Daily Quiz (19)


Among these workplace hazards, which one is not one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four?”


In a recently published guidance document, the American Industrial Hygiene Association named and described four, often chronic, construction site health hazards: high temperatures, air contaminants, noise and what fourth hazard?


True or false: Abrasive blasting of concrete substrates can produce silica sand inhalation hazards.


According to NIOSH, the hierarchy of hazard controls considers which one of the following to be the least desirable?


True or false: There are three broad sources of potential inhalation hazards from abrasive blasting, according to a JPCL article.


Which of the following alternatives is an engineering control for an air-contaminant workplace hazard?


True or False: According to NIOSH, use of personal protective equipment is the least desirable in the hierarchy of hazard controls.


According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the hierarchy of hazard controls considers which one of the following to be the least desirable?


True or false: Abrasive blast workers are regularly exposed to noise levels of 90-100 decibels.


True or false: The new OSHA action level for exposure to crystalline silica has been reduced from 100 micrograms per cubic meter to 25 micrograms per cubic meter, time-weighted average in an 8-hour period.


In OSHA’s hierarchy of hazard controls, which one is the least effective?


OSHA estimates there are approximately how many ladder injuries each year?


What is the name of the provision in OSHA standards that is used in inspections where there are no specific standards applicable to the particular hazard involved?


According to NIOSH, the hierarchy of hazard controls considers which one of the following to be the least desirable?


Which of the following alternatives is an engineering control for an air-contaminant workplace hazard?


What organization requested that SSPC issue guidance addressing hazards in confined spaces as a result of the Xcel Energy Penstock fire in Georgetown, CO?


True or false: According to OSHA, inhalation hazards that can be derived from a concrete substrate when abrasive blasting include asbestos, silicates, silica sand and Portland cement.


What is the source of potential inhalation hazards that blasters face in air abrasive blasting operations?


True or False: Polished concrete, when properly processed, will meet or exceed the slip-coefficient of friction requirements of ANSI/NFSI.


 
 
   

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