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Question 36. What two (2) warnings must be followed when working around common rail fuelsystems?SmokePower lossRough idleEngine rattleDirty diesel engine oilQuestion 37. When working on hybrid or electric vehicles, what color the ‘high voltage cables”’?Question 38. How long must you wait before carrying out repairs to hybrid or electric vehiclesafter disconnecting the batteries or removing the fuse?
Question 39. How should oils be safety stored?Storethe usedmotor oilin clean, plastic containers or tanks after checking them carefully for leaks, or rust.Make sure you label each container or tank carefully as “UsedMotor Oil.” If you'restoringusedmotor oilfora longer period, make sure you conduct regular checks on the containers for deterioration.Question 40. Brake fluid and coolant can both: Question 41. Spilt brake fluid should be removed by: a.Washing the area with coolant b.Washing off with a large amount of water c.Wiping quickly with clean rags d.Allowing to dry and peeling away residue Question 42. What care should be taken with brake fluid?Question 43. Why should brake dust not be blown from brake or clutch components?Question 44. How should dangerous or hazardous chemical products be stored?Question 45. Dangerous or hazardous chemicals should have a label attached to it, and the labelshould contain what information?Labelsfor ahazardous chemical mustcontain:
AURASA002 Follow safe working practices in anautomotive workplace Name, Address and Telephone Number • Product Identifier • Signal Word •HazardStatement(s) •Precautionary Statement(s) • Pictogram(s) Page 3 3 above, thelabelcould state, “Do not breathevapours or spray.
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Occupational safety and health, Material safety data sheet, CHANDAR REDDY