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OSHA 10 HOUR CONSTRUCTION
FINAL EXAM
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What are some types of PPE that employers must pay for?
A.
Hardhats
B.
Hearing protection
C.
Non-prescription eye protection
D.
All answer choices are correct (correct answer)
OSHA's mission is to:
A.
Ensure that all workers receive adequate workers' compensation payments
B.
Ensure that all workers receive the federal minimum wage
C.
To save lives, prevent injuries, and protect the health of America’s workers (correct answer)
D.
Protect the safety and health of the general public
Whose responsibility is it to provide and pay for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)?
A.
Employer (correct answer)
B.
Employee
C.
OSHA
D.
Federal government
Examples of workplace discrimination can include, but are not limited to:
A.
All are examples of workplace discrimination (correct answer)
B.
Demoting
C.
Firing or laying off
D.
Reducing pay or hours
You have the right to examine and copy exposure and __________ records. From the options below,
select the one that best completes the sentence.
A.
Hazard
B.
Performance
C.
Discipline
D.
Medical (correct answer)
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One of the main responsibilities employers have under OSHA is to:
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Notify OSHA of any workplace injury or illness
B.
Provide training required by OSHA standards (correct answer)
C.
Reduce air pollution in the environment
You have the right to raise a safety or health concern, or report a work-related injury or illness with your
employer or OSHA without being retaliated against. Is this statement true or false?
A.
True (correct answer)
B.
False
During an OSHA inspection:
A.
Employers determine which workers are interviewed.
B.
Worker representatives are not permitted to accompany the inspector.
C.
You have the right to talk to the inspector privately (correct answer)
D.
You may not describe safety and health concerns you have to the inspector.
Among the rights related to OSHA recordkeeping, workers have the right to review:
A.
All first aid treatment forms
B.
All workers compensation forms
C.
Medical and exposure records for all workers
D.
The OSHA 300 Log and the OSHA 300A Summary (correct answer)
Under the Right to Know Rule, employers need to include information on which one of the following in a
written and complete hazard communication program?
A.
Container labeling (correct answer)
B.
Employee medical records
C.
Information on OSHA’s mission
D.
Log of injuries and illnesses
Chemical name, hazardous ingredients, physical and chemical characteristics, fire and explosion
hazards, compatibility and reactivity, health hazards, precautions for safe use and handling, and control
measures are all items that are listed in the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)?
A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
OSHA standards appear in the ___________ and are then broken down into ____________.
A.
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts (correct answer)
B.
General Duty Clause, Clauses
C.
Most Frequently Cited (MFC) database, Groups
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Part 1910, Groups
Some of the things OSHA does to carry out its mission include; developing job safety and health
standards, and enforcing them through worksite inspections, maintaining a reporting and recordkeeping
system to keep track of job-related injuries and illnesses and providing __________ programs to
increase knowledge about occupational safety and health. From the options below, select the one that
best completes the sentence.
A.
Judging
B.
Inspection
C.
Training (correct answer)
D.
Discrimination
How many days do you have to contact OSHA to file a complaint against your employer if you have been
retaliated against for exercising your health and safety rights?
A.
20 days
B.
30 days (correct answer)
C.
60 days
D.
100 days
What information would you expect to find in a FAT/CAT Report?
A.
Information on OSHA’s mission and standards
B.
Reports on pet adoptions
C.
Information on workplace fatalities and catastrophes (correct answer)
D.
Information on OSHA regulations
Why was it considered necessary to establish OSHA?
A.
To assure pay equality for all workers in the nation
B.
To assure that discrimination does not occur in the workplace
C.
To assure that workers have the right to a safe workplace and that it is the employer’s responsibility to
provide safe and healthy workplaces (correct answer)
If a fatality occurs in the workplace, within how many hours must it be reported to OSHA by the
employer?
A.
16
B.
8 (correct answer)
C.
24
D.
48
Fall protection, confined space entry procedures, controlled noise levels, and protection from chemical
hazards are some of the things that contribute to a safe and _______ workplace.
A.
Healthful (correct answer)
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B.
Interesting
C.
Well paid
D.
Dangerous
Where no specific standards apply to a workplace situation, employers must follow the ____________.
