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Unformatted text preview: t escapes is not noticeable in neighbouring areas. c. All noise in the workplace is eliminated. 25. Which of the following should be done to deal with odour in the workplace: a. Fix odour-eliminating filters to all equipment that produces odour. b. Fix odour-eliminating filters at all doors and windows. c. Filter all gas before it is released outside the facility. 26. Which of the following measures should be taken to limit vibration to the human body: a. Install vibration meters around the facility and record the results. b. Install equipment to limit vibration in areas where work causes vibration. c. Require employees in areas where vibration levels are high to wear protective clothing. 27. Which of the following are methods to reduce the levels of dust generated in the workplace? a. Install a dust catcher near the areas where dust is created. b. Install measuring equipment and regularly take measurements. c. Use fans to keep the dust from circulating. 28. A common environmental standard for an acceptable level of airborne particle matter is: a. 0.10 mg/litre or less per hour. b. 0.20 mg/litre or less per hour. c. 0.30 mg/litre or less per hour. Unit 6 - Hygiene and Health 26 A Roadmap to Quality 05-87581_unit 6.qxd 29. 30. 31. 01/08/2006 10:52 Page 27 When storing finished products, equipment etc, ensure: a. Their functionality is not reduced. b. It is not more difficult for employees to handle them. c. They are securely locked up. Which of the following guidelines should be followed in order to store products etc. in suitable environmental conditions: a. Prevent leaks where rain might get in. b. Do not store any items outdoors. c. Choose the proper storage location for each item type. Which further guidelines should be followed: a. Mark gaps through which the wind might pass. b. Mark part name, lot numbers etc. clearly on locations and on items. c. Clean items on a regular basis, and at the beginning and end of work. 6.5 Prevent environmental pollution: treat industrial waste 32. A company is now seen as having ... responsibility for avoiding pollution outside the factory as/than inside. a. as much ... as b. less ... than c. more ... than 33. Standards for treating industrial waste should specify: a. Procedures to be followed before disposing of waste. b. Conditions for actually disposing of it. c. Procedures for informing employees that waste has been disposed of. 34. Guidelines for disposing of waste should include: a. Write up a manual for this agency to use. b. Separate waste by type and standardize disposal methods for each type. c. Give waste that requires treatment to a proper agency. 35. Standards should be established for waste disposal that: a. Are always the same as government laws and regulations. b. Are almost as high as those in government laws and regulations. c. Do not go against government laws and regulations. 36. Waste should be measured on disposal: a. At planned intervals. b. Weekly. c. At the start and finish of work. 37. Employees should be: a. Required to implement the environment standards. b. Encouraged to cooperate in implementing the environment standards. c. Educated in the importance of the environment standards. 38. Examples of procedures that can be followed to prevent pollution include: a. Process strong acids and alkaline in a neutralizing tank, and neutralize the chemicals prior to disposal. b. Put carp in the waste water before discharging it. c. Put carp in the wastewater after it leaves the factory. A Roadmap to Quality 27 Unit 6 - Hygiene and Health 05-87581_unit 6.qxd 39. 01/08/2006 10:52 Page 28 Standards for preventing environmental pollution vary ... from one industry to another a. a great deal. b. a little. c. not at all. Unit 6 - Hygiene and Health 28 A Roadmap to Quality 05-87581_unit 6.qxd 01/08/2006 10:52 Page 29 Relationship with ISO 6.1 Keep your workplaces clean Relationship with ISO 9001:2000: 6.4 Work environment 7.5.1 Control of production and service provision 6.2 Use the 5S Activities Relationship with ISO 9001:2000: 6.4 Work environment 7.5.1 Control of production and service provision 6.3 Maintain appropriate levels of lighting, temperature and humidity Relationship with ISO 9001:2000: 6.3 Infrastructure 6.4 Work environment 7.5.1 Control of production and service provision 7.5.2 Validation of processes for production and service provision Relationship with ISO 14001:1996: 4.4.6 Operational control 4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement 6.4 Keep down noise, odour, vibration, and dust Relationship with ISO9001:2000: 6.3 Infrastructure 6.4 Work environment 7.5.1 Control of production and service provision 7.5.2 Validation of processes for production and service provision Relationship with ISO 14001:1996: 4.4.6 Operational control 4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement 6.5 Prevent environmental pollution: treat industrial waste Relationship with ISO 14001:1996: 4.3.1 Environmental aspects 4.4.6 Operational control A Roadmap to Quality 29 Unit 6 - Hygiene and Healt...
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