Get ready for this health and safety multiple choice quiz. You should always be prepared to take suitable action if there occurs a case of any health-related issue. It is a must for you to keep proper knowledge of safe handling various things you do and use in regular life, so you may prevent any situation of emergency. This quiz is composed of some questions of various health and safety-related stuff. Best of luck to you!
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
Careful of Substances Harmful to Health
Control of Spillages Hazardous to Health
Control of Substances Hurtful to Health
Describes how businesses should deal with an accident
Details risk assessments and safety rules.
Records the details of an accident in the workplace
Lists the first aid requirements of the workplace
Selecting the right tool for the job
Wearing safety goggles or glasses
Using a tool with loose handles
Keeping cutting tools sharp
Risk of Injury, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Reporting
Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations
Reporting of Information on Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Risk
Risk of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations
Protective Preventative Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Preventative Equipment
People's Protective Equipment
Because it looks right
Because it protects the tools
Because it protects you
Because it is what an employer tells you to do
Putting the wet floor sign up after mopping the floor
An unanswered health and safety question
An activity that cannot be insured
Something that might cause harm
Charging employees for replacing damaged or lost PPE
Providing safe systems of work for all employees
Taking out additional insurances for dangerous work
Ensuring that only one member of staff works on a dangerous job
Check for signs of life.
Wait for the emergency services.
Attend to the most serious injury
Make sure the area is safe to enter.
Remove it immediately
Leave it for others to sort out.
Place a barrier tape around it.
Display a notice or warning sign
They only help make the job quicker.
They only help to stop employees from having accidents.
They only help stop employees and all others from having accidents.
They only help prevent visitors from having accidents.
From the health and safety at work manual
From the manufacturer's handbook or technical data
By discussing it with a senior colleague
By contacting the original supplier of the equipment
Keeping the workplace tidy
Wearing light clothing
Lifting heavy objects with a bent back
Keeping lighting to a minimum
1st aid training
Forklift truck training
Manual handling training
Lifting more than you can handle
Loading lifting equipment with as much material as possible
Wearing safety goggles to perform every task
Checking the work area to make sure it is free from hazards
To prevent a similar accident in the future.
Reduce levels of paperwork
Check whether staff are carrying out their duties or not.
To enable staff to learn from their mistakes.
Reduce staff training needs
Check that employees understand health and safety.
Ensure employees receive the right training
Prevent accidents occurring in the future
By contacting the manufacturer
On the product sheet or side of the container
On the internet
At the local library
In an accident book
Within health and safety executives leaflet
By asking an employee
Health and safety officers only.
All persons over the age of 18
A qualified 1st aider only.
Not do the task and inform the supervisor of the problem immediately.
Get somebody else to complete the task.
Use the equipment and continue the task anyway.
Use the equipment to do the task and tell the supervisor later.
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