Safety Quiz For Jspl Employees, 2019

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  • 1. 

    LPG vapour is 

    • A.

      Lighter than air

    • B.

      Heavier than air

    • C.

      Same density as that of air

    • D.

      All the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Heavier than air
    Explanation
    LPG vapor is heavier than air because it has a higher density than air. This means that LPG vapor will tend to sink and collect in low-lying areas, rather than rising and dispersing like lighter gases. This property of being heavier than air is important to consider when using and storing LPG, as any leakage or release can lead to the accumulation of the gas in confined spaces, increasing the risk of fire or explosion.

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  • 2. 

    National Safety Council set up on.

    • A.

      4th March 1968

    • B.

      4th March 1950

    • C.

      4th March 1966

    • D.

      4th March 1965

    Correct Answer
    C. 4th March 1966
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 4th March 1966. This is the date when the National Safety Council was established.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following material comes under “D” class of fire?

    • A.

      Wood, grass

    • B.

      Flammable liquids

    • C.

      Metals

    • D.

      Gases

    Correct Answer
    C. Metals
    Explanation
    Metals come under the "D" class of fire. This class is specifically for fires involving combustible metals such as magnesium, titanium, sodium, and potassium. These metals can ignite and burn at high temperatures, requiring special extinguishing agents such as dry powder or sand to smother the fire and prevent it from spreading.

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  • 4. 

    Pressure Vessel means

    • A.

      Working pressure more than 1.0 Kg/cm2g

    • B.

      5.0 kg/cm2g or more

    • C.

      Above atmospheric pressure

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Above atmospheric pressure
    Explanation
    Pressure vessel refers to a container or vessel that is designed to hold fluids or gases at a pressure higher than the atmospheric pressure. It is used in various industries for storing and transporting substances under high pressure. This can include tanks, boilers, pipelines, and other equipment that need to withstand pressure levels above that of the surrounding atmosphere. Therefore, the correct answer is "Above atmospheric pressure."

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  • 5. 

    ELCB means ?

    • A.

      Earth leakage circuit Breaker

    • B.

      Earth loose circuit breaker

    • C.

      Earth like circuit breaker

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. Earth leakage circuit Breaker
    Explanation
    ELCB stands for Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker. It is a safety device used to protect against electrical shocks and fires caused by current leakage from faulty electrical equipment or wiring. When it detects a leakage of current to the earth, it automatically trips the circuit, cutting off the power supply and preventing any potential harm. Therefore, the correct answer is Earth leakage circuit Breaker.

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  • 6. 

    As per the international standards Fire is classified into

    • A.

      3 Types

    • B.

      4 Types

    • C.

      5 Types

    • D.

      6 Types

    Correct Answer
    B. 4 Types
    Explanation
    Fire is classified into 4 types according to international standards. These types are based on the fuel source and the appropriate methods to extinguish them. The four types include Class A fires (ordinary combustibles like wood and paper), Class B fires (flammable liquids and gases), Class C fires (electrical fires), and Class D fires (combustible metals). Each type requires specific firefighting techniques and extinguishing agents to effectively control and extinguish the fire.

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  • 7. 

    A,B & C of First aid are

    • A.

      Air,Breath, cycle

    • B.

      Airways, Breathing , Circulation

    • C.

      Airways, Breathing , Cycle

    • D.

      Air, Breathing Circulation

    Correct Answer
    B. Airways, Breathing , Circulation
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Airways, Breathing, Circulation. In first aid, the primary focus is on ensuring that the patient's airways are clear and open, allowing them to breathe properly. Breathing is essential for oxygenation and circulation of blood throughout the body. Circulation refers to the movement of blood, which is crucial for delivering oxygen and nutrients to the tissues. Therefore, the correct answer includes the three key components of first aid: ensuring open airways, proper breathing, and adequate circulation.

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  • 8. 

    Industrial Safety is governed by the 

    • A.

      Factories Act 1948

    • B.

      Factories Rule 1948

    • C.

      Petroleum Act 1963

    • D.

      Electrical Rule 1984

    Correct Answer
    A. Factories Act 1948
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Factories Act 1948. This act is a legislation in India that governs the safety, health, and welfare of workers working in factories. It provides guidelines and regulations for the establishment and maintenance of factories, including provisions for safety measures, working conditions, and welfare facilities. The act aims to ensure the prevention of accidents and occupational hazards in industrial settings, making it the most relevant and appropriate choice for governing industrial safety.

