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Safety 1

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Containers of hazardous material must be labeled, tagged, or marked with which of the following pieces of information?
a.
Appropriate hazard warnings
b.
Name and address of the chemical’s manufacturer or other responsible party
c.
Chemical identification
d.
All the above
 

 2. 

Which are good working positions when programming?
a.
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b.
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c.
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d.
All of the above
 

 3. 

What is ergonomics?
a.
The science of adjusting environments, tasks, or procedures to fit the individual
b.
A governmental agency that tracks ergons
c.
The study of global ergonomies
d.
A method to evaluate safety procedures
 

 4. 

Which of the following is a benefit of understanding and practicing good ergonomics?
a.
Reduced chance of tripping and falling
b.
Using a ladder safer
c.
A more comfortable work environment
d.
Safer and more efficient evacuation
 

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 5. 

MSDs can affect your joints.
 

 6. 

Awkward postures are a risk factor for MSDs.
 

 7. 

Awkward postures include bending, twisting, and working with your hands above your head or your elbows above your shoulders.
 

 8. 

Signs and symptoms of MSDs include swelling or stiffness of joints.
 

 9. 

MSDs can affect your muscles.
 

 10. 

A good working position is an upright sitting posture, in which the torso and neck are approximately vertical, the thighs are approximately horizontal, and the lower legs are vertical.
 

 11. 

MSDs can affect your tendons.
 

 12. 

Force is the amount of muscular effort used to perform work.
 

 13. 

MSDs can affect your ligaments.
 

 14. 

MSDs can affect your nervous system.
 

 15. 

Signs and symptoms of MSDs include reduced range of motion.
 

 16. 

MSDs can impact almost any part of your body, including the upper torso, the upper extremities, and the lower extremities.
 

 17. 

MSDs can affect your cartilage.
 

 18. 

Contact stress occurs internally when a tendon, nerve or blood vessel is stretched or bent around a bone or tendon.
 

 19. 

Signs and symptoms of MSDs include pain, numbness, and tingling.
 

 20. 

Signs and symptoms of MSDs include cramping.
 

 21. 

Exerting large amounts of force can result in fatigue and physical damage to your body.
 

 22. 

MSDs can affect your nerves.
 

 23. 

Repetitive movements can irritate your tendons and increase pressure on your nerves.
 

 24. 

External contact stress occurs when a part of your body rubs against a sharp or hard object such as the edge of a desk or table.
 



 
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