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A 10-gauge copper wire has an electrical resistivity of .9989 ohms per 1000 ft at 20C. What is the power loss when 20 amps is conducted through 500 ft of 10-gauge copper wire? a. b. c. d.

200 mw 200 W 400 W 200 kW



E=20*.5=10 Volts

P=20*10=200 Watts

A 1 cubic foot compressed gas cylinder contains Grade D breathing air at 2000 psig. If a person breathes about 6 liters of air each minute, how many minutes can a person breathe from this cylinder at normal atmospheric pressure? a. b. c. d.

4.8 minutes 135 minutes 637 minutes 3824 minutes

A car is traveling at 45 mph. It takes 3.0 seconds to stop the car after the brakes are applied. What is the braking distance of the car? a. b. c. d.

165 ft 99 ft 48 ft Not enough information is given to solve this problem.

A computer controlling a critical process system must have continuous power. The main power source is supplied from the local utility via overhead power lines. The plant has a backup diesel generator to supply power when the local utility has an outage. The computer has a backup battery to supply power if both the utility and diesel generator go down. The plant has a 0.005 probability of suffering a local power outage on any given day. The diesel generator has a 0.0001 probability of failing on any given day. The battery backup has a 0.00001 probability of failing on any given day. What is the probability the computer will lose power on any given day in one year? a. b. c. d.

0.0000000000005 0.000000001825 0.0051 0.999999998175

A corporate safety director is retiring from her employer. She is given a lump-sum distribution of her pension of $860,000. She invests the money into a mutual fund expecting to yield a return of 5.4%. How much can the retired safety manager draw from the fund each year if she wants the account to last for 30 years? a. b. c. d.

28,670 58,520 177,530 224,960

A crane is lifting a 2000 lb load. The length of the boom on the crane is 90 feet. The boom is at a 60 degree angle from the horizontal. What is the torque on the crane’s boom? a. b. c. d.

360,000 ft-lbs 208,000 ft-lbs 180,000 ft-lbs 90,000 ft-lbs

Cos 60 = 90 ft / Adjacent 45ft * 2000 lbs = 90,000 ft-lbs

.5 = 90 ft / Adj

Adj = 45 ft

A crane is working near power lines carrying electricity at 500,000 volts. What is the minimum distance the crane should maintain between the crane boom and the power lines? a. b. c. d.

10 feet 20 feet 25 feet 30 feet

A cylinder with a volume of 4 cu ft contains helium gas in a laboratory. The cylinder gauge reads 1500 psi. A technician opens the valve of the cylinder and releases helium directly into the laboratory until the gauge reads 1485 psi. What is the volume of helium in the room? a. b. c. d.

0.04 cu ft 0.41 cu ft 4.1 cu ft 41 cu ft


1500*4 = 14.7*Va Va=408.1632 1485*4 = 14.7*Va Va=404.0816 408.1632 – 404.0816 = 4.08156

A full-face respirator has a protection factor of 50. The asbestos PEL is 0.1 fibers/cc. What is the maximum concentration of the full-face respirator? a. b. c. d.

0.002 fibers/cc 0.02 fibers/cc 0.1 fibers/cc 5.0 fibers/cc

A general rule of thumb in office safety is to not store materials closer than 18 inches to the ceiling. What is the purpose of this rule? a. b. c. d.

This allows sprinklers to reach all combustible materials This prevents materials from falling on people This prevents people from using inadequate platforms (office chairs) to reach objects There is no such rule of thumb

A homeowner was doing some remodeling work on his home. He was cutting some wood with a small electric saw. The saw was about 2 feet from the ear of the homeowner, and the intensity was 93 dB. The homeowner’s child was watching from 10 feet away. What is the estimated sound intensity for the child? a. b. c. d.

79 dB 87 dB 96 dB 106 dB

A landscaping worker is installing treated wood in a garden. Which chemical may be used in the wood and pose a hazard to the landscaping worker? a. b. c. d.

Arsenic Copper Chromium All of the above

A maintenance employee receives a minor laceration while repairing a press. The employee cleans the wound and applies a dressing to the wound. She reports the wound to her supervisor on the day of the injury. It took the employee30 minutes to administer first aid to the wound and report the injury to her supervisor. The injury happened at 3:00 pm and the shift ends at 4:00 pm. The supervisor tells the maintenance employee to take the rest of the day off since it is so close to quitting time. The supervisor reports the incident to the Safety Director the next morning. How should the safety director record this injury on the OSHA 300 form? a. b. c. d.

Lost workday case Restricted workday case Recordable injury, no lost workdays or restricted workdays. The safety director should note the injury on a first aid log, but not the OSHA 300 form.

A microwave antenna is operating at a frequency of 13 GHz. The dish antenna is 3 ft in diameter. What is the distance to the far-field region? a. b. c. d.

