m. Decontaminate personnel and equipment
n. Package residual contaminated materials for disposal
o. Stow equipment and unused materials in spill kit and return kit to storage
p. Make follow-up reports to NOSC via appropriate message formats in OPNAVINST 5090.1
SAFETY: Ensure the safety of all personnel and equipment.
1. Preparation. Evaluate adequacy of preparation including but not limited to the following:
a. Spill cleanup kit available
b. Spill contingency plan available
c. Spill cleanup team briefing adequate
2. Damage Control organization:
a. Spillage reported efficiently
b. Immediate response adequate
c. Message notification adequate
d. Spill cleanup personnel level of knowledge in:
(1) Use of equipment
(2) Use of materials
e. Speed and efficiency of the cleanup operation
f. Safety of personnel throughout all aspects of the
MAXIMUM SCORE 100
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damage to components, the system, or the engineering
Proficiency in EOCC procedures is maintained
through a well-administered training program. Primary
The EOCC manuals are available to personnel in
training concentrates on the control of single-source
their own machinery space so that they can be used as a
casualties. These are casualties that may be attributed
to the failure or malfunction of a single component or
means of self-indoctrination. These manuals also can
the failure of piping at a specific point in a system.
be used to improve casualty control procedure
Advanced training concentrates on the control of
techniques for all watch standers. The manuals contain
multiple casualties or on conducting a battle problem.
documentation to assist engineering personnel in
An effective, well-administered EOCC training
developing and maintaining maximum proficiency in
program must contain, as a minimum, the following
controlling casualties to the ships propulsion plant.