Unit 4 Safety Supervisor quiz
__________ happens when a body is exposed to an environment in which it is unable to cool itself.
Which of the following is an example of a vapor contaminant?
The theory of multiple causation states that it is the __________ combination of various factors that result in injuries and illnesses.
__________ has long been known as an infection produced by drinking non-pasteurized milk from cows suffering from Bang’s disease.
Each type and brand of hearing protection has been given a __________, which describes how much an employee’s exposure can be reduced by wearing the device.
__________ occurs in individuals who have experienced prolonged exposure to
heavy air concentrations of cotton dust.
Visual evidence should be recorded by using all of the following EXCEPT __________.
limits on the time/limited/volumes of air allowed for various hazardous chemicals.
levels of safe, repeated exposures for most workers.
terminal limit values for maximum exposures for certain hazardous
parent regulations to time weighted averages.
Which of the following accurately identifies the following statements? “A report must do more than just identify at-risk acts or hazardous conditions surrounding an incident.”
This statement is incomplete.
This statement is true.
This statement is false.
This statement is ambiguous.
Which of the following is an example of a mist contaminant?