2.31 m 14.2 m 62.1 m 621 m

A plant manager wants to improve the safety at his facility. He decides to implement a safety incentive program for employees. Each employee will receive a bonus each year they do not have an injury. Which management theory describes this method of managing safety? a. b. c. d.

Theory x Employees are lazy and need incentives Theory y Employees want to do well and enjoy work Theory z Theory of self actualization

A product has an expected life of 25 years. Which of the points in the product life is it likely to have the greatest failure rate? a. b. c. d.

6 months 1 year 5 years 10 years

A radiation source of cobalt-60 has a dose rate of 0.2 mrad/hour at a distance of 10 feet. What is the dose received by an employee working at a distance of 50 feet from the source for 4 hours? a. b. c. d.

0.008 mrad 0.032 mrad 5.000 mrad 20.00 mrad

A research laboratory maintains a diesel generator to provide electrical power during unexpected outages from the local utility. The power from the utility has been out a total of 5 days during 2005, 2006, and 2007. The generator is expected to fail to start on 3 out of every 12,000 attempts. What is the probability that the research laboratory will totally lose power on any given day? a. b. c. d.

1.1 x 10^-6 2.5 x 10^-4 4.6 x 10^-3 4.8 x 10^-3

A safety manager observed an employee on the floor without hearing protection in an area that is clearly posted that hearing protection is required. What is the best response of the safety manager? a. b. c. d.

Take no action Speak directly with the employee Speak directly with the employee supervisor about the issue Wait until the safety meeting next week and speak about it privately with the employee supervisor.

A safety professional and his family went to an old emerald mine this weekend. They were going through the old dump piles looking for small bits of emerald. The mine was located at an elevation of 3500 feet, and the atmospheric pressure was 30.1 inches Hg over the weekend. The family used a 2 inch trash pump to pump water from a pond at the mine up to the dump piles. The flowing water from the pump made it easier to wash the rocks and find the emeralds. What is the maximum height above the pond that the pump could have been located? a. b. c. d.

17 feet 34 feet 35 feet 40 feet

A safety professional hired an industrial hygienist to evaluate the exposure to hexavalent chromium by welders. The report from the industrial hygienist indicated the welders were exposed to an average of 0.5 mg/m3. Which type of respirator would be appropriate for the welders? a. b. c. d.

Half-face air purifying respirator Full-face air purifying respirator Loose-fitting powered air purifying respirator Tight-fitting powered air purifying respirator

A safety professional is attending a safety conference in a large city. His hotel room is on the 12th floor. One day while riding the elevator up to his room, a fire alarm is activated in the hotel. Whatis the elevator likely to do? a. Stop at the 12th floor and open the door and lock in this position. b. Proceed to the floor with the shortest path to the nearest exit discharge, and open the door and lock in this position. c. Stop immediately and open the doors so passengers can discharge and enter a stairwell to exit the building and lock in this position. d. Stop at the nearest floor and open the doors so passengers can discharge and enter a stairwell, and lock in this position. A safety professional must select a respirator for employees working in an inert atmosphere. Which type of respirator is appropriate? a. b. c. d.

Air purifying respirator Powered air purifying respirator Negative pressure air supplied respirator Positive pressure air supplied respirator

A nonreactive gas atmosphere (nitrogen).

A safety professional was preparing Thanksgiving dinner for a group of friends. An exhaust fan was installed above his stove to provide exhaust for the emmisions from the stove. What type of hood was used to capture and remove these emmissions? a. b. c. d.

Slot hood Canopy hood Plain hood Enclosing hood

A small business maintains a computer server to facilitate email and data storage. The fan on the server generates noise measured at 86 dBA at a nearby worker desk. Which noise control solution should the business owner try first to lower the employee noise exposure? a. b. c. d.

Issue hearing protection devices with an NRR greater than 5 to the worker. Buy a radio for the worker so that the employee can listen to the music over the noise of the server. Build an enclosure around the server to contain the noise. Change the orientation of the server to direct the noise in a different direction.

A small grocery store has total annual sales of $2,500,000 with a 5.4% profit margin. A newly hired stocking clerk slips and strains his back during his second week on the job. An investigation reveals he used improper lifting techniques. He had received no training on lifting prior to the accident. The total cost of the injury including medical costs was $13,000. What is the amount of grocery sales necessary to recover the cost of the injury? a. b. c. d.

702 13,000 70,200 241,000

A substance is stored in a pressurized container at normal temperatures has a vapor pressure of 5168 mm Hg and a vapor density of 2.4. How is this substance likely to behave if the container is damaged and the contents are released? a. b. c. d.