A.
1910 Clause
B.
General Duty Clause (correct answer)
C.
OSHA Law
D.
Regulation 1926
You have the right to complain or request a hazard ________ from your employer. From the options
below, select the one that best completes the sentence.
A.
Identification
B.
Correction (correct answer)
C.
Inspection
D.
Program
Which of the following is a resource within the workplace that will help you find information on safety
and health issues?
A.
Union representatives
B.
Co-workers
C.
Labels and warning signs
D.
All answer choices are correct (correct answer)
A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) gives information about:
A.
Hazardous chemicals (correct answer)
B.
Injuries in the workplace
C.
Machinery maintenance
D.
Medical examinations
When you notice a safety hazard, what should your first step be?
A.
File a report with OSHA
B.
Inform your supervisor or manager (correct answer)
C.
Call the police department
D.
Quit your job
Though employers are allowed to use appropriate disciplinary, incentive, or drug-testing programs, what
are they not allowed to do?
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Use these programs to discourage employees from exercising their right to report injuries and illnesses
(correct answer)
B.
Use these programs in an effort to improve workplace safety
C.
Reward employees for adhering to policies
D.
Discipline employees for adhering to safety protocols
Where no specific standards apply to a workplace situation, employers must follow the ____________.
A.
1910 Clause
B.
General Duty Clause (correct answer)
C.
OSHA Law
D.
Regulation 1926
If you have been punished or discriminated against for using your rights, you must file a complaint with
OSHA within how many days of the alleged reprisal for most complaints?
A.
20
B.
30 (correct answer)
C.
60
D.
90
An employer informs its employees that it will hold a substantial cash prize drawing for each work group
at the end of each month in which all members of the work group comply with applicable safety rules,
such as wearing required fall protection. Doug sustains a lost-time injury when he falls from a platform
while not wearing required fall protection. Doug’s employer cancelled the cash prize drawing for Doug’s
work group that month because Doug failed to wear required fall protection. The employer actively
monitors its workforce for compliance with applicable work rules and cancels the cash prize drawings
when it discovers work rule violations regardless of whether the employee who violated the work rule
also reported an injury. Did the employer use an incentive program to retaliate against Doug?
A.
Yes
B.
No (correct answer)
Though Simon followed all safety protocols, he was injured at work because a machine was not properly
guarded. Even though there is no reasonable belief that drug use contributed to the employee’s injury,
his employer required him to take a drug test after he reported the injury. Did the employer misuse a
drug testing program against Simon for reporting an injury?
A.
Yes (correct answer)
B.
No
Perla twists her ankle at work but because her ankle is not sore or swollen does not immediately realize
that she is injured. Therefore, she does not immediately report the injury to her employer. The next
morning, Perla’s ankle is sore and swollen, and she realizes she has the kind of injury she is required to
report to her employer so she reports the injury that day. Perla is disciplined for failing to report her
injury "immediately" as required by the employer’s injury reporting rules. Did the employer misuse a
disciplinary program against Perla for reporting an injury?
A.
Yes (correct answer)
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A worker has submitted a complaint online that is non-serious in nature. How will OSHA most likely
respond?
A.
Conduct a worksite inspection
B.
Contact the employer by phone, fax, or email (correct answer)
The right of workers to seek safety and health on the job without fear of punishment is spelled out in:
A.
Section 11 (c) of the OSH Act (correct answer)
B.
State laws
C.
The General Duty Clause
D.
The OSHA standards
A worker has filed a complaint regarding a serious hazard that could result in a fatality or serious injury.
How will OSHA most likely respond?
A.
Conduct a worksite inspection (correct answer)
B.
Contact the employer by phone, fax, or email
When an inspection is conducted in your workplace, you have certain rights. What are these rights?
A.
Have a worker representative accompany an inspector on an inspection, find out about inspection results
and abatement measures, and object to the date set for a violation to be corrected (correct answer)
B.
Have a worker representative conduct the inspection, find out about inspection results and abatement
measures, and object to the date set for a violation to be corrected
C.
Have a worker representative accompany an inspector on an inspection, find out about inspection results
and abatement measures, and object to the inspection
What organization is OSHA's sister agency that focuses on research and training and also conducts
Health Hazard Evaluations (HHEs)?
