Many recommendations and preventive measures are being implemented to keep the workforce safe and protect employees and the public from the coronavirus. A lot of these carry over into our personal lives.
Created by: Wesley L. Wheeler
1. The purpose of a cloth face covering—as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and OSHA—is to _______.
A. Prevent exposures from others
B. Protect others from yourself
C. Provides respiratory protection from chemicals
D. Provide protection in confined space locations
2. Social distancing is a method of control used to prevent exposure to the coronavirus. It specifically means _______.
A. Maintaining a 6-foot physical separation from others
B. Working from home when and where possible
C. Avoiding shaking hands, sharing tools and personal items
D. Wearing protective face coverings and gloves
E. All of the above
3. The best method of preventing exposures against blood-borne pathogens, according to infectious exposure control plans, is to practice _______.
A. Engineering controls
B. Universal precautions
C. Wear cut-resistant gloves
D. Wear arc-rated garments
4. The type of personal protective equipment (PPE) needed for an exposure to chemicals or infectious agents would be a(n) _______.
A. N-95 or better rated respirator with proper rated cartridge if needed
B. Cloth face covering
C. Face shield
D. Dust mask
5. When working around energized electrical equipment and circuits, an employee should wear a(n) _______.
A. N95 or better rated respirator
C. Nitrile gloves
D. Appropriate level of PPE according to the arc-flash and shock-risk assessments
6. According to the CDC, what is your COVID-19 exposure risk if you have traveled internationally in the past few months?
A. No identifiable risk
B. Low risk
C. Medium risk
D. High to very high risk
7. An outbreak of a disease or virus over a large area or population is considered a(n) _______.
A. Annual occurrence
C. Inevitable event
D. Novel virus
8. To make an effective household disinfectant by mixing unexpired bleach with water, use a ratio of _______.
A. One teaspoon bleach per gallon of water
B. One tablespoon bleach per gallon of water
C. One-quarter cup bleach per gallon of water
D. One-third cup bleach per gallon of water
9. Alcohol disinfectant solution must be at least _______ % alcohol to be effective.
10. When washing hands, to be effective, you should scrub your hands for at least _______ with soap and water, rinse and allow to air dry or dry off with a clean towel.
A. 10 seconds
B. 20 seconds
C. 30 seconds
D. One minute