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 216 .6 311.6.311 311.3 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) Failed valves/SOPV ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .7.5.6 AREA COMPRISES 18% OF WATCHSTATION.7 311.

FINAL QUALIFICATION 312 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 217 . however. Recommend designation as a qualified REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). Should supervisors give away their signatures. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. or by observation of performance. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. The examination or checkout need not cover every item.

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WATCHSTATION 312 312 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR Estimated completion time: 4 weeks NOTE: UPON COMPLETION OF THIS WATCHSTATION. Biological.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 312. PERSONNEL SHALL BE QUALIFIED TO PERFORM IN THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS: INVESTIGATOR AND RAPID RESPONSE TEAM MEMBER. 312.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 307 Advanced Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 309 Advanced Chemical.1. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. and Radiological (CBR) Defense Person Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 310 Advanced First-aid/Stretcher Bearer Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 311 Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF)/Transfer Station Operator Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 219 .

3 Sound tanks and voids ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABEFG .7 Monitor fire.5 Investigate bulkhead.2 AREA COMPRISES 25% OF WATCHSTATION.6 Inventory and inspect investigator kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) G .2. D.312 312.2 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. G. Questions ABCDEG 312. E. F. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. B. C. and overhead penetrations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEG . and smoke/toxic gas boundaries ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . flooding.4 Investigate watertight closures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEG .2 Make reports to the Scene Leader and controlling station using standard phraseology and symbology ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDG . deck. 220 ABCDEG .1 Conduct a continuous investigation of the assigned area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

2 Inability to locate other investigator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) BCDEFGH 221 . E.312 312.4. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABDEFH 312. B. E.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. Questions ABCDEF 312. B.3. C. F. C. 312. D. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. D. G. H.3 AREA COMPRISES 5% OF WATCHSTATION.1 Determine the effectiveness of an installed firefighting system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .1 Access blocked/locked ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . F.3 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.

E.312 312. H. G.4 Class D fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .3 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR (CONT’D) Smoke/fire/flooding/boundaries compromised ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . C.2 Class B fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .3 Class C fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . D.5. B.5 Magazine fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH 222 .5 EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.4.4 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. Questions ABCDEFGH 312. F. Questions ABCDEFGH 312.1 Class A fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.

6.6 312. 223 .5.6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.9 Personnel casualties ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .312 312.5 AREA COMPRISES 45% OF WATCHSTATION.7 Structural damage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 312.10 Loss of electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR (CONT’D) Flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Repair Party Investigator (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .8 Toxic gas/HM spill (installed systems) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

1 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR (CONT’D) EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 224 .7.7 312.312 312.

Should supervisors give away their signatures. however. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 225 .FINAL QUALIFICATION 313 SCENE LEADER NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Recommend designation as a qualified SCENE LEADER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item.

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1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 308 Team Leader Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 312 Repair Party Investigator Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. 313.1 Read and review ship’s RPM ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 227 .WATCHSTATION 313 313 SCENE LEADER Estimated completion time: 6 weeks 313. D.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. Questions F 313. E.1. F. B.2 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 223 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management Completed ___________________________________ 2% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 313.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task. C.2.

313 313.4 Determine the need for multi-hose attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF ABCDEF 228 . Toxic gas/HAZMAT spill ABCDF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e. Flood ABCDF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c.2. Fire ABCDF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b. Structural damage ABCDF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d. CBR environment ABCDF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Determine method of fire attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) Questions Make required reports to the controlling station using standard phraseology and symbology for the following scenarios: a.

11 Determine the method and direct piping isolation and patching (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 229 ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF Questions ABCEF .2.8 Determine method and direct personnel to desmoke (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Determine the method and direct personnel to control flooding (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Direct atmospheric testing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .313 313.6 Determine/direct the rotation of personnel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Direct personnel in active desmoking operations (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) Determine the protective clothing required for Attack Team ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF 313.14 Determine the method and direct rescue personnel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.313 313. G. E.12 SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) Questions Determine the method and direct personnel in dewatering (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Determine the method and direct personnel to repair structural damage (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEFG 313.2. B.2 Direct personnel in a vertical trunk entry ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 230 ABCDEFG .1 Direct personnel to control/extinguish a fire involving ordnance ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . D.2 AREA COMPRISES 45% OF WATCHSTATION. F.3. C. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.

