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Unformatted text preview: orning gatherings at least once a week. c. Provide training on ways of recognizing potential dangers. 10. Formal safety education may be provided when: a. Employees begin to work in the company. b. Employees are about to move to another company. c. Employees are preparing for new qualifications. 11. General safety courses should cover the following points: a. Reporting abnormalities. b. Methods for handling materials. c. Methods for reporting the use of the 4S. 12. The “Four Round Method” is an effective way of training employees to recognize the ... in the movement of machines, equipment and people. a. Obvious risks. b. Hidden dangers. c. Most effective methods. 13. The basic Four Round Method includes two of the following: a. Get a good grasp of the facts. b. Search for the underlying problem. c. Report results to the safety committee. 7.4 Establish safety standards and regulations 14. Safety standards and regulations should: a. Be based on the law of the country. b. Take into account the local culture. c. Take into account the special character of the workplace. 15. Safety standards and regulations should cover: a. Operational procedures and methods. b. Travelling to and from work. c. Clothes. A Roadmap to Quality 31 Unit 7 - Safety 05-87581_unit 7.qxd 16. 17. 18. 01/08/2006 10:59 Page 32 Written procedures for operating machinery should cover: a. The materials, facilities, equipment and tools to be used. b. The names of the supervisors of the operations. c. The specific items to be noted during the operations. Employees should be trained in safety standards in six areas. Match the areas with the examples. a. Mechanical danger 1. Short circuits, hot-line work b. Transport vehicles 2. Primary movers and rotary shafts c. Fire and explosions 3. Inspection of ropes; prohibition of uneven load distribution d. Electrical danger 4. Protective floor covers and hand-rails to prevent crashes and falls e. Handling freight 5. Prevention of natural fire; standards for working with fire f. Crashes and falls 6. Forklifts; in-plant transport vehicles; freight cars a. a2, b3, c5, d1, e6, f4 b. a2, b6, c3, d1, e5, f4 c. a2, b6, c5, d1, e3, f4 To make training in the safety standards as effective as possible: a. Restrict education to standards related to the operations concerned. b. Do not use standards and regulations for individual machines as teaching materials. c. Keep records of education and training. 7.5 Set up safety committees and patrols 19. A meeting held after an accident occurs should include the following a. Ask the question “Why did it happen?” b. Do not interrupt explanations given by the individuals in charge of the sections where safety deficiencies occurred. c. Gather only information relevant to the cause of the accident. 20. Safety committees may hold meetings: a. At business facilities. b. In government organizations. c. At places of work. 21. A safety patrol should be carried out: a. Daily. b. Weekly. c. Periodically. 22. When an employees feel that machines, facilities, equipment and behaviour at another workplace are a source of danger to them, they may: a. Request the patrol to do a survey and make a diagnosis. b. Diagnose the situation and request the patrol to do a survey. c. Stop all contact with the other workplace until they deal with the situation. 23. Safety patrols should: a. Last for one or two hours. b. Be staffed by two or three employees. c. Be staffed by five to ten employees. Unit 7 - Safety 32 A Roadmap to Quality 05-87581_unit 7.qxd 01/08/2006 10:59 Page 33 7.6 Ensure facilities and equipment are safe 24. Facility safety checks should be carried out at the following stages: a. Design. b. Acceptance. c. When operation begins. 25. Establish standards that will protect equipment such as lathes and grinders from: a. Damage. b. Functional deterioration. c. New employees. 26. To keep maintenance records for each machine: a. Store maintenance records in the facility office. b. Make effective use of the data for preventive maintenance. c. Identify causes of malfunctions and standardize maintenance measures. 27. Abnormalities that may have safety implications include: a. Unusual movements of operators. b. Strange noises. c. Changes in pressure. 28. To correct abnormalities: a. Try to ask certified individuals to perform recovery and restoration tasks that require certificates. b. Place a card that says “power supply must be turned off” around switches. when suspending the operation of machines and equipment. c. Report abnormalities to superiors at work whenever necessary. 7.7 Keep accident records 29. An in-house report form should include two of the following: a. The circumstances at the time of the accident. b. The costs of the accident. c. Confirmation that countermeasures have been implemented. 30. Causes of an accident can include: a. Unsafe actions. b. Unsafe human factors. c. Unsafe records. 31. Accident records should be kept by: a. The secretariat of the company-wide safet...
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