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1. who must sign an issuer’s certificates ?

( confusion)
a. the issuer foreman
b. the suprident /
c. the designated representative
d. the issuer

2. how long will certificate be valid?


a. 90 days
b. Two year/
c. Six months
d. One year
3. Why do we use the work permit system ?
a. Two monitor contractor manhour
b. To prevent accident/
c. To renew certificate
d. To report accidents
4. Work permit must be issued for ?
a. General equipment at small work sites.
b. Specific tools of general location.
c. Specific work at specific location/

5. A work permit issuer is responsible for ?


a. The receiver action
b. Extending certificates
c. Nothing once he issues the permit
d. Equipment or work area/

6. Why is designated representative sometimes used?


a. The issuer may be busy and need help
b. The receiver did not come towork
c. To many safety programs were found
d. The gas testar found high level lel readings
7. What can the designated representative do?
a. Accept the receivers responsibilities.
b. Inspect the work site.
c. Authorize the receiver to leave.
d. Sign the permit

8. When preparing equipment for maintenance work, the issuer


must make sureof which of the following?
a. Isolated,repaired and certificate
b. Shutdown isolated and de-energized
c. Electrified,isolated and shutdown
d. De-energized with the power turned on.

9. What kind of material is commonly used to purge process


equipment?
a. Solvent
b. Air
c. Nitrous oxide
d. Nitrogen

10. Why do we install blinds in process equipment?


a. Its government requirement.
b. To isolate liquids or gases from contacting people
c. To keep the equipment on standby
d. To prevent blindness

11. Who is the receiver ?


a. Senior operator
b. Unit engineer.
c. Senior craftsman
d. Unit foreman
12. What responsibility do issuer and receivers share when
signing a work permit?
a. Responsibility to emergency events
b. Monitoring the operation of the process equipments
c. Maintaining the safety condition at site
d. Getting countersignature from superintendents
13. Restricted areas include which location?
a. Pump station,tank farm and gas wells
b. Gas plant,tank farm and assembly area
c. Welding shop, pump stations and assembly area
d. Dining hall,housing unit and operating area

14. Who should point out hazard and write on the work
permit?
a. Standby man
b. Superintendent
c. Issuer
d. Receiver

15. What must be checked during the joint site inspection?

a. Equipment condition
b. Attendance report
c. Gas test
d. Safety devices

16. Who install locks and tag first?


a. Power distribution
b. Operation
c. Any person fom each group
d. Electrical engineer
17. What is oxygen deficiency?
a. Oxygen tha is above flash point
b. Higher the normal level of oxygen
c. Lower than normal level of oxygen
d. Less than 23.5% of oxygen

18. Before work start ,field switch must be checked by starting


it to make sure ?
a. The receiver tag is installed
b. Lock and tags are installed
c. There is no gas in the area
d. It cannot accidentlly start

19. Who is responsible for safety at the worksite after the


permits has been extended?
a. The original issuer and receiver
b. The one who originally didi the joint site inspection
c. The issuer and receiver who sign the extension.
d. The person who countersigned the permit.

20. Work permit can be issued for 30 days if?


A. The receiver cannot close the work permit
B. Only cold work can be allowed
C. The work site is far
D. It is highly unlikely condition will change

1. What type of work permit is required to erect scaffolding to


work on a gas line in a plant.
a. No work permit is required
b. Hot work permit
c. Confined space entry permit
d. Cold work permit

2. Before hot work start sewers and drains shall be covered with
a fire-resistant cover if they are located with in.
a. 75 feet
b. 85 feet
c. 79 feet
d. 125 feet

3. What must be done before issuing work permits that’s affect


other operating areas?
a. No action is required’
b. The issuer must obtain the approvals and signature of the
other issuers whose operations will be affected
c. A superiintendent must countersign the work permit
d. Non-sparking tools must be used

4. A hot work permit is required for


a. All confined space entry of tanks/vessels
b. All realease of hazardous material
c. All work in restricted areas involving ignition sources
d. All work done in restricted areas

