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HAZARD & RISK ASSESSMENT Click here to test your knowledge
Keep fires clear of papers, clothes etc All drawers should be closed Beware of trailing wires Question 1 Click on the correct statement
WELL DONE Correct Qu1 KEEP FIRES CLEAR OF CLOTHES, PAPERS ETC All heaters are a fire hazard next
NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN Wrong Qu1
Do not overload top drawer – open one drawer at a time Some drawers can be opened together Beware of obstacles Question 2 Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu2 WELL DONE Do not OVERLOAD TOP DRAWER – open one drawer at a time next
Wrong Qu2 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 3 Click on the correct statement Question 3 Leave drawer open when answering the phone All drawers should be closed Leave open if someone requires your help elsewhere
Correct Question 3 WELL DONE All drawers should be closed next
Wrong Question 3 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 4 Keep heaters clear of papers, clothes etc Do not put cigarette ends in office bins Report defective equipment immediately Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu4 WELL DONE Keep cigarettes away from waste bins. Fire Hazard Paper in bins can catch fire next
Wrong Question 4 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 5 Only stand on unstable chairs Do not stand on anything unstable Someone should hold the chair steady Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu5 WELL DONE Do not stand on anything unstable next
Wrong Question 5 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Cant see but I know the way Be able to see over your load Beware of obstacles in the your path Question 6 Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu6 WELL DONE Correct Qu5 Be able to see over your load next
Wrong Question 6 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 7 Keep heaters clear of papers, clothes etc Fire Exits and Fire Doors should be kept clear at all times All passage ways should be kept clear Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu7 WELL DONE Fire Exits and Fire Doors should be kept clear at all times next
Wrong Question 7 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 8 Carry heavy goods the correct way to avoid back strain Lifting heavy goods keeps you fit Grit your teeth and get on with it Click on the correct statement This is Heavy!!
Correct Qu8 WELL DONE This is Heavy!! Carry heavy goods the correct way to avoid back strain next
Wrong Question 8 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN This is Heavy!!
Question9 A little tape round that wire will sort it out Report defective equipment immediately The wire is safe enough – it still works Click on the correct statement
WELL DONE Report defective equipment immediately Correct9 next
NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN Electricity at work can be dangerous Wrong9
Question 10 Loose carpet or lino can be dangerous All drawers should be closed Beware of trailing wires Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu10 WELL DONE Loose carpet or lino can be dangerous next
Wrong Qu 10 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 11 Keep fires clear of papers, clothes etc All drawers should be closed Beware of trailing wires Click on the correct statement
Correct Qu11 WELL DONE Beware of trailing wires next
Wrong Question 111 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Report any glare on screen Glare can give me a tan Wear sunglasses until I get used to the glare Click on the correct statement Question 12
Correct Qu12 Report any glare on screen WELL DONE next
Wrong Question 12 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN
Question 13 Do not stack files or papers too high Put something next to stack to keep it up Put a heavy book on top to steady stack Click on the correct statement
Correct 13 WELL DONE next Do not stack files or papers too high
Incorrect 13 NOT CORRECT TRY AGAIN Oh!!! Look at the mess
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Keep fires clear of papers, clothes etc All drawers should be closed Beware of trailing wires Question 1 Click on the correct statement.
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