The contents will rise and disperse easily into the atmosphere The contents will sink and stay low to the ground The contents will solidify into a powder on the ground The contents will mix easily with the air neither rising into the atmosphere or sinking and staying low to the ground.

A tower crane has a boom that extends 100 feet from the cab. There is a short boom for a 40 ton counterweight that is 20 feet long. The counterweight can be moved along the short boom. The crane operator needs to place a 10,000 lb object at a spot 40 feet from the cab. Where should the counterweight be placed along the short boom to ensure the load is balanced? a. b. c. d.

1 foot 2 feet 5 feet 10 feet

A tank filled with benzene (sg=0.87) developed a small leak. The 20-foot tall tank has a 100,000 capacity and the leak is 2 feet above the ground. What is the pressure of the liquid as it leaves the tank? a. b. c. d.

0.8 psi 6.8 psi 7.8 psi 977 psi

A U.S. consumer is taken ill from eating a raw cookie dough product contaminated with e-coli. The package states that the cookie dough must be baked before being consumed. The manufacturer has no quality control procedures in place to ensure that e-coli is not present. The consumer sues the manufacturer to cover lost wages and medical expenses while being ill. What type of liability is the plaintiff likely to claim? a. There is no basis for the lawsuit. The manufacturer is clearly not liable based on the package information. b. The plaintiff is likely to claim that the manufacturer violated an express warranty because the product made no mention of the possibility that e-coli could be present. c. The plaintiff is likely to claim that the manufacturer was strictly liable because the e-coli was present and made him sick. d. The plaintiff is likely to claim that the manufacturer was negligent because the manufacturer should have anticipated the possibility that the product would be contaminated with e-coli. A worker can no longer move his index finger smoothly. It moves in snaps of jerks. From which musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) is this worker likely suffering? a. b. c. d.

Carpal tunnel syndrome Ganglion Trigger finger DeQuervains disease

A worker must push a wooden pallet across a rough finish concrete floor. The wooden pallet with materials weighs 40 lbs and it has a footprint of 4 square feet. The coefficient of static friction between the wood and the rough finish concrete floor is 0.62. How much force must the worker use to keep the pallet moving? a. b. c. d.

24.8 lbs 40.0 lbs 49.6 lbs 64.5 lbs

A worker wearing wet leather gloves grabbed a bare wire. The wire was carrying an electrical current at 1200 volts. Assuming a body resistance of 1500 ohms, how much current went through the worker’s body? a. b. c. d.

800 mA 894 mA 1.25 A 1.80 A

E=IR I=E/R E = 1200V r = 1500 Ohms 1200/1500 = .8A or 800 mA

An air sample of toluene (MW = 92.13) in Boulder, CO is 15.0 mg/m3. The temperature and atmospheric concentration when the sample was taken were 65 F and 30.85 in Hg. What is the concentration of toluene in ppm? a. b. c. d.

42.0 ppm 4.20 ppm 3.98 ppm 3.77 ppm

An airliner made an emergency landing in a river. The total weight of the jet is 150,000 lbs. What is the volume of the plane submerged in the river? a. b. c. d.

The answer cannot be determined from the information provided 24 cubic feet 240 cubic feet 2,400 cubic feet

An airliner recently made a water landing on the Hudson River. If the airliner including passengers, fuel and cargo has a weight of 150,000 lbs, what is the buoyant force on the plane while it is floating in the river? a. b. c. d.

75,000 lbs 150,000 lbs 300,000 lbs There is not enough information to solve this problem.

An engineering team is evaluating the probability of a catastrophic explosion from a chemical process. They are starting their analysis by looking at the final result (explosion) and working backwards in the process to determine all the possible scenarios that could lead to the explosion. What is this type of analysis? a. b. c. d.

Management oversight and risk tree Simultaneous timed event analysis Failure modes and effect analysis Fault tree analysis

An Irish man and an English man were sitting in a pub discussing matters of the world. Well, one thing led to another, and soon the two men were yelling at each other. Of course, each man thought he was better than the other. The bartender was tired of listening to the men quarrel, and told them that they should have a contest. Since they were both good at loudly proclaiming their righteousness, they decided to have a yelling contest. Each man was to yell at the top of his lungs into a noise level meter held by the bartender. They were to yell from a distance of 20 paces. The Irish man was so confident that he would win the contest, he told the English man to stand 8 pace closer. Here are the noise levels recorded by the bartender. Irish man = 84.0 dBA English man = 92.4 dBA Who was the loudest? a. b. c. d.

Irish man English man Neither, the men created the same amount of noise Does it matter? How can this help me pass the ASP or CSP exam?

