Weld Safety

1. What is the best reference source for welding safety?

A. Any industrial safety manual.

B. AWS-Z49.1



2. Which is most important in a welding environment?

A. Shop Safety.

B. Personal Safety.

C. Industrial Safety.

D. All of the above.

3. The first consideration in any welding operation is?

A. Quality / workmanship.

B. Productivity / efficiency.

C. Safety.

D. Technical knowledge.

4. Typical occupational hazards for weldors may be?

A. Infra-red and Ultra-violet radiation.

B. Toxic fumes and poisonous gases.

C. Electrical shock, explosion.

D. All of the above and more.

5. Accidents usually.

A. are a result of unsafe conditions.

B. are a result of unsafe acts.

C. are a results of Ignorance, carelessness, incompotence, misconduct ie;

D. are a combination of the above.

6. Accidents usually.

A. are constructed.

B. are unpredictable.

C. terminate with favorable consequences

D. are un-avoidable.

7. Welding.

A. is an un-safe occupation.

B. is very safe when you follow the proper safety procedures.

C. accidents and hazards can not be prevented.

D. safety is an option.

8. Highly Skilled Weldors always.

A. keep up with the latest developments in welding.

B. earn good wages.

C. practice safety.

D. all of the above.

9. Safety in welding.

A. comes naturally.

B. can be learned by watching other weldors.

C. must be carefully practiced.

D. is not always the most important thing.

10. Weldors, who do not practice safety, usually?

A. may damage equipment.

B. may hurt themselfs and/or others.

C. make lousy organ donors.

D. all of the above.

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