Hra Chapter 15 Multiple Choice

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1.  From a business perspective, emphasizing health and safety in the workplace pays off in all the following ways EXECPT:
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2.                        refers to a condition in which the physical well-being or people is protected, ________ refers to protecting employees and organizational facilities.
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3.  The main purpose of effective_____programs in organizations is too preven work-related injuries and accidents.
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4.  The primary health, safety, and security resposibilities in an organization usually fall on
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5.  In a typical division of health, safety, and security responsibilties, the HR unit is responsible for
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6.  The three major causes of injury in the workplace include all of the following EXCEPT
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7.  By coordinating_____, HR can create value and help mitigate some risk to the company concerning possible risks due to terrorist attacks, loss of electirical service, bomb threats, and hostage situations.
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8.  Who is responsible for funding workers' compensation?
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9.  Arlene works as a teller for a bank. During an armed robbery attempt, Arlene was shot in the left elbow which may permanently affect her use of that arm. Under workers' compensation she can expect all of the following EXCEPT
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10.  Major contributor(s) to the increase in workers' compensation costs is/are
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11.  Employer's who make accommodations for injured employees through light duty work might unwittingly
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12.  What does the ADA require regarding information from all medical examinations and inquires?
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13.  Which of the following jobs/occupations could a person UNDER 18 legally perfom according to the FLSA?
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14.  ____ was passed to " assure as far as possible every working man or woman in the nation safe and healthful working conditions and to perserve human resources."
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15.  Every employer engaged in commerce with  _________ employees is covered by OSHA.
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16.  Workplace standards are developed through research by
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17.  The Occupational Safety and Health Act states that employers have a general duty to
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18.  The federal Hazard Communication Standard required that employers who use hazardous chemicals
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19.  The prupose of a material safety data sheet (MSDS) is to
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20.  The purpose of OSHA's lock out/tag out regulations is  to
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21.  While making a routine call, Eric, a security gaurd at an apartment complex, and the apartment manager who was making the call with Eric were attacked by two vicious dogs by a renter. The woman was badly mauled and bleeded profusely. Eric was covered with her splattered blood when the police arrived. in addition, Eric had dog bites and lacerations himself. This is a circumstance where OSHA regulations on _____________ would come into force.
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22.  ________ is the study and design of the work environment to address the physiological and physical demands on individuals.
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23.  The generic term for muscle and skeletal injuries that occur when workers repetitively use the same muscles to perform tasks is
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24.  Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is an injury common in people who
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25.  The _______ industry has the highest level of cumulative trauma disorders.
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26.  In a court case involving reproductive health, the Supreme Court held that Johnson Controls' policy of ______ viilated the Civil Rights Act and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.
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27.  Workers have the right to walk off a job and refuse to perform unsafe work if all of the following conditions are met EXCEPT
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28.  OSHA has identified ________ as one of the most dangerous work setting.
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29.  All of the following employers are required to keep detailed OSHA records EXCEPT
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30.  OSHA represantatives who conduct inspections are called
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31.  Joyce, a bank loan officer, fell down the strairs at the bank causing her tor sprain her ankle. SHe went to the company nurse who wrapped it in elastic bandages. Joyce went back to her job about an hour later. OSHA would catagorize this as a/an
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32.  An OSHA inspector has arrived at the reception desk of Poultry Land Processors and has presented her credentials. The CEO refuses to allow the inspector into the plant. WHich of the following statements is true?
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33.  Once an OSHA inspector's credentials have been examined and an opening conference has been held with an HR representative, the OSHA inspector's first step will be to
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34.  Agnew is a cook at Happy Times Restaurant. On July 4th, she fainted from the heat in the kitchen because the restaurants air conditioning was broken. Agnes revived within a few seconds when he co-workers put a cold cloth on her head. SHe got up and went right back to work with no ill effects. The employer
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35.  The absence of gaurd railings to prevent employees from falling three stories into heavy machinery is an example of a/an _______ violation.
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36.  The most frequently cited OSHA violation in general industry (NON CONSTRUCTION) is
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37.  When an employer knows of a condition whoch could probably cause serious physical harm, a/an ____ violation has occured.
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38.  ____ violations could have an impact on employees' health or safety but probably wouldn't cause death or serious harm.
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39.  Lock of doors on toilet stalls is a common example of
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40.  An employer whp has been warned of a safety vilation, but does not correct the situation is vulnerable to a/an _____ vilolation.
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