Read the "Bloodborne Pathogens" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

1. The three most common bloodborne pathogens are: Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
2. Bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted by ingestion, through blood and certain bodily fluids.
3. Certain bloodborne pathogens can still be infectious for days outside the body. Hepatitis B can live in dried blood for up to a week and Hepatitis C can survive for up to four days.
4. Treat all blood and certain body fluids as if they were known to be infectious with bloodborne pathogens.
5. Just be sure to lightly rinse your hands after you have been exposed to blood or any other bodily fluid.

Read the "Stairway Safety" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

Always carry a load with both hands while going up or down the stairs.
Make sure your shoes are tied before using any stairway.
When walking with others, set a good example by walking up and down the stairs carefully while using the handrail.
Report or clean up spills or trash found on the stairs.
Report any situation in which there is insufficient lighting provided on any workplace stairway, indoors or outdoors.
Never run up or down the stairs and avoid distractions like reading a newspaper or looking at your cell phone.
Stair landings are good storage areas.

Read the "Eye and Face Safety" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

Workers should practice safe procedures when Pouring, washing, or spraying chemicals or materials.
Any pair of safety glasses will protect your eyes and face.
Always follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for the specific face shield.
Safety glasses aren’t always enough – sometimes you need both the safety glasses to protect your eyes AND a face shield to protect your face.
Use the type of face shield suited for the specific task.

Read the "Distracted Driving" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

Drivers talking on cell phones can miss seeing up to 50% of their driving environments, including pedestrians and red lights.
Car crashes are the #1 cause of workplace deaths with distracted driving as a leading factor in road fatalities.
Technologies that allow drivers to make handsfree calls and use voice commands to dictate texts and emails, change music and update social media are not distracting to drivers at all.
Backseat drivers are good for you.
Only using phones at stop lights is ok.

Read the "Back Injury Prevention" Document and Take the Quiz Below!

1.) Housekeeping is an important part of preventing back injuries.
2.) There is no need to use material handling tools like carts, dollies, pallet jacks, and forklifts to limit manual lifting.
3.) When you must lift or carry materials: 1) Keep the load as close to your body as you can. 2) Try not to twist, turn your whole body instead. 3) Lift with your legs, not your back. 4) Lift the load using a solid two-handed grip. 5) Lift and lower materials in a smooth steady way, try not to jerk the lift.
4.) Cut down on carrying materials whenever possible by having them delivered close to where they will be used.
5.) You should always consider Back Injury Prevention when bending, stooping, or squatting, lifting materials from the floor, pushing heavy materials, kneeling for long periods of time or placing materials overhead.

Read the Housekeeping Document and Take the Housekeeping Quiz Below!

1.) Violations of poor housekeeping and OSHA lists housekeeping on their top 100 most frequently cited list.
2.) All work areas such as warehouse floors, production areas, breakrooms, and restrooms shouldn’t be maintained and kept clean.
3.) Store pipe, conduit, rebar or other rolling materials in the most convenient place.
4.) Entry ways, walk ways, and sidewalks should be kept free of water, ice, snow, and other potential trip, slip, or fall hazards.
5.) Everyone should use designated waste bins, recycle bins, and metal scrap containers.

Read the Fire Safety Document and Take the Fire Safety Quiz Below!

1) Fire prevention is each worker’s responsibility!
2) Any fire extinguisher will work on any fire.
3) Know where fire extinguishers are located at your work site.
4) Only smoke in designated areas.
5) Report any missing, damaged, or spent fire extinguishers immediately.

Read the Eye Safety Document and Take the Eye Safety Quiz Below!

1) Each day about 5000 U.S. workers have a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment?
2) Chemicals, acids, sparks, hot oil, fire and steam are also eye hazards?
3) Eye protection for “impact hazards” include safety spectacles with side shields or googles?
4) Chemical injuries are rare, goggles, face shields and eyewash stations are an option but not required?
5) Safety glasses must be rated ANSI Z87.1 Prescription lenses must also be rated ANSI Z87.1 or safety glasses will be required over your prescription glasses?

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