D.1 Failure of an installed firefighting system to activate ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3. C.2 Access blocked/locked ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .3 Loss of communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A.3 SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) Combat casualties in a CBR environment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . B.4 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. E. H. ABCDEFGH 231 . Questions ABCDEFGH 313. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. G. F.313 313.3 AREA COMPRISES 8% OF WATCHSTATION. Questions ABCDEFG 313.

D.4 Loss of firemain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . E. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.3 Boundaries compromised ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .5. G.1 Major conflagration ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Explosion ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . F.5 Progressive flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . C.5 SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. Questions ABCDEFG 313. B.7 Personnel casualties ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 232 ABCDEFG .313 313.2 Reflash ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .

313.9 Spread of CBR contamination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .7.1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 233 .5 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION.7 313.6 313.8 SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) Toxic gas/HAZMAT spill (installed systems) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Scene Leader (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.313 313.6. ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 313.

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or by observation of performance. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. however. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. Should supervisors give away their signatures. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 235 .FINAL QUALIFICATION 314 NAVEDTRA 43119-J CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS).

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WATCHSTATION 314 314 CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 314. E. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. Questions AE 314. D.2.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.1 Maintain log ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . B.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 314. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task.1.2 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 219 Conflagration Station Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 314.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 311 Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF)/Transfer Station Operator Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . C.2 Monitor hangar deck security and make reports ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCE 237 .

H.3 CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) Monitor vehicle/equipment stowage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.4 Monitor fueling stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .314 314. ABCDE Questions ABDE 314.2 Monitor ordnance handling ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGHI . F.1 Energize/secure all designated sprinkler groups ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Monitor fueling and defueling open fuel cells ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGHI . What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What is the alarm set point? What parameters must be monitored? How are the monitored parameters changed by this infrequent task? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. B.3.4 Operate a divisional door ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 238 ABCDEFGHI . D. G. E.2. Questions ABCDEFGHI 314. I. C.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.

D.3. Questions ABCDEFG 314.3 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.5 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed. Questions ABCDEFGHI 314. G. C.3 Loss of electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .4 Fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG .4 314.314 314.2 Fuel spill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . B. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.5 Explosion ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 239 ABCDEFG . EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.5 CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) Operate a deck edge door ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .1 Liquid oxygen leak/spill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5. E. F.

5.6 314.9 Inadvertent activation of divisional/deck edge doors ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Loss of communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) Smoke ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.10 Inadvertent activation of sprinkler systems ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .314 314.7 Runaway aircraft or vehicle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Loss of firemain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG Questions ABCDEFG 314.5 AREA COMPRISES 45% OF WATCHSTATION. 240 .6.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Conflagration Station Operator (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .

2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 241 .7.314 314.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 314.1 CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR (CONT’D) EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC. ETC.

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NAVEDTRA 43119-J CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN (NAVEDTRA 43119-J).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

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WATCHSTATION 315 315 CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN
Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 315.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE
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SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 218 Crash and Salvage Equipment

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F. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. G. ABCDGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDGH 315.5 Activate and use an AFFF hose reel/in-line eductor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5.2 Aircraft crash ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG 247 .3 AREA COMPRISES 35% OF WATCHSTATION.4 CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN (CONT’D) Rescue personnel from a helicopter (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEFG 315. B. EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.315 315. D.1 Aircraft fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed.4 315.6 Rescue personnel from a fixed wing aircraft ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . E. C.3.

ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG Questions ABCEG 248 .5 AREA COMPRISES 40% OF WATCHSTATION.3 CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN (CONT’D) Reflash ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Fuel spill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5.6 Ordnance on aircraft/deck ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Jammed door/canopy on aircraft ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .315 315.11 Inadvertent activation of the ejection seat ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .9 Thermal runaway ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Jettisoned auxiliary tank ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Aircraft suspended over the side ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Conflagration ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

315 315.6.1 CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN (CONT’D) WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Crash and Salvage Crewman (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Rescueman (during drills) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .7 315.1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 249 .7.6 AREA COMPRISES 8% OF WATCHSTATION.6 315. 315.