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  • 9. 

    When lifting a heavy load, you should keep

    • A.

      Yours knees straight and use your back muscles

    • B.

      Your back straight and your knees bent as you lift

    • C.

      Your back bent while lifting at the center of the load

    • D.

      Your back bent and twisted into position as you lift

    Correct Answer
    B. Your back straight and your knees bent as you lift
    Explanation
    When lifting a heavy load, it is important to keep your back straight and your knees bent. This position helps to distribute the weight evenly throughout your body and reduces the strain on your back muscles. By keeping your back straight, you maintain proper alignment and minimize the risk of injury. Bending your knees allows you to use the strength of your leg muscles to lift the load, rather than relying solely on your back muscles. This technique promotes proper body mechanics and helps to prevent back injuries.

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  • 10. 

    What is “SWL” stands for in lifting gadgets

    • A.

      Safe Work Limit

    • B.

      Standard Work Lift

    • C.

      Safe Work Load

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Safe Work Load
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Safe Work Load." SWL stands for Safe Work Load in lifting gadgets. This term refers to the maximum weight or load that a lifting device or equipment can safely handle without causing any damage or compromising safety. It is an important factor to consider when using lifting gadgets to ensure that they are used within their safe working limits and prevent accidents or equipment failure.

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  • 11. 

    Identify the Fire Control Room No.

    • A.

      9262391602

    • B.

      9262391603

    • C.

      9262391604

    • D.

      9262391605

    Correct Answer
    B. 9262391603
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 9262391603 because it is the only option that matches the given question prompt "Identify the Fire Control Room No." The other options do not have any relevance to the question and are likely unrelated phone numbers.

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  • 12. 

    What is the speed limit for the vehicles within Plant Premises as per Jharkhand Factory Rules?

    • A.

      15 Km/Hr

    • B.

      16 Km/Hr   

    • C.

      20 Km/Hr

    • D.

      25 Km/Hr

    Correct Answer
    B. 16 Km/Hr   
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 16 Km/Hr. According to the Jharkhand Factory Rules, the speed limit for vehicles within Plant Premises is 16 Km/Hr.

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  • 13. 

    Choose the “FALSE” statement:

    • A.

      Fire is a chemical chain reaction

    • B.

      A fire needs fuel and oxygen but can burn without heat.

    • C.

      Fires can burn faster, slower, hotter or cooler depending on the fuel and oxygen availability.

    • D.

      Fire needs a heat source like a spark or open flame to start.

    Correct Answer
    B. A fire needs fuel and oxygen but can burn without heat.
  • 14. 

    An MSDS contains which of the following “FALSE” statement

    • A.

      Quantity of the chemical material

    • B.

      Health hazard of the chemical

    • C.

      Precautions for safe handling

    • D.

      Flash point of the chemical material

    Correct Answer
    A. Quantity of the chemical material
    Explanation
    An MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) is a document that provides information about the properties, hazards, and safe handling procedures of a chemical substance. It includes details such as health hazards, precautions for safe handling, and the flash point of the chemical material. However, the quantity of the chemical material is not typically included in an MSDS. This information is usually provided on the product label or in other documentation.

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  • 15. 

    OHSAS comes in which standard?

    • A.

      ISO 9001

    • B.

      ISO 14001

    • C.

      ISO 18001

    • D.

      ISO 8001

    Correct Answer
    C. ISO 18001
    Explanation
    OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series) comes in ISO 18001 standard. OHSAS 18001 is an internationally recognized standard that provides a framework for organizations to manage and improve their occupational health and safety performance. It helps organizations establish and maintain a safe and healthy working environment, prevent work-related injuries and illnesses, and comply with relevant legal and regulatory requirements. ISO 18001 has been replaced by ISO 45001, which is the new international standard for occupational health and safety management systems.

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  • 16. 

    Third party inspections of pressure vessel by competent person are required at least once in every period of

    • A.

      6 month

    • B.

      12 month

    • C.

      15 month

    • D.

      24 month

    Correct Answer
    A. 6 month
    Explanation
    Third party inspections of pressure vessels by a competent person are required at least once every 6 months. This means that a qualified individual, who is not affiliated with the owner or operator of the pressure vessel, must assess its condition and ensure that it meets safety standards and regulations. Regular inspections are necessary to identify any potential issues or defects that could compromise the integrity of the vessel and pose a risk to personnel or the surrounding environment. By conducting inspections every 6 months, potential problems can be detected and addressed promptly, ensuring the safe operation of the pressure vessel.

