Below is a trivia question quiz on human factors and ergonomics. Humans are a major part of every organization, and it is important to ensure that you get the most from them when it comes to the activities assigned to them and their individual abilities. Do take up this quiz and get what you know from the study of humans and their efficiency at the workplace.
Ancient cultural artifacts.
Physical dimensions and abilities of the human body.
How people behave in social settings.
Pilot loss of control
Dirty Dozen Model
2 of the above factors
3 of the above factors
All of the above factors
The AMT was inattentive when climbing the ladder.
The AMT did not inspect the ladder prior to use
The broken ladder should have been previously replaced
Ensure that the pressure being felt is not self-inducted
Discuss work to be done or what has been completed
Stop and look rationally at the problem
Knowing that you are an expert in the topic being discussed
After hearing the verbal communication repeat it back to the person.
By interrupting the person and finishing their sentences.
Always expect to find faults or problems
Documenting your work in greater detail
Sharing the work with another team member
Lack of resources
Lack of knowledge
Lack of communication
Double inspect your work, either by yourself or someone else
Use a detailed checklist
Mark the uncompleted work
A supervisor inspects your paper work
A mechanic receives a part from the parts department
Everyone works together toward a common objective
Performing team tasks without a full team
Assigning duties amoung team members, regardless of experience level
Improved communication and coordination amoung team members
1, 3, 4, 6
2, 4, 5, and 6
2, 3, and 5
A vacation lasting several days
Getting extra sleep on days off
Sleeping at regular intervals
Use the closest type of tool or part available
Modify the most similar tool or part available to get it as close to specifications as possible
Cease work until the actual tool or part can be obtained
Ensure the pressure is not self-induced
Consider temporary solutions to the problem to expedite completion
Use a detailed checklist to keep track of actions completed
Avoiding complex tasks
Never compromising your integrity
Having others check your work
Discussing the situation with someone else to get their input and assistance
Eliminating all sources of stress before starting the job
Being sure the stress is outside of your control and there is nothing you can do about it
1 and 2
2 and 3
All of the above
Check if work conflicts with an existing modification or repair
Get a good night's sleep before coming to work
Ask your spouse to review the work you performed
A failure to recognize all the consequences of an action or lack of foresight
Not understanding the technical procedures required for your task
After repeating the same task multiple times, losing awareness of some of the minor details of a task
Here's an interesting quiz for you.