5. When locking out and tagging equipment


a. There is a no reason to record on the tag the
name,locations, or number of the equipment being locked
out.
b. The issuer should record on the tag which equipments is
locked out but there is no need to record its location
c. There is no reasons to record the name of the equipments,
but its number should be recorded on the tag
d. The issuer should record on the tag which equipment is
locked out and where the equipment is located

6. If a work permit is issued without a joint site inspection,the


issuer shall:
a. Advise loss prevention immediately
b. Issue a cold work permit only
c. Explain why on the permit.
d. Advise his supervisor

7. If a joint site inspection is required, it must be done


a. By the permit receiver and issuer or his designated
representative
b. By the permit receiver and his supervisor
c. In the office it the issuer and receiver agree
d. By the permit issuer and his supervisor

8. Wind direction must be considered during realse work


because
a. Because work must be always take place downwind of the
release
b. Flammable gases may be blown towards an ignition source
c. Items may be blown to the site making the work area
untidy
d. Dust particle may be blown into opened lines and vessels
9. If new hazards develop at a job site that were not discussed
on the work permit the receiver should.
a. Continue to work until a new work permit can be issued
b. Stop the job and inform the issuer
c. Continue to work but work safety
d. Continue with the work until he is instructed by the issuer
to do otherwise

10. The oxygen content for work without breathing apparatus


must be in the range
a. 99-100%
b. 10-20%
c. 20-21%
d. 9-10%

11. The gas test results show o2=20%,lel=60%,H2S=8ppm


.under the work permit systems procedures,what action must
be done by the issuer?
a. Require thereciever to use a breathing apparatus(scott air
pack)
b. Only a cold work permit could be issued
c. No work permit should be issued
d. Confined space and cold work permits could be issued

12. What type of permits are required to build scaffolding with


hand tools inside of a tank/ vessels?
a. Cold work and confined space entry
b. Realease and coldwork
c. Confined space enry and hot work
d. Hot and cold work
13. What is the reasons for the additional precautions section
on the work permit?
a. So the additional work locations can be listed
b. So that additional items of equipments can be listed
c. For the issuer to add special safety precautions and
requirements.
d. For the issuer to write ‘work safely’ or ‘be carefull’.
14. A workman is permitted to enter an atmosphere
containing-------- oxygen without wearing breathing
apparatus.
a. 16%
b. 21%
c. 12%
d. 4.3%
15. The realease of hazardous liquids and gases permit is
required
a. Only after a substance is realeased
b. Only for the release of crude products
c. To document the release of hazardous material
d. For intentional or potential release of flammable or
hazardous material

16. Which permit is required to enter an underground valve


box which is greater than 4 feet deep?
a. Confined space entry.
b. Hot work
c. Cold work
d. Realease of hazardous liquids of gases

17. Who must sign work permits if they will be used for more
than 16 hours and upto 30 days?
a. Inspection superintendent andloss prevention
superintendent
b. Security operations superitendents and loss prevention
manager
c. Maintainanace manager and loss prevention manager
d. Operation division head and maintainance division head

18. The confined space entry permit requires that


a. Only hot work can be done
b. The vessels are properly isolated
c. Non-sparking tools be used
d. Only cold work can be performed
19. The receiver should stop work if
a. He feels the conditions at the work site ae not safe
b. Recievers cannot stop work without the issuers permission
c. The job is complete
d. Only if he smells gas
20. What precautions should br taken when issuing
a. Get countersignature by a manager
b. Get permission from your supervisor
c. Cover sewers/drains,provide fire extinguisher
d. Get advance notification from loss preventions

21. Which of the following results allow confined space works

a. Lel-80%,h2S-5ppm,oxygen-20%
b. Lel-0%,h2s-9ppm,oxygen-21%
c. Lel-0%h2s-100ppm,oxygen-20%
d. Lel-80%,h2s-0ppm,oxygen-21%