A.
National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (COSH)
B.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) (correct answer)
C.
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)
D.
OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC)
There are three parts to an OSHA inspection. What are they?
A.
An opening conference, a fine, a closing conference
B.
An opening conference, a paperwork review, a closing conference
C.
An opening conference, a walkthrough, a closing conference (correct answer)
D.
An opening conference, an interview, a closing conference
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Indicate whether the scenario below is safe or unsafe: You choose to store materials by stacking them in
tiers, but do not secure them by stacking, racking, blocking, or interlocking them.
A.
Safe
B.
Unsafe (correct answer)
When operating a forklift, what should you do to ensure a clear view and proper balance when traveling
with a load?
A.
Move the load to one side so you can see around it
B.
Place the load at the highest position for traveling
C.
Place the load at the lowest position for traveling (correct answer)
Manual handling of materials accounts for the primary source of injury in the workplace.
A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
What are the main contributing factors that cause back injuries in the workplace?
A.
Bending followed by twisting and turning while lifting (correct answer)
B.
Lifting small loads
C.
Storing materials at waist level
Flammable and combustible materials should be stored according to:
A.
Their color
B.
Their fire characteristics (correct answer)
C.
Their size
You are operating a forklift that contains a full load and are traveling up an incline. You should:
A.
Travel backward
B.
Travel forward (correct answer)
C.
Travel forward at an angle
What are the potential hazards relating to injuries?
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Being crushed by machines, falling materials, or improper materials
C.
Being struck by materials or caught in pinch points
D.
Improper, manual lifting or carrying loads that are too heavy
E.
Incorrectly cutting ties or securing devices
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Wire rope rigging equipment slings must have the ability to bend without cracking, withstand abrasive
wear, and withstand abuse.
A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
Indicate if the scenario below is safe or unsafe: When disposing of material, you choose to dispose of
waste material, scrap lumber, and trash all at once at the end of the day.
A.
Safe
B.
Unsafe (correct answer)
Which of the following is NOT a proper way to operate a forklift carrying a heavy load:
A.
Allow someone to ride on the load to help secure it (correct answer)
B.
Keep your speed low
C.
Never turn while driving up or down a ramp or incline
D.
Travel in reverse if your load blocks your view
When manually handling materials it is necessary to seek help for all of the following except?
A.
All are reasons to seek help (correct answer)
B.
When a load is too bulky to properly grasp or lift
C.
When you can’t safely handle the load
D.
When you can’t see around or over the load
Which of the following are true about alloy steel chains?
A.
Adapt to the shape of the load
B.
All statements are true of alloy steel chains (correct answer)
C.
Best choice for hoisting hot materials
D.
Must be marked with a grade or manufacture’s mark
Select option below that does NOT describe the best lifting techniques when lifting a heavy load.
A.
Ask a co-worker to assist in lifting heavy objects
B.
Avoid lifting above shoulder level
C.
Break the load into parts
D.
Keep your knees straight (correct answer)
E.
Use handling aids
When loads are heavy or bulky, wear __________ shoes to prevent foot injuries if the load is dropped.
A.
Sandals
B.
Steel-toed shoes (correct answer)
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Tennis shoes
The best way to prevent back injury is to store materials at ___________ level.
A.
Eye
B.
Ground
C.
Waist (correct answer)
Indicate whether the scenario below is safe or unsafe: When storing a flammable liquid, you decide to
separate it from other materials by a fire wall.
A.
Safe (correct answer)
B.
Unsafe
When practicing safe lifting, a worker should do which of the following?
A.
Avoid lifting above shoulder level (correct answer)
B.
Bend down and twist or turn while lifting
C.
Lift as much as possible as long as they have a clear view
D.
Lift with the upper body
Safe lift training should include:
A.
All of the answers (correct answer)
B.
Explanation of potential hazards and how to prevent or correct them
C.
How to avoid unnecessary physical stress and strain
D.
How to lift safely
E.
The proper use of equipment
F.
What you can comfortably handle without undue strain
When operating a crane, which of the following is an important safety precaution?
A.
All are important safety precautions (correct answer)
B.
Check for overhead power lines
C.
