SECNAVINST Figure 1-20 shows an example of DD Form 2054/2, the Audiovisual (AV)
Annual Production and Library Report.
Figure 1-20. DD Form 2054/2.
In the present climate and in the future, hazardous material presents handling,
storage, and disposal problems. Guidelines change daily out of necessity.
So stay abreast of new developments and regulations in this area.
Furthermore, collect Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and keep them
available in your work space.
MSDS sheets outline procedures to minimize damage to the workers and the
environment should mishandling result in a spill or exposure. They are
printed for every product manufactured in the United States. Track them
down and maintain a file of MSDS sheets for all products in the shop. Make
them available for all hands to review. It is your right and duty to be aware
of hazards in the work center. If a manufacturer does not or will not provide
a MSDS sheet for their product, switch to another manufacturer.