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RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 251 . Should supervisors give away their signatures. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. however. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation.FINAL QUALIFICATION 316 NAVEDTRA 43119-J CRASH AND SALVAGE SCENE LEADER NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Recommend designation as a qualified CRASH AND SALVAGE SCENE LEADER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. or by observation of performance.

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WATCHSTATION 316 316 CRASH AND SALVAGE SCENE LEADER Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 316. D.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 313 Scene Leader Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 315 Crash and Salvage Crewman/Rescueman Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 316.2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. 316. B.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.1 Supervise prepositioning and inspection of crash and salvage equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . F.1. 253 ABF ABCDEF . What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task.2 Establish communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . E. Questions 316.2. C. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

3 Direct activities of a Rescue Team (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . 254 . B.3 CRASH AND SALVAGE SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. Questions ABCDEFG 316.1 Supervise the salvage operation of a helicopter in the water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Direct the jettisoning of an aircraft ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . G.316 316.2 Direct activities of a Crash and Salvage Fire Team (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFG . C. F. D.5 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS – None to be discussed. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. EMERGENCIES – None to be discussed.4 316.3 AREA COMPRISES 60% OF WATCHSTATION.3. E. ABCDEFG 316.

7 316.6.1 CRASH AND SALVAGE SCENE LEADER (CONT’D) WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Crash and Salvage Scene Leader (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 255 . 316.316 316.6 316. ETC.7.6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.) EXAMINATIONS Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC.

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Should supervisors give away their signatures. Recommend designation as a qualified COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). however.FINAL QUALIFICATION 317 NAVEDTRA 43119-J COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 257 . unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation.

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1 Log on system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.3 Use the stability function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 259 B . What are the steps of this procedure? Satisfactorily perform this task.317 WATCHSTATION 317 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR Estimated completion time: 2 weeks 317. Questions AB 317. 317.2 Use the event function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) B .1.2 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 223 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 317. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 306 Basic Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . B.

4 .2.11 Use the zoom function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Use the view flooding effects function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Use the CCOL function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Use the plot damage function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Use the compartment KILL CARD function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Use the find function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 260 B B B B B B B B Questions B 317.317 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR Use the readiness function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Access the DC plate function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Use the portable assets function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

B B B Questions B 317. E. D. B.3 317.14 Display various systems ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed. Questions ABCDEFG 317.4. F. G.2 AREA COMPRISES 80% OF WATCHSTATION.1 Computer malfunction ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .15 Use the BA function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .317 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR Use the overlays function ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . C.16 Use the configuration setting ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 5% OF WATCHSTATION. 261 .2. ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A.13 317. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition.

B. D. G. EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 262 . H. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? What must be monitored during the procedure? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.7. C. I. ABCDEFGHI 317.1 Class C fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEFGHI 317.5.7 317.5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.1 WATCHES – None to be discussed.6 317.5 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. F. E.317 317.2 Loss of power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .

however. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. or by observation of performance. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 263 . The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. Recommend designation as a qualified REPAIR PARTY LEADER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J).FINAL QUALIFICATION 318 REPAIR PARTY LEADER NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). The examination or checkout need not cover every item. Should supervisors give away their signatures. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations.

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1. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.2 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 314 Conflagration Station Operator Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 316 Crash and Salvage Scene Leader (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 317 Computer Based Damage Control (DC) Management System and Software Operator Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .3 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 114 Stability Completed ___________________________________2% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 265 .1 SCHOOL: Repair Party Leader (K-495-0040) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .WATCHSTATION 318 318 REPAIR PARTY LEADER Estimated completion time: 8 weeks 318. 318.

E. RPM E ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b. Fire/smoke (2 times) ABCDE E CE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 266 . C. Questions 318.2 Supervise the training of Repair Party personnel (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Coordinate the efforts of repair parties to combat/control: a. B.3 Maintain PQS assignments/qualifications for assigned personnel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2. DC Book E ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 Locate. D. and demonstrate the ability to use the following: a. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? Satisfactorily perform this task.2 REPAIR PARTY LEADER (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. identify.318 318.

4 REPAIR PARTY LEADER (CONT’D) b.5 Coordinate efforts with other repair parties ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . Flooding (2 times) ABCDE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d. Personnel casualties ABCDE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABCDE 267 .2 AREA COMPRISES 50% OF WATCHSTATION. Structural damage (2 times) ABCDE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e.2.318 318. Toxic gas/HAZMAT spill (2 times) Questions ABCDE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c.

