1 Module 9 (B1) Human Factors 1. Accidents and engineering faults are a) insignificant and increasing b) insignificant and decreasing * c) significant and increasing 2. Information on drugs and alcohol can be found in a) AWN 3 * b) AWN 47 c) BCARs 3. 70 - 80% of the total focusing ability of the eye is carried out by the a) iris b) lens * c) cornea 4. At what distance should a person without hearing difficulties be able to hear an average conversational voice in a quiet room * 5.If you have been prescribed new medicine by your doctor you should a) continue with your normal shift pattern * b) give the new medication a 24 hour trial c) take 3 days off work to try out the new medication 6. After a general anesthetic you should * 7.Your doctor has prescribed you tranquillizers as you are suffering from depression. You should * 8. The use of 'pep' pills by an aircraft engineer a) is recommended only when working late or on night shift as they stimulate the senses and make you less prone to accidents b) can only be used if prescribed by your doctor * ) should never be done (except for coffee)
2 9. You are taking SUDAFED to relief nasal congestion. You should a) continue to take them at work because SUDAFED has no side effects b) stay away from work until you no longer require the SUDAFED * c) avoid making engineering decisions or performing licensed duties 10. A perforated ear drum could occur if * 11. How long is the short term memory good for remembering 7 items? * 12. What is peer group pressure? * 13. What is white finger? * a) A disorder of the finger which may occur through continuous use of pneumatic tools because of reduced blood flow b) A reaction when the white blood cells die and contaminate the fingers c) A skin disorder caused by extensive contact with oils and solvents
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- Summer '17
- sajad heidari
- Working Memory, Circadian rhythm