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What works best to separate FOD?

Magnetic separators

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Static electricity

Created by two surfaces moving across one another such as conveyor belts, blending, mixing, liquid moving through a pipe

Scaffolding NOT a source of static electricity

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Most important part of change management

Communication

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employee failed to check the quality on five items which ended up causing injuries to customers. Which category of common causal factors BEST fits this scenario

Mismatch/Overload

*Part of Human Factors Theory

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Pinna

Part of OUTER ear-harnesses sound waves

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Five Steps of the Risk Management Process

Step 1: Identify the Risk. The first step is to identify the risks that the business is exposed to in its operating environment. ...

****Includes Breaking job into individual steps/JHA 2.Step 2: Analyze

3.Step 3: Evaluate or Rank

4.Step 4: Treat the Risk.

5.Step 5: Monitor and Review

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REACH

Registration

Evaluation

Authorization and

Restriction of

CHemicals

EU reg addressing production and use of chemical substances and their potential impact on human health and environment

*Chemical safety assessment must be completed for all substances in quantities equal to or greater to 10 tons

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Facts to know about altitude sickness (hypoxia)`

Symptoms start at

10,000 ft above sea level

Become acutely serious at 15,000 ft

Consciousness quickly lost at 20,000 ft

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Category of control when supervisors and managers take positive action to prevent contact or exposure with an identified hazard

Avoidence

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Cochlea

Part of INNER ear- spiral-shaped membrane which is lined with over 15,000 tiny hairs and has fluid moving within it.

When a tiny bone taps on the membrane of the cochlea, the fluid inside moves, stimulating the tiny hairs and triggering electrical nerve impulses.

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Performance mode characterized by routine actions in a familiar setting; these are activities that we take for granted, like driving a car.

Employee who enjoys repetative work would fall under this mode

Skill Based Performance Mode

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Term used to describe risks that can result in a loss or gain. Not insurable.

Speculative Risk

EX. Investing in Stock Market.

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Temp in Fahrenheit at which heat stroke is an imminent danger

102 Corresponds to a sweat rate of about 2 liters per hour

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What closely resembles a bar graph?

Histogram

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Ear canal

Part of OUTER ear- narrow passageway leading to eardrum

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Structural Components of Building for Fire Safety

Primary load bearing componnents, include:

****Floor

Foundation

Plinth

Wall

Column

Slab

Beam

Lintel

Weather Shade

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Term used to describe risks that can only result in a loss or negative outcome. Insurable

Pure Risk

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Emergency action plans should be:

Location specific

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Atomic weights- Carbon and Nitrogen

Carbon- 12

Nitrogen- 14

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SDS signal words

Danger- for more severe hazards

Warning -for less severe hazards

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Type of learning that refers to the sensory modes of reception

Physiological/perceptual

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One of 5 basic stages of emergency according to HazMat Desk Reference

Recognition

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Examples of Waterbourne pathogens

Bacterias:

Camplyobacter jejuni,

E Coli,

Enterococcus,

Salmonella,

Shigella dysenterie (dysentery),

Vibrio cholera,

Viruses: Poliovirus, rotavirus

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Engineering controls for FOD

•Airfield sweepers, which periodically clean runways, taxiways, ramps, aprons and parking areas of small debris.

•Disposal cans and bags, for safe and (when appropriate) OSHA-compliant containers for the temporary storage of found debris.

•Tool and parts kitting, which allows technicians to keep track of small objects during on-site installation and repair jobs.

•Specially-designed clothing and footwear to prevent ripping, tearing, snagging and carried debris in FOD-sensitive work areas.

•Aircraft and wheel covers to protect equipment from rain, wind, dust and other environmental hazards.

•FOD detection systems, usually consisting of radar- or camera-based, which automatically scan runways for the presence of debris or wildlife

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When determining safe load on a floor, live loads indicate?

Loads placed on the floor

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STEL for Noise and Formula for calculating shift duration?

STEL 115 dBA (means that 30 min of exposure allowed at 10 dBA)

8/2(L-90)/5

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Assigned/ Approved Personnel?

Assigned=Designated Person

Approved=Authorized Person

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Which agency within the department of commerce is responsible for conducting research and developing codes and standards for fire protection and prevention, fire equipment, fire behavior, and consumer and building product safety?

National Institute of Standards and Technology

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APFs for respirators

Air Purifying Respirator: HF 10/ FF 50 

FF Air Purifying respirator: 50

PAPR and SAR: HF 50, FF 1000

SAR and SCBA: Demand Mode  HF 10/ FF 50

Positive pressure SCBA: 10,000