# Safety At Workplace 1

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• 1.

### As per the Tata Power Standard, what is the minimum height at which the working person should wear full body harness with double lanyards ?

• A.

2 m

• B.

1.6 m

• C.

1.8 m

• D.

2.2 m

C. 1.8 m
Explanation
According to the Tata Power Standard, the minimum height at which a working person should wear a full body harness with double lanyards is 1.8 m. This means that whenever a person is working at a height of 1.8 meters or above, they are required to wear the full body harness with double lanyards for safety purposes.

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• 2.

### What is the minimum height at which the working person should use fall protection system while climbing the scaffold ladder ?

• A.

3 m

• B.

3.6 m

• C.

3.8 m

• D.

4 m

B. 3.6 m
Explanation
The minimum height at which a working person should use a fall protection system while climbing a scaffold ladder is 3.6 m. This means that if the height of the scaffold ladder is less than 3.6 m, fall protection is not required. However, if the height is equal to or greater than 3.6 m, the working person should use a fall protection system to ensure their safety while climbing the ladder.

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• 3.

### Whose job is to provide a Caution Tag on the equipment which is to be worked upon ?

• A.

Maintenance Engineer

• B.

Field Operator/Control Room Engineer

• C.

• D.

Shift in-charge

B. Field Operator/Control Room Engineer
Explanation
The Field Operator/Control Room Engineer is responsible for providing a Caution Tag on the equipment that is to be worked upon. This is because they have the knowledge and expertise to assess the potential hazards and risks associated with the equipment and ensure that appropriate cautionary measures are taken before any maintenance work is carried out. They play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of the personnel involved in the maintenance activities and preventing any accidents or mishaps.

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• 4.

### According to the Responsibility Matrix of LOTO Procedure, which one among the   following is not the responsibility of the Shift-in-Charge ?

• A.

Ensure that equipment / machine / system is shut down and cleared

• B.

Authorizing to breaking of lock on source based on written request

• C.

Electrical isolation Request

• D.

B. Authorizing to breaking of lock on source based on written request
Explanation
The responsibility of authorizing the breaking of a lock on a source based on a written request is not the responsibility of the Shift-in-Charge according to the Responsibility Matrix of LOTO Procedure.

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• 5.

### Which rule has to be followed while using extension ladders ?

• A.

2:1 rule

• B.

3:1 rule

• C.

4:1 rule

• D.

5:1 rule

C. 4:1 rule
Explanation
The correct answer is the 4:1 rule. The 4:1 rule is a safety guideline that states for every 4 feet of ladder height, the base of the ladder should be positioned 1 foot away from the vertical surface it is leaning against. This ensures stability and prevents the ladder from tipping over. Following this rule helps to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries while using extension ladders.

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• 6.

### What is the full form of HIRA ?

• A.

Hazard Investigation & Risk Analysis

• B.

Hazard Investigation & Risk Assessment

• C.

Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment

• D.

Hazard Investigation & Risk Analysis

C. Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment
Explanation
The correct answer is Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment. HIRA is an acronym that stands for Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment. This process involves identifying potential hazards in a given situation or environment and assessing the associated risks. It is an important step in ensuring the safety and well-being of individuals and preventing accidents or incidents.

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• 7.

### While lifting a load using Mobile Crane, if the load weighs less than ……… ton, it is a standard lift.

• A.

35

• B.

25

• C.

15

• D.

5

C. 15
Explanation
If the load weighs less than 15 tons, it is considered a standard lift when using a mobile crane.

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• 8.

### How many safety  std are there in Tatapower?

• A.

6

• B.

7

• C.

8

• D.

9

C. 8
Explanation
There are 8 safety standards in Tatapower.

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• 9.

### How Many safety procedure is there in our system  ?

• A.

4

• B.

5

• C.

6

• D.

8

A. 4
Explanation
The correct answer is 4. This suggests that there are four safety procedures in our system.

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• 10.

### What is the full form of JSA?

Job Safety Analysis
Explanation
JSA stands for Job Safety Analysis. This is a systematic process used to identify potential hazards and risks associated with a specific job or task. It involves breaking down the job into steps, identifying potential hazards, and determining the appropriate control measures to prevent accidents or injuries. JSA is an important tool in ensuring workplace safety and can be used to train employees, improve work processes, and reduce the likelihood of accidents.

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• 11.

### What is the full form SIAT?

Safety Intervention, Audit and Training
• 12.

### TATA Power has established its SMS in line with 5-Star Safety Management System and Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series of:

• A.

18000

• B.

18001

• C.

18002

• D.

18010

B. 18001
Explanation
TATA Power has established its SMS (Safety Management System) in line with the Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series of 18001. This series provides a framework for organizations to manage their occupational health and safety risks and improve their performance. By aligning its SMS with this series, TATA Power demonstrates its commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of its employees and stakeholders.

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• 13.

### Formal written system used to control certain types of work which are identified as (potentially) hazardous:

• A.

SMS

• B.

PTW

• C.

HIRA

• D.

JSA

B. PTW
Explanation
A PTW, or Permit to Work, is a formal written system used to control certain types of work that are identified as potentially hazardous. It is a document that outlines the work to be done, the hazards involved, and the necessary precautions to be taken. The PTW ensures that only authorized personnel perform the work, and that proper safety measures are in place to mitigate any risks. This system helps to prevent accidents and ensure the safety of workers and the surrounding environment.

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• 14.

### Emergency "Siren testing tone" is blowing continuously for:

• A.

5 Seconds

• B.

10 Seconds

• C.

15 Seconds

• D.

20 Seconds

C. 15 Seconds
Explanation
The correct answer is 15 seconds because emergency siren testing tones typically last for a short duration to ensure that the siren is functioning properly and can be heard by people in the area. A longer duration may cause unnecessary panic or confusion among the public.

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• 15.

### How many points of contact with the ladder should a worker maintain at all times?

• A.

At least 2

• B.

At least 3

• C.

One

• D.

Four

B. At least 3
Explanation
A worker should maintain at least 3 points of contact with the ladder at all times for safety reasons. This ensures stability and reduces the risk of falling or losing balance. By having three points of contact, such as two feet and one hand, the worker can distribute their weight properly and have a secure grip on the ladder. This is important to prevent accidents and maintain a safe working environment.

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