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  • 17. 

    Accident/Incident takes place due to

    • A.

      Fault of person

    • B.

      Fault of machine

    • C.

      Person & his bad luck

    • D.

      Due to unsafe Act & unsafe condition

    Correct Answer
    D. Due to unsafe Act & unsafe condition
    Explanation
    Accidents and incidents occur due to unsafe acts and unsafe conditions. Unsafe acts refer to actions or behaviors by individuals that deviate from established safety procedures or guidelines. These can include negligence, carelessness, or lack of training. Unsafe conditions, on the other hand, pertain to hazardous or dangerous circumstances in the environment that increase the likelihood of accidents or incidents. This can include faulty equipment, inadequate safety measures, or poorly maintained work areas. Both unsafe acts and unsafe conditions contribute to the occurrence of accidents and incidents.

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  • 18. 

    What does a risk assessment tell you?

    • A.

      How to report accidents

    • B.

      The working hours of the organization

    • C.

      Where the first aid box is and the first aiders

    • D.

      How to do the job safely

    Correct Answer
    D. How to do the job safely
    Explanation
    A risk assessment provides information on how to perform a job safely. It identifies potential hazards and evaluates the level of risk associated with them. By conducting a risk assessment, organizations can determine appropriate control measures to minimize or eliminate these risks. This includes identifying necessary safety procedures, equipment, and training needed to ensure the well-being of employees and prevent accidents or injuries. Therefore, a risk assessment helps in understanding how to do the job safely.

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  • 19. 

    What is the permissible level of CO, for work eight hours at site?

    • A.

      50ppm

    • B.

      60ppm

    • C.

      70ppm

    • D.

      80ppm

    Correct Answer
    A. 50ppm
    Explanation
    The permissible level of CO for working eight hours at a site is 50ppm. This means that the concentration of carbon monoxide in the air should not exceed 50 parts per million. Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas that can be harmful to human health, especially in high concentrations. Therefore, it is important to maintain a safe level of CO in the work environment to ensure the well-being of workers.

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  • 20. 

    Environment Day observed on which date?

    • A.

      4th March

    • B.

      14th April

    • C.

      1st May

    • D.

      5th June

    Correct Answer
    D. 5th June
    Explanation
    Environment Day is observed on 5th June. This day is dedicated to raising awareness and taking action on environmental issues. It serves as a platform to promote sustainable practices and encourage individuals, communities, and governments to protect and preserve the environment. Various activities and campaigns are organized on this day to highlight the importance of environmental conservation and to inspire people to make positive changes in their daily lives to safeguard the planet.

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  • 21. 

    Jharkhand/Bihar Factory Rules was implemented from which year?

    • A.

      1948

    • B.

      1950

    • C.

      1962

    • D.

      1972

    Correct Answer
    B. 1950
    Explanation
    The Jharkhand/Bihar Factory Rules were implemented in the year 1950. This suggests that the rules were put in place to regulate and govern the functioning of factories in the states of Jharkhand and Bihar from that year onwards. It indicates that prior to 1950, there may not have been specific rules and regulations in place for factories in these states, and the implementation of these rules aimed to ensure the safety, health, and welfare of workers in the factory sector.

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  • 22. 

    The voltage of electric light used in confined space should not exceed

    • A.

      12 V

    • B.

      24 V

    • C.

      415 V

    • D.

      440 V

    Correct Answer
    B. 24 V
    Explanation
    The voltage of electric light used in confined spaces should not exceed 24 V because higher voltages can pose a safety risk. Confined spaces can be small and enclosed, increasing the chances of electrical shocks or fires. Lower voltage systems are generally safer in these environments as they reduce the risk of electrical accidents. Therefore, it is recommended to use a voltage of 24 V or lower in confined spaces to ensure the safety of individuals working in those areas.

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  • 23. 

    What is a hazard?

    • A.

      Where an accident is likely to happen.

    • B.

      The likelihood of something going wrong

    • C.

      An accident waiting to happen.

    • D.

      Something with potential to cause harm.

    Correct Answer
    D. Something with potential to cause harm.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Something with potential to cause harm." This is because a hazard refers to any situation, substance, or activity that has the potential to cause harm, injury, or damage to people, property, or the environment. It may not necessarily mean that an accident is likely to happen or that something is waiting to happen, but rather it highlights the potential danger or risk associated with a particular situation or object.