An insurance inspector notified Safety Manager Sam that his plant needs to install fall protection at the tanker unloading dock. (Truck drivers must climb their trucks to open hatches and make connections.) Plant Manager Pete (a mechanical engineer by training) decides to design and build the fall protection himself. Sam is hesitant about Pete’s decision but he will okay the project if it is tested first. Pete is designing a body harness and lanyard connected above the tanker unloading dock. Sam says the design must be able to stop a 300 lb man (some truck drivers don’t get much exercise) after dropping 6 ft vertically. Sam also says he wants Pete to build in a safety factor of 3, (to allow for REALLY BIG guys and other potential problems). Pete has the fall protection installed, and they are going to test it by dropping a 900 lb weight a vertical distance of 6 feet. The lanyard before the fall is 4 feet long, and it is 6 ft long after the stop. What is the maximum force on the lanyard when the weight is dropped? a. b. c. d.

530 lbs 900 lbs 1800 lbs 2990 lbs

An unshielded radioactive source has an intensity of 40 mrad/hour at 10 feet. What is the intensity at 2 feet? a. b. c. d.

20 mrad/hour 400 mrad/hour 1000 mrad/hour 2000 mrad/hour

I2 = I1(d1^2/d2^2) I1 = 40 d1 = 10 d2 = 2 I2 = 40(100/4) I2 = 40(25) I2 = 1000

Aunt Sally and Uncle Tom are preparing Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day. The kitchen is very hot. The wet bulb globe temperature in the kitchen is 85 F. The equation for wet bulb globe temperature is : WBGT = 0.7WB + 0.3GT (indoors) and WBGT = 0.7WB + 0.2GT +0.1 DB (outdoors). What is the GT measuring? a. b. c. d.

The GT is a measure of the entropy in the kitchen. The GT is a measure of the convection heat coming from the oven. The GT is a measure of the radiant heat coming from the oven. The GT is a measure of the metabolic heat generated by Aunt Sally and Uncle Tom.

Calculate the monetary value after ten years of a behavior based safety program that costs $40,000 per year at the start. Assume an inflation rate of 4.3%. a. b. c. d.

60900 223000 400000 487000

10 years – 40,000 per year + interest = only one possible answer

Calculate the OSHA Noise dose of an employee exposed to 87 dB for 4 hours and 91 dB for 4 hours. a. b. c. d.

0.75 0.9 1 1.5

T= 8/2^(L-90)/5 T=8/2^(87-90)/5 T=8/2^-.06 T=8/.65975 T=12.1 T=8/2^(91-90)/5 T=8/2^.2 T=8/1.1487 T=7 D=100(C/T) D= 100((8/12.1)+(8/7)/2) D=100(.9) D=90%

Calculate the time weighted average for an employee exposed to acetone at the following concentrations. 25 ppm for 3 hrs., 250 ppm for 1 hr., 44 ppm for 2 hrs.,77 ppm for 1 hr., 32 ppm for 1 hr. a. b. c. d.

65 ppm 86 ppm 99 ppm 520 ppm

Chemical A and chemical B are considered to have additive health effects in the body. A mixture of 15% chemical A and 85% chemical B is used in a manufacturing process at XYZ Corp. The TLV for chemical A is 20 ppm and the TLV for chemical B is 200 ppm. What is the estimated TLV for the mixture? a. b. c. d.

20 ppm 85 ppm 173 ppm 200 ppm

Determine the lift index from the following information. A man working on a production line must lift a 10” wide box weighing 30 lbs once every five minutes. The box is 10” horizontally from his body. The box starts at a height of 30” from the floor. The box is placed 10” vertically from the starting point. The load is lifted directly in front of the body. The man does this job 2 hours every day. The man is able to gain a good grip on the box. a. b. c. d.

0.02 0.48 0.62 1

Engineers are designing a new rocket to carry people to the moon. After the initial design is complete, they will evaluate each component to determine what is likely to happen in the event the component fails. What is this type of analysis called? a. b. c. d.

Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) Failures Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) What-If Analysis Fault Tree Analysis

Estimate the dose of a 25mCi source emitting photons with an energy level of 1.33 MeV. a. b. c. d.

25 mrem/hr 50 mrem/hr 100 mrem/hr 200 mrem/hr

Many companies use a mentoring program as part of employee development. Which solution provides the best completion to the statement “A mentor_______? a. Is the employee’s supervisor providing direct performance feedback. b. Is a person outside the employee’s line of supervision providing guidance for employee development and problem resolution. c. Is the human resources manager ensuring an employee receives proper training. d. Is the operations manager working with an employee helping them grow in a positive manner. Name the two key components in assessing risks. a. b. c. d.

Probability of the event and severity of the event Probability of the event and frequency of the event Severity of the event and event mitigating factors Bayesian exposure analysis and injury/illness probability

Panic hardware may be used a. b. c. d.