B.3.1 Assume duties as Secondary DC Central ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . C.318 318. ABCDEF 268 .3 AREA COMPRISES 30% OF WATCHSTATION.4 Coordinate efforts of repair party in CBR defense .radiological ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF .3 REPAIR PARTY LEADER (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. Questions ABCDEF 318. E.3 Coordinate efforts of repair party in CBR defense – biological ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF . F.2 Coordinate efforts of repair party in CBR defense – chemical ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEF .5 Evacuate/relocate and reestablish a DC repair station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. D.

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. ABCDEFGH 269 .5 REPAIR PARTY LEADER (CONT’D) ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed.5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. D.1 Mass conflagration ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . H.2 Mass casualties ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . E. C.5. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. G. Questions ABCDEFGH 318. F.4 318.318 318.3 Loss of communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . B.

1 REPAIR PARTY LEADER (CONT’D) WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Repair Party Leader (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . 318.6.6 AREA COMPRISES 8% OF WATCHSTATION.7.1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 270 .6 318.7 318.318 318.

The examination or checkout need not cover every item. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures.FINAL QUALIFICATION 319 REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN NAVEDTRA 43119-J NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Recommend designation as a qualified REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). however. or by observation of performance. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 271 .

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1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 312 Repair Party Investigator (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . D. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. E.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.2 FUNDAMENTALS FROM NAVEDTRA 43103. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. B.1 Inventory and inspect an electrical repair kit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Don electrical safety equipment and demetalize ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 273 ABFG . F. 319.1. C.WATCHSTATION 319 319 REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN Estimated completion time: 4 weeks 319. G. ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS: 108 Electrical Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 319. Questions G 319.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.2.

and submit a report (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .319 319.2.2 AREA COMPRISES 50% OF WATCHSTATION.5 Conduct electrical damage survey of affected spaces. Questions ABCDEFG G ABCDEG ABCDEFG 274 .4 Locate electrical distribution systems and components in an assigned area ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN (CONT’D) Electrically isolate a space as directed (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . provide ETR.6 Check and assess installed ventilation systems prior to their use in desmoking operations (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .

319 319.3 AREA COMPRISES 26% OF WATCHSTATION. I. D. F.3 REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A.3. E. ABCDEFGI 275 . What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What is the alarm set point? What parameters must be monitored? How are the monitored parameters changed by this infrequent task? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. C.2 Rig/unrig casualty power system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGHI . B.3 Conduct emergency repairs to vital circuits (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . Questions 319. H. G.1 Don OBA/SCBA and electrically investigate/repair circuits inside smoke/fire boundaries ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGHI .

7 319.2 Casualty power cables missing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Repair Party Electrician (during drills) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN (CONT’D) ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A.6.6 AREA COMPRISES 12% OF WATCHSTATION.5 319.319 319. B.6 319.1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 276 . What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. 319. C. Questions ABC 319.7.1 EMERGENCIES – None to be discussed.1 Casualty power terminal damaged ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 AREA COMPRISES 12% OF WATCHSTATION. ABC 319.4.

Recommend designation as a qualified DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (NAVEDTRA 43119-J). RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________ 277 . The examination or checkout need not cover every item.FINAL QUALIFICATION 320 NAVEDTRA 43119-J DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. or by observation of performance. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. Should supervisors give away their signatures. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. however.

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1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS.1.1 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: NOTE: DCTT MEMBERS SHALL BE PQS QUALIFIED AT LEAST THE LEVEL OF THE WATCHSTATION THE MEMBER IS DESIGNATED TO EVALUATE. 320. Biological.WATCHSTATION 320 320 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER Estimated completion time: 16 weeks 320. 307 Advanced Damage Control (DC) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 308 Team Leader Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 309 Advanced Chemical. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. and Radiological (CBR) Defense Person Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 279 .

2.3 Check material condition ZEBRA (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABFG .2 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. D. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. E. F.4 Assist in developing a scenario including ORM for a class A fire (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 280 ABCG .2 Check material condition YOKE (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABFG .1 Check closure log for accuracy and completeness prior to checking condition YOKE (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABFG . Questions 320. B.320 320. C. G.

