Occupational Health and Safety Quiz
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Quiz with 47 true/false questions about occupational health and safety. The quiz can be used on its own, or could be expanded into part of a larger training module.
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- From 1 March 2006, the Workplace Safety and Health Act (WSHA) replaces the Factories Act. The WSHA is the key legislation to effect the principles of the new Occupational Safety and Health framework.
- Heat-producing equipment - copiers, work processors, coffee makers and hot plates - are often overlooked as a potential fire hazard. Keep them away from anything that might burn.
- Poor office lighting can cause eye strain and irritation, fatigue, double vision, watering and reddening of the eyelids, and a decrease in the power of focus and visual acuity.
- An online reporting system for incidents and accidents has been launched by OSHE. All incidents and accidents except first aid cases have to be reported through the system.
- People have different work styles. Staff members who work best with piles of materials about their areas are just as safe from accident and injury as the neatniks.
- glass cuts are extra dangerous is lab due to chemicals, and it can explode when heated or under pressure, so we should never used broken or chipped glassware
- To eliminate liquids that can flushed down the sink, first run water in the sink, then add small amounts of the liquid, then flush more water afterward.
- If you are really really busy and the building evacuation alarm sounds, you may stay behind as you know it will most likely be a drill or a false alarm
- The fire extinguishers in our department are designed to fight A (trash, wood, paper), B (liquids, grease) & C (electrical equipment) type of fire.
- At work bloodborne pathogen transmission occurs by blood entering the body through cuts, punctures, splashing that enters the mucous membranes.
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