In maintenance supplies On interior doors On exit doors On elevators

Paramedic response times for 7 emergencies at a large industrial plant were: 4 minutes, 8 minutes, 3 minutes, 9 minutes, 8 minutes, 5 minutes and 6 minutes. What was the mean, the median and the standard deviation of the paramedic response times (in that order)? a. b. c. d.

7.28 min, 6.00 min, 4.39 min 6.17 min, 8.00 min, 5.14 min 7.28 min, 8.00 min,4.39 min 6.14 min, 6.00 min, 2.27 min

Mean = average = T / n = 6.14

Median = middle number = 6

Select the statement that most closely associated with strict liability. a. b. c. d.

A product does not perform under the advertised claims. A corporation failed to provide adequate warnings. A plant manager fails to provide adequate exits from the work place. A machine, that is unlikely to be examined by the customer, is unreasonably dangerous.

The average height of American males is approximately 69.7 inches with a standard deviation of 2.8. An engineer is designing a standing work station, and she wants to ensure that 90% of American males will be able to work at the station comfortably. The engineer knows that human height closely fits a normal distribution. What is the maximum intended height for her work station? a. b. c. d.

74.3 inches 75.2 inches 75.3 inches 78.1 inches

The average personal noise exposure at a facility is 88 dBA, and the standard deviation is 1.2. Assume the noise exposures are normally distributed, and determine the estimated percentage of employees exposed to 90 dBA and above. a. b. c. d.

0.0475 0.2 68-95-99.7 rule 90 is 2 std. dev. From mean of 88 = approx. 95% 0.953 are under 90 dBA and approx. 5% are over. This cannot be determined with the information provided.

The average score for the CSP exam in 2007 was 60.2% and the standard deviation was 13.3. The total number of candidates was 760. Assume the score distribution was normally distributed. Estimate the number of students that scored higher than 50%. a. b. c. d.

168 380 458 592

The average test score for students taking a certain safety exam is 163. The standard deviation of the test scores is 24. Assume the test scores are normally distributed, and estimate the test score of the 5th percentile. a. b. c. d.

9 116 124 210

The average velocity pressure inside a round duct with a 15 inch diameter is 1.2 inches of water. What is the airflow in the duct? a. b. c. d.

5400 cfm 7100 cfm 8700 cfm 9600 cfm

Q=VA Q=airflow in cfm V= velocity in feet per minute A=cross sectional area V = 4005 * sqr rt of Velocity Pressure A = pi * r^2 (measured in ft) V = 4387.2577 A = 1.2272 Q = 5383.9752

The circuit breakers in an electrical panel will trip when the amperage through the circuit exceeds the rating of the breaker. This feature protects from which hazard? a. b. c. d.

Electrocution Damage to electrical motors Damage to the electrical distribution system. Fire

The concept behind safe exposure levels to ionizing radiation is called a. b. c. d.


The dose rate from an unshielded radiation source is 20 mrem/hour at a distance of 3 feet. What is the dose rate from this source at a distance of 15 feet? a. b. c. d.

0.8 mrem/hour 4.0 mrem/hour 10 mrem/hour 500 mrem/hour

The financial policy of a major corporation requires that capital investments must have an annual return of 12%. An engineering solution to a safety problem will cost $250,000 for the initial installation, and it will cost $12,000 annually to maintain for 15 years. What is the required annual savings from this project in order for it to be approved by the chief financial officer? a. b. c. d.

12000 30000 42000 48700

The linear attenuation coefficient of lead for cesium-137 is 1.386 cm-1. How thick must a lead shield be to lower the dose rate from 10 rem/hour to 0.1 millirem/hour? a. b. c. d.

1.4 cm 3.0 cm 8.3 cm 9.0 cm

The Pareto Principle states that ….. a. b. c. d.

The majority of all accidents are caused by human error. 80% of all problems come from 20% of all causes. Time, distance, and shielding are the foundation of radiation protection. The probability of success is based upon the continuance of maintenance.

The probability that an American will be seriously injured at home in one year is estimated to be 1 in 81. The probability that an American will be in an automobile accident in one year is estimated to be 8%. If we assume that the two probabilities are independent, what is the probability that the average American will be seriously injured at home and be in an automobile accident in one year? a. b. c. d.

0.00099 0.012 0.068 0.092

The relative humidity outdoors on a 100F day is 40%. What is the dewpoint? a. b. c. d.

70 F 73 F 75 F Cannot be determined with the information provided.

The Safety Department intends to purchase 100 new lanyards & harnesses in 3 years at a cost of $11,000.00. How much should be invested (annual interest rate equals 4.0%) to cover the $11,000.00 cost in 3 years? a. b. c. d.

8898.72 9335.87 9778.87 10040.44

The temperature is 95 F with a relative humidity of 40%. What is the vapor pressure of water? a. b. c. d.

