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Lesson 5: Quiz

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  1. Specific OSHA training requirements for a hazard can be found in
A. one general OSHA standard on training.
B. the specific OSHA standard(s) for that hazard.
C. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
D. OSHA’s General Duty Clause.

  1. OSHA may specify training requirements in any of the following areas except
A. textbooks used.
B. evaluation methods.
C. refresher training.
D. levels of training (e.g., authorized employee training, affected employee training).
E. training methods (e.g., lecture, hands-on experience).

  1. A training matrix is a grid that
A. associates trainer qualifications with training topics.
B. associates workplace hazards with learning objectives.
C. associates learning objectives with instructional methods and media.
D. associates trainees with training topics.
E. associates learning objectives with test questions.

  1. A training matrix can help you
A. track students' performance on tests.
B. track individual employees’ progress toward completing their training requirements.
C. determine if trainers have the right credentials to teach a course.
D. determine if learning objectives actually address skills needed on the job.

  1. In company XYZ, the supervisor in the facilities department has discovered that employees are not following the written lockout/tagout procedures even though lockout training was provided the month before. His appropriate response should be to
A. get additional lockout equipment.
B. arrange for refresher lockout/tagout training that provides clearer instructions and allows
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C. try to determine the underlying cause for employees not complying with the procedures.
D. fire all employees who were not complying with the lockout procedures.

  1. Determining safety training needs might include using any of the following except
A. OSHA standards.
B. Job Hazard Analysis.
C. learning objectives.
D. accident reports.
E. comprehensive surveys.

  1. A training objective should include all of the following except
A. the desired knowledge, skills, or abilities (KS&A) to be learned.
B. the conditions under which the KS&A will be demonstrated.
C. the time frame in which the KS&A will be learned.
D. the criteria for determining that the KS&A have been met.

  1. When designing learning activities, _________ should primarily guide your selection of instructional methods and media.
A. instructor preferences
B. the lowest cost
C. student expectations about entertainment value
D. the learning objectives

  1. If trainees are expected to be able to safely operate a piece of equipment after completing a training course, which of the following should definitely be included in the training session?
A. Trainees receive supervised, hands-on experience using the equipment with feedback
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B. Trainees are lectured to by the instructor on how to properly maintain the equipment
C. Trainees discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different brands of the equipment
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D. Trainees read and present case studies on other companies' safety records using
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  1. Which of the following is an important part of conducting training?
A. Choosing well-qualified instructors who know the material and can adapt it to the needs
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B. Making sure all necessary equipment and replacement supplies are present and
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C. Ensuring that the training environment is conducive for the type of training that is
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D. A, B, and C.

  1. Which of the following is a good way to evaluate S & H training effectiveness?
A. Determine if trainees are using their new S & H knowledge and skills in the workplace.
B. Determine if injury and illness rates fall for the trained employees after the training.
C. Have employees participate in the planning of the training.
D. A and B, only.
E. A, B, and C

  1. The primary purpose for evaluating training effectiveness is to
A. find areas of weakness and improve the training program.
B. comply with accreditation agencies.
C. get rid of bad instructors.
D. discipline employees who do not apply what they learn during training sessions to their
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  1. When employees take the knowledge and skills they learn in the classroom and apply them to their daily work, it is called
A. on-the-job training.
B. situational learning.
C. refresher training.
D. employee orientation.
E. training transfer.

  1. All of the following are effective ways to promote training transfer in the area of safety and health except which one?
A. Managers do not spend any time finding out what employees are going to learn in the
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B. Supervisors make sure that the safety equipment used in the training is available and in
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C. Managers reduce job pressures on recently trained employees by giving them time to
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D. Supervisors involve employees, who are most likely to resist adoption of new safety
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  1. Maintaining training records and documentation can help you do all of the following except
A. determine when annual or refresher training is needed.
B. evaluate the credentials of the trainer.
C. provide proof that the company provided a particular training.
D. determine whether or not an employee’s poor safety performance could be caused by
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