AFI 91-203, Air Force Consolidated Occupational Safety Instruction, Chapter 7, provides guidance for
Respiratory protection program
Fixed and portable ladder usage
Aircraft towing, jacking, and back shop machinery
Color coding, walk surfaces, and movable surfaces
What should you refer to when checklists do not cover local variations?
Career development courses
Maintenance operating instructions
On an armament shop's floors, lines used to indicate permanent aisles should be what colors?
Yellow or yellow and black
Green or blue and green
Yellow or yellow and red
Orange or orange and black
First-aid kits may be kept in a maintenance shop when:
Authorized by the base surgeon
The shop contains flammable material
The shop contains electrical equipment
Authorized by the squadron commander
Rubber gloves and face shields are necessary in a maintenance shop to:
Prevent you from getting an electrical shock or burn
Protect your skin and eyes from sawdust
Protect your skin and eyes from cleaning agents
Prevents noxious fumes from penetrating your skin
What governs the size, style, and design of the shadow boards and toolboxes used to control hand tools?
AFI 33-2210, Tool control and maintenance
AFI 33-2210, Composite Tool Program Management
The needs of your section and the material it has at its disposal
AFI 91-203, chapter 12, Hand tools and portable power tools
What type of accident prevention sign has yellow lettering on a black background?
Which accident prevention sign has white lettering on a green background?
What information is contained on a material safety data sheet (MSDS)?
Only major hazards involved with handling the material
Safety measures to follow while handling the material only
All hazards involved with handling the material and safety measures to follow while handling the material
Major hazards involved with handling the material, safety measures to follow while handling the material, and proper methods of disposing of the chemical
Which of the following is not a goal of the Hazardous Communication Standard?
Identifying and evaluating chemical hazards
Reducing the incidence of injury and illness caused by hazardous chemicals in the workplace
Establishing uniform requirements for communicating information about chemical hazards to both management and workers
Ensuring Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved methods of disposal for hazards to both management and workers
Who is responsible for adding new information to the material safety data sheet (MSDS) on the hazards of chemical and the appropriate control measures within three months after becoming aware of such information?
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Air Force Office of Safety and Health
The chemical manufacturer and importer
Federal bureau of mines, chemical, and hazard abatement
According to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) labeling requirements, how are pipes transporting hazardous chemicals labeled?
They have placards at the location where they enter the facility
They have placards where they enter a room larger than 10 feet by 10 feet
They are strenciled with their contents on the outward side within 10 feet of where they emerge into an occupied room
They do not have to be labeled, but personnel must be informed about the hazards of any chemical carried through their work area in unlabeled pipes.
What agency should you contact if you suspect your lighting is inadequate in a work area?
Base bio-environmental engineering office
Occupational safety and health administration
Air Force office of safety and health
Which type of hazard causes the majority of injuries on the job?
Dust, gas, vapor, fumes, and mist are examples of what type of contaminants?
What term defines a measure of the severity of symptoms a given chemical produces or how long these symptoms persist?
In which document can you find information on the hazards of chemicals?
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
AFMAN 91-201, Explosives Safety Standard
AFI 91-101, Air Force Nuclear Weapon Surety Program
AFI 91-202, The US Air Force Mishap Prevention Program
Which type of atmospheric contaminants produce a narcotic or drug-like effect?
Particles of wood and metal are classified as what type of skin contaminant?
A face shield usually replaces goggles when
A hard hat is worn
There is a danger of falling objects
Vision is critical
What type of arm and hand protection is needed when working around jagged objects, rough wood, or similar hazards?
the definition of fire is the rapid oxidation of a combustible material producing
Light and heat
Heat and vapors
Light and vapors
Heat and gases
A flammable liquid is any liquid with a flash point below
The temperature where a flammable liquid produces enough vapors to produce a flame is a source of ignition is supplied close to the surface is the
The flashpoint of a liquid can be most easily avoided by
Less ventilation and elimination of a spark device
Good ventilation or elimination of a spark device
Controlling the liquid temperature above the flash point
Diluting the liquid and controlling the liquid temperature above the flashpoint
Which fire classification can be effectively extinguished by water?
Where do class C fires occur?
The fire extinguisher for which class of fires are never assigned numerical ratings nor given multi-purpose ratings?
What hazards does carbon dioxide present to the user when used as a fire-fighting agent in concentrations sufficient to extinguish a fire?