22. A work permit may be extended for one


a. Only cold work is being done
b. The work is almot complete
c. The new on-coming issuer and receiver
d. All hot work has been completed
23. Where are work permits required?
a. All recreation
b. All restricted areas
c. All fenced areas
d. All audi Aramco areas
24. Work permit must be closed.
a. At the begning of the next work shift
b. By signatures of the issuer and receiver as soon as work is
complete
c. Whenever a craftsman leaves the job site
d. Whenever the receiver leaves the job site
25. What type of work permit is required for the work that
introduces an ignation source in a restricted areas?
a. Hot work
b. Confined space entry
c. Re;ease of hazardous material
d. Cold work

a. a
b. All the answers
1. Which of the following are the part of the entrants
responsibilities ?
a. Never enters until all precautions are in place and he
understands th work assignment
b. Maintains communication with the standby man
c. Alerts standby man and other entrants to exit in case of
emergency
d. All the answers
EXERCISE C

1. A confined space entry permit is required for jobs when


you enter a confined space.
a. True
b. False
2. Vessel entry for cleaning activities in hydrocarbon
processing plants requires a confined space entry cse
permit.
a. True
b. False

3. A confined space entry permit ensures the proper


preparations of the confined space , identification and
control of hazard , the safe entry and exit of personnel, and
rescue plans are in place.
a. True
b. False
4. A confined space entry plan is the written _________ to
isolate ,depressurized , clean,drain,purge or ventilate, and
perform emergency rescue unique to a specific confined
space.
a. Procedures
b. Stories
c. Quotations
d. Essay
5. During the joint site inspection, all hazards and controls are
identified and recorded on the work permit form and
become conditions for the confined space entry?
a. True
b. False

EXERCISE D

1. Select the correct statement when LEL equals to or


greater than 10 %.
a. No entry is permitted
b. Permitted only while continuously wearing n SCBA
.division head must be countersign
c. Permitted without an atmosphere-upplying respirator
d. All entries permitted
2. An LEL concentration of less than 5% allows what type
of work?
a. Permitted to perform cold work and confined space
entry allowed.
b. Permitted to perform hot work and confined space
entry
c. Not permitted to perform any work and no entry into
confined space is allowed.
d. Not permitted to enter into confined space
3. When CO concentration is greater than 35 ppm but less
than 1000ppm, select the correct statement from the
following lists.
a. Allowed to perform work and confined space entry
with SCBA allowed with division head approval
b. Confined space entry and cold work only is allowed
c. Allowed to perform any work and no scba require
below 1000 ppm
d. Not allowed to perform any work and no entry
permitted above 35 ppm with pr with out SCBA.

4. Rescue from a confined space can only be done by?


a. The confined space entry supervisor
b. The craft foreman
c. The standby man
d. A trained rescue team
5. The standby man must have and ensure all enrants sign
the CSE ___________for all confined space entry.
a. Air mover
b. Vacuum truck
c. Entry log
d. Training plan
6. Ignition sources must be eliminated or controlled in a
confined space ,if they are present (eg., torch cutting)
you must ensure
a. Periodic gas test are performed
b. Fire protection equipment are present and a fire
watch
c. Air movers and other electrical equipment are
grounded to prevent static building
d. All the answers
7. Confined space entry is not permitted if the
atmoshphere is
a. At or above 10% LEL
b. H2S concentrations is at or above 100 ppm
c. Co concentration is at or above 1000ppm
d. O2 concentration is above 23.5%
e. All the answers
8. Select the correct statement when LEL equal to or
greater than 10%?
a. No entry are permitted
b. Permitted only while continuously wearing an
SCBA.division head must countersign
c. Permitted without an atmosphere –supplying
respirator
d. All entries permitted
9. Rescue from a confined space can only be done by?
a. The confined space entry supervisor
b. The craft foreman
c. The standby man
d. A trained rescue team
10. The stand by man must have and ensure all entraints
sign the CSE _________ for all confined space entry.
a. Air mover
b. Vacuum tank
c. Entry log
d. Training plan
11. Communication between entrants and stand by man
is important but when verbal,face to face of direct
visual contact is not possible what are other means of
communications ?
a. Two way radio
b. Hand signal
c. Rope communication OATH methods
d. All the answers
12. Ignition source must be eliminated or controlled in a
confined space, if they are present( eg tourch cutting)
you must ensure
a. Periodic gas tests are performed
b. Fire protection equipment are present and a fire watch
c. Air movers and other electrical equipment are grounded
to prevent static buildup
d. All the answers
13. Confined space entry is not permitted if the
atmosphere is.
a. At or above 10% LEL
b. H2s concentration is at or above 100 ppm
c. CO concentration is at or above 1000 ppm
d. O2 concentration is above 23.5 %
e. All the answers
EXERCISE E

