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Prevention and Precaution

  • Identification of accident scenariostheir causes is not important for the prevention of chemical accidents.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Is important Inform the general public on prevention of injuries, accidentsincidents in the chemical industry.
  • a) Information to the public for discussionapproval of safety documentation
  • b) Information to the public about major accident hazards, the preventive measuresbehaviour of citizens in the event of a serious accident
  • c) Information to the public during an accident
  • d) All previous
  • Featurescharacteristics of a management system for process safety
  • a) Planning, organizing, implementingcontrolling.
  • b) Planningcontrolling.
  • c) Planning, implementingcontrolling.
  • d) Planningimplementing.
  • For major hazard installations should be prepared a safety report should include:
  • a) information about the safety precautions taken to prevent major accidentsthe emergency provisions that should reduce the effects of such accidents.
  • b) technical information about the designoperation of the installationdetails on the management of its safety.
  • c) information about the hazards of the installation, systematically identifieddocumented by means of safety studies.
  • d) all previous
  • Works management should control major hazard installations by engineeringmanagement practices, for example by:
  • a) casual maintenance of the installations.
  • b) regular inspection of the installation, with repairreplacement of components where necessary.
  • c) poor plant operation.
  • d) weak on-site security management.
  • The objectives of emergency planning should be:
  • a) to minimize the harmful effects of an emergency on people, propertythe environment.
  • b) localise any emergencies that may ariseif possible contain them.
  • c) only classification of risks.
  • d) Only the identification of the resourcesresources that can be mobilized in a major accident.
  • Major hazard installations should be regularly inspected in order to ensure that the installations are operated according to the appropriate level of safety. This inspection should be carried out both by a safety team which includes workersworkers' repres
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Duties of competent authorities in major hazard control system:
  • a) inspection of installations; reporting of major accidents; investigation of major accidentstheir short-long-term effects.
  • b) the identificationinventory of major hazard installations; emergency planninginformation to the public; inspection of installations;
  • c) the establishment of an infrastructure; the identificationinventory of major hazard installations; receiptevaluation of safety reports; emergency planninginformation to the public; sitingland-use planning; inspection of installations;
  • d) emergency planninginformation to the public; sitingland-use planning; inspection of installations;
  • The works management of a major hazard installation should provide the competent authorities with:
  • a) the notification of a major hazard installation which will identify its naturelocation.
  • b) a safety report containing the results of the hazard assessmentan accident report immediately after a major accident occurs.
  • c) the notification of a major hazard installation which will identify its naturelocation.
  • d) accident report immediately after a major accident occurs
  • In view of the crucial role of workers in the prevention of major accidents, works management should make sure that:
  • a) workers are informed of the hazards of substances usedadequately trained
  • b) traininginformation actions are not relevant to accident prevention
  • c) this informationtraining should be provided in a technical language
  • d) workers haven´t a broad understanding of the process used
  • Workerstheir representatives should be consulted before decisions are taken on issues relevant to major hazards. In particular, this includes hazardrisk assessment, failure assessmentexamination of major deviations normal operating conditions.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • For a fully operational major hazard control system, competent authorities should ensure:
  • a) emergency services
  • b) fire authoritiesmedical services
  • c) government inspectors with specialist support
  • d) government inspectors with specialist support
  • The control of the causes of major industrial accidents should include possible causes:
  • a) humanorganisational errors, component failuredeviations normal operating conditions
  • b) outside accidental interferences, natural forcesacts of mischiefsabotage
  • c) none of the previous
  • d) All previous
  • The measures used to control hazards should include:
  • a) only safety systems
  • b) only training of workers
  • c) inspection, maintenancerepair
  • d) safety systems, Inspection, maintenancerepair, training of workersmonitoring
  • Which are safety systems help to keep the installation in a safe condition:
  • a) collecting tanksbunds;
  • b) detector-activated systems
  • c) water-spray systems (to cool tanksto extinguish a fire)
  • d) foam-generating systems;
  • To mitigate the consequences of an accident, an emergency plan (on siteoff site) should be drawn up by works managementlocal authorities in consultation with workerstheir representatives. The plan should include technical as well as organizational measure
  • a) Inspection, MaintenanceRepair
  • b) Training of workers
  • c) Monitoring, Inspection, maintenancerepairTraining of workers
  • d) Monitoring
  • The overall safety arrangements at a major hazard installation should recognize that the human factor is critical to the safety of the installation. Therefore, works should adequately train workers in the safe operation of the major hazard installation.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • The objectives of emergency planning should be:
  • a) Just localize any emergencies that may ariseif possible eliminate them
  • b) Just minimize the harmful effects of an emergency on people, propertythe environment.
  • c) localize any emergenciesif possible eliminate themminimize the harmful effects of an emergency on people, propertythe environment.
  • d) None of the previous
  • Each major hazard installation should have an on-site emergency plan.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • The emergency plan identifies other key roles to be played by workers (e.g. first-aiders, firefighting, atmospheric monitoring staff, casualty reception staff), works management should ensure that these workers are aware of the precise nature of their rol
  • a) Trainingpractical exercises should be given
  • b) It is not necessary to inform workers about their duties in case of an accident / incident
  • c) Just inform the workers about their duties in case of an accident / incident
  • d) Training should be given to workers
  • The emergency plan should be revised when shortcomings have become known,should be reviewed at least annually. An annual full-scale exercise will help in maintaining a high level of proficiency.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • a) workers
  • b) the local authoritywork management
  • c) work management
  • d) the local authority
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • The populations that could be affected within the vulnerable zone are
  • a) Just workers
  • b) motoristsvisitors
  • c) residents of the vulnerable zone
  • d) All previous
  • The communities that may be affected with a possible accident should know what the warnings will bewhat to do during an emergency, how to obtain additional information,when to evacuate if necessary.
  • a) True
  • b) False

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