Ensure your area of travel is clear
D.
Never lift people
Ted the worker needs to lift a heavy load. Using what you've learned which of the following options
below should Ted NOT follow:
A.
Ask a co-worker to help him lift heavy objects
B.
Avoid above shoulder level
C.
Break the load into smaller parts
D.
Lift with his back (correct answer)
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Use handling aids
What precautions should you take to prevent injuries when dealing with heavy loads?
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Avoid lifting above shoulder level
C.
Break loads into parts
D.
Get help with heavy or bulky items
E.
Lift with your legs, keep the back straight, and do not twist
F.
Use handling aids such as steps, trestles, handles and wheels
Do not carry pneumatic tools by the __________.
A.
Air Hose (correct answer)
B.
Hose clamps
C.
Retainers
D.
Safety clips
Determine if the situation below is a safe practice: Julia needs to hang some industrial shelving, so she
carefully selects the correct drill bits for the electrical drill before attempting to screw the shelves into
the wall.
A.
Safe (correct answer)
B.
Unsafe
To use hand and power tools safely, you should:
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Maintain all tools on a regular basis
C.
Operate the tools according to the manufacturer's instructions
D.
Use the right personal protective equipment and guarding devices
Which of the following is a precaution that helps to protect you from electric shock when working with
electric power tools?
A.
All answer choices are precautions to protect you from electrical shock (correct answer)
B.
Always store electrical power tools in a dry location
C.
Make sure the tool has a 3-wire cord and is plugged into a grounded receptacle
D.
Make sure the tool is double insulated or is powered by a low-voltage isolation transformer
Determine if the situation below is a safe practice: Marcus hasn't worked with his set of power tools in
several months. He knows he won't need to use them for another several months, so there is no reason
to waste time maintaining them in good condition; he can leave them in storage as long as he wants to,
they'll be ready to use when he needs them.
A.
Safe
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Unsafe (correct answer)
Which of the following is a precaution you should take when working with power tools?
A.
All answer choices are important precautions when working with power tools (correct answer)
B.
Consider what you wear; loose clothing and jewelry can get caught in moving parts
C.
Keep tools sharp and clean
D.
Make sure tools are turned off and unplugged when you are not using them
When testing an abrasive wheel by tapping the wheel gently with a light, non-metallic instrument you
notice that the wheel sounds cracked or damaged. Is it ok to still use the abrasive wheel?
A.
Maybe, if you wear the right protection
B.
No (correct answer)
C.
Yes
Guards protect you and others from:
A.
All of the answers (correct answer)
B.
Flying chips and sparks
C.
In-running nip points
D.
Point of operation
E.
Rotating parts
Pneumatic tools are powered by ________ ?
A.
Batteries
B.
Compressed air (correct answer)
C.
Electricity
Which of the following parts of a tool would require the tool to have a guarding device?
A.
All of these parts require a guarding device (correct answer)
B.
Belts
C.
Gears
D.
Pulleys
Which precautions should you follow to prevent an abrasive wheel from cracking?
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Fit the wheel on the spindle
C.
Make sure the spindle speed does not exceed the maximum speed marked on the wheel
D.
Tighten the spindle nut enough to hold the wheel in place without distorting the flange
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Determine if the situation below is a safe practice: Jose knows he should use protective eyewear while
welding, but he's only got a quick job to do and doesn't want to waste time looking for a facemask, so he
goes ahead and does the job without it.
A.
Safe
B.
Unsafe (correct answer)
What is the main hazard of liquid fuel tools?
A.
Electrocution
B.
Inhalation of vapors (correct answer)
C.
Running out of gas
Which of the following do guards protect you from?
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Flying chips and sparks
C.
In-running nip points
D.
Point of operation
E.
Rotating parts
How do you inspect and test an abrasive wheel?
A.
Run the wheel at its fastest speed to see if is functional
B.
Tap it with a non-metallic instrument and listen for a clear metallic tone or “ring” (correct answer)
C.
Tighten the spindle nut enough to hold the wheel in place making sure it is distorting the flange
Your abrasive wheel guards should follow which of the standards below:
A.
All of the answers (correct answer)
B.
Cover the spindle end, nut, and flange projections
C.
