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Region I

Schools Division Office City of San Fernando


SAN FERNANDO SOUTH CENTRAL INTEGRATED SCHOOL
Tanqui, City of San Fernando, La Union

FOURTH QUARTER EXAM


EIM 10

Name: ______________________________Grade/Sec: ________ Date: _______ Score: _________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Read and analyse. Choose the letter of your answer and blanken the
circle that corresponds your answer.

ABCD
O O O O 1. Sometimes called thin-wall, and is commonly used instead of galvanized rigid
conduit (GRC), as it is less costly and lighter than GRC.
A. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT) B. Rigid Non-metallic Conduit (RNMC)
C. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) D. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)

O O O O 2. A type of Metal conduits that is commonly used in commercial and industrial


buildings.
A. Rigid Non-metallic Conduit (RNMC) B. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)
C. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT) D. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

O O O O 3. Used in construction because it is more effective than traditional materials such


as copper, iron or wood in pipe and profile applications.
A. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) B. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT)
C. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC) D. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)

O O O O 4. The third-most widely produced plastic.


A. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT) B. Rigid Non-metallic Conduit (RNMC)
C. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) D. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)

O O O O 5. Used in construction because it is more effective than traditional materials such


as copper, iron or wood in pipe and profile applications.
A. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) B. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT)
C. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC) D. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)

O O O O 6. Used in clothing and upholstery, electrical cable insulation, Pipes (electrical and
water), inflatable products, and many applications in which it replaces rubber.
A. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT) B. Rigid Non-metallic Conduit (RNMC)
C. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) D. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)

O O O O 7. The lightest in weight compared to other conduit materials, and usually lower in
cost than other forms of conduit.
A. Electrical metallic tubing (EMT) B. Rigid Non-metallic Conduit (RNMC)
C. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) D. Galvanized rigid conduit (GRC)

O O O O 8. Conduits that are used to connect to motors or other devices where


isolation from vibration is useful, or where an excess number of fittings would be
needed to use rigid connections.
A. Flexible conduits B. Non-metal conduits C. Metal conduits D. PCC
O O O O 9. Type of Flexible conduits used in dry places.
A. Flexible Metallic Conduit B. Liquidtight Flexible Metal (LFMC)
C. Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit D. Non-metal conduits

O O O O 10. Type of flexible conduit which is water resistant.


A. Flexible Metallic Conduit B. Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit
C. Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit D. Non-metal conduits

O O O O 11. Type of flexible conduit which is flame-resistant


A. Flexible Metallic Conduit (FMC) B. Liquidtight Flexible Metal Conduit
C. Liquidtight Flexible Nonmetallic Conduit D. Non-metal conduits

O O O O 12. Device used for fixing conduit, they provide a very secure method of fixing for
conduits.
A. Saddles B. Tee C. surface junction box D. Nails

O O O O 13. Power lines coming from the transformer to your house are covered and okay
to touch.
A. true B. false

O O O O 14. It is not safe to climb a tree located near a power line at any time. Electricity
has the ability to “jump” from the power line to the tree, thus electrocuting the
“tree climber.”
A. true B. false

O O O O 15. It is safe to touch a power line with a pole, antenna or other object.
A. true B. false

O O O O 16. If you see a downed, or low hanging power line, you should:
A. Move it out of the way and call your local electric cooperative.
B. Don’t worry about it.
C. Stay clear and call the electric cooperative immediately.
d. Fix the power line

O O O O17. How much voltage is needed to hurt or kill people:


A. 120 volts B. 240 volts C. More than 240 volts D. Any voltage

O O O O 18. Most power lines are:


A. Bare and dangerous to touch B. Insulated and touchable
C. Bare, but okay to touch D. Safe to touch

O O O O 19. Flammable materials should:


A. Always be stored near electrical equipment that may cause a spark.
B. Not be stored near electrical equipment that may cause a spark.

O O O O 20. Using a telephone during a lightning storm is dangerous.


A. true B. false

O O O O 21. Water is the best conductor of electricity.


A. True B. False

O O O O 22. If you see someone touching a downed power line, do not attempt to rescue
him or her.
A. True B. False

O O O O 23. One safe work practice while working around electrical equipment is:
A. Wear jewelry. B. Use conductive ladders.
C. Use insulated tools. D. Wear keys or key chains on your clothing.

