Only duty-related activities to enhance the safety and wellbeing of yourself and others.
On- and off-duty activities to enhance the safety and wellbeing of yourself and others.
Only duty-related activities to protect yourself and other Airmen from imminent harm.
On- and off-duty activities to protect yourself and other Airmen from imminent harm.
Using personal protective equipment.
Unsafe working conditions.
Frequency, deflection, and duration of exposure.
Frequency, volume, and duration of exposure.
Deflection, volume, and duration of exposure.
Deflection, frequency, and volume.
The energized windings from touching the frame.
Current from following the path of least resistance.
You from receiving an electrical shock if the energized motor windings touch the frame.
Current from flowing directly to ground if the energized motor windings touch the frame.
The air compressor is grounded.
The battery is disconnected.
The air strainer is in place.
All air pressure is drained.
Naturally occurring phenomena.
People failing to police their work areas.
Poorly maintained aerospace ground equipment (AGE).
Learn the basic classes of FOD, and recognize its causes.
Periodically participate in “FOD walks” on taxiways and runways.
Look for loose objects discarded on the flightline during maintenance activities.
Look for loose objects (stone, paper, or trash), pick them up when discovered, and encourage others to do the same.
It depends on the object you are striking.
Close to the end; not near the head nor the middle.
Next to the head; not near the middle nor close to the end.
Close to the middle; not near the end nor close to the head.
Grasp the handle near the socket.
Grip the wrench tightly near the center.
Use the base of your hand and hold your hand open.
Use the base of your palm, and clutch the wrench tightly.
Inadequate pressure is applied to a new file.
Excessive pressure is applied to a new file.
The file gets caught or stuck in the metal.
Metal particles are clogged in its teeth.
Carefully inspect it and ensure it is properly lubricated.
Ensure no flammable vapors that could ignite are present.
Tighten all parts of the tool and replace any worn brushes.
Blow out the air hose to remove any matter that has collected in it.
Its inability to properly sharpening tools.
A ringing sound when tapped lightly with a plastic mallet.
Its inability to remove excess metal or to smooth metal surfaces.
A dull-thudding sound when tapped lightly with a rubber hammer.
Lower 10 percent.
Lower 20 percent.
Upper 20 percent.
Upper 10 percent.
Type of fitting.
Precision-type flared fittings.
Prevent twisting of the hose.
Compensate for change in length.
Place a mechanical load on the hose.
Protect it from a hot pipe or manifold. Please
Section II, Special Service Tools.
Section III, Preparation for Use, Storage or Shipment.
Section IV, Operating Instructions.
Section V, Periodic Inspection, maintenance and lubrication.
Section I, Introduction.
Section II, Repair parts list.
Section III, Reference designator index.
Section IV, National stock number and reference number index.
Table of contents.
Reference designator index.
National stock number and reference number index.