1. Why does Saudi Aramco organizations have specific


emergency response plans ?
a. To avoid incorrect or delayed response
b. To avoid escalation and or increased damage or
casualties(victims)
c. To ensure everyone knows their roles and
responsibilities
d. To ensure you know how to respond,report and
evacuate to safe locations.
e. All the above
2. In case of an emergency you must immediately
report.
a. All work related injuries/illness or vehicle
collision, no matter how sight, to your
supervisor
b. All fires ,spills,and realease , no matter how
small , to your supervisor.
c. Any unsafe condition,practice,near miss, or
incient to your supervisor.
d. All the above answers
3. In case of an emergency, you must:
a. Follow local plans or instruction
b. Remain calm and stop work
c. Proceed immediately and safely to the
designated assembly point
d. Remain at assembly area until the all clear
signal is given
e. All the above answers

EXERCISE I

1. Why is a hot work permit required for abrasive blasting ?


a. A bonding system is not used
b. It may cause an ignition source
c. It creates extremely high temperatures
d. A fire watch is not required

2. How do we control welding activities in restricted areas ?


a. tell the area foreman
b. use portable radios
c. hot work permit and assign a fire watch
d. cold work permit and warning signs
3. why are welding,cutting and brazing tasks in confined space
dangerous ?
a. flammable atmosphere and combustible material can be
easily ignited by these tasks
b. they increase the risks of carbon monoxide co exposure
c. they increase the risk of low oxygen levels
d. all the above answers
4. true or false:for any cutting,welding or burning operations(even
if a hot work permit is not issued) a qualified fire watch must be
assigned ?
a. true
b. false

5. what are the some of the best precautions and controls to


prevent electrical fire ?
a. regular inspection
b. ul listed equipment and gfci or grounding for all portable
electrical tools
c. good house keeping
d. qualified personnel for maintainance
e. all the above

EXERCISE H

1. what are the six hazardous properties of h2s gas ?


-extremely toxic
-extremely flammable
-colourless
-heavier than air
-rotten egg smell
-solutions in water from weak acid.

2. what is produced when h2s burns ?

- sulphur dioxide

3. why should you look for the windsock if you hear a gas alarm ?

-for prevention we must be moved in cross wind direction


4. what happens to your sense of smell at higher concentrations of
h2s ?

- -losss of sense and dead

5. what is the main route of entry of h2s into your body ?

-BREATHING

6. when mixed with __________. H2s may form a corrosive acid ?

- water

7. what are four types of control measures that reduce the risks
associated with h2s gas.

-ventilations

-cleaning

-blind

-disconnect

8.if you hear the h2s alarm, you should immediately move to safety in
which direction ?

a. upwind

b. downwind

c. crosswind

d. not important just runaway


1. never attempt a rescue in an h2s area, unless you are fully
trained and wearind rpe(respiratory protection equipments)
protection.
2. You must wear RPE protection before entering an area where the
h2s concentrations IS 10PPM OR MORE
3. Only trained personnel wearing an SCABA should attempt to
rescue a victim of h2s exposure.
4. What are three Saudi Aramco facilities where h2s may be
found ?
-pipe lines
-seaways
-refinerese

5. Who is authorized to enter an area where the h2s alarm is


surrounding ?
- Only trained h2s rescuers\
6. Which direction should you move If you hear the h2s alarm ?
-crosswind