7 Assist in developing a scenario/ORM for a class D fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Conduct a safety walk-through prior to conducting a drill (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Evaluate and critique a rescue and assistance drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 281 ABCDEFG ABCG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCG ABCG ABCG .6 Assist in developing a scenario/ORM for a class C fire (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.320 320.10 Assist in developing a scenario for rescue and assistance ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Evaluate and critique a fire drill (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (CONT’D) Questions Assist in developing a scenario including ORM for a class B fire (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

14 Assist in developing a scenario for structural damage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .320 320.15 Evaluate and critique a shoring drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (CONT’D) Assist in developing a scenario for ruptured piping ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.19 Develop a scenario for a biological attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Assist in developing a scenario for a chemical attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Evaluate and critique a ruptured piping drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20 Develop a scenario for radiological contamination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCG ABCG ABCG ABCDEFG ABCG ABCDEFG ABCG ABCDEFG Questions ABCG 282 .17 Evaluate and critique a progressive flooding drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Assist in developing a scenario for progressive flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

283 .22 Assist in developing a scenario for a major conflagration ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .320 320. 320.23 Evaluate and critique a major conflagration drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d.2.24 Assist in developing integrated scenarios ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . identify and demonstrate the use of the following: a.21 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (CONT’D) Evaluate and critique a CBR defense drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABNORMAL CONDITIONS– None to be discussed.3 320.2 AREA COMPRISES 80% OF WATCHSTATION. RPM DC Book AB G ABCG ABCDEFG ABCG Questions ABCDEFG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.26 Locate.25 Observe actions of the controlling stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

Questions B 320.320 320.1 Actual casualty situations during a training exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 320.5. D. 284 .5 AREA COMPRISES 4% OF WATCHSTATION. C. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. B.5 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (CONT’D) EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.1 WATCHES CONDUCT THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Fire Drill (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Flooding Drill (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Major Conflagration Drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 16% OF WATCHSTATION. 320.6.

320 320.7.7 320.1 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER (CONT’D) EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written/oral examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 285 .

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Division Officer.NAVEDTRA 43119-J QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) NAME_____________________________________ RATE/RANK___________________ This qualification progress summary is used to track the progress of a trainee in the watchstations for this PQS and ensure awareness of remaining tasks.) as watchstations are completed. etc. It should be kept by the individual or in the individual's training jacket and updated with an appropriate signature (Training Petty Officer. 301 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) COMMUNICATIONS Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 302 BASIC FIRST-AID Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 303 BASIC FIREFIGHTING Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 304 FIRE WATCH STANDER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 287 . Senior Watch Officer.

BIOLOGICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE PERSON Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 310 ADVANCED FIRST-AID/STRETCHER BEARER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 288 .NAVEDTRA 43119-J QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) 305 BASIC CHEMICAL. BIOLOGICAL. AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 306 BASIC DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 307 ADVANCED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 308 TEAM LEADER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 309 ADVANCED CHEMICAL.

NAVEDTRA 43119-J QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) 311 AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM (AFFF)/TRANSFER STATION OPERATOR Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 312 REPAIR PARTY INVESTIGATOR Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 313 SCENE LEADER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 314 CONFLAGRATION STATION OPERATOR Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 315 CRASH AND SALVAGE CREWMAN/RESCUEMAN Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 316 CRASH AND SALVAGE SCENE LEADER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 289 .

NAVEDTRA 43119-J QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) (CONT’D) 317 COMPUTER BASED DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE OPERATOR Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 318 REPAIR PARTY LEADER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 319 REPAIR PARTY ELECTRICIAN Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 320 DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM (DCTT) MEMBER Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 290 .

