Quiz On Lockout/tagout Training! Trivia Knowledge Test

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Quiz On Lockout/tagout Training! Trivia Knowledge Test

Below is a trivia knowledge test on Lockout/Tagout Training! If you are charged with maintaining a machine, you may find that there is a chance that it might start up as you maintain it or even produce some harmful chemicals, how about you give it a shot and see how safe you are as you carry out your duties? All the best!


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  • 1. 
    When should you lock out a machine?
    • A. 

      Anytime an employee could be injured if the machine was turned on.

    • B. 

      When you have to use the restroom.

    • C. 

      Only when it won't hurt production.

    • D. 

      Only if the supervisor tells you to.

  • 2. 
    What should you do if you put your lock on a machine, but a member of your maintenance staff is the one fixing it?
    • A. 

      Keep the key so that you don't lose your lock, but pay close attention to what is going on.

    • B. 

      Remove your lock, but make sure the person fixing your machine puts their lock on it.

    • C. 

      Don't worry too much about it. It's not your hand.

    • D. 

      Give the person who is in danger the key so that the machine isn't unlocked before the repairs are completed.

  • 3. 
    Why is it better to learn to read the LO/TO Work Instruction posted at you work station than to go by memory?
    • A. 

      You might forget a step and put yourself, or someone else, at serious risk.

    • B. 

      If you run a couple of machines pretty regularly, you might get confused and lock out the wrong piece of equipment.

    • C. 

      If you know how to read the Work Instructions, you'll be able to lock out any machine necessary in an emergency.

    • D. 

      All of these are correct.

  • 4. 
    On this LO/TO Work Instruction, what is the energy source used to power the motor?                                      American Stave Company – Blue River Wood Products Work Instruction                                                                 Document Control Number: WIBR 6-1-112 Document Title: Lockout/Tag Out (Chainsaw)               Revision: C            Effective Date: 8/18/09       NAME OF MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT: Chainsaw   PURPOSE OF THE LOCKOUT: A lockout is to be used when repairing, maintaining, cleaning, or any other task in which unexpected energy release is possible.   AUTHORIZATION:  Only employees identified as authorized and trained in lockout/tag out procedures for above named equipment will work on the equipment.   ENERGY SOURCES:  Hazard analysis performed on this piece of equipment revealed the following energy source(s):   Electrical, Hydraulics, & Pneumatic     ENERGY ISOLATION PROCEDURE:   At Chainsaw controls, push red e-stop “pause” button on north wall at top of chainsaw stairs, turn disconnect to OFF position and push air pressure release valve in.   Place a lockout device on disconnect and on air dump.   Test Chainsaw to ensure that it cannot be turned on and all pressure is exhausted.  Return the E-STOP to the STOP position.   Notify all affected employees in area of lockout.     ENERGY RESTORATION PROCEDURE:   After work is complete:   Reinstall all guards and make any necessary adjustments.   After ensuring area is clear of employees, tools, etc.; remove lockout devices, turn disconnect to “on” position and pull air dump handle out.   Test cycle machine to ensure it operates as expected.   If further adjustments are necessary, reinstall lockouts.   Remove lockout and notify appropriate personnel the equipment is ready for service.
    • A. 

      Hydraulics

    • B. 

      Electrical

    • C. 

      Pneumatic

    • D. 

      All of these are correct.

  • 5. 
    Which of these is a step to restarting this machine after repairs have been made?                                                 American Stave Company – Blue River Wood Products Work Instruction                                                                     Document Control Number: WIBR 6-1-123 Document Title: Lockout/TagOut (Rework Trash Belt)     Revision: C            Effective Date: 8/18/09             NAME OF MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT: REWORK TRASH BELT   PURPOSE OF THE LOCKOUT: A lockout is to be used when repairing, maintaining, cleaning, or any other task in which unexpected energy release is possible.   AUTHORIZATION:  Only employees identified as authorized and trained in lockout/tag out procedures for above named equipment will work on the equipment.   ENERGY SOURCES:  Hazard analysis performed on this piece of equipment revealed the following energy source(s):   Electrical   ENERGY ISOLATION PROCEDURE:     1.      At Belt controls, press appropriate E-Stop to STOP position.   2.      Locate disconnect between the rework catwalk and stacking line. Turn to “OFF” position   3.      Place your lockout device on disconnect box.   4.      Test machine to ensure that equipment cannot be turned on.   5.      Notify all affected employees in area of lockout.     ENERGY RESTORATION PROCEDURE:   After work is complete:  
    1. Reinstall all guards and make any necessary adjustments.
    2. After ensuring area is clear of employees, tools, etc.; remove lockout devices.
    3. Test cycle machine to ensure it operates as expected.
    4. If further adjustments are necessary, reinstall lockouts.
    5. Remove lockouts and notify appropriate personnel equipment is ready for service.
    • A. 

