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Unformatted text preview: heated furnace Release from the chimney after processing it through equipment for eliminating sulfur SO2 Every one hour 0 ppm or less Factory manager Super heated furnace supervisor Paint effluent A Roadmap to Quality 23 Unit 6 - Hygiene and Health 05-87581_unit 6.qxd 01/08/2006 10:52 Page 24 Test Answer these questions using only the information given in the text. For each question one, two or all three answers may be correct. Tick the answer or answers you think are correct for each question. Each question carries 3 points – you get one point for each correct answer that you tick, and one point for each wrong answer that you do not tick. 6.1 Keep your workplaces clean 1. Different boxes should be used for separating waste by: a. Quantity. b. Age. c. Type. 2. Ways of minimizing waste should be considered from: a. The start of production. b. When the product is being designed. c. When the first products appear. 3. During cleaning it is important to inspect the condition of: a. Cleaning materials. b. Measuring devices. c. Oil leaks. 4. Checkpoints for cleaning machines include: a. No measuring tools b. No gummy residue from tape. c. No oil residue. 5. To prevent shavings being scattered, which two of the following options could you choose? a. Cover the machinery. b. Place a plate under the machinery. c. Wash the machinery. 6. Collect boxes of shavings: a. Before each working cycle. b. After each working cycle. c. During each working cycle. 7. Which of the following should you include in creating standards for cleaning? a. Specify what is to be cleaned. b. Specify responsibility – who cleans where. c. Specify the cleaning materials. 6.2 Use the 5S activities 8. The three important benefits of the 5S Activities include: a. A comfortable workplace. b. Consistent quality. c. Improvements in efficiency and safety. Unit 6 - Hygiene and Health 24 A Roadmap to Quality 05-87581_unit 6.qxd 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 01/08/2006 10:52 Page 25 Cleanliness means specifically to: a. Clean things whenever they get dirty. b. Keep things clean after they have been cleaned. c. Keep work uniforms clean. The systematic implementation of 5S throughout the company will include which two of the following? a. A plan for top management to make the rounds and carry out an audit. b. A system for generating an activity report for each workplace. c. A bulletin board to put results on. To get employees actively engaged in the 5S Activities in the workplace do which of the following? a. Determine targets and evaluate their achievement. b. Help employees to recognize problem areas. c. Make daily rounds and comment on how clean things are. The factory manager should make regular rounds to: a. Help raise employee awareness of the 5S. b. Check that employees are cleaning correctly. c. Check that employees are comfortable enough. A plan for monthly and daily activities should include: a. A programme for educating employees. b. A programme for disseminating employees. c. A list of items to be carried out within a certain period. To create an activity record: a. Incorporate each employee’s activity record into a weekly report to be presented to superiors. b. Report monthly progress to the person in overall charge. c. Present monthly progress to top management. Top management should: a. Make the rounds at least once a week. b. Praise good points. c. Give instructions for improvement. 6.3 Maintain appropriate levels of lighting, temperature and humidity 16. Establishing standards for maintaining a healthy workplace environment will involve: a. Having medical personnel in the workplace. b. Defining what constitutes a healthy workplace. c. Establishing specific standards for the features that make a healthy workplace. 17. Standards should be based on: a. The type of work being done. b. The size of the job site. c. The number of employees on the job site. 18. Desirable levels of lighting, temperature and humidity will vary depending on: a. The size of the workplace. b. The purpose of the workplace. c. The location of the workplace. A Roadmap to Quality 25 Unit 6 - Hygiene and Health 05-87581_unit 6.qxd 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 01/08/2006 10:52 Page 26 Which environmental standards can specify numerical measurements. Those for: a. Temperature. b. Odour. c. Relative humidity. Where exact measurements are not possible it is better to use standards that relate to: a. How people feel in a particular environment. b. How many hours people are working. c. How hard people are working. For most areas, standards: a. Should specify lighting of 640 lux. b. Give no specification. c. Specify “appropriate lighting”. It is critical that standards specify the temperature level: a. Always. b. Never. c. In special cases. Humidity levels should normally be: a. Left to nature. b. Specified exactly. c. Specified as “appropriate”. 6.4 Keep down noise, odour, vibration and dust 24. Noisy workplaces should be designed and insulated so that: a. No noise escapes. b. The level of noise tha...
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