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Which of the following are characteristics of a permit-required confined space? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.Could contain a hazardous atmosphere
2.Requires a hot work permit
3.An internal configuration that could cause the entrant to be trapped or asphyxiated
4.Contains a material that could engulf an entrant
5.Has no known serious safety hazards
A confined space has which of the following characteristics? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.Large enough and configured so you can enter and perform work
2.A minimum of 10 cubic yards of space
3.Limited or restricted means for entry or exit
4.Not designed for continuous employee occupancy
What is considered entry into a confined space?
a. When any part of your body breaks the plane of entry
b.When your head breaks the plane of entry
c.When 50 percent of your body is inside the space
d.When your shoulders break the plane of entry
e. None of the above
A confined space is a permit-required confined space if it also contains one or more of the following characteristics. Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1. A hazardous atmosphere
2.Material that has the potential for engulfment
3. Any recognized serious safety or health hazard
4.Inwardly converging walls that could trap an entrant
Which are common examples of possible permit-required confined spaces? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
All permit-required confined spaces must be identified by either a sign, placard or other means to prevent unauthorized entry.
What is the cause of most confined space fatalities?
c.Lack of oxygen or asphyxiation
Which of the following is true about testing the atmosphere in a confined space? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button to check your answers.
1.You should test the space before entry
2.The atmosphere should be tested at different levels
3.Test the surrounding air outside the confined space
4.In some cases, you should monitor the air during entry
What are the functions of an entry permit? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.Controls entry into a permit space
2. Identifies steps for completing the entry task
3.Communicates all potential hazards to the worker
4.Serves as a checklist to ensure safety precautions are followed
When is an entry permit required for entry into a permit-required confined space?
a.Only during major maintenance procedures
b.When job activities in the space create additional hazards
c.At all times except for new construction
d.When any part of your body breaks the plane of entry
e.All of the above
What type of information is included on an entry permit? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.The reason for the entry
2.Specific steps for completing the work
3.The date and location
4.Length of time the permit is valid
5.All of the above
What should be done if work is not finished in a space within the time listed on the permit?
a. Finish the work as fast as possible
b.Continue working while a new permit is obtained
c.Stop work and get a new permit
d. None of the above
At what level should the atmosphere of a permit space be tested?
a.At one foot
b.At two feet
c.At different levels
d.At its deepest level
e.None of the above
What happens if air monitoring results indicate the space is not in acceptable limits? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.Entry is conducted with caution
2.Entry is not allowed
3.Conditions must be made acceptable before entry
4.None of the above
Who is responsible for authorizing entry and the contents of the permit?
b.The entry supervisor
c.Local government officials
d.Emergency rescue personnel
After you have locked and tagged energy sources, it is now safe to put on the appropriate personal protective equipment and enter the confined space.
The type of ventilation used in a confined space depends on which of the following? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.The specific contaminants involved
2.The protective equipment worn
3.The size of the space
4.All of the above
Which of the following is an example of isolating the space? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1. Locking out sources of energy
2.Bleeding chemical lines
3.Disconnecting belt and chain drives
4.Blocking entry to the space
What type of protective equipment protects you from chemical splashes and flying objects?
d. Eye and face protection
What should you do if you have questions concerning personal protective equipment?
a.Don't wear the protective equipment
b. Check with your supervisor
c.Don't ask questions
d.None of the above
When should signs and barricades be used to keep others away from the space?
a.When there is the possibility of a release of harmful gases
b.An exposed area that someone could fall into
c.A potential hazard that could harm others
d.All of the above
When is an attendant allowed to enter a permit-required confined space?
a.To attempt to save a co-worker's life
b.Only when atmospheric levels are acceptable
c. When four or more entrants are in the space
Does the attendant have the authority and responsibility to order workers to exit the confined space?
Which are the responsibilities of an attendant? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.Remain stationed outside the space
2. Keep in constant communication with entrants
3.Enter the space in an emergency
4.Recognize signs of overexposure
5.Know how to summon emergency rescue aid
When can the attendant order all workers out of the permit-required confined space? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
2.When signs of intoxicated behavior exist
3.When conditions or contamination levels are unsafe
It is the attendant's responsibility to inspect all rescue equipment at the site of the permit-required confined space entry to make sure it is in good working order.
When can an attendant leave his or her post outside the permit-required confined space? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
2.To save his or her life
3.When replaced by a qualified person
4.Every hour for 10 minutes
What happens if the attendant must leave his or her post and there is no replacement?
a. The attendant cannot leave
b.The workers must exit the space
c.The attendant can leave for one hour
d. None of the above
What is the cause of at least 60 percent of the deaths related to confined spaces?
a.Unplanned rescue attempts
Your facility must have a written emergency response plan.
What emergency procedures must rescuers be trained in? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.A review of different types of confined spaces
2.How to use air monitoring equipment
3. The hazards of the confined spaces
4.Steps and equipment needed to conduct a rescue
If off-site emergency response personnel are used, they must be? Select all that apply and then click the DONE button.
1.Capable of performing a rescue
2.Familiar with the facility
3. Able to respond in a timely manner
If a rescuer is entering an unknown or IDLH atmosphere, what type of respirator must be worn?
b. Half-mask respirator
c.Self-contained breathing apparatus
d.Air Line respirator
At a minimum, how often should rescue team members practice simulated rescues?
a.Once a month
b. Every six months
c.Once a year
d.Every three years
How many members of the rescue team must hold current certification in first aid and CPR?
a.At least one member
b.At least two members
d.None of the members
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