Dining Safety Certification (Service)

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Dining Safety Certification (Service) - Quiz

Below are the necessary safety trainings for a Dining Service employee. Questions with checkboxes, you can choose all that apply. Fill in the blank questions must be spelled correctly to get a correct answer.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    I've read, understand, and have electronically signed all of the below trainings. (please check each line)

    • A.

      Associate Safety Guide

    • B.

      Culture of Safety Excellence

    • C.

      Proper Safety Procedures

    • D.

      Dining Uniform Policy

    • E.

      Chemical Training

    • F.

      Cut Prevention

    • G.

      Slips, Trips, & Falls

    • H.

      Proper Lifting

    • I.

      Burn Prevention

    • J.

      Thermometer Calibration

    • K.

      Loading Dock Safety

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Associate Safety Guide
    B. Culture of Safety Excellence
    C. Proper Safety Procedures
    D. Dining Uniform Policy
    E. Chemical Training
    F. Cut Prevention
    G. Slips, Trips, & Falls
    H. Proper Lifting
    I. Burn Prevention
    J. Thermometer Calibration
    K. Loading Dock Safety
    Explanation
    In order to complete the training you must have read & fully comprehend all of the above trainings for your job position.

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  • 2. 

    Associate Safety Guide, Question #1: Some of your responsibilies after an injury are... (choose all that apply)

    • A.

      Report the incident to your immediate Supervisor at once.

    • B.

      Keep your Immediate Supervisor informed of all related medical appointment(s) as soon as they have been made.

    • C.

      Accept temporary transitional duty assignments, if offered.

    • D.

      Attend all scheduled medical appointments regarding your injury.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Report the incident to your immediate Supervisor at once.
    B. Keep your Immediate Supervisor informed of all related medical appointment(s) as soon as they have been made.
    C. Accept temporary transitional duty assignments, if offered.
    D. Attend all scheduled medical appointments regarding your injury.
    Explanation
    After an injury, it is important to report the incident to your immediate supervisor immediately as this allows them to take appropriate action and ensure your safety. Keeping your immediate supervisor informed of all related medical appointments is necessary so that they can make any necessary accommodations or adjustments to your work schedule. Accepting temporary transitional duty assignments, if offered, is important as it helps in the recovery process and allows you to continue working while avoiding further injury. Attending all scheduled medical appointments regarding your injury is crucial as it ensures proper treatment and monitoring of your condition.

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  • 3. 

    Associate Safety Guide, Question #2: True or False, Chemical gloves must be worn when cleaning and using chemicals, but not while handling?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Chemical gloves must be worn not only when cleaning and using chemicals but also when handling them. This is because chemicals can be harmful to the skin and can cause burns, irritation, or other adverse reactions. Wearing chemical gloves provides a protective barrier between the chemicals and the skin, reducing the risk of injury or harm. Therefore, it is important to wear chemical gloves during all activities involving chemicals, including handling.

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  • 4. 

    Associate Safety Guide, Question #3: Which statement below regarding lifting is incorrect?

    • A.

      Where the weight exceeds 75lbs, you must share the lift with a partner

    • B.

      Lifting aids must be used for objects in excess of 40lbs

    • C.

      You must use the right equipment to move and store materials

    Correct Answer
    B. Lifting aids must be used for objects in excess of 40lbs
    Explanation
    The statement that lifting aids must be used for objects in excess of 40lbs is incorrect. The correct answer is that this statement is incorrect because lifting aids must be used for objects in excess of 75lbs, not 40lbs.

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  • 5. 

    Culture of Safety Excellence, Question #1: True or False, the difference between an accident and an incident is a near miss

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    An accident refers to an unplanned event that results in injury, damage, or loss, whereas an incident is an unplanned event that does not result in injury, damage, or loss. A near miss, on the other hand, refers to a situation where an incident almost occurred but was narrowly avoided. Therefore, the difference between an accident and an incident is indeed a near miss.

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  • 6. 

    Culture of Safety Excellence, Question #2: Which of the following is not a safety hazard?

    • A.

      Water on the floor

    • B.

      Improper lifting

    • C.

      Not wearing a hat

    • D.

      No slip-resistant footwear

    • E.

      All of the above are safety hazards

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above are safety hazards
    Explanation
    All of the options listed in the question are safety hazards. Water on the floor can cause slips and falls, improper lifting techniques can lead to back injuries, not wearing a hat can expose the head to potential hazards, and not wearing slip-resistant footwear can increase the risk of slipping and falling. Therefore, all of these options pose a safety hazard.

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  • 7. 

    Culture of Safety Excellence, Question #3: What is the maximum hieght for stacked product?

    • A.

      Hip Level

    • B.

      Shoulder Level

    • C.

