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Michelle Te Maro

Safety compliance and questions

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1.An electrical device that senses a leakage of current to earth and breaks the electrical supply (3 Words)
4.Any accident that prevents a worker from performing their normal duties (3 Words)
7.Essentially the Brain and Spinal Cord (3 Words)
9.A flame, spark or hot surface capable of igniting flammable vapours or fumes (2 Words)
10.A written plan detailing the actions to be taken in the event of an emergency or serious incident (2 Words)
12....................... are appointed by workers to represent their working group on health and safety matters
13.A term used in Safety to refer not only to the Display Screen Equipment but also all associated equipment, such as desk, chair, lighting etc
16.A support on which to rest the feet. (2 Words)
17.The entry of a substance through a puncture wound
18.An all encompasing term covering both disaster recovery planning and business resumption planning (3 Words)
19.Measures taken to prevent accidents from happening (2 Words)
21.A technique that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur (3 Words)
25.A step by step description of how to do a task, job or activity properly and safely.
27.The degree to which good working practices and positive attitudes towards health and safety are embedded within the culture of an organisation. (2 Words)
32.Transporting or supporting a load, including lighting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving by hand or bodily force. (2 Words)
33.a place which is substantially enclosed (though not always entirely), and where serious injury can occur from hazardous substances or conditions within the space or nearby (2 Words)
36.The ease with which a substance will ignite.
37.A notice issued by the Health and Safety Executive that requires steps to be taken to improve health and safety by a specified date (2 Words)
38.document that contains information on the potential hazards and how to work safely with a chemical product (4 Words)
41.A management concept that there is a way that is more effective at delivering results than others (2 Words)
43.A life threatening condition in which the body temperature drops below the level required for normal metabolism and body function
44.The study and knowledge of human abilities and limitations to help design and build for comfort, efficiency, productivity and safety.
50.The swallowing of a substance
51.A legal precedent which states that "You must take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which you could reasonably foresee would be likely to injure your neighbour". Established by Donoghue Vs Stevenson (1932). - It's what put Paisley on the map! (3 Words)
53.A material capable of displacing the level of oxygen in the body. This happens most commonly when the substance displaces air in an enclosed environment.
55.Bright light that interferes with with a person's ability to see
56.An unplanned event, which in different circumstances, could have resulted in an accident, including injury to persons or damage to property
57.The ability of people to cope with situations that are less than perfect
58.A statement of intent for Safety
59.A non corrosive substance which can cause inflammation through immediate, prolonged or repeated contact
60.An inspection of the workplace, conducted in an organised and structured manner, to identify and report existing and potential hazards. (2 Words)
2.Federally regulates and enforces federal environment protection standards. (3 Words)
3.A theory on accident causation proposed by Heinrich in the 1920's (2 Words)
5.Workplace conditions that pose a risk of musculoskeletal injuries. (2 Words)
6...................... is the result of the median nerve, running from the forearm to the hand, being squeezed at the wrist (3 Words)
8.Actions taken or measures put in place to reduce risks arising from work activity.
11......................... normally means ensuring that activities undertaken agree with both the letter and the spirit of the law.
14.The degree of risk in a particular situation can be balanced against the cost, in terms of time, trouble, money and physical difficulty of taking measures to avoid the risk. (2 Words)
15.Use of any device or combination of devices which prevents any person gaining access to a dangerous part of a machine.
20.Rules established by regulatory bodies or trade associations, which are intended as a guide. (3 Words)
22.A specific set of procedures for ensuring that a machine, once shutdown for maintenance or repair is secured against accidental start-up or movement of any of its parts for the length of the shut-down (2 Words)
23.Sound measured using the "A weighting". Commonly used as the measurement of environmental or industrial noise.
24.The temperature at which a liquid changes state to a solid (2 Words)
26.The temperature at which a liquid changes state to a gas (2 Words)
28.a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause harm to people so that you can weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm (2 Words)
29.Mandatory clothing within the warehouse (2 Words)
30.Any illness an employee suffers because of the hazards they have been exposed to at work
31.procedure used to control work activities which are identified as particularly hazardous and where special precautions are required to control the hazards (3 Words)
34.A ................... Person is defined by the HSE as somebody with the skill, knowledge, practical experience and training to enable them to assess the risks arising from the work activity.
35.Chemicals that are known or suspected to cause cancer.
39.An unplanned or unusual event or occurrence (2 Words)
40.The immediate aid provided to a sick or injured person to 1. Preserve Life, 2. Prevent Further Injury and 3. Promote Recovery (2 Words)
42.short, focused sessions that address one topic such as how to do a specialised job. They are not a substitute for formal training sessions but are meant as a reminder or refresher on the safety aspects of one particular area. (2 Words)
45.The persons cooling system, which is controlled by the brain has stopped working and the internal temperature has risen to the point where brain damage or damage to other internal organs may occur. (2 Words)
46.An effect arising from exposure to a hazardous substance which takes a long time to take effect.
47.Unwritten law, originally based on the merging of various local customs and laws as a result of various royal judges who toured the country (2 Words)
48.an incident which given a slight shift in time or distance might have resulted in injury, ill-heath or damage. (2 Words)
52.An organic or inorganic compound, usually a liquid with a pH of less than 7.
54.An object, situation, or behaviour, that has the potential to cause harm in terms of injury, ill health, or damage to property or the environment.

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