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ChemiPPR TEST SYTSEM

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Health

  • In any activity where it is usedwhere workers may be exposed to dangerous chemical agents, there may be a risk to health.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • What are the routes of entry into the human body chemical.
  • a) inhalation, skin (or eye) absorption
  • b) inhalation, skin (or eye) absorption, ingestion,injection.
  • c) inhalation, Ingestioninjection
  • d) Ingestioninjection
  • Occupational exposure values (OELs) are set to prevent occupational diseasesother adverse effects in workers exposed to hazardous chemicals in the workplace.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • The identification of chemicals in terms of environmental contamination that should be considered.
  • a) Quantity of product used
  • b) Hazards (in terms of their toxicity)
  • c) Exposure time (dose)
  • d) All previous
  • Measures for the preventioncontrol of chemical health risks include:
  • a) Engineering Controls
  • b) Administrative practices
  • c) Personal protective equipment
  • d) All previous
  • Certain groups of workers may be at increased risk when working with dangerous substances. This may be due to several reasons:
  • a) Poor working conditionsInexperience (coupled with inadequate supervision)
  • b) Increased susceptibility to the effects of chemicalsCommunication difficulties
  • c) Lack of trainingexperiencelack of access to preventive services
  • d) All previous
  • Where to find toxicity information:
  • a) Only at the manufacturer
  • b) Safety Data Sheets
  • c) Only in packaging
  • d) None of the previous
  • How many headings contain the Safety Data Sheets (SDS):
  • a) 10
  • b) 20
  • c) 16
  • d) 11
  • What information needs to be provided on a Safety Data Sheets (SDS)?
  • a) Identification of the substance/mixtureof the company/undertaking; Hazards identification; Composition/information on ingredients; First-aid measures;
  • b) Fire-fighting measures; Accidental release measures; Handlingstorage; Exposure controls/personal protection;
  • c) Physicalchemical properties; Stabilityreactivity; Toxicological information; Ecological information; Disposal considerations; Transport information; Regulatory information; Other information;
  • d) All previous
  • The safety data sheet can´t be easily accessed by your employeesby emergency services.
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • When working with chemicals it is necessary to follow the rules of personal hygiene including:
  • a) Always wash your hands after handling chemicals
  • b) Not eat, drinksmoke in handlingnear the storage site
  • c) Separate work clothes other clothes
  • d) All previous
  • Safetyhygiene in the workplace should be a priority when using dangerous substances:
  • a) The use of Personal Protective Equipment when working with hazardous substances is always necessary
  • b) You do not need any special training to work with hazardous substances
  • c) Warning signslabelling of products are only the responsibility of the manufacturernot the user
  • d) Isn´t necessary that the safety data sheets on all hazardous products are available
  • The Personal Protective Equipment we can consider that these are:
  • a) The first choice in relation to protection measures
  • b) Should be used by the risk, when other measures are Insufficiently effective
  • c) Its correct usage results in the total elimination of the risks to which the people is exposed
  • d) Non previous
  • The Human health effects caused by exposure to toxic substances fall into two categories: short-termlong-term effects. Short-term effects (or acute effects) have a relatively quick onset (usually minutes to days) after brief exposures to relatively high c
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Which of these groups is usually designated as one of the most sensitive sub-populations for exposures to toxic substances:
  • a) Adult women
  • b) Adult men
  • c) Infants
  • d) Adolescents

Environment

  • Can be said that environmental aspect is reasonenvironmental impact is consequence
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Environmental indicator is wider concept than environmental index
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Main environmental aspects of ironsteel industry are dealing with materialenergy questions
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • There is no waste water emissions coke oven plant
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • The major greenhouse gases are CO2CH4
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • The IPPC directive includes not a permission procedure
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • By mathematical modelling it is possible to describe, how chemicals distributechange in environment
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Basis of water quality modelling is hydrological system
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Air dispersion models are used for emergency planning
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Groundwater flow can be described by differential equationssolved by numerical methods
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Non-point pollution sources are not significant for environment
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Heavy metals cannot affect genetic changes in aquatic organisms
  • a) True
  • b) False
  • Acid waste waterwater
  • a) accumulate on fish bodies
  • b) increases erosion
  • c) can clarify recipient water
  • d) causes oxygen depletion
  • Modelling of environmental impact can be based on
  • a) chemical characteristics
  • a) chemical characteristics
  • b) measurements
  • c) formulas of physical phenomena
  • d) public questionnaires
  • Chemicals in soil, groundwatersurface water; what is correct:
  • a) Darcy’s law describes chemical reactions in soil
  • b) Nutrients cause secondary oxygen demand in lakes
  • c) Chemical behaviour in soil depends also of grain size of soil particles
  • d) Oil does not move with ground water

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