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Question 11 ptsIdentify five (5) important items of personal safety when inspecting and servicing braking systems?Following personal safety items should be used when inspecting and servicing brakingsystems:1.Always wear OSHA-approved safety glasses when working on a suspensionsystem or steering system.2.Wear gloves and avoid direct contact3.Wear respiratory protection4.Wear face shield5.Wear safety footwearFlag this QuestionQuestion 21 ptsList three (3) precautions when jacking a vehicle on the floor.The following precautions should be followed when you jack a vehicle on the floor:Flag this QuestionQuestion 31 ptsWhy should safety stands be placed under a raised vehicle?Flag this QuestionQuestion 4
1 ptsWhat six (6) precautions should be observed if a vehicle is to be raised on a hoist?The vehicle can fall down accidently if it was not position correctly on hoist due to yourcarelessness or neglected maintenance. Therefore, the following precautions should befollowed if you raise a vehicle on a hoist:1.Check the specific “lifting points” of the vehicle you’re working on.2.Never exceed your vehicle lift’s maximum capacity3.All the arms with lift pads should be pointed towards the rear of the vehicle if wewant to raise the vehicle properly on a hoist.4.Pull the shorter arms forward and position the lift pads on the suitable forwardlifting points where the metal is thickest.5.Don’t rely on a single lift arm to bear all the vehicle’s weight.6.
Always engage your lift’s safety features before starting work.
Flag this QuestionQuestion 51 ptsWhat three (3) practical methods of reducing the spread of asbestos should be followed in the workplace?The following three methods are used to reduce the spread of asbestos:Flag this QuestionQuestion 61 ptsWhen handling, trapping, storing and disposing of new or waste hydraulic fluid, which document should you use to find this information?Workshop manual is used to find the information, when handling, trapping, storing anddisposing of new or waste hydraulic fluid.