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Welcome to your Membership Survey

What would it take to increase your participation in answering calls?

1 out of 2

What would it take to increase your participation in answering calls?

2 out of 2

Haz-Com

Haz-Com

June 4, 2020

You must score a 60 or higher to pass.

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1.

Your department’s Hazard Communication Program is not required to have a written plan.

1 out of 7
2.

A skin sensitization is an example of a _________ hazard class.

2 out of 7
3.

One pictogram may be used to represent several hazards within a class.

3 out of 7
4.

Which signal word on a label represents the more severe hazard?

4 out of 7
5.

The 16 sections of the GHS Safety Data Sheets may be listed in any order that the agency issuing the document chooses.

5 out of 7
6.

Your facility maintains a Safety Data Sheet for all hazardous chemicals in the workplace.

6 out of 7
7.

The GHS System hazard numbering system for labels is different than the NFPA and HMIS system.

7 out of 7


BloodBorne

BloodBorne

June 4, 2020

You must score a 60 or higher to pass.

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If you are exposed to potentially infectious materials on the job, you may request a vaccine for which bloodborne disease?

1 out of 10

Which of the following materials could contain bloodborne pathogens?

2 out of 10

If you wear gloves when cleaning up an accident site, it is not necessary to wash your hands afterwards.

3 out of 10

Bloodborne pathogens may enter your system through:

4 out of 10

You should always treat all body fluids as if they are infectious and avoid direct skin contact with them.

5 out of 10

You should never eat, drink, or smoke in a laboratory or other area where there may be potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

6 out of 10

If you have blood or potentially infectious materials splashed into your eye, you should flush your eye with clean, running water for

7 out of 10

Uncontaminated sharps may be disposed in regular trash bags.

8 out of 10

A quarter cup of household bleach to one gallon of water provides a strong enough solution to effectively decontaminate most surfaces, tools, and equipment if left for 10 minutes.

9 out of 10

Needles should never be recapped.

10 out of 10