a) Give two benefits of managing work-related road safety.
b) When undertaking a risk assessment for a company car driver, outline the factors to consider when assessing:
• the driver
• the vehicle
• the journey
a) Describe the employee’s duties under the Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992.
b) Describe why personal protective equipment must be considered as a last resort in the control of occupational health hazards.
problem 3: Sketch and describe the universally accepted hand signals for:
a) Start operation
b) End of operation
d) Move forwards
e) Danger/emergency stops
problem 4: Name the four Safety Sign Colors and corresponding shapes. Describe their meanings with an illustration of each.
a) Define a confined space and list four exs.
b) Outline an appropriate safety system and method for undertaking work in one of the exs given in your answer to (a).
problem 6: An ignition source is a key ingredient in the occurrence of an explosive or fire incident. Name four key heat energy ignition sources and give exs of where they might be encountered in the workplace.
problem 7: When considering control of noise at work:
a) describe with exs the three distinct parts into which every noise problem can be broken down.
• The upper and lower noise exposure action values for both daily or weekly levels (A-rated) and peak sound pressure levels (C-weighted).
• The exposure limit value over a daily or weekly personal noise exposure (A-weighted) and peak sound pressure (C-weighted).
problem 8: On a building site, give five exs of appropriate treatments that could be considered when reviewing the magnitude of noise at source.