11 mm Hg 15 mm Hg 17 mm Hg 21 mm HG

The velocity pressure inside a duct is 1.25 inches of water. What is the velocity of the air moving through the duct? a. b. c. d.

4480 feet per minute 5010 feet per minute 5010 meters per second There is not enough information to determine the correct answer.

There are 100 people living within a 5 mile radius of a nuclear power plant. What is most likely to be the greatest source of ionizing radiation for this population? a. b. c. d.

Cosmic radiation from outer space Fallout from the cooling towers of the power plant Radon from the ground Dental x-rays

There are 4 machines in a work area. The noise level generated by machine A is 74 dB, the noise level generated by machine B is 88 dB, the noise level generated by machine C is 75 dB, and the noise level generated by machine D is 71 dB. What is the total noise level in the work area? a. b. c. d.

77 dB 88 dB 91 dB 308 dB

There are 4 machines making noise at an operator’s station. The sound pressure level from each machine at the station is given below. Determine the total sound pressure level for an operator at the station. 82 dB, 94 dB, 96 dB, 96, dB a. b. c. d.

92 dB 99 dB 100 dB 368 dB

What is important to remember about fire rated walls? a. b. c. d.

Fire rated walls do not need to be maintained once built. Fire rated walls must not allow passage of heat, fire gas, or smoke. Fire rated walls must be clearly marked with an exit sign. Fire rated walls so not need to be sealed around penetrations of electrical conduit, but they must be sealed around plumbing penetrations.

What is the airflow in a 10-inch duct with an average velocity pressure of 0.85 inches of water? a. b. c. d.

1660 cfm 1860 cfm 2010 cfm 2230 cfm

Q=VA Q=airflow in cfm V= velocity in feet per minute A=cross sectional area V = 4005 * sqr rt of Velocity Pressure A = pi * r^2 (measured in ft) V= 3692.4276 A=.5454 Q=2013.9

What is the appropriate position for the video display at a computer work station? a. b. c. d.

At or above eye level At or below eye level 30 degrees below eye level All of the above are correct

What is the assigned protection factor for a tight-fitting full-face PAPR? a. b. c. d.

10 50 1000 10000

What is the DART (days away, restricted, transferred) rate for a company that has eleven (11) recordable incidents and worked a total of 452,000 annual man hours? a. b. c. d.

3.4 4.9 7.8 11

N / EH * 200,000

11 / 452,000*200,000=4.867

What is the dew point on a day with the dry bulb temperature of 90 F and the relative humidity of 50%. You will need to use the psychrometric chart provided for the CSP exam, to answer this question. a. b. c. d.

65 F 70 F 75 F 80 F

What is the estimated probability of failure of a system that has 4 components with the following characteristics? Components A and B are in parallel. Either A or B must be working for the system to operate. Components C and D are in series with the combined A and B. Both C and D must be working for the system to operate. Assume all components are independent. The probability that A will fail in 1 year is 0.002, B is 0.002, C is 0.00001, and D is 0.00001. a. b. c. d.

4 x 10^-14 4 x 10 ^-6 2 x 10 ^-4 2 x 10 ^4

What is the estimated radiation dose rate 1 foot from an unshielded 300 millicurie MN-54 source? The energy level of the gamma photons is 0.835 MeV a. b. c. d.

0.50 R/hour 1.50 R/hour 500 R/hour 1500 R/hour

What is the expected radiation exposure rate at a distance of 1 foot from an unshielded 200 millicurie Iodine125 source with an average gamma energy of 41KeV? a. b. c. d.

49.2 mrem/hour 98.4 mrem/hour 4920 mrem/hour 9840 mrem/hour

What is the first choice in managing risks of motor vehicle accidents in a fleet? a. b. c. d.

Lower the probability of accidents happening Lower the severity (injuries and property damage) of accidents Transfer risk to a third party Only purchase vehicles with ROPS

What is the first event in a product liability lawsuit? a. b. c. d.

Complaint Discovery Trial Settlement

What is the force of friction when sliding a 500 pound wooden crate along a horizontal wooden floor? The coefficient of friction is 0.2 and the surface area of the crate is 9 square feet. a. b. c. d.

100 lbs 900 lbs 4500 lbs 10,000 lbs

What is the frequency of sound generated by a 12-bladed fan operating at 200 RPM? a. b. c. d.

40 Hz 144 Hz 3.6 Hz 144 kHz

Hz=cycles per second

200/60=3.3333 cps * 12 blades = 40Hz

What is the future value of a safety improvement that costs $12,000 per year over 7 years? The company is borrowing the money at an annual interest rate of 5.8%. a. b. c. d.

14383 17807 67467 100114

What is the maximum time an employee can be exposed to a sound pressure level of 86 dBA according to OSHA? a. b. c. d.