O O O O 24. The most dangerous place to use electrical equipment is?


A. indoors. B. outdoors. C. near water. D. near other electrical equipment.

O O O O 25. You discover the electrical cord on a drill has been damaged and some of the
cord’s insulation is missing. You should?
A. wraps tape around the damaged spot to prevent electrical shocks.
B. checks to see if the drill still works.
C. tag the drill out of service and notify the department responsible for
equipment maintenance.
D. makes sure that the cord does not come in contact with the floor.

O O O O 26. The safest ladder to use around electricity is?


A. Wood. B. Fiberglass. C. Aluminum. D. A step stool.

O O O O 27. The earth, water, concrete and the human body are all conductors of
electricity
A. True B. False

O O O O 28. The effects of an electrical shock on the body depend upon all of the following
EXCEPT:
A. Current. B. Path. C. Duration. D. Body weight.

O O O O 29. Injuries from electricity can include which of the following?


A. Electric shock that may or may not result in electrocution.
B. Falls.
C. Burns.
D. All of the above.

O O O O 30. Open knock outs on outlet boxes:


A. Must be reported and repaired as soon as possible.
B. Are permitted by OSH.
C. Are common because replacing knock outs is expensive.
D. Pose no hazard as the electrical wiring has been rerouted.

O O O O 31. Which of the following is acceptable by OSH standards?


A. An unqualified employee flipping tripped breakers in a breaker box.
B. Plugging and extension cord into a second extension cord.
C. Removing a ground pin if needed to plug into a two prong outlet.
D. A qualified person repairing an extension cord.

O O O O 32. Flexible cords can be used in the workplace:


A. As a substitute for permanent wiring.
B. If they are run behind walls to reduce the chance of abrasion and damage.
C. If heavy or extra heavy duty cords are needed for temporary purposes.
D. If any obvious splices are repaired with electrical tape.

O O O O 33. It is the responsibility of all employees to understand and use electrical safety
everyday.
A. True B. False

O O O O 34. Fuses and circuit breaker are designed to protect people from shocks.
A. True B. False

O O O O 35. When a circuit breaker trips, you should immediately reset it.
A. True B. False
O O O O 36. Extension cords should never be used as a permanent power source.
A. True B. False

O O O O 37. A person qualified to perform electrical work must possess:


a. Skills/techniques to distinguish live parts from other parts of electrical
equipment.
b. Skills and techniques to determine the nominal voltage of exposed live parts.
c. Knowledge on the use of PPE, insulating and shielding materials, and insulated
tools.
d. All of the above.

O O O O 38. Electrical injuries are commonly caused by:


A. Unsafe equipment or installations B. An unsafe environment
C. Unsafe work practices. D. All of the above

O O O O 39. When working with electrical components you should


A. Run around the room B. Sing
C. Check your facebook D. Follow all written procedures

O O O O 40. The main reason electrical injuries occur is:


A. Because electrical injuries are a way of life and cannot be avoided
B. Electrical systems for the most part are extremely dangerous.
C. Procedures are inappropriate, procedures are not followed or ignored,
and safety systems are bypassed.
D. There is no such thing as an electrical injury.

O O O O 41. What should you do if a portable power tool is damaged, hot, or sparking?
A. Nothing; continue using the tool
B. Do not use the equipment and tag it "Out of Service".
C. Give it to a coworker to use.
D. It's o.k. to use it, as long as it is not used around water.

O O O O 42. What is a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter?


A. A fast-acting device that is sensitive to very low levels of current flow to
ground, designed to sense leaks of current large enough to cause serious
personal injury.
B. A device used to check electrical continuity.
C. A device for checking the magnetic field of a piece of equipment.
D. A fast-acting device that is designed to protect pieces of electrical
equipment.

O O O O 43. An electrical conductor that is without insulation or guarding is considered


A. Exposed B. De-energized C. Energized D. Never Hazardous

II. ENUMERATION: Enumerate the following.

Types of Bends
44.
45.

Fittings and fixtures used in the installation of PVC conduits.


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