Clogs filters in air-handling systems and leaves a residue
Displaces oxygen and makes the area incapable of supporting life
Presents a shock and electrocution hazards if used on fires involving energized electric equipment
Is toxic when exposed to heat and produces toxic by-products of combustion that can be hazardous
What amount of current flow results in a disturbed heart rhythm that the victim cannot normally recover without medical intervention?
Between 25 and 50 milliampere
Between 100 and 300 milliampere
The intensity and effect of electrical shock are dependent on the circumstances and
The blood pressure of the person
Are stopped by the amount of oxygen in the body
What parts of the body the current flows through
Are regulated by the lack of contact with the electrical source
One of the purposes of electrical safety is to prevent
You from electrocution
Normal voltage from shorting out equipment
What is the most common hazard associated with electricity?
Who should accomplish electrical repairs?
Degreed personnel only
Certified personnel only
Qualified personnel only
As a general rule, electrical items should
Only have Power on for maintenance
Have maintenance performed with the power on
Have maintenance performed with the power off
Never have power on for testing or maintenance
When performing measurements on energized circuits, meters should
Not be used
Be held by the helper
Not be held in your hand
Be placed on the equipment under test
When voltage is applied to equipment being repaired, workers should
Always wear leather gloves
Use only approved, conductive tools
Remove nonessential tools from the workbench
Keep all tools needed on hand next to the equipment or workbench
When cleaning electrical equipment, you should use
Any dry chemical cleaner
Any fast-drying alcohol solution
Only approved cleaning solvents
Only approved dry chemical cleaners
When do you use compressed air for cleaning electrical equipment?
Only as a last resort
After using dry cleaners
Only when oil is applied
After using chemical cleaners
What do you do before testing and following repair actions of electrical equipment?
Visually check equipment
Electrically check equipment
Mechanically check equipment
Operationally check equipment
Why do you visually inspect equipment before testing and following repair actions?
Document action taken
Check for obvious defects
Establish a maintenance record
Ensure the job was completed on time
Wearing jewelry is prohibited around electrical equipment because metal jewelry can
Heat up through induction causing burns
Heat up through capacitance causing burns
Store static charges that can damage electronics
Be an excellent low-resistance contact because of its large skin contact area
In electrical systems bonding is simply the placement of a
Low-resistance wire between two metal objects
High-resistance wire between two metal objects
Low-resistance wire between a metal object and the ground
High-resistance wire between a metal object and the ground
What are the preferred metal clamps used for grounding and bonding in electrical systems?
In electrical systems, bonding wires are attached to what type of metal surface?
What effect does bonding have on static electrical charges?
What electrical safety measure is required in maintenance operations involving flammable liquids, flammable gasses and explosives?
In an equipment ground, the most important point to remember about grounding paths is that they must
Contain three wires
Contain a single wire
What is considered the secondary hazard involved with wiring around fiber optics?
Inhalation from damaged insulation
Fire hazard from energized laser diodes
Needle-like structure stat can easily be embedded into the skin or eyes
General housekeeping can be defined as maintaining a work area in a general state of good order that will facilitate completion of work and is covered by AFI 91-203, chapter 5.
What type of signs have lettering in black on magenta background?
What type of signs generally have black letters on white background on the lower panel?
What is the purpose of the Federal Hazard Communication Training Program?
Reduce the incidence of chemically induced occupational illnesses and injuries
Reduce the number of chemical spills
Reduce who many containers of hazardous materials that are in one place at one time
Reduce the number of times chemicals are moved within any facility
When should you wear rubber gloves?
When working with electricity
When working with metals
When working with acids, alkalis, organic solvents, or other harmful chemicals
When working with wood or sharp objects
Which of the following three things must be present to have a fire?
What class of fire extinguisher would you use to put out fires involving gasoline or other flammable liquids?
What is the primary consideration when dealing with electricity?
Is the item grounded
Current flow or amperage
Is water near by
What are the two purposes behind electrical safety?
Protect you from electrocution
Ensure safety of equipment
Prevent electrical voltage from producing a spark
Both A and C are correct
What is the first choice as an effective method for cleaning dust and debris from circuits?
Soap and water
What are the two types of grounds?
The purpose of an equipment ground is to drain off any voltage built up in units due to poor insulation or bare wires.