Don't exceed the strength of the fastenings
D.
Maintain proper alignment with the wheel
Employees that must use powder-actuated tools are _________ to be licensed and trained to use them
safely.
A.
Not required
B.
Required (correct answer)
When using power tools with electrical cords, remember to:
A.
Hoist or lower tools by electrical cords that are in good condition only
B.
Keep cords and hoses away from heat, oil, and sharp objects (correct answer)
C.
Only carry portable tools by the cord if they are shut off
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Which of the following protects against cave-ins?
A.
All answer choices protect against cave-ins (correct answer)
B.
Shielding
C.
Shoring
D.
Sloping
Which of the following is an excavation hazard?
A.
All of the answers are excavation hazards (correct answer)
B.
Asphyxiation
C.
Fire
D.
Inhalation of toxic fumes
If you previously made contact for a similar digging project at the exact location, you don't need to call
811 again. Is this statement true or false?
A.
True
B.
False (correct answer)
Which of the following is an excavation hazard?
A.
All of the answers are excavation hazards (correct answer)
B.
Asphyxiation
C.
Fire
D.
Inhalation of toxic fumes
Before Starting any projects that involve digging whether at home or at work, who should you call?
A.
811 (correct answer)
B.
911
C.
The builder owner
D.
The previous owner
What is the system called that supports the sides of an excavation?
A.
Benching
B.
Shoring (correct answer)
C.
Sloping
Which of the following is a type of safety system to protect employees from risks such as cave-ins?
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Benching
C.
Shield
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Shoring
E.
Sloping
When should a competent person do inspections on excavations?
A.
After rainstorms, high winds, or other occurence which may increase hazards
B.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
C.
Before work starts and as needed
D.
When one can reasonably anticipate an employee will be exposed to hazards
Most accidents for excavations occur in trenches __________ feet deep.
A.
10-20
B.
15-25
C.
20-30
D.
5-15 (correct answer)
Which of the following is a hazardous risk associated with excavations?
A.
All answer choices are hazardous risks (correct answer)
B.
Asphyxiation due to lack of oxygen
C.
Fire
D.
Inhalation of toxic fumes
A stairway, ladder, or ramp must be present in excavations in which of the following situations?
A.
All trenches must have access/egress
B.
The trench is more than 15 feet wide but only 1 ½ feet deep
C.
The trench is more than 4 feet deep and the devices must be within 25 feet of all workers (correct answer)
Before allowing an employee to enter an excavation at least four feet deep it must be tested for oxygen
deficiency and toxic fumes.
A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
What is the greatest risk with excavations?
A.
Asphyxiation
B.
Cave-ins (correct answer)
C.
Drowning
D.
Gas Leaks
Approximately, how many days before beginning work involving digging should you contact 811?
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At least 60
B.
At least 1
C.
At least 3 (correct answer)
D.
At least 30
Among many other responsibilities, a competent person is responsible for:
A.
All of the answers are correct (correct answer)
B.
Evaluating soil conditions
C.
Providing safe access and egress
D.
Testing for hazardous fumes and toxic gases
E.
Testing for low oxygen
A competent person is responsible for making _______ inspections of excavations, including the
surrounding areas and protective systems.
A.
Daily (correct answer)
B.
Monthly
C.
Yearly
According to OSHA standards, a competent person is defined as one who is capable of identifying
existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings, or working conditions which are unsanitary,
hazardous, or dangerous to employees, and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures
to eliminate them.
A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
What is a solution for preventing a water hazard?
A.
Barricades
B.
Benching
C.
Providing adequate drainage (correct answer)
__________ refers to excavating the sides of an excavation to form one or a series of horizontal levels or
steps, usually with vertical or near-vertical surfaces between levels.
A.
Benching (correct answer)
B.
Shielding
C.
Sloping
A trench is a narrow excavation in which the depth is greater than the width and the width does not
exceed 15 feet.
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A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
Which of the following statements about excavation accidents is true?
A.
Both statements are true about excavation accidents (correct answer)
B.
Nearly all accidents take place in trenches that are 5 to 15 feet deep
C.
There are usually no warnings before a cave-in
Of all excavation hazards, _______ poses the greatest risk.
