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List the OH&S risk control Hierarchy from most to least effective?
  1. Eliminate, Substitute, and PPE
  2. Eliminate, Engineering controls, Substitute, PPE, and Administrative controls
  3. Eliminate, Substitute, Engineering controls, Administrative controls, and PPE
  4. Administrative controls, Engineering controls, Elimination, Substitute, and PPE

Q2. Which of the following are the largest contributors to global pollution?

  1. Soil pollution
  2. Industrial pollution
  3. Radioactive pollution
  4. Water pollution
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Q3. If you bypass an ESD function for preventive maintenance but have not properly defined mitigations you have

  1. Removed a hardware barrier
  2. Weakened the hardware barrier
  3. Removed a human barrier
  4. None of the above
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Q4. Failure to address the needs and expectations of relevant interested parties is a risk to ___________

  1. Worker’s Representative
  2. Management system
  3. Surveillance audit
  4. Occupational Health and Surveillance Program
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Q5. An example of confidential information includes:

  1. Legal document
  2. Personal and medical information
  3. Audit reports
  4. All of the above
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Q6. Lichens are good bioindicators for

  1. Environmental radiation
  2. Soil pollution
  3. Water and air pollution Water and air pollution
  4. None of the above
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Q7. What is the leading cause of death on construction sites?

  1. Struck by object
  2. Falls
  3. Caught-in or -between
  4. Electrocutions
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Q8. Escherichia coli used as an indicator organism to determine pollution of water with

  1. Industrial effluents
  2. Heavy metals
  3. Pollen of aquatic plants
  4. Faecal matter
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Q9. What are the causes of carbobdioxide in the atmosphere?

  1. Due to industrilization
  2. Emission of GHGs from vehicals
  3. Burning fossil fuel & Wood/Deforestation
  4. All of them
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Q10. In hazard management if both elimination and substitution is not possible what would be the best next approach to minimize the hazard?

  1. Use of PPE
  2. Use of engineering controls
  3. Use of administrative controls
  4. Use of standard and regulations
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