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    The person(s) who is responsible for safety:

    Please select all that apply:

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    My responsibilities as are a worker are to:

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    My rights in the workplace with regards to safety are:

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    If I am working on a task that I believe is unsafe or unhealthy, I should:

  • MANAGING WORKPLACE RISKS

    Here is a quick activity for you – link the types of hazards with the potential harm:

    TYPES OF HAZARDS POTENTIAL HARM
    Manual Tasks
    Gravity
    Electrical
    Machinery and Equipment
    Chemicals
    Extreme Temperatures
    Noise
    Radiation
    Biological
    Psychological
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    It is the responsibility of the employer and employee to share the cost of PPE equally?

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    PPE is the most effective method of controlling a safety risk?

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    Manual handling is just about lifting heavy objects:

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    Manual task injuries can include:

    (please select all that apply)

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    When talking about dangerous chemicals, this could include:

    (please select all that apply)

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    A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) includes information on:

    (please select all that apply)

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    Appropriate types of hearing protection include:

    (please select all that apply)

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    Some people can get “used” to noise?

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    A person who is not a licensed electrical worker can legally carry out repairs to existing electrical installations?

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    Injuries from electric shock can include: (please select all that apply)

  • MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

    Machinery and equipment have moving parts, these are items such as plant, machinery and hand-held power tools. The action of moving parts may have sufficient force in motion to cause injury to people.

    Common mechanical hazards and associated risks for machinery and equipment are show below – as an activity, link the hazard with the risk:

    TYPES OF HAZARDS RISK
    Rotating shafts, pullies, sprockets & gears
    Hard surfaces moving together
    Scissor or shear action
    Sharp edge – moving or stationary
    Cable or hose connections
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    Locking out is a way of stopping electrically powered machinery from starting during maintenance – to effective lock out equipment or a machine – you should:

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    If a guard gets in the way while you are working, you can remove it and continue to work?

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