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Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Diamond shaped signs indicate:
  1. warning signs
  2. stop signs
  3. railroad crossings
  4. safety hazards
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
What is the purpose of OSHA?
  1. Requiring the use of childproof caps for detergent.
  2. Ensure employers provide clean uniforms.
  3. Enusre employee safety and health.
  4. All the above.
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Health hazards such as impure air and improper storage and use of food fall under the category of:
  1. oral hygiene
  2. personal hygiene
  3. public hygiene
  4. personal grooming
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
OSHA helps reduce what?
  1. Layoffs, termination, quitting
  2. Injuries, illnesses and death
  3. Theft/stealing
  4. All the above.
Continuing Education Emergency Medical Services
You should remove the first dressing from an actively bleeding wound when it becomes saturated with blood.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Emergency Medical Services
Chemical burns should be flushed with copious amounts of water.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Emergency Medical Services
CPR should be administered at at least 100 compressions a minute.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
When extinguishing a gasoline fire, you should direct the fire extinguisher at the:
  1. general direction of the fire.
  2. outer circumference of the fire.
  3. base of the flames.
  4. top of the flames.
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
The 2001 OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard requires the use of:
  1. liquid soap
  2. an EPA-registered disinfectant with an efficacy against HIV and HBV or tuberculocidal
  3. sanitation practices
  4. non-corrosive cleaners
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
On the job safety is the responsibility of:
  1. the Supervisor
  2. Yourself
  3. the Leadworker
  4. all of the above
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
OSHA stands for                                                 Occupational Safety and Health Administration                                                .
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
How many states does OSHA cover?
  1. 15
  2. 50
  3. 24
  4. 22
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) developed standards in 1991 stating that infectious materials include all of the following except:
  1. Any unidentified body fluid
  2. saliva in dental procedures
  3. amniotic fluid
  4. cerebrospinal fluid
  5. all of the above are included under OSHA
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
OSHA requires employers to ensure that employees have and use                                 personal protective equipment                                (PPE) when required for safety and health.
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
When using a hydraulic press, always make sure the pressure is being applied in a safe manner and:
  1. stand in front of the object being pressed
  2. stand to the side and wear safety glasses
  3. hold the object being pressed with your hands
  4. close your eyes
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Which of the following is given to a product, along with the approval of the efficacy claims on the table, to ensure the product is safe and effective:
  1. bar code
  2. retail number
  3. EPA registration number
  4. toll-free number
Continuing Education Emergency Medical Services
All thermal burns should be covered with a dry, sterile dressing.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Emergency Medical Services
An 88yo male with history of CHF presents with shortness of breath on exertion and pedal edema. His lungs auscultate bilateral Rales. You place the pt on CPAP and place an IV. His initial blood pressure is 189/102. You administer NTG 0.4mg SL and elect to administer a bolus dose of Lasix. The correct dose of Lasix for this patient would be               .
  1. 10mg
  2. 20mg
  3. 30mg
  4. 40mg
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
OSHA was established by congress in the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Emergency Medical Services
A victim is exhibiting blue lips, uncontrollable shivering, a weak pulse, and confusion. What might they be experienceing ?
  1. Shock
  2. Hypothermia
  3. External Bleeding
  4. Sprained Ankle
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