Hazard CommunicationCourse Name: Hazard Communication
First Name: Last Name: Trainee SSN (XXX-XX-XXXX) or Employee No: No. of Questions= 23
Pass mark is - 70 %.
1. Only very hazardous materials must be labeled. 1) True 2) False
2. Dose is the only factor that determines how a substance might affect your health. 1) True 2) False
3. The three ways a chemical can enter the body are ingestion, skin absorption, and inhalation. 1) True 2) False
4. Which of the following material classes should NOT use an Explosive symbol? 1) Explosives 2) Flammables 3) Water Reactives 4) Unstable Reactives
5. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) contain the following information: 1) Emergency and First Aid Procedures 2) Carcinogenic Factors 3) Contact Information 4) All of the above
6. What protective measures will insure that safe exposure limits are not exceeded? 1) Product Substitution 2) Safe Work Practices 3) Training and Communication 4) All of the above
7. TWA is the average amount of a chemical a person can be exposed to over an eight hour day. 1) True 2) False
8. Material Safety Data Sheets are NOT available for all of the hazardous materials used in your work area. 1) True 2) False
Does the label on the right contain all of the required information for a commercial label? ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
FLAMMABLE - KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE AND FLAME.
WARNING - FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. IF TAKEN INTERNALLY, SERIOUS GASTRIC DISTURBANCES WILL RESULT. IN CASE OF ACCIDENTAL INGESTION, CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.
1) Yes 2) No
10. The higher the number on a rating scale, the less dangerous a substance. 1) True 2) False
11. As an employee, you have a "Right to Know" about the hazardous materials used in your organization. 1) True 2) False
12. The most common types of physical hazards are fire, inhalation, and chemical reactivity. 1) True 2) False
13. Information concerning the hazardous materials you work with can be found on container labels and Material Safety Data Sheets. 1) True 2) False
14. The gas in a gas cylinder is stored under greater pressure. 1) True 2) False
15. Hazard classes on labels are represented by: 1) Numbers 2) Letters 3) Colors
The symbol on the right is used to identify: 1) Corrosives 2) Radioactive Materials 3) Explosives 4) Biological Materials
17. Liquid flammables ignite more easily than do liquid combustibles. 1) True 2) False
18. Which of the following material classes should use a Flaming "O" symbol? 1) Organic Peroxides 2) Flammables 3) Water Reactives 4) Acids
19. The most common route of exposure in industrial applications is: 1) Inhalation 2) Absorption 3) Ingestion
20. You should use an MSDS whenever you need additional information about a hazardous material that is not included on the product label. 1) True 2) False
21. Which of the following is NOT a health hazard? 1) Primary Irritant 2) Combustible 3) Organ Specific Hazard
22. Chronic effects develop after many years and repeated overexposures. 1) True 2) False
23. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) should be referred to whenever detailed information is needed on any hazardous material. 1) True 2) False
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