11. EXPECTED/POSSIBLE PROBLEMS:
REFERENCE TO: DSSA
Describes the impact of casualty/fault during the period
COLD CHECKED_____ HOT CHECKED_____
of the drill and actions that should be taken to restore
PURPOSE: Use to train ship's force in integrated
systems after the drill is completed.
casualty control and evaluate shipboard system response
Examples of expected/possible problems are as
to damaged low-pressure air piping passing through the
bulkhead, at frame______ for training scenario 7.
· Loss of weapons systems capabilities during
loss of cooling water drill.
· Ensure normal firemain valve alignment is
restored once exercise is completed.
Forces afloat will comply with Navy Safety
Precautions for Forces Afloat, OPNAVINST 5100
· Remove all ship's standard disclosures and
visual aids from the assigned damage locations.
DRILL GUIDE VALIDATION
· Drill insertion will vent vital LP air into power
Drill guide validation is accomplished in three
conversion room (3-319-O-Q) and non-vital LP
parts and must be conducted before its use in a drill
air into QOD Station #3 (1-366-1-Q). All
personnel in the space must wear hearing
1. "Walk-Thru" is the process of verifying:
· Drill will result in the loss of the vent damper for
SSGTG #3, causing high temperatures.
· Close valve ALP-V-576 in QOD Station #3
Fault/casualty does not pose a hazard to
personnel or equipment
· Remove quick-disconnect fitting at LP air
2. "Cold Checking" A cold-checked exercise is
pneumatic tool outlet outside of QOD Station #3
conducted on prior to starting operational equipment to
(1-366-l-Q). (NOTE: Discharge of air from
validate the drill. It includes the following:
quick-disconnect fitting will be directed in such
a way as to prevent hazard to either personnel or
D E S C R I P T I O N O F P R O C E D U R E : ( Wa t c h
Fault/casualty does not pose a safety hazard
Casualty Insertion (Damage is imposed by
securing the vital and non-vital LP air main aft of frame
3. "Hot Checking" A function of abbreviated
300, and venting non-vital LP air into OQD Station #3
checks conducted operating equipment to validate
and vital LP air into power conversion room.)
proper operational parameters.
· See compressed air system damage control
· System alignment
plate, fiber-optic sensor system (FOSS) LP air
· System parameters
system diagram DSSA for LP air system piping
· Safety devices
· Use the ship's standard disclosure methods and
SAMPLE DRILL GUIDE
visual aids to inform investigators and watch
An example of a drill guide used on Navy ships is
standers of damage.
1. LP air vital air main in power conversion room
DAMAGE TO LP AIR PIPING (VITAL AIR AND
(3-319-O-Q) at frame 337 in the aft starboard
NON-VITAL) DG 3/SC #7