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    PRACTICE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

    Q: What does OSHA mean?A: Occupational Safety and Health Act.

    Q: Under the T&T OSH Act the employee has a duty to;A: to take reasonable care of the safety and health of himself and of other persons who may be affected byhis actions or omissions at work.

    Q: Under the OSH Act the employee has the duty to NOT;A: Report to work under the influence of intoxicants.

    Q: Under the OSH Act the employer has the power to discipline

    A: An employee who breaks the provision of this ACT

    Q: It is the responsibility of the owners of a facility to ensure that;

    A: All persons occupying their facility are safe.

    Q: Before selecting gloves in the workplace the employee must conduct;A: An assessment.

    Q: Safety helmet to be used on a PLEA member site must be;A: ANSI Z89.1 Approved.

    Q: Safety eyewear and face-shield to be used on a PLEA member site must be;A: ANSI Z87.1 Approved.

    Q: Safety boots to be used on a PLEA member site must be;

    A: ANSI Z41.1 Approved.

    Q: when wearing your FRC (Fire retardant coverall) in the work place it must be:A: Fully zipped up and cufflinks fastened.

    Q: wearing your FRC Protects againstA: Flash Fires

    Q: Canisters and Cartridges are:A: Air purifying respirators

    Q: SCBA (Self contained breathing apparatus) are;

    A: Air supplying respirators.

    Q: Under the RPE (Respiratory protection equipment) employers are required to train their employees:

    A: Annually

    Q: What is a major limitation when using a respiratorA: Facial hair or beard.

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    Q: Who is ultimately responsible for your safety onsite?A: You

    Q: which standard outlines the management for handling hazardous chemicals throughout the workplaceA: HAZCOMHazard communication standards.

    Q: Three primary routs of chemical entry into the body areA: Inhalation, ingestion, absorption.

    Q: Acute and chronic are two types ofA: Health effects.

    Q: Chemicals that are classified as toxic are placed under which category?A: Health Hazard

    Q: Chemicals that are classified as flammable are placed under which category?

    A: Physical hazards.

    Q: Define the word MSDSA: Material safety data sheet

    Q: Define NFPAA: National Fire Protection Association.

    Q: HMIS is defined asA: Hazardous material information system

    Q: NFPA and HMIS has two forms ofA: Chemical Label

    Q: Acceptable noise limit for an 8 hour shift isA: 85 decibels (dB)

    Q: If you have to shout and speak at three feet the noise level may be over

    A: 85 dB

    Q: If you have to shout and speak at 2-3 feet away from a person it is a sign ofA: Hearing problems

    Q: hearing loss isA: Permanent

    Q: What is one form of hearing damage?A: Tinnitus

    Q: Employees must be trained in hearing protection

    A: Annually

    Q: Where can lead be found in the oil and gas industryA: In Paint

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    Q: When the chemical known as GAS be used for washing handsA: Never

    Q: What is asbestos?A: Naturally occurring crystalline minerals with a physical for resembling long thin structure of fibre.

    Q: persons required to work with asbestos must beA: Trained and Authorized

    Q: When is Asbestos most dangerous?A: when it is disturbed and becomes airborne

    Q: In the event of a hazardous chemical spill you shouldA: Report it immediately

    Q: Ladders to be selected for use must have a capacity rating of

    A: 4 times maximum capacity

    Q: What type of ladder would you select to work around electrical wires?A: Fibre Glass or other non conductive material.

    Q: When should ladders be inspected?A: Prior to each use.

    Q: When can a ladder with a missing rung be used?A: Never.

    Q: When setting up a ladder, the ladder must be set up usingA: 4:1 ratio

    Q: When setting up a ladder, you must have aA: 3feet extension above rest point.

    Q: What do you do when your ladder cannot reach a point of work

    A: Get a longer ladder.

    Q: A guard rail is an engineered means of fall protection to protect a person from fallingA: On all open sides.

    Q: Toe boards serve as a means of?A: Falling object protection.

    Q: All scaffolding platform must be?A: Fully planked and secured.

    Q: Scaffolding must be inspected daily by a?

    A: Competent and authorized person.

    Q: PFAS (Personal fall arrest system) are required when working on heights of?A: 6 feet and above

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    Q: What is the maximum free fall distance when using an PFAS?A: 6 feet

    Q: What is the maximum weight rating of a Lanyard?A: 5000lbs

    Q: One protective measure used in protecting against cave in an excavation trench is?A: Shoring (benching, sloping)

    Q: When conducting an excavation of 5ft deep x 35ft long how much points of access/egress must beA: 2 points of access/egress

    Q: What is the purpose of machinery guardsA: To prevent user from making contact with dangerous parts.

    Q: When shall machinery be inspected?

    A: Before each use.

    Q: Who shall conduct the inspection?A: Competent/trained person

    Q: When can a machine guard be removed?A: when the equipment have been locked out and lagged out.

    Q: Define GFCIA: Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter

    Q: Define RCDA: Residual Current Devices.

    Q: The third pin on a 3 pin plug represents the?A: Ground/grounding terminal

    Q: All tools/electrical cords used must be of

    A: double insulated type

    Q: Minimum clearance from 132000 volts isA: 4.5meters

    Q: Electrocution, shock, burns can take place in aboveA: 50 Volts

    Q: All electrical equipment must be inspected byA: Certified person.

    Q: 4 types of electrical injuries are

    A: Electrocution, electrical shock, burns and falls

    Q: Whenever you have flying particles or projectiles you needA: Eye and face protection

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    Q: Poor ergonomics may result inA: Illness/injury

    Q: When lifting loads manually from ground level you must lift withA: Your legs

    Q: When storing materials on site you must notA: Block access/egress

    Q: When storing loads at heights you mustA: always secure the load

    Q: When can you overload?A: Never

    Q: Minimum distance of cranes from overhead power lines is

    A: 10 feet

    Q: Cranes shall never beA: Left unattended while load is suspended (lower load to ground and remove key)

    Q: Cranes can only be operated byA: Certified and authorized personnel only

    Q: Crane operators shall NEVERA: Route loads over people

    Q: what are the three major components of FIREA: Ignition, Fuel, Oxygen

    Q: Oily rags are consideredA: Fuel for fire

    Q: Wood and paper are associated with which class of fire

    A: Class A

    Q: Flammable and combustible liquid