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1

The most common cause of injury on public playgrounds is...
A-entanglement
B-falls
C-impact
D-entrapment

B-falls

2

What is the common cause of playground fatalities?
A entanglement
B falls
C impact
D entrapment

A entanglement

3

Which of the following ASTM Documents should be used as a reference when selecting a surfacing system to be installed in a public playground?
F2075
F2049
F2223
F2373

F2223

4

Which of the following statements regarding play equipment materials and manufacture is true?
A-Wood must be treated with CCA or other acceptable preservatives
B-fasteners must be permanently locked into place
C-Plastic materials shall be protected from u/v light
D-Materials other than wood,metal,plastic, or rubber are not permitted

C plastic materials shall be protected from U/V light

5

The user range covered by ASTM F1487 is
A - 95th percentile 2 year old to 5th percentile 5 year old
B - 5th percentile 5 year old to 95th percentile 12 year old
C - 95th percentile 2 year old to 5th percentile 12 year old
D - 5th percentile 5 year old to 95th percentile 12 year old

A 5th percentile 2yr old to 95th percentile 12yr old

6

Which of the following is appropriate if found in a 2-5 play area?
A 8ft high free-standing slide
B Free-standing arch climber
C track ride
D parallel bars

A 8' high free-standing slide

7

Which of the following statements about protrusions is correct?
A the smallest projection gauge protects a child from a projection entering their brain through their eye socket
B the .12" (1/8") gauge is paced next to suspended components to test for protrusion hazards
C recessed bolts may be inaccessible and not subject to protrusion tests
D five projection gauges are used to identify projections that are protrusion hazards

C recessed bolts may be inaccessible and not subject to protrusion tests

8

Which of the following would fail the head entrapment test?
A an opening in a barrier that admits the both the torso and head probes
B an opening in a tot swing seat that admits the torso probe but not the head probe
C an opening in a 5ft high arch climber that does not admit the torso probe
D an opening between the protective surfacing and the bottom rail of a stepladder.

B an opening in a tot swing seat that admits the torso probe but not the head probe

9

During a playground safety audit, a CPSI notes the following data:
1 a bolt with two threads exposed on the side of a platform
2 a head entrapment in the footrest of a spring rocker
3 an s-hook with the top loop overlapping the bottom loop
4 a bolt protruding 1/4inch from the side of a slide
Which of the following are compliant with ASTM 1487?
1 and 2 only
1 and 3 only
2 and 4 only
3 and 4 only

B 1 and 3 only

10

Which of the following dimensions regarding the head entrapment test proves is correct?
Torso probe:
95% 5yr old
95% 2yr old
5% 5yr old
5% 2yr old

Head probe:
95% 12yr old
5% 5yr old
5% 12yr old
95% 5yr old

D 5% 2yr old
D 95% 5yr old

11

Which of the following passes the entanglement test?
A a bolt that increases in diameter > 1/8" from its initial surface on a climber
B a bolt with two threads exposed on the side of a platform
C a bolt that projects upward .36" 3/8" of an inch on a horizontal ladder
D a bolt that projects .25" 1/2" from the side of a slide

B a bolt with two threads exposed on the side of a platform

12

On an 8' high free-standing slide, which one of the following be considered a priority one hazard
A a bolt head projecting 3/16inch in the non-entanglement zone
B a transition platform that is 12" deep
C sidewalks that are 3" high
D an exit region height 18" above the surfacing

A a bolt head projecting 3/16" in the non-entanglement zone