EXERCISE G

1. Why is it mandatory that asbestos material be kept wet with


water while it is being handled ?
a. To prevent fires and explosion from happening
b. Water change it into a non-hazardous material
c. Water keeps it cool durin hot summer months
d. Water keeps the fibers from becoming airborne
2. What is the distance compressed flammable gas cylinders
must be kept from those containing o2 or oxidizers ?
a. 6.1 meters or 20 feet
b. 5 meters or 16 feet
c. 10 meters or 33 feet
d. 3 meters or 10 feet
3. Identify two hazards that might be found when using
compressed air driven equipment ?
a. GFCI missing and not double-insulated
b. Damaged base plates and missing guards
c. Damaged hoses and missing coupling sfety pins
d. Tools rated over 115 volts nd damaged hoses
4. Why should you inspect a compressed gas cylinder before you
use it ?
a. To see if it needs to be painted
b. To check the bonding cable
c. To make sure it is safe to use
d. It is a gi requirement
5. Identify two hazards that are associated with abrasive blasting
equipments.
a. Nonfalammable gas and toxic gas
b. Iron sulphide and hydrogen sulfide
c. Ignition source and water spray
d. Low visibility and ignition source
6. Which of the following safety precautions must be used when
abrasive blasting ?
a. Dead-man switch ,dust masks and steel-toed safety
shoes
b. Air-supplied hoods,dead-man switch and bonding
c. Foot protection,dust masks and grounded equipments
d. Isolate ,purge and ground all electrical equipment
7. What must be provided to protect from radiation,when
radiography work is done ?
a. Respirators and skin protections
b. Hazard identification plan
c. Time,distance and shielding
d. Time, shielding and elevation
8. Why is spray-painting inside a confined space most dangerous
than spray painting in an open area ?
a. Flammable paint vapours may be become explosive in
a confined spaces
b. Paint can build up the inside of vessel walls ,top and
floor
c. Dust can cause paint not to dry properly in a confined
spaces
d. Paint cans can trip and injure workers in confined
spaces
9. Identify three safety precautions workers must take when
doing abrasive blsast cleaning ?
a. Deadman switch,respirator and bonding
b. Bonding , deadman switch and fire watch
c. Respirator, fire watch and bonding
d. Fire watch, respirator and dead man switch

EXERCISE F
1. What must be done before a backhoe can dig an excavation in a
hydrocarbon process area ?
a. Shutdown all critical process equipment
b. Have a standby man at all acess pints
c. Install shoring after the excavation is finished
d. Locate and mark all underground equipment and cables
2. What does shoring,benching and sloping refer to do ?
a. Installing catalyst in a vessel
b. Gardening or tre removal
c. Carpentry or woodworking
d. Preventing excavation collapse
3. What precautions must men take before the worked in a
excavation ?
a. Ground all double-insulated equipment
b. Assign a certified fire watch
c. Wear self contained breathing apparatus.
d. Check shoring,benching or sloping is in place
4. Which precautions should be taken to make sure people cannot
accidently fall into an excavations ?
a. Intall all barricades and warning signs
b. Have all people wear safety harness
c. Have all workers wear safety lanyards
d. Have all workers tie-off to the excavation
5. Why is it important to keep heavy equipment, sand rock or other
debris away from the edge of an excavation ?
a. To keep access ladders from becoming blocked
b. To keep the weight from caving in the excavation
c. To make enough room for barricades and warning signs
d. To keep bench guards from being covered or blocked
6. excavating machines are not allowed to operate closer than how
many meters from the nearest underground hazard?
a. 3m
b. 1m
c. 5m
d. 10m
7. Why is it unsafe to operate internal combustion engines near
excavations ?
a. Fuel leaks can fill up the excavation
b. Toxic exhaust fumes can build up in an excavation
c. Barricades and warning signs may be moved
d. Workers in the excavations could get an electric shock
8. How can you control the hazards of underground cables or
utilities before starting any excavation ?
a. Identify and mark cables and services before digging.
b. Use cable drawing and plans
c. Use cable locating devices
d. Safe diging practice last 3m by hand
e. All ansewers
9. True or false; the heavy equipment is parked as close to the
excavation as it deep. For example it the trench is 10 feet deep
you park 10 away.
a. True
b. False
10. How close to the edge of an excavation can heavy
equipment is parked ?
a. 2m
b. 5 m
c. 3.1 m
d. Not important
EXERCISE E