A.
A cave-in (correct answer)
B.
Inhalation
C.
Moving machinery
When working in a trench that has water accumulation, which of the following precautions should take
place to ensure the safety of the employees?
A.
All of the answers (correct answer)
B.
Provide special support or shield systems
C.
Safety harness and lifelines
D.
Water removal or water diversion ditches
Asbestos is commonly found in buildings and structures built before what year?
A.
1960
B.
1980 (correct answer)
C.
1990
D.
2000
Which of the following chemicals can damage the central nervous system, cardiovascular system,
reproductive system, hematological system, and kidneys with overexposure?
A.
Asbestos
B.
Lead (correct answer)
C.
Silica
D.
Welding fumes
Which of the following is a health hazard an insulation worker is likely to encounter on the job?
A.
Asbestos (correct answer)
B.
Cement dermatitis
C.
Welding fumes
Whole-body vibration
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Which of the following is a characteristic of what OSHA calls a “permit-required confined space?”
A.
Contains any other recognized safety or health hazard, such as unguarded machinery, exposed live wires,
or heat stress (correct answer)
B.
Contains or has the potential to contain a safe working atmosphere
C.
Does not contain materials that can engulf an entrant
D.
Has walls that converge outward or floors that slope inward and taper out to a larger area
Which of the following are forms that chemical hazards can be in?
A.
All of the answers (correct answer)
B.
Gas
C.
Liquid
D.
Mist
When inhaled, crystalline silica can cause scar tissue to form on what organs?
A.
Eyes
B.
Heart
C.
Lungs (correct answer)
D.
Sinuses
Which of the following should workers do to help StaySafe when working around silica dust?
A.
Avoid air monitoring or training programs offered by an employer.
B.
Eat and drink in areas crystalline silica dust.
C.
Shower and change into clean clothing before leaving the work site, if possible. (correct answer)
D.
Wear a respirator not approved for protection against crystalline silica-containing dust
Which of the following does NOT describe acute exposure to hazardous materials?
A.
Determination of exposure is almost always after the fact.
B.
Long time period between exposure to an agent and the onset of symptoms. (correct answer)
C.
Short term period between exposure and the onset of symptoms
D.
Usually a one time or few times event that is also usually unexpected
Which of the following is NOT a musculoskeletal disorder or injury from ergonomic hazards?
A.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
B.
Mesothelioma (correct answer)
C.
Strains and sprains
D.
Tendonitis
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The Department of Labor established a standard to define the maximum limits of exposure to lead for all
workers, including a permissible exposure limit (PEL) and action level (AL).
A.
False
B.
True (correct answer)
Choose the word that best completes this sentence. Welding in confined spaces and on stainless steel
generates _____________ a very toxic chemical.
A.
Carbon monoxide
B.
Hexavalent chromium (correct answer)
C.
Hydrogen sulfide
D.
Solvent vapors
Choose the word that best completes this sentence. A confined space has ______ means for entry or
exit, and is not designed for continuous employee occupancy.
A.
Limited (correct answer)
B.
Multiple
C.
No
D.
Unlimited
Which of the following definitions describes a chemical hazard?
A.
Can be present in dust, fumes, liquids, solids, mists, vapors, or gases of products used at a site or released
during a construction job (correct answer)
B.
Microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungus, mold, or viruses that can cause illness
C.
The most commonly thought of hazards for construction
D.
These hazards can lead to injuries to the joints or muscles by way of heavy, frequent lifting, repetitive tasks
Which of the following definitions describes a physical hazard?
A.
Can be present in dust, fumes, liquids, solids, mists, vapors, or gases of products used at a site or released
during a construction job
B.
Microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungus, mold, or viruses that can cause illness
C.
The most commonly thought of hazard in construction. This hazard includes radiation, extreme
temperatures, noise, and vibration. (correct answer)
D.
These hazards can lead to injuries to the joints or muscles by way of heavy, frequent lifting, repetitive tasks
Which of the following is NOT a factor that increases the health risks of construction workers?
A.
High number of unskilled laborers
B.
High turnover
C.
Multiple contractors and subcontractors
D.
Stable, rarely changing job site environments and conditions (correct answer)
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