Safety Terms Quiz
Possible dangers or unsafe conditions in the workplace are known as _______.
B. environmental hazards
C. universal precautions
The purpose of this is to protect the environment many toxins such as air and water pollutions.
Insurance against loss of income from work-related injury is known as ________.
A. Health Insurance
B. Workers’ compensation
The science of examining motions and how to perform them properly is referred to as _______.
B. Material Safety and Data Sheet
C. universal precautions
D. physical therapy
Knowing job hazards and taking appropriate steps to avoid accidents is being known as _________.
D. first aid
OSHA was created to _______.
A. provide proper break and lunchtimes for employees
B. help prevent accidents in the workplace
C. provide medical care in the workplace
D. teach employers how to save money in the workplace
Which agency focuses on conducting research and making recommendations on how to prevent work related injuries?
Threatening behavior that occurs at work or at a company function is known as ____.
A. environmental hazards
C. workplace violence
What does EPA stand for?
A. Energy Protection Association
B. Environmental Protection Association
C. Environmental Pollution Agency
D. Environmental Protection Agency
Preventing accidents is whose responsibility?
A. the employer
B. the employee
A government agency that sets and enforces job safety and health standards for workers is called _____.
When was OSHA created?
A. in the 1970s
B. in the 1920s
C. in the early 2000s
D. in 1999
What does OSHA stand for?
A. Occupational Safety and Health Act
B. Occupational Safety and Health Association
C. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
D. Occupational Safety and Health Agency
Who sends out important information and works with world, state and health agencies to protect the public from health threats?
What does OSHA require that employers must have for each hazardous material in the workplace?
A. a fire extinguisher in case of an explosion or fire
B. a material safety data sheet (MSDS) that explains specific hazards
C. a fire hydrant
D. OSHA doesn’t require anything specific for hazardous materials.
What does NIOSH stand for?
A. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
B. National Institute for Occupational Service and Health
C. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Humans
D. National Institute for Office Safety and Health
B. will not catch fire
C. slow to burn
D. ignites and burns rapidly
A long, thin strip of cloth or other material twisted tightly around the body to restrict blood flow is known as a(n) ________.
A. first aid
What does CDC stand for?
A. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
B. Centers for Disease Control and Protection
C. Centers for Disease Care and Protection
D. Centers for Doctors, Coroners, and Providers
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