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Created by: Wesley L. Wheeler
1. An organization must develop a ______ to describe its commitment to safety and health.
B. Job description
C. Written policy
D. Organizational chart
2. An employee who has filed a health and safety complaint with OSHA or is reporting an injury can be terminated immediately.
3. The most effective way to control hazards according to the Hierarchy of Controls is ______.
A. Personal protective equipment
B. Engineering controls
4. One method to identify hazards that could be present is by conducting a(n) ______ with the workers involved with the task.
A. Zero Accident Injury Program
D. Job Hazard Analysis
5. According to 29 CFR 1926.20, the employer shall only permit those employees who are ______ by training and experience to operate equipment and machinery.
6. If an employer fails to provide PPE to six employees, the employer may be subject to a citation for ______ violations.
7. Water that meets the quality standards prescribed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Drinking Water Regulations (40 CFR part 141) is ______.
A. Potable water
B. Nonpotable water
C. Portable water
D. Reuse water
8. If the sound level in the work area exceeds ______ dB for a duration of 8 hours per day, an effective hearing conservation program shall be implemented and administered.
9. The risk-analysis model used for analyzing the causes of an incident or accident where numerous factors must align for an incident or accident to occur is referred to as the ______.
A. Bowtie method
B. Swiss cheese model
C. Fishbone model
D. None of the above
10. Vehicles used to transport employees on a construction site must have seats firmly secured to the vehicle and be adequate for the number of employees to be carried.