UAF EHSRM Employee Safety Orientation
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Quiz: New Employee Orientation
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1) What consequences might you face for reporting an incident or unsafe condition?
A) Reprimand from Administration.
B) There should be no consequences, you are protected by law.
C) You could potentially be rewarded under the Safety Incentive Program.
D) Both B and C.
2. Who should you contact with questions about disposals of chemicals, batteries, or biohazards?
A) EHSRM Environmental.
B) EHSRM Risk Management.
C) EHSRM Hazardous Materials.
D) EHSRM Industrial Hygiene.
3. What are the leading causes of injuries resulting in Worker Compensation?
A) Strain or Injury by lifting and Slips/falls outdoors
B) Vehicle collisions and heavy lifting.
C) Chemical exposures and slips/falls outdoors.
D) Indoor falls and heavy lifting incidents
4. Which of the following areas would NOT be a concern for the UAF EHSRM Industrial Hygiene program?
A) Use of chemicals in a laboratory.
B) Protection of minors in the workplace.
C) Respirator fit tests and hearing protection fit tests.
D) Indoor air quality concerns.
5. Where do you submit an Occupational Injury or Illness (typically referred to as a Workman's Comp Form)?
A) The Origami Online Incident Reporting System.
B) UAF EHSRM Department.
C) Federal OSHA Region VI Office.
D) Both A & B.
6. An "Incident / Accident Report" should be filed with EHSRM when an accident results in __________?
A) No time loss from work.
B) No medical treatment (other than local first aid).
C) No loss of consciousness.
D) All the above.
7. An "Unsafe Condition Report" should be filed with EHSRM when you notice or witness a __________?
A) A broken handrail.
B) Overloaded circuit.
C) Broken stairs.
D) All the above.
8. What should you do if a student or visitor is injured in your department?
A) Escort them out of the department.
B) Ask them if they have medical insurance.
C) Call 911 if necessary.
D) Report the incident using the Origami Risk program on EHSRM’s website.
E) C and D.
9. When must you notify EHSRM if you or an injured coworker is transported to the hospital?
A) Within 24 hours from the time of the accident.
B) Within 24 hours of admission to the hospital.
C) Immediately upon knowing of transportation.
D) Immediately after discharge from the hospital.
10) When might you need an ergonomic assessment?
A) You feel uncomfortable at your workstation.
B) You perform awkward and / or repetitive movements throughout the workday.
C) You feel exhausted or experience pain, numbness, or inflammation of body parts at the end of a shift.
D) Any of the above.
11) The BEST way to report an unsafe condition is to:
A) Use the Unsafe Condition Report found on the EHS&RM web site at
B) Call EHSRM.
C) Send an email to
D) Call campus Police Department.
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