1. Identify a major hazards when using heavy equipment in an


operating area ?
a. The machine could hit and damage people or equipment
b. Tire rating may be too high for safe work
c. The operators certificate may expire
d. The operating manual may be missing
2. What should be done if a heavy equipment opertors certificate
expired yesterday ?
a. Prevent the operator from using the equipment
b. Get a waiver from the operations superintendent
c. Assign a stand by man who is at least a rigger II
d. The crane inspector should renew the certificate on the
spot
3. Which two things must be checked before operating heavy
equipment ?
a. Manufacturers manual and inspection certificate
b. Lift plan approval and operators certificate
c. Hydraulic pressure and operators certificate
d. Operator certification and safe clearance from equipment
4. Which of the following must be checked before issuing a work
permit to operate a crane in an operating area ?
a. Crane balance sheet and wind direction
b. Lift plan and operators certificate
c. Crane boom length and log book
d. Log book and lattice boom extension
5. What must be checked before a man-lift basket can be used?
a. Load moment indicator and tire presuure
b. Grab bars and the three point hitch
c. Inspection sticker and lift plan
d. Crane operators manual and wind speed

EXERCISE D

1. Identify the proper angle to set a ladder against a wall before


climbing
a. 50 degree or a 2 to 1 slope
b. 10 degree or a 9 to 1 slope
c. 60 degree or a 6 to 1 slope
d. 75 degree or a 4 to 1 slope

2. What must be installed on every scaffold ?


a. Wooden planks
b. Barricades and warning signs
c. Safety harness and tag lines
d. A safe means of access
3. What is used to tell people to keep away from scaffold ?
a. Hot work permit
b. Green scaffold tag
c. Barricads and warningsigns
d. Stand by man
4. What are some of the basic safety checks that should be made
before accessing scaffolding ?
a. Material must be in good condition( no rusty tubing and
no split boards)
b. No leaning
c. No evidence of collision damage
d. No gaps in the planks or boards
e. Toe boards are fitted
f. All of the above
5. In the SCAFFTAG process, a RED tag means ?
a. No acess except scaffolders erecting or dismantling.
b. Every one must use a full-body harnesses on the scaffold
c. You may use the completed scaffold without a harness
d. Color not important only the tag number matters

EXERCISE C

1. Wh do you wear safety shoes,harness and lanyards ?


a. To have a place to put their tools
b. To store tools when they climb ladders
c. To prevent slips,trips and falls
d. To be more comfortable
2. What indicates an area has a noise hazard requiring ear
plugs or earmuffs to be worn ?
a. Hearing protection required signs are present in area
b. Work and see if your hearing is damaged
c. Wear ear plug in one ear and see what happens
d. See if other workers in the area are wearing ear plugs

3. Mechanical energy can be hazardous if it does not have


adequate…
a. Guarding
b. Un-guarding
c. Guardianship
d. Velocity

4. Select a method used to protect people on the ground ,


from tools or equipment falling from elevated areas ?
a. Install ladders at all platform]
b. Installing barricades and signs to keep people away
c. Wearing safety shoes
d. Watch the wind direction
5. What is the maximum wind speed limits for crane lifts,
manbaskets, and for work on scaffold?
a. Crane max 32kph,man basket max 25kph and
scaffold max. 65 kph
b. Crane max. 25kph, menbasket max 32kph and
scaffold max 65kph
c. Crane max.32kph, manbasket max . 65kph and
scaffold max . 25kph
d. Crane max. unlimited, manbsket max.55kph and
scaffold max .55kph
6. When entering areas where h2s concentration are equal to
above 10ppm to or above 10ppm, testing for h2s there is
any indications of equipment failure or product leak or
entering a confined space containing sour liquids or sour
gases you must wear ?
a. SCBA OR SABA
b. Safety shoes and dust marks
c. Rubber gloves and dust respirator
d. No rpe required below 100ppm of h2s
7. What will happen if a confined space is not properly
isolated ?
a. Air will enter quickly inside a confined space
b. Flammable , toxic or hazardous gases could enter by
accident
c. The space will become noisy
d. SCBA will not work properly

EXERCISE A

1. Most incident in the workplace are caused by a


combination of unsafe acts and________.
a. Hazards
b. The environment
c. Unsafe conditions
d. Safe acts

