Fall Protection Training

Fall Protection Training Quiz

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1. Did you watch the YouTube videos titled " 3M Fall Protection - Fall Protection ABCDs”" AND "How to Put on a Fall Protection Harness | Safety, Hazards, Training, Oregon OSHA" prior to taking this quiz?

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2. You can fall from any height and be seriously injured or killed.

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3. While utilizing a ladder to gain rooftop access, how much should the ladder reach above the rooftop?

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4. The angle of the ladder should be so that the ladder's base is one foot out from the ledge for each four feet of a ladder's height.

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5. Ladders with visible defects such as broken rungs, cracked side rails, or broken steps must be:

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6. After a worker has taken a fall on their personal fall arrest system, it

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7. When inspecting fall protection equipment, look for:

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8. A fall arrest anchorage point must support a static load of 5,000 lbs. per person attached.

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9. Clearance distance needs to be calculated prior to using a personal fall arrest system. Factors to consider include the height of the worker, free fall distance, location of the anchorage point, deceleration distance, and a safety factor.

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10. Fall protection equipment should be inspected prior to each use. Equipment that does not pass inspection should be removed from service.

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11. The basic components of a fall arrest system include the anchorage, full-body harness, and connector.