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# SURVIVOR

SURVIVOR. RULES. SPLIT INTO TEAMS OF 3 TO 4 PLAYERS DRAW FOR PLAYING ORDER EACH TEAM RECEIVES 1 RED CHIPS ( RED CHIP IS WORTH 3 POINTS OR CAN BE USED TO SAVE A TEAMMATE). TEAM MEMBERS HAVE 20 SECONDS TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.

## SURVIVOR

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1. SURVIVOR

2. RULES • SPLIT INTO TEAMS OF 3 TO 4 PLAYERS • DRAW FOR PLAYING ORDER • EACH TEAM RECEIVES 1 RED CHIPS ( RED CHIP IS WORTH 3 POINTS OR CAN BE USED TO SAVE A TEAMMATE). • TEAM MEMBERS HAVE 20 SECONDS TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. • IF THEY GET THE QUESTION RIGHT THEY RECEIVE A GREEN CHIP (GREEN CHIP IS WORTH 1 POINT) FOR THEIR TEAM AND THEY ALSO STAY IN CONTROL OF THE GAME. • IF THEY ANSWER INCORRECTLY, THEY CAN GIVE UP THEIR RED CHIP OR ALLOW THE OTHER TEAMS TO VOTE OFF A TEAMMATE. THEY ALSO LOSE CONTROL OF THE GAME. • WHEN A TEAM IS OUT OF RED CHIP THE OTHER TEAMS GET TO VOTE OFF MEMBERS OF THAT TEAM. • THE TEAM WITH THE MOST POINTS AT THE END OF THE GAME WINS.

3. BACK SAFETY • Extra weight can be a big problem; remember the ______ principle.1.Fulcrum/lever 2.Push/pull 3.Lever/push 4.Pull/fulcrum

4. ANSWER • Extra weight - Remember the fulcrum /lever principle? The more you weigh, the more stress the extra pounds put on your back every time you bend over... on a 10:1 ratio.

5. BACK SAFETY • Which is better for your back pushing a cart, or pulling one?

7. ASBESTOS • Which of the following statements is NOT included in the OSHA standards for asbestos?1. Time Weighted Average or TWA defines the airborne fiber you can be exposed to without protective clothing and a respirator for an 8 hour day 2. Time Weighted Average or TWA defines the airborne fiber you can be exposed to without protective clothing and a respirator for a Period of 30 minutes. 3. Short Term Exposure limit is an average used for a 30 minute period

8. ANSWER Time Weighted Average or TWA defines the airborne fiber you can be exposed to without protective clothing and a respirator for a Period of 30 minutes.

9. ASBESTOS • Asbestos can enter the body through the skin. • TRUE OR FALSE

11. COMPRESSED GAS • Which of the following is your best source of information about a compressed gas cylinder's contents?1.Color coded cylinder 2.Text on the attached label 3.Label on the cylinder cap 4.Information from your co-worker yesterday

12. ANSWER • Text on the attached label

13. CONFINE SPACE • YOU SHOULD NOT ALLOW SOMEONE ENTER A CONFINE SPACE IF THE OXYGEN CONTENT IS BELOW______ OR ABOVE_______________.

14. ANSWER • 19.5 AND 23.5

15. CONFINE SPACE • Many of the people who die in confined space incidents are rescuers who are not adequately trained or equipped. • True or False

17. ELECTRICAL SAFETY • What is the most common type of electricity?1.Direct current 2.Undercurrent 3.Alternating current 4.Countercurrent

19. FALL PROTECTION • If there is any chance of free-falling do not use a... 1.Chest harness 2.Fall arrest system 3.Full body harness 4.Lanyard

21. FALL PROTECTION • OXY POLICY: Fall protection is required when working on an unprotected surface over____ from the next level. 1.4 ft. 2.5 ft. 3.6 ft. 4.8 ft.

23. FALL PROTECTION • Anchor points used for attachment of fall arrest equipment shall be capable of supporting at least ______ lbs. • 1000 LBS • 2000 LBS • 4000 LBS • 5000 LBS

25. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS • WHAT IS A CLASS C FIRE

27. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS • The first step toward prevention is ________ ____________.

29. MSDS • OSHA HAS A PRESCRIBED FORMAT FOR MSDS. • TRUE OR FALSE

31. HAZARDOUS WASTE AWARENESS • Waste is classified as hazardous if it is _____,_____,______, OR ________. • NAME TWO

32. ANSWER • corrosive, flammable, reactive, or toxic.

33. HAZARDOUS WASTE AWARENESS • Which of the following are corrosive?1. Water Water based material that can corrode steel at a rate of ¼ inch per year 2. Water based material that can corrode steel at a rate of 1/8 inch per year • 3. Any water based waste

34. Answer • Water based material that can corrode steel at a rate of ¼ inch per year

35. HEARING PROTECTION • The two most common types of noise in an industrial surrounding are _____ and ______. • Staticlysmic • Impulse • Rototonic • Continual

36. ANSWER • Impulse and Continual

37. LADDER SAFETY • The rungs on fixed ladders are not to exceed ______ inches of spacing and are ______ inches in length.1. 12, 24 • 2. 16, 12 • 3. 12, 16 • 4. 14, 14

39. LADDER AND STAIRWAYS • Stairways should be able to carry _____ times their maximum intended load.2 • 3 • 4 • 5

41. PSM • There is _______ points of PSM. • 13 • 12 • 14 • 9

43. PSM • Pre-Startup Safety Reviews must be done... • 1. Immediately after startup • 2. Only on new facilities • 3. Only on significant changes to the process. • 4. Before highly hazardous chemicals are introduced into a process

44. ANSWER • Before highly hazardous chemicals are introduced into a process

45. PSM • Incident Investigations must be conducted within... • 12 HOURS • 24 HOURS • 48 HOURS • RIGHT AWAY