Here is the "Electrician's Mate 3 - Navy Training Courses" (NAVPERS 10548)
in its entirety (or will be eventually). It should provide one of the Internet's best
resources for people seeking a basic electricity course - complete with examples worked
- U.S. Government Printing Office; 1949
CHAPTER 17 QUIZ
1. Complete the following statements:
(a) Always wear a __________ when working over the side or aloft.
(b) Before going aloft, secure and pull __________ of all circuits going aloft.
(c) When lifting heavy machinery, never get __________ the weight.
(d) Before ship leaves for sea, secure all __________ machinery.
(e) When two or more men work on the same circuit, insure all men are clear
before __________ circuit switch.
(f) Before working on any switchboard, insure __________ sources of power to
board are shut off.
(g) Never go behind switchboard unless another man is __________ __________.
(h) In case person is electrocuted:
1. First __________ circuit switch before touching him.
2. Remove him to adequate space and apply artificial respiration __________.
3. Continue artificial respiration for at least four __________.
(i) When working on machinery, do not carry tools in shirt __________.
(j) Wear __________ when grinding.
(k) Smoking must not be allowed where batteries are __________.
(l) Take care to avoid spilling battery __________.
(m) To mix battery electrolyte, always pour acid into __________.
(n) Be sure no one is working on circuit, and all persons are clear of circuit
machinery, before turning on __________.
(o) Use voltage testers to check if circuit is __________.
(p) When using inflammable solvents for cleaning, insure there is no smoking, no
sparks from tools, in space where solvent __________ may spread to.
CHAPTER 17 ANSWERS
1. (a) lifeline
(g) standing by
(h) 1. open 2. immediately 3. hours