      Forehead Level

    Correct Answer
    B. Shoulder Level
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Shoulder Level." This means that the maximum height for stacked products should not exceed the level of the shoulders. This is important for maintaining a safe working environment and preventing accidents or injuries caused by unstable or top-heavy stacks. By keeping the height of stacked products at shoulder level, it ensures that workers can easily see and access the items without straining or risking injury.

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  • 8. 

    Proper Safety Procedures, Question #1: When should you wear eye protection/ protective eyewear?

    • A.

      When working around chemicals

    • B.

      When there may be potentially flying objects

    • C.

      While filling an ice bucket

    • D.

      When changing fryer grease

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. When working around chemicals
    B. When there may be potentially flying objects
    D. When changing fryer grease
    Explanation
    Eye protection or protective eyewear should be worn in situations where there is a risk of eye injury. This includes when working around chemicals, as they can cause damage to the eyes if they come into contact with them. It is also important to wear eye protection when there may be potentially flying objects, as they can cause serious harm if they hit the eyes. Additionally, when changing fryer grease, there is a risk of splashing hot grease that can cause burns to the eyes, so wearing eye protection is necessary in this situation as well.

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  • 9. 

    Proper Safety Procedures, Question #2: True or False, you should always open hot, covered pots/pans far side first

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When opening hot, covered pots/pans, it is recommended to open them on the far side first to avoid any potential steam or hot liquid that may be released. This helps to prevent burns or injuries that could occur if the pot/pan is opened towards the body or face.

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  • 10. 

    Proper Safety Procedures, Question #3: When working with a knife, which of the following is an incorrect technique?

    • A.

      To open a box

    • B.

      Leaving a knife on a counter, in a sink, or under other kitchen equipment

    • C.

      Not wearing a cut glove on the hand that is holding the item to be cut

    • D.

      They're all incorrect

    Correct Answer
    D. They're all incorrect
    Explanation
    All of the techniques mentioned in the options are incorrect when working with a knife. Opening a box with a knife can be dangerous as it increases the risk of accidental cuts. Leaving a knife on a counter, in a sink, or under other kitchen equipment is unsafe as it can lead to someone unknowingly grabbing the knife and injuring themselves. Not wearing a cut glove on the hand that is holding the item to be cut is also incorrect as it does not provide protection against potential cuts. Therefore, all of the options are incorrect techniques when working with a knife.

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  • 11. 

    Loading Dock Safety,  Question #1: You must ______________ report all unsafe loading dock conditions to your supervisor.  This includes cracks, concrete breaks, ice or snow, and insects.

    Correct Answer
    Immediately
    Explanation
    It is important to report all unsafe loading dock conditions immediately to your supervisor. This includes any cracks, concrete breaks, presence of ice or snow, and insects. Reporting these conditions promptly ensures that necessary actions can be taken to address the safety concerns and prevent any accidents or injuries.

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  • 12. 

    Loading Dock Safety,  Question #2: When traveling back and forth across the loading dock, you should stay how far from the dock's leading edge?

    • A.

      2 feet

    • B.

      4 feet

    • C.

      6 feet

    • D.

      8 feet

    Correct Answer
    C. 6 feet
    Explanation
    When traveling back and forth across the loading dock, it is recommended to stay 6 feet away from the dock's leading edge. This distance ensures a safe margin and reduces the risk of accidents or falls from the dock. Staying 6 feet away allows for better visibility and maneuverability, minimizing the chances of collisions or injuries.

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  • 13. 

    Loading Dock Safety,  Question #3: It's important to maintain the loading dock in a _________ and clutter-free manner to prevent slips, trips, and fall hazards.

    Correct Answer
    clean, clean
    Explanation
    Maintaining the loading dock in a clean and clutter-free manner is crucial to prevent slips, trips, and fall hazards. A clean environment reduces the risk of accidents caused by slippery surfaces or obstacles. By regularly cleaning the loading dock and removing any clutter or debris, employees can move safely and efficiently, minimizing the chances of accidents or injuries.

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  • 14. 

    Hazard Communications, Question #1: True or False, you should never mix chemicals together.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    It is true that you should never mix chemicals together because it can lead to dangerous reactions or create harmful substances. Mixing chemicals without proper knowledge and precautions can result in explosions, fires, toxic fumes, or other hazardous situations. It is important to follow proper safety protocols and guidelines when handling chemicals to prevent accidents and protect yourself and others.

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  • 15. 

    Hazard Communications, Question #2 If you spill chemicals on yourself, you should...

    • A.

      Rinse area for 15 minutes; remove contaminated clothing

    • B.

      Wash with soap and wipe dry

    • C.

