Range Safety Officer Open Book Exam
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Part 1: Facility Standards
1. For target installations, when the public has access to the range, the safety barriers must be: *
1 point
2. Warning tape should be placed (select all that apply): *
3 points
3. Behind the shooting line, there must be a safety zone of at least: *
1 point
4. If a shooting lane runs parallel to a thoroughfare: *
1 point
5. For 3D and field installations, there should be a safety zone behind each target of: *
1 point
6. For 3D and field installations, there should be a safety zone on each side of the shooting lanes of: *
1 point
7. In 3D, if moving targets are used, a backstop material must: *
2 points
8. 3D paths must: *
1 point
9. For indoor target, doors or windows situated in front of or beside the shooting line must be: *
1 point
10. The backstop must be at least how far from the wall: *
1 point
11. The indoor safety zone behind the shooting line is: *
1 point
12. For any type of indoor shooting, the height of the shooting area must be at least: *
1 point
13. For indoor 3D, if the shooting positions are not in line, the minimum lateral distance between the 2 shooting posts must be: *
1 point
14. For indoor 3D, outdoor 3D and field events, when using a raised shooting position: *
3 points
15. For outdoor target archery, a backstop must be high enough to stop arrows which have just missed the top of the butts at: *
1 point
16. For a practice range, a club should have butts that: *
1 point
17. For an outdoor practice range, a club should have: *
1 point
18. For a target tournament, a club should use the following to tell people when to shoot: *
1 point
19. In case of any emergency in practice or during a tournament, a club should post: *
5 points
20. When should a club have its facilities inspected by a judge or provincial association in order to make sure that the installation is safe? *
1 point
21. When should a club have its facilities re-inspected by a judge or provincial association in order to make sure that the installation is safe? *
1 point
22. Where should the club post the notice regarding personal liability? *
1 point
Part 2: Participation Standards
23. A new archer to your club should become a member of: *
1 point
24. In order to compete at any national archery championship in Canada, the new archer needs to be a member of: *
1 point
25. When running a club-level practice or training session your club should use coaches/instructors at the: *
1 point
26. When instructing beginner archers, your club should use the following archers-to- instructor ratio: *
1 point
27. For indoor practice, your club should use the following set up when youth and adults are shooting at different distances: *
1 point
28. If diagonal shooting lanes are used indoors: *
4 points
29. If new archers come to your club, the range safety officer should verify that: *
1 point
30. For target competitions, which of the following DOES NOT apply? *
1 point
31. For target competitions, which of the following DOES apply? *
3 points
32. Which of the following options apply to field and 3D competitions: *
3 points
Part 3: Personal Safety
33. If there is open practice: *
1 point
34. If there is an accident or injury during practice or training at the club, the victim should file an incident report and send it to the club secretary: *
1 point
35. If there is an accident or injury during an organised event or clinic sanctioned by the provincial archery association, the person in charge must file an incident report to the provincial archery association secretary: *
1 point
Part 4: Emergency Action Plan
36. The Charge Person should: *
3 points
37. The Call Person should (select all that apply): *
2 points
Part 5: Safety Regulations
38. The club should have a first-aid kit near shooting areas at all times which includes: *
7 points
39. Ethical archers always: *
3 points
40. A judge should always: *
4 points
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