Ticks are scientifically classified as Arachnida (a classification that includes spiders). The fossil record suggests ticks have been around at least 90 million years. Most tick bites do not transmit harmful microbes. There are a variety of tick-borne diseases.
This is a safety tool box quiz for Tick Bites
Questions and Answers
Lyme disease is caused by bacteria that are maintained in the bodies of wild animals and transmitted through tick bites.
To remove a tick, you want to burn it off or smother it with nail polish.
Early, Localized Lyme Disease symptoms include all of these except:
Unique enlarging rash that sometimes resembles a bruise or bull's-eye target
Do you want your name entered into this week's random drawing? (Please type in either a "yes" or "no", all other answers will be marked as incorrect)
TerraTherm's Policy requires that all snake, spider, and tick bite
incidences and/or exposures to poisonous plants that may be work-related must be reported only if you get really sick from the exposure.
Identify this snake. Please refer to Linda's email sent out of 3/18/11.
When doing manual work by hand, there’s nothing more important that knowing how to use tools safely and ensure that a job is not done at the expense of one’s health. What can you tell us about proper safety measures?
Questions: 7 | Attempts: 258 | Last updated: Mar 22, 2022
An example of properly matching the tool to the job is: