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1

Primary OBJECTIVE of Injury Illness Prevention Program?

maintain a safe and healthy work environment for all LAFD employees

2

An ESSENTIAL element of an effective safety program is?

Communication

3

Primary reason for for conducting hazards assessment and inspections is?

Identify
control hazards and unsafe conditions
Unsafe work practices

4

Battalion Commanders or Civilian Supervisors shall perform comprehensive inspections at least?

annually

5

During inspections items determined to pose a safety risk are not to be used until?

till rendered safe

6

Serious injury or illness defined as?

In patient hospitalization excess of 24hrs other than observation
Employee suffers loss of any member of the body or any serious degree of permanent disfigurement

7

SERIOUS INJURY or illness must be reported to CAL/OSHA ASAP, but no longer than?

8 hours

8

Employees must immediately report all work related near-miss incidents to?

Immediate supervisor

9

Near-miss incident is defined as?

an unplanned event that did not result in an injury and/or illness but had the potential to do so

10

Hazards are to be corrected when?

Observed or discovered

11

Each department work location shall prepare, maintain and post specific information regarding the number and type of occupational injuries. Each location shall maintain a log of

CAL/OSHA Form 300 Work Related Injury and Illness

12

CAL/OSHA required to be posted t each location from?

February 1st to April 30

13

CAL/OSHA forms 300 and 300A must be preserved and maintained for?

5 years

14

All request for injury information should be forwarded to?

Appropriate Sworn or Civilian Safety Coordinator

15

Employee training records are maintained for?

1 year

16

Medical and employee EXPOSURE records are maintained for?

Duration of employment plus 30 years

17

After completion of the Fire Facility Safety inspection, a written report F-225 from Facility Supervisor shall be forward to?

Department Safety Coordinator

18

It is the Departments policy that all Fire facilities be inspected?

Annual

19

Fire Facility check list shall be maintained for in each facility for?

5 years

20

Any deficiencies found during inspections shall be addressed on?

Form Get 113 and/or Alteration and Improvement Request to Fire Facility

21

All recordable entries on the CAL/OSHA 300 shall be entered within _ of notification?

6 working days

22

Most widely accepted way to identify hazards in the workplace is?

Safety and Health self-inspections

23

A bulletin sent to all members setting firth recommended safe practices pertaining to various subjects is?

Safety Bulletin

24

Fatality or serious injury occur at work supervisor and department must?

Assist employee
Secure site
Conduct investigation
Notify Department Safety Coordinator

25

After normal business Departments Safety Coordinator can be contacted by?

MFC captain