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  • 24. 

    In an emergency an Assembly Point is :

    • A.

      The site manager’s office

    • B.

      The site engineer’s office

    • C.

      The place of the incident or accident

    • D.

      Where people gather after an evacuation.

    Correct Answer
    D. Where people gather after an evacuation.
    Explanation
    An assembly point is where people gather after an evacuation. In the event of an emergency, it is important for individuals to evacuate the premises and gather at a designated assembly point. This allows for accountability and ensures that everyone is safely accounted for. The assembly point is typically a predetermined location that is easily accessible and away from any potential hazards. It serves as a meeting place for individuals to regroup and receive further instructions or assistance if necessary.

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  • 25. 

    What is the colour of Safety Triangle?

    • A.

      Red

    • B.

      Blue

    • C.

      Green

    • D.

      Orange

    Correct Answer
    C. Green
    Explanation
    The correct answer is green because safety triangles, also known as warning triangles or emergency triangles, are typically designed with a fluorescent green color. This color is highly visible and easily noticeable, especially in low light or adverse weather conditions. The purpose of safety triangles is to alert other drivers of a stopped or disabled vehicle on the road, allowing them to take necessary precautions and avoid potential accidents.

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  • 26. 

    What is the safe rating of ELCB/RCCB used in Plant

    • A.

      30mA

    • B.

      63mA

    • C.

      100mA

    • D.

      300mA

    Correct Answer
    A. 30mA
    Explanation
    The safe rating of an ELCB/RCCB used in a plant is 30mA. This means that the ELCB/RCCB will trip and disconnect the power supply when it detects a leakage current of 30mA or higher. This rating is important for safety purposes as it helps prevent electric shock and protects against electrical fires.

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  • 27. 

    Foam type extinguishers are used to put out fires that burn

    • A.

      Flammable liquids

    • B.

      Ordinary combustibles

    • C.

      Electrical equipments

    • D.

      Combustible metals

    Correct Answer
    A. Flammable liquids
    Explanation
    Foam type extinguishers are specifically designed to put out fires that involve flammable liquids. These extinguishers work by forming a foam blanket over the fire, which helps to smother the flames and prevent the fire from spreading. Foam extinguishers are not as effective for fires involving ordinary combustibles, electrical equipment, or combustible metals.

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  • 28. 

    Limit switches in cranes is

    • A.

      Safety device

    • B.

      Interlocking device

    • C.

      Monitoring device

    • D.

      Indicating device

    Correct Answer
    A. Safety device
    Explanation
    Limit switches in cranes are safety devices that are used to prevent accidents and ensure the safe operation of the crane. These switches are designed to automatically stop the movement of the crane when it reaches a certain position or limit. They act as a safeguard to prevent the crane from over-traveling, colliding with objects, or causing damage to the equipment or personnel. By cutting off power or activating an emergency stop, limit switches help to minimize the risk of accidents and ensure the overall safety of the crane operations.

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  • 29. 

    Lost Time Accident ( LTA ) is an accident when the inquired person does not return to work within -

    • A.

      24 Hours

    • B.

      36 Hours

    • C.

      48 Hours

    • D.

      72 Hours

    Correct Answer
    C. 48 Hours
    Explanation
    An LTA, or Lost Time Accident, refers to an accident where the injured person is unable to return to work within a certain period of time. In this case, the correct answer is 48 hours, meaning that if the person does not return to work within 48 hours after the accident, it is considered a Lost Time Accident. This indicates that the injury is severe enough to require an extended period of recovery and absence from work.

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  • 30. 

    Full form of LOTOTO

    • A.

      Lockout Tagout Tryout

    • B.

      Lockout Tryout Tagout

    • C.

      Lockout Tagout

    • D.

      Tagout Lockout

    Correct Answer
    A. Lockout Tagout Tryout
    Explanation
    LOTOTO stands for Lockout Tagout Tryout. This term is used in industrial settings to ensure the safety of workers during maintenance or repair of machinery. Lockout refers to the process of isolating the energy source of the equipment, Tagout involves placing a warning tag on the isolated equipment, and Tryout refers to testing the equipment to ensure it is properly locked and tagged before work can begin. This comprehensive approach helps prevent accidental startup of machinery and protects workers from potential hazards.

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