Here we bring you a safety quiz on the types of hazards. The health and safety at work Act were put in place in the early 1970s to ensure that organizations understand their duties in ensuring the safety of their employees. These safety rules are designed to keep us safe from different types of hazards. Get to test how well you know these hazards by taking up the test below. All the best!
Questions and Answers
A hazard is an activity, arrangement, circumstance, event, occurrence...that is an actual or possible source of harm. Hazards can be:
Actual and/or Behavioural
All of the above
A hazard is anything that can cause or has the potential to cause harm
Which of the following is a potential hazard?
Working when very tired/Working while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
Working on a wet floor
Breathing in toxic fumes
Manual tasks that strain the body
All of the above
What is the leading cause of death on construction sites?
Struck by object
Caught-in or -between
Which of the following is not a chemical-related health hazard?
If you wanted to convey the most severe type of hazard, which word would you use?
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