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Occupational Safety (OSHA) Questions - All Grades

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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.
Grade 9 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
All of the following are appropriate footwear for Technical rope work except:
  1. Heavy mountaineering boots
  2. Structural firefighting boots
  3. Vibram-soled, lightweight hiking boots
  4. Heavyweight leather hiking boots
Grade 8 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
A helmet in the high angle environment does all of the following except:
  1. Decrease the risk of significant skull fracture
  2. Decrease the risk of severe brain injury
  3. Decrease the risk of accidents
  4. Protects from falling objects
Grade 8 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Which is the highest level of operational capability in Technical Rope Rescue defined by the NFPA?
  1. Technician
  2. Awareness
  3. Specialist
  4. Operations
Grade 10 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
A convenient place to store rigging hardware while rigging for a rescue is:
  1. On your seat harness
  2. On the litter
  3. In your pack
  4. On the ground at the site
Grade 11 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Pulleys may serve all the following functions except:
  1. Changing direction
  2. Working a mechanical advantage system
  3. Reducing abrasion on rope
  4. Acting as a belay device
Grade 11 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Static ropes are designed not to stretch because this type of rope construction:
  1. Reduces stretch in mechanical advantage
  2. Allows for energy absorption
  3. Allows the climber to absorb the kinetic energy
  4. Permits easier knot placement
Grade 10 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
The advantages of bagging rope rather than coiling it include all of the flollowing except:
  1. Bagging can be accomplished quicker than coiling
  2. Bagged rope is more convenient to carry
  3. Bagged rope is easier to deploy
  4. Bagging protects the rope from heat damage
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.
Grade 11 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
The condition in which you spend your work day:
  1. Workers' Compensation
  2. Sleeping
  3. Working Conditions
  4. Right
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
Grade 9 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Which of the following may cause life-threatening complications if used as a single-point of suspension in the high-angle environment?
  1. Life belts
  2. Ladder belts
  3. Pompier belts
  4. Escape belts
  5. All the above
Grade 8 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
This NFPA standard refers to training, reference the team.
  1. NFPA 1670
  2. NFPA 1006
  3. NFPA 1403
  4. NFPA 1521
Grade 12 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Wearing gloves helps a person maintain control of the rope during a rope rescue because gloves:
  1. Protect the wearer from dirt and grime
  2. Limit feeling the heat of the rope
  3. Protect against burns and abrasions
  4. Improve the grip on materials
Grade 12 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
The typical breaking strength of 1 inch flat webbing is:
  1. 2500 lb (11.2 kN)
  2. 4000 lb (17.8 kN)
  3. 5000 lb (22.2 kN)
  4. 6000 lb (28.9 kN)
Grade 11 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
All of the following situations would require a rope attached to a seat harness except:
  1. Rapelling
  2. Attending a litter in high-angle terrain
  3. Entering the water during a swift water rescue
  4. Having a belay or a safety line close to a cliffs edge
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
Grade 11 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
This is the government program that sets rules and inspects the workplace for safety.
  1. Workers' Compensation
  2. OSHA
  3. United Way
  4. PORSHA
Grade 10 Occupational Safety (OSHA)
A U.S. organization involved in setting up standards for rope rescue equipment is:
  1. USIA
  2. NFPA
  3. IODA
  4. USDOT
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