      Locate disconnect between the rework catwalk and stacking line. Turn to “OFF” position.

    • B. 

      After ensuring area is clear of employees, tools, etc.; remove lockout devices.

    • C. 

      Press the E-STOP to the STOP position.

    • D. 

      Just turn it back on.

  • 6. 
    What is this type of energy isolation device called?
    • A. 

      Breaker

    • B. 

      Disconnect switch

    • C. 

      Fuse

    • D. 

      Power handle

  • 7. 
    What is this type of energy isolation device called?
    • A. 

      Breaker

    • B. 

      Disconnect switch

    • C. 

      Fuse

    • D. 

      Knob switch

  • 8. 
    Which of these would you find in this picture?
    • A. 

      Panel A #10

    • B. 

      Panel B #11

    • C. 

      Panel C #12

    • D. 

      Disconnect switch # 13

  • 9. 
    On this LO/TO Work Instruction, where would I put my lock if I wanted to work on the 1/4 saw top guide?                                        American Stave Company – Blue River Wood Products Work Instruction                                                                 Document Control Number: WIBR 6-1-110 Document Title: Lockout/Tag Out (Fastline)  Rev B     Effective Date: 8/19/09      NAME OF MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT: Fastline   PURPOSE OF THE LOCKOUT: A lockout is to be used when repairing, maintaining, cleaning, or any other task in which unexpected energy release is possible.   AUTHORIZATION:  Only employees identified as authorized and trained in lockout/tag out procedures for above named equipment will work on the equipment.   ENERGY SOURCES:  Hazard analysis performed on this piece of equipment revealed the following energy source(s):   Electrical & Hydraulics   ENERGY ISOLATION PROCEDURE:  
    1. At Fastline ¼ Block Saw, press E-STOP to STOP Position.
     
    1. East of Fastline ¼ Block Saw, locate Electrical Panel A.  Flip breakers on electrical panel to OFF position for necessary equipment.
      Equipment                                 Breaker Fastline – ¼ Block Saw             Panel A #8 Fastline – Hydraulic Pump         Panel A #4 ½ Block Hydraulic Flipper          Panel A #4 ½ Block Conveyer                     Panel A #3 ½ Block Reserve Conveyer       Panel A #11 (Disconnect) ¼ Saw top guide                        Panel A #10 Feed Conveyer & rollers            Panel A #10  
    1. Place your lockout device on Breaker handle or disconnect.
     
    1. Test to ensure that it cannot be turned on.  Press E-STOP to STOP position.
     
    1. Notify all affected employees in area of lockout.
        ENERGY RESTORATION PROCEDURE: After work is complete:  
    1. Reinstall all guards and make any necessary adjustments.
    2. After ensuring area is clear of employees, tools, etc.; remove lockout devices.
    3. Test cycle machine to ensure it operates as expected.
    4. If further adjustments are necessary, reinstall lockouts.
    5. Remove lockout and notify appropriate personnel the equipment is ready for service.
     
    • A. 

      Fastline

    • B. 

      Panel A #8

    • C. 

      Panel A #3

    • D. 

      Panel A #10

  • 10. 
    Which of these would you have to do to properly lock out a breaker?
    • A. 

      Push the black button on the side to force the metal ring out.

    • B. 

      Turn the red knob until the holes line up.

    • C. 

      Remove the fuse from inside the breaker panel.

    • D. 

      Remove the yellow wire from the switch control.

  • 11. 
    Which of these would you have to do to properly lock out a disconnect switch?
    • A. 

      Push the black button on the side to force the metal ring out.

    • B. 

      Turn the red knob until the holes line up.

    • C. 

      Push the red knob in until the holes line up.

    • D. 

      Remove the yellow wire from the switch control.

  • 12. 
    You are running the machine you run most days.  It has stopped in the middle of a cut and you're not sure why.  You try to restart it, but it doesn't turn on.  Which is the best action to take next?
    • A. 

      Call for maintenance. Clean up around your area until they get there.

    • B. 

      Call for maintenance. Go use the bathroom while you're waiting for your machine to get fixed.

    • C. 

      Put your lock on the machine. Then, go get maintenance.

    • D. 

      Follow the instructions listed on the LO/TO Work Instruction posted at your work station. Then, go get maintenance. Give them the key to your lock so that the machine doesn't get unlocked before the repairs are completed.