20.2 hours 16 hours 13.9 hours 8.00 hours

What is the minimum clearance needed between the ceiling of an office space and the top of materials stored on filing cabinets where sprinklers are flush with the ceiling? a. b. c. d.

6 inches 12 inches 18 inches 24 inches

What is the proper method to dispose of animal tissue used in research for a new flu vaccine? a. b. c. d.

Dispose in general waste stream Treat with 15% bleach and dispose in sanitary sewer Treat with an autoclave or 15% bleach, seal in plastic bio-bag, and dispose in general waste stream Treat with an autoclave or 15% bleach, seal in a plastic bio-bag, and incinerate.

What is the purpose of a histogram? a. b. c. d.

A histogram is used to set the 95% confidence interval for the mean. A histogram is used to diagram the data distribution A histogram is used to evaluate the history of repeated measures A histogram is used to determine the critical value of a t-test.

What is the required airflow through a plain opening hood to generate a capture velocity of 200 feet/min at a centerline distance of 20 inches in front of a 14 inch duct? a. b. c. d.

777 cfm 3350 cfm 5790 cfm 6910 cfm

What is the total OSHA noise dose of an employee that is exposed to 70 dBA for 6 hours and 100 dBA for 2 hours in one day? a. 0.25 b. 0.5 c. 1 d. 1.75 What is the TWA exposure from the personal breathing zone of an employee that was measured over 8 hours? There were 4 consecutive air samples. Each sample was collected over 2 hours. The concentrations from the 4 samples were 22 ppm, 3 ppm, 5 ppm, and 8 ppm. a. b. c. d.

2.4 ppm 4.8 ppm 9.5 ppm 38 ppm

What is the water pressure in a hose connected to the bottom of a 10,000 gallon water tank? The water level in the tank is 32 feet. a. b. c. d.

13.9 psi 62.5 psi 444 psi 2000 psi

What is the weight of 500 ml of acetone (s.g. = 0.79)? a. b. c. d.

7.9 oz 14 oz 500 oz The answer cannot be determined from the information given.

What type of fire extinguisher rating is appropriate for a restaurant kitchen? a. b. c. d.

Class K Class B Class A Class ABC

What will happen to personal heat load when the air movement is increased at ambient temperatures greater than 104 degrees? a. b. c. d.

Decreasing heat gain Increases heat gain by convection but overall stress is reduced due to evaporation. Increase heat gain Decreases heat gain by evaporation but increases conductive heat gain.

When is the best time to start using fault hazard analysis in evaluating a system? a. b. c. d.

Early stages of product development After development of a product proto-type. Late stages of product development; just before release to sales. After product has been on the market for 6 months.

Which airborne particle size (diameter) is most likely to cause employee long term health problems? a. b. c. d.

4 micrometers 40 micrometers 400 micrometers 4 millimeters

Which answer makes this statement correct according to OSHA regulations? Mobile scaffolds must __? a. b. c. d.

Have a seat with a seatbelt for employee use during movement. Be plumb, level and squared Have a height to base ratio of 3:1 or more during movement with an employee Have outriggers when the height to base ratio exceeds 2:1

Which hazard control is the highest priority for a safety professional? a. b. c. d.

Safety procedures Safety devices Warnings Personal protective equipment

Which management philosopher is most closely associated with the 3-E’s (engineering, education, enforcement) of safety management? a. b. c. d.

Douglas McGregor Fredrick Herzberg H.W. Heinrich Chris Argyris

Which occupational exposure below is linked with nasal cancer? a. b. c. d.

Benzene Asbestos Cotton dust Formaldehyde

Which of the following has increased concern for facility design considerations in the past twenty years? a. b. c. d.

Employees that smoke cigarettes have become a common cause of propped-open doors. Immigration laws are becoming stricter. Installation of cafeterias and dining facilities in office buildings are becoming more frequent. Distances to local fire departments are increasing.

Which of the following is an appropriate control for heat stress? a. b. c. d.

Encourage workers to drink small amounts of water about every 20 minutes. Allow employees to self-limit exposure to heat. Remove workers from hot environments when core body temperatures exceed 38.5 o C. All of the above are appropriate heat stress controls.

Which of the following is considered a risk factor for muscular skeletal disorders? a. b. c. d.

Hot environments Cold environments Dry environments Wet environments

Which of the following is most important when developing a training lesson plan? a. b. c. d.

Exciting introduction Interesting video Measureable training objectives Hands-on demonstration

Which of the following is NOT a primary occupancy classification of NFPA 101? a. b. c. d.

Residential Industrial Health Care Governmental

Which of the following is the least important consideration when determining the location of a nuclear power plant? a. b. c. d.

