A. Rack, shelves or tool boxes.
B. Pant or coat pockets.
C. Carrying bags.
D. Tool belts.
B. Flash burns.
C. Hand injuries.
D. Electrical shock.
A. must be securely anchored against the shank of the drill bit.
B. must be released before the drill is turned on.
C. should be loosely attached to the drill bit.
D. must be depressed to release the lock.
A. start holes in sheet metal.
B. start holes in plaster.
C. enlarge cored holes.
D. drill into plaster.
D. power cord.
A. machines do not perform in a consistent manner.
B. most hazards can be eliminated through engineering.
C. a machine’s moving parts are fragile and must be protected.
D. people are unpredictable and may perform their work inconsistently.
A. educate the worker.
B. engineer hazards out.
C. use machine guards for existing hazards.
D. provide personal protective equipment.
A. Projections on the rotating parts may injure the worker.
B. Flying chips or scraps are likely to strike the operator.
C. The worker may be struck or caught in a pinch by the moving part.
D. The worker may be caught between a moving and stationary part.
D. Presence sensing.
D. Presence sensing.
A. so that weight is distributed equally.
B. to permit an even flow of materials.
C. clockwise most hazardous to least hazardous.
D. so that similar hazards are located close together.
A. a streak of lightning.
B. water running through a pipe.
C. water passing through the ground.
D. lightning passing through the ground.
A. 120 volts.
B. 220 volts.
C. 440 volts.
D. 600 volts.
A. length of the exposure.
B. amount of the current flow.
C. level of the voltage applied.
D. frequency of the electrical charge.
A. 1 milliampere.
B. 25 milliamperes.
C. 1 ampere.
D. 25 ampere.
A. 10 to 15 milliamperes.
B. 25 to 50 milliamperes.
C. 60 to 75 milliamperes.
D. 100 to 300 milliamperes.
A. direct currents (DC) one to two times greater than alternating currents (AC).
B. DCs three to five times greater than ACs.
C. ACs six to nine times greater than DC.
D. ACs 10 to 12 times greater than DCs.
A. Continuity of system grounds.
B. Equalization of static charges that may be generated.
C. Dissipation of static electrical charges to a ground.
D. Prevention of accumulations of dynamic electricity.
A. three-prong adapter.
B. double-insulated tool.
C. return wire attached to a ground in the earth.
D. wire attached to the frame of a tool and a metal bar.