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Walking-Working Surfaces Safety Training

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1. Hazardous conditions on walking-working surfaces are responsible for many walking and working surface accidents.

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2. To save time, it's a good idea to take shortcuts through areas not normally meant for foot traffic instead of using marked walkways.

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3. Ladders should be inspected before each use.

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4. For safety, you need to use the railing only going down stairs.

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5. What should you do if you can't eliminate a walking-working surface hazard by yourself?

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6. If you didn't cause clutter or spills on the floor, you have no responsibility for correcting the hazard.

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7. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specific regulations that address walking-working surfaces.

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8. Common walking-working surface hazards include:

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9. Accidents caused by walking-working surface hazards are rare in most workplaces.

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10. When a ladder is placed into position, ladder rungs, steps, and cleats must each meet all of the following criteria, EXCEPT ______.

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11. Good prevention practices against slips, trips & falls are:

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12. Three housekeeping practices that will help prevent slips, trips, & falls are:

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13. A standard railing consists of a top rail approximately ______ inches high, and intermediate rail, and posts.

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14. What should be the first step in reducing trips and falls in any workplace?

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15. With a few exceptions, every open-sided floor or platform ______ feet or more above the adjacent level must be guarded by a standard railing.

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16. Did you watch the YouTube video titled " Walking & Working Surfaces”" prior to taking this quiz?

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17. For safety, you need to use the railing only going down stairs.

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18. If you didn't cause clutter or spills on the floor, you have no responsibility for correcting the hazard.

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19. Which of the following is true of scaffolds?

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20. Why are toe boards required in addition to guardrails in many industrial situations?

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21. Slips happen on surfaces that are slippery and is increased by these factors:

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22. The most common causes for slips, trips & falls are:

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23. Which type of ladder is a conductor electricity?

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24. Scraps of paper, cardboard or discarded packing material can all cause you to slip and fall.

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25. Regardless of the type of scaffold you're working on, you must use..........

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26. It is okay to carry something while climbing a ladder?

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