Figure 2-12. Sample message of the seventh report.
Figure 2-10. Sample message of the fifth report.
The sixth report from Repair 3 to DCC is CLASS
ALFA FIRE OUT, COMPARTMENT 2-130-2-L, as
shown in figure 2-11.
The seventh report from Repair 3 to DCC is
R E F L A S H WAT C H S E T B Y F N J O N E S ,
COMPARTMENT 2-130-2-L, as shown in figure 2-12.
The eighth report (fig. 2-13) from Repair 3 to DCC
is that compartment atmospheric tests show sufficient
o x y g e n a n d n o ex p l o s ive g a s e s p r e s e n t i n
COMPARTMENT 2-130-2-L. There must be sufficient
oxygen and no explosive or toxic gases present before
you may remove your OBA.
Additional reports may be required, such as
personnel casualties, electrical damage, investigation
o f s u r r o u n d i n g a r e a s , d e s m o k i n g , d ewa t e r i n g ,
r u p t u r e d fi r e m a i n s , s h o r i n g , a n d c o m p a r t m e n t
overhaul. In all reports, pinpoint the damage as
acurately as possible. This gives DCC a clearer picture
of the damage. For example, don't just say, HOLE IN
C O M PA RT M E N T 2 - 1 0 7 - 1 - L . I n s t e a d , s a y
COMPARTMENT 2-107-1-L, FRAME 112, 8-INCH
HOLE, STARBOARD SIDE, 4 FEET OFF DECK, as
shown in figure 2-14. Specific messages like this give
Figure 2-11. Sample message of the sixth report.
DCC an exact picture of the damage.