Mobile apps, online training and video conferencing have made managing safety and adhering to OSHA and NFPA requirements for safety documentation easier and more streamlined. What do you know about managing these safety requirements?
Created by: Wesley L. Wheeler
1. According to 29 CFR 1926, Subpart V, at least one job briefing is required at the start of each day or shift that covers the hazards associated with the job, the work procedures involved, any special precautions, energy-source controls and PPE to be conducted by the ________.
C. Employee in charge
2. NFPA 70E requires job safety planning to be performed before each job that has exposure to electrical hazards, and this plan should be completed by the ________.
3. Energized electrical work permits should be signed by the ________ before justified energized electrical work begins.
A. Safety manager
B. Maintenance/engineering manager
C. General manager
D. Electrically knowledgeable person
E. All of the above
4. Employers shall develop, implement and maintain at each workplace, a written hazard communication program that includes information on labels and other forms of warning(s), ________, and how employee information and training requirements will be met.
5. What should be completed prior to any demolition operation on a building or structure?
A. Building permit
B. Engineering survey
C. Crane lift plan
D. Hearing examination
6. Before entry is allowed into a permit-required, confined space without using a self-contained breathing apparatus, the oxygen levels should be ________ percent.
7. A company’s lockout/tagout (LOTO) program and procedures must be audited by a qualified person at intervals not exceeding ________.
A. 1 month
B. 6 months
C. 1 year
D. 3 years
8. A complex LOTO program requires the ________ to create a written program outlining the LOTO procedures and the methods used for accounting for all employees involved in the LOTO.
C. Person in charge
D. Affected employee
9. Powered industrial truck operators must be evaluated every ________ year(s) to meet OSHA’s refresher training and documentation requirements.
10. New rubber insulating gloves may be stored for 12 months before being placed into service and must be electrically tested annually thereafter in addition to maintaining proper documentation.