Investigator EE100-BU-GYD-010. Gas Free Engineering NSTM S9086-CL-STM-010/CH-077R4. Arcair Slice Cutting System Instruction Manual NAVSEA S9169-AW-DCB-101. Portable. Damage Controlman NAVEDTRA 14109. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Breathing Air Charging System (SCBA BACS) NAVSEA S6290-AQ-MMC-010/09687. User’s Logistic Support Summary (ULSS). Treatment of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries NAVSEA 0910-LP-038-0700. NATOPS U. Radiac Sets. 1 and No. Jaws of Life Rescue Tools. for Multifunction Radiac (MFR) Sets.S. AN/PD-1 and AN/PDQ-2. Aqueous Film Forming Foam Equipment NAVSEA SS-100-AG-MAN-010. Personnel Protection Equipment 291 . AN/PDQ-1 and AN/PDQ-2 and Ancillary Probes EE700-AD-MMO-010. Desmoking. Radiological Recovery of Ships After Nuclear Weapons Explosion NSTM S9086-CD-STM-010/CH-070R3. Kit. AN/SRC-53A(V) MX300R Full. Sound Powered Phone Talker’s Manual NAVEDTRA 14295. Pipe Jumper Hose System (PJHS) Kit No. JL32b. Halon/HFP Fire Extinguishing Components NAVSEA 0993-LP-031-3000. AN/SRC-53(V) MX300R Limited.LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS Allowance Equipage List (AEL) 2-880044262. Hospital Corpsman NAVMED P-5041. Gunner’s Mate 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14232. Maintenance. Damage Control and Firefighting Equipment Layout Booklet 61Z1-288-1-332. Nuclear Defense at Sea and Radiological Recovery of Ships After Nuclear Weapons Explosion NSTM S9086-CH-STM-030/CH-074V3R4. Damage Control Wirefree Communications System. Damage Control Wirefree Communications (DC WIFCOM) System. CO2 Fixed Flooding NAVSEA S5090-B1-TAB-010. Training Aid Booklet for Damage Control Equipment NAVSEA S5090-CL-MMC-010. and Repair Booklet NAVSEA S9512-CA-MMC-010/93457 Operating instructions for Fan. 2 NAVSEA S6226-PD-MMO-010/07070. and Ancillary Probes/Interfaces Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) Emergency Water Activated Repair Patch (EWARP) Operating Procedures Instruction Manual and Technical Manual Naval Fire Fighter's Thermal Imager (THERMAL IMAGER) P4428 Instruction Manual. AN/SRC-53(V)1 LHA-1 EE700-AD-LSS-010. AN/DTV53(V)/SC100-AS-MMO-010-SRC-53V NSTM S9086-CD-STM-000/CH-070R4. Damage Control Watertight Closures Inspection. AN/SRC-53A(V)1 Saber R Full. Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR. JL27 Local Ship’s Instructions Manufacturer's Technical Manual for Portable Exothermic Cutting Unit Manufacturer's Technical Manual for Portable Hydraulic Access and Rescue System (PHARS) NAVAIR 00-80R-14. Medium Capacity NAVSEA S9555-B9-MMA-010.

Interior Communications Installations NSTM S9086-QH-STM-010/CH-470R3.19E.31 (Rev. Structural Closures NWP 3-20. Damage Control. Heating. 1. Electrical Power Distribution System NSTM S9086-PA-STM-000/CH-430R1. Model WF-20 RAMFAN/Model RAMFAN 2000 292 . Temperature. Engineering Casualty Control NSTM S9086-KY-STM-010/CH-320R4. Surface Ship Firefighting NSTM S9086-T8-STM-010/CH-593R4. and A/C Systems for Surface Ships NSTM S9086-RS-STM-010/CH-512R2. Damage Control. Pollution Control NSTM S9086-UF-STM-010/CH-600V1R2.LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONT’D) NSTM S9086-CN-STM-010/CH-079V1R1. Fans NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R12.S. Damage Control. Stability and Buoyancy NSTM S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2.2 Ship’s Damage Control Book Ship’s Damage Control Diagrams Ship’s Information Book (SIB) Ship’s Local Instruction Technical Manual.5 and 2. Vol. Navy (SORM) OPNAVINST 3500. Surface Ship Survivability NH22505 R-E. OCENCO Technical Manual OPNAVINST 3120. A). Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 5100.32C. Practical Damage Control NSTM S9086-CN-STM-030/CH-079V3R3. Shipboard BW/CW Defense and Countermeasures NSTM S9086-RJ-STM-000/CH-504. Ventilating.39A. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Scott Field Level Maintenance Manual for the Air-Pak 4. and other Mechanical and Electromechanical Measuring Instruments NSTM S9086-RQ-STM-010/CH-510R6. Pressure. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U.

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