      Pat dry with a cloth

    Correct Answer
    A. Rinse area for 15 minutes; remove contaminated clothing
    Explanation
    If you spill chemicals on yourself, it is important to rinse the affected area for 15 minutes to ensure that the chemicals are thoroughly washed away. This helps to minimize the potential harm caused by the chemicals. Additionally, it is necessary to remove any contaminated clothing to prevent further exposure to the chemicals.

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  • 16. 

    Cut Prevention, Question #1 If an object is falling, never try to catch it.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Trying to catch a falling object can be dangerous as it may result in injury. When an object is falling, it is difficult to accurately predict its trajectory and speed, making it risky to attempt catching it. It is safer to step aside and let the object fall to the ground without intervening.

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  • 17. 

    Cut Prevention, Question #2 Do not place knives in soapy water and make sure they're always ______________.

    Correct Answer
    visible, visible
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "visible, visible" because placing knives in soapy water can be dangerous as they may not be easily seen and can cause accidents. By keeping knives visible at all times, it helps prevent accidental cuts and ensures safety in the kitchen.

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  • 18. 

    Cut Prevention, Question #3 Choose from the following options (choose all that apply).   Employees may never wear __________, anything that can become caught in a moving machine.

    • A.

      Loose or frayed clothing

    • B.

      Jewelry

    • C.

      Gloves

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Loose or frayed clothing
    B. Jewelry
    C. Gloves
    Explanation
    Employees may never wear loose or frayed clothing, jewelry, or gloves because these items can become caught in a moving machine. Wearing loose or frayed clothing can increase the risk of getting entangled in the machinery, which can lead to serious injuries or accidents. Similarly, wearing jewelry can also get caught in the machinery, causing harm to the employee. Gloves, although they may seem like a protective measure, can also pose a risk if they are not properly designed for use around machinery. Therefore, it is important for employees to avoid wearing these items to prevent accidents and injuries in the workplace.

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  • 19. 

    Slips, Trips, Falls: Question #1 To avoid slips, trips, or falls you should always... (choose all that apply)

    • A.

      Clean up spill immediately; use wet floor signs when necessary

    • B.

      Walk around drains and other wet areas

    • C.

      Never block your vision with the load you're carrying

    • D.

      Keep at least 3 feet of aisle space

    • E.

      Step over or around obstacles, not on top

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Clean up spill immediately; use wet floor signs when necessary
    B. Walk around drains and other wet areas
    C. Never block your vision with the load you're carrying
    D. Keep at least 3 feet of aisle space
    E. Step over or around obstacles, not on top
    Explanation
    To avoid slips, trips, or falls, it is important to clean up spills immediately and use wet floor signs when necessary to alert others of the potential hazard. Walking around drains and other wet areas helps to prevent slipping. Never blocking your vision with the load you're carrying is important to maintain awareness of your surroundings. Keeping at least 3 feet of aisle space allows for safe movement and reduces the risk of collisions. Finally, stepping over or around obstacles instead of on top helps to maintain balance and prevent tripping.

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  • 20. 

    Proper Lifting, Question #1 Which of the following is not a proper lifting technique?

    • A.

      Lift objects away from your body

    • B.

      Feet should be shoulder width apart

    • C.

      Knees should be bent and back straight

    • D.

      Use your legs to lift

    Correct Answer
    A. Lift objects away from your body
    Explanation
    Lifting objects away from your body is not a proper lifting technique. When lifting, it is important to keep the objects close to your body to maintain stability and minimize strain on your back. This allows for better control and balance during the lifting process.

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  • 21. 

    Fire Prevention, Question #1 Which of the following is a fire hazard (choose all that apply)

    • A.

      Pot handles turned into an aisle or another burner

    • B.

      A hot pot left unattended

    • C.

      Hot water near a deep fryer

    • D.

      Oil or Grease on a cook top

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Pot handles turned into an aisle or another burner
    B. A hot pot left unattended
    C. Hot water near a deep fryer
    D. Oil or Grease on a cook top
    Explanation
    Pot handles turned into an aisle or another burner can be a fire hazard because it increases the risk of accidental contact or knocking over of the pot, leading to a potential fire. A hot pot left unattended can also be a fire hazard as it can overheat and potentially ignite flammable materials nearby. Hot water near a deep fryer can cause splashing or spillage, which can lead to a fire. Oil or grease on a cooktop can easily catch fire if it reaches its ignition point.

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  • 22. 

    Fire Prevention, Question #2 True or False, you should never use water on a grease fire, instead cover with a metal pan lid

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When dealing with a grease fire, it is important to never use water as it can cause the fire to spread and intensify. Water can cause the hot grease to splatter and spread the fire to other areas. Instead, it is recommended to cover the grease fire with a metal pan lid to smother the flames and cut off the oxygen supply. This helps to contain the fire and prevent it from spreading further.

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