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4. Tension of labour is:A. loading on the organism during mental workB. the uneven loadingC. value of static loadD. loading on the organism during physical workE. criterion of tempering of the organism5. Intensity of labour is:A. loading on the organism during mental workB. the duration of attentive observationC. the uneven loadingD. loading on the organism during physical workE. the psycho-emotional loading6. Ergonomics is:A. the science that studies the formation of mental personality traitsB. scope of labour activityC. features of human mental activity56
D. the science that studies the laws of human interaction and technologyE. the science that studies the changes in the functional state of the human in laboractivities7. The rhythm of work is:A. the number of working cycles per unit of timeB. repeating in regular intervals any elements of labourC. result of the locomotor apparatusD. short-run and simple operationsE. separate element of labour skills8. Temp of work is:A. the number of working cycles per unit of timeB. repeating in regular intervals any elements of labourC. result of the locomotor apparatusD. short-run and simple operationsE. separate element of labour skills9. Harmful occupational factors promotes occurrence of:A. InjuryB. Acute poisoningC. General diseaseD. Occupational diseaseE. Threat to life10. Energy expenditure of a pharmacist that works in the pharmacy during the 8-hourday is 1000 kcal. Which category of work a pharmacist belong to according to energyexpenditure?A. IaB. IbC. IIaD. IIbE. III11. Name category of work related to walking, moving small objects (up to 1 kg) in astanding position and requiring some physical exertion:A. IaB. IbC. IIaD. IIbE. III12. Choose ergonomic indices of work intensity:A. Density of signalsB. Static loadC. Number of objects under simultaneous observation57
D. MonotonyE. Emotional stress13. Choose ergonomic indices of work tension:A. Work powerB. Working postureC. Duration of concentrated observationD. Body angleE. Lading weight14. Conditions of labour that not only protect the health of employees, but also createthe preconditions for maintaining a high level of performance is called …A. OptimalB. AdmissibleC. HarmfulD. DangerousE. Extremal15. Conditions of labour when the levels of production factors exceed the hygienestandards and they can affect the employeeʼs body adversely is called …A. OptimalB. AdmissibleC. HarmfulD. DangerousE. Extremal

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