2. What is a hazard defined as_____.


A. Anythings tha have a potential to caue harm to people,
the environment,asset and business
B. Anythings that has the potential to cost money to
people,the environment and business
C. Any thing that has the potential to improve the business
D. Anythings that results in the environment , asset and
business changing
3. The most cmmon cause of incidents at Saudi aramco is a
failure to fallow
a. Rules and procedure
b. Yellow lines in the workshop
c. Co-workers good suggestions
d. Supervisors instructions
4. Hazard recognition and reporting is the responsibility
of____
a. Your supervisor
b. Your co workers
c. Everyone
d. The loss prevention department

5. Select the main safety process Saudi Aramco uses to


identify hazards early to avoid incidents.
a. Safety observations checklists
b. Joint site inspection
c. Work permit system
d. Hazard analysis checklists
e. All answers

EXERCISE B

1. Match the following hazards control methods with the


correct description.
a. Engineering
b. Administrative
c. Ppe/rpe
Scba/saba
Isolation and loto
Use ppe
Reduce
Eliminate
Rules and procedures

2. The purpose of hazards recognition is to ( isolate or elininate


) hazards before they can cause an icidents.
3. A ( hazard ). Is anything that can have an adverse impact on
your safety
4. Equipment noise, impact noise and vibrations are exampleof
( health). Hazards
5. A (joint site inspection) is a work permit process. That helps
identify,control,eliminate or minimize any hazards before
work can begin, and then ensure that the area is safe when
the work is complete.

1.why mustthe issuer tell the receiver about the safety , hazards that
may be at the job site?

a. the receiver responds to emergencies


b. the reciver is un safe
c. the reciver may not have worked in the area before
d. the receiver is not allowed to read the permit
21. What three things should be checked before issuing a
release permit ?
a. Safety harness,belt, and glass
b. Sewers,man-ways, and air-movers
c. Ignition sources,glove, and safety shoes
d. Wind direction,drainage,ignition source

22. When would the issuer chec to make sure equipment has
been properly prepared for maintainanace work?
a. When the permit is closed
b. After issuing the permit
c. After getting countersignatures
d. During the joint site inspection

23. Who lead the joint site inspection?


a. Receiver
b. Competent person
c. Gas tester
d. Issuer

24. A receiver can leave the work site,


a. When the issuer has given permission
b. When gas test are below 0.0% lel
c. Before confined space entry
d. When all realease work is finished
25. The receiver is responsible for
a. Filling in for the issuer when the issuer leaves
b. Operating process equipment
c. Naming the designated representative
d. Complying with all safety precautions and signing the work
permit
26. Low risk work could be;

a. Spray painting,water washing, and turbine work


b. Cold work,elevated work, and non-destructive testing
c. Sweeping,visualinspecting,and minor cleaning
d. Brush painting, abrasive blasting, and sweeping

27. Why must equipment be de-energized and de-pressurized


before work is sarted?
a. Locks and tags will deteriorate
b. Purged gas can be lost
c. Accidental start up could happen
d. Gas tests are not acuurate

28. What is the acceptable level of lel to allow confined space


entry with coldwork?
a. 0%
b. 21%to 23.5%
c. 5% to 10%
d. 10 to 100ppm
29. Who decides if a questionable area is restricted?
a. Area superintendent
b. Loss prevention
c. Department manager
d. SAES standard board
30. A work permit issuer is responsible for
a. Equipment or work area
b. The receiver action
c. Nothing once he issues a permit
d. Extending certificates
31. Which are restricted areas?
a. Communications bulding,wells,fenced areas
b. Pump stations,sewage plants,wells
c. Wells ,security gates,weldingshops
d. Wells,loading piers,welding shop
32. Equipment can be isolated by
a. Installing locks and taking gas tests
b. Installing tags and purging
c. Shutting down and cleaning
d. Install blinds or removing piping
33. What must the fire watch be?
a. Trained
b. Certified
c. An issuer
d. A receiver
34. What hazard would you find when doing hot work?
a. Ignition source
b. Ignition switch
c. Ignition point
d. Auto ignition temperature
35. What do we call