Oh&S-Assignment 1 Essay

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Assignment 1 Quiz - OH&S act & Ch.6
Question 1
Marks: 1
A Joint Health and Safety committee is mandated in any organization with more than how many employees?
Choose one answer. a. 2 workers

b. 5 workers

c. 10 workers

d. 20 workers

e. 50 workers

Correct
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Question 2
Marks: 1
Biohazard exposure is not as common as:
Choose one answer. a. noise exposure

b. physical agents

c. chemical exposure

d. all of the above

e. a and b

Correct
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Question 3
Marks: 1
Chemicals may enter the body by the following four routes:
Choose one answer. a. respiration, inhalation, skin absorption, and
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all of the above

Correct
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Question 7
Marks: 1
How long does management have to respond to written recommendations resulting from an inspection?
Choose one answer. a. One week

b. One month

c. 14 days

d. 21 days

e. none of the above

Correct
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Question 8
Marks: 1
How many members are required to make up the joint Health and Safety committee if the organization employs less than 50 workers?
Choose one answer. a. 2 members

b. 4 members

c. 5 members

d. 10 members

e. none of the above

Correct
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Question 9
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How many members of the joint Health and Safety committee are required to be certified?
Choose one answer. a. 1 member

b. 2 members

c. 3 members

d. 4 members

e. no certification required

Correct
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Question 10
Marks: 1
How often must the joint Health and Safety committee meet?
Choose one answer. a. Once a month

b. Once a year

c. Every 2 months

d. Every 3 months

e. None of the above

Correct
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Question 11
Marks: 1
HRMs can implement the following practice(s) and procedure(s) to reduce the risk of biological infection in the workplace.
Choose one answer. a. use of personal protective equipment

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