Natural conditions Nearby populations Security Land values

Which of the following selections describes important aspects of all safety training programs? a. b. c. d.

Needs Assessment, Lesson Plans, Record Keeping Needs Assessment, PowerPoint Presentations, Record Keeping Lesson Plans, Record Keeping, Appropriate Video tape Needs Assessment, Appropriate Video Tape, Lesson Plans

Which of the following system safety analysis techniques may lead to an estimation of the probability of a catastrophic event? a. b. c. d.

Management Oversight and Risk Tree Fault Tree Analysis Preliminary Hazard Analysis Failure Modes and Effect Analysis

Which one of the following does NOT affect the heat balance in an individual? a. b. c. d.

Metabolism Evaporation Atmospheric Pressure Convection

Which of the following substances can cause mesothelioma? a. b. c. d.

Arsenic Asbestos Cadmium Hexavalent chromium

Which of the listed worker activities poses the greatest risk for typical employees? a. b. c. d.

Working with a class 2 laser for one day. Working in an atmosphere of 0.05 ppm of benzenz for one day. Working near a machine generating a noise level of 88 dBA for one day. Driving a delivery truck for one day.

Which organization determines carcinogenicity of chemicals? a. b. c. d.


Which organization sets the recognized standard for safety glasses? a. b. c. d.


Which person in an organization has the greatest influence on minimizing risk in an organization? a. b. c. d.

President Plant manager Safety Manager Shift Foreman

Which position of the safety director at an organization indicates a very strong emphasis on risk minimization within the culture of a manufacturing company? a. Safety director is a staff position of human resources and human resources reports to the legal department. The head of the legal department is an assistant manager. b. Safety director is a staff position on the management team reporting directly to the plant manager. c. Safety director is an additional responsibility added to a quality assurance inspector reporting to the operations manager who reports to the plant manager. d. There is no person specifically assigned the safety director responsibilities. Which respirator filter is appropriate for protecting against paint solvent vapors? a. b. c. d.

HEPA filter Activated carbon Filtering face piece Wood fiber

Which safety devices are most likely to help prevent a transportation accident? a. b. c. d.

Airbags Energy absorbing guardrails Antilock brakes Break-away highway signs

Which solution describes claims-made insurance? a. b. c. d.

Coverage that applies to liabilities incurred and asserted during the policy period. Coverage after termination of the policy that applies to liabilities that occur during the policy period. Coverage after the termination of the policy for liabilities that occur after the policy period. Coverage that applies to the liabilities during the policy period and for a period of 10 years after the termination of the policy.

Which statement describes a What-If analysis? a. It is an informal investigative method of evaluating hypothetical situations. b. It is a formal, systematic, logical and structured method to evaluate potential deviations of operations or design standards. c. It is a formal method of evaluating the effects of possible failures in a system d. It is a structured, deductively reasoned analysis to determine what events may lead to a catastrophic event. Which technique below is most likely to result in a positive safety record at a company? a. b. c. d.

Hire outside safety consultants to evaluate facility safety Hold safety meetings only after major incidents Hire a CSP as the company safety director Hold supervisors and managers accountable for safety with a cost accounting system for safety.

Which training technique provides the greatest participant retention? a. b. c. d.

Students reading material Students listening to a lecture Students watching a video Students actively participating in a training game

Which type of detection device is most likely to first sense the presence of a smoldering fire started in a hidden compartment? a. b. c. d.

Fixed temperature heat detector Rate-of-rise heat detector Ionization smoke detector Flame detector

Which type of fire detector is appropriate for a facility manufacturing wooden furniture? a. b. c. d.

Ionizing detector Photoelectric detector Heat detector UV flame detection

Which type of personal protective equipment is used to prevent Raynauds syndrome? a. b. c. d.

Air-purifying respirator with a HEPA filter Air-purifying respirator with organic vapor cartridges Safety goggles with a shade 5 Anti-vibration gloves

Which type of radiation produces the most damage in a person when it interacts directly with living tissue? a. b. c. d.

Alpha Beta Gamma It depends on the energy level

Which U.S. Industry has the highest work-related fatality rate? a. b. c. d.

Agricultural, forestry, fishing and hunting Construction Transportation and warehousing Utilities

Who must receive training in the shipping of hazardous materials according to U.S. DOT regulations? a. b. c. d.

Shipping clerk Truck driver Receiving clerk All of the above

You enter the restroom at work and notice a particularly noxious smell. You turn on the ventilation fan and leave. If the smell has an odor threshold of 20.0 ppb, and the initial concentration is 100 ppm, how long must you wait before you may safely enter the room? The effective airflow from the fan is 100 cfm, and the bathroom dimensions are 4 ft x 5 ft x 8. a. b. c. d.

1.4 min 2.6 min 10.9 min 13.6 min

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