aware of your environment and other evolutions that
are happening around you. It is your responsibility to
know what warning signs mean and where they should
be posted. Remember, as a Fire Controlman, you have
a responsibility to yourself and to your shipmates to
always be alert to detect and report hazardous work
practices and conditions.
ANSWERS TO CHAPTER QUESTIONS
Radio Frequency Radiation.
Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to
Ordnance (HERO), Hazards of Electromagnetic
Radiation to Fuel (HERF), and Hazards of
Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel
HERO safe, HERO susceptible, and HERO
NAVSEA OP 3565, Volume 1.
DOD Instruction 6055.11. Protection of DOD
Personnel from Exposure to Radio Frequency
OPNAVINST 5100.19 series, Navy Occupational
Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual
for Forces Afloat.
Small (5 inch by 5 inch).
Type 5, Warning Radio Frequency Hazard
EIMB, General, Section 3.