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IGC1 True/False questions new syllabus

Day 1
1. Occupational health and safety is not multi-disciplinary.
2. Complexity is one of the barriers to good standards of health and
safety.
3. There is no difference in meaning between the words: health, safety,
welfare, and environment.
4. The reasons for good health and safety are moral, social and economic.
5. All costs of accidents are direct.
6. Where a country has no health and safety law it does not need to adopt
any standards.
7. ILO is an agency of the UN.
8. Employers and workers both have responsibilities.
9. ILO-OSH 2001 does not give any guidelines on managing health and
safety.
10. The first step in the ILO-OSH 2001 model for health and safety
management is preparation

Day 2
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Health and safety policies do not have a role in decision-making.


There are four key elements to a health and safety policy.
Health and safety policies should be reviewed annually.
The arrangements part of a policy refers to how health and safety is
managed.
5. Suppliers, manufacturers and designers do not have any
responsibilities.
6. Contractors working for a company hold all responsibility for
accidents.
7. There is a correlation between safety performance and safety
culture.
8. Poor decision-making does not lead to poor culture.
9. A good culture depends on good communication and competence
10.
Motivation influences safety related behaviour.

Day 3
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Hazard and risk are different.


Worker representatives are allowed to investigate accidents.
Risk is a measure of likelihood and time.
Residual risk is what is left at the bottom of a risk assessment form.
Risk assessments need reviewing.
PPE is at the top of the hierarchy of control.

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7. Emergency procedures should include how to contact the rescue


services.
8. Every workplace needs a first-aid room.
9. Anyone carrying out first-aid should be trained.
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Targets set for health and safety need not be measurable.
Day 4
1. Accident investigation reports are an internal source of information.
2. A confined space is any area where it is difficult to get into or out of
the space.
3. It is possible to be classed as a lone worker even though there are
other people about.
4. Reactive monitoring is concerned with analysing accident data.
5. Workplace safety tours are an example of active monitoring.
6. Workplace inspections have no disadvantages to them.
7. Safety audits are not evidence based.
8. Safe systems of work include technical, procedural and behavioural
controls.
9. A permit-to-work system will always prevent an accident.
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A permit-to-work can be extended.
11.
Benchmarking can help a company to improve.

Day 5
1. Accidents are investigated so that we can repeat them.
2. A dangerous occurrence always involves personal injury.
3. Gathering information after an accident is only concerned with
observation.
4. Instances of ill-health need not be analysed.
5. Major injuries should always be reported to the authorities.
6. Reviewing performance should lead to improvements.
7. Major accidents have no effect on a company.
8. When interviewing witnesses, asking questions with yes or no
answers is the quickest and most effective.
9. People always report accidents if the company rules require it.
10.
During the annual review of health and safety performance,
the board of directors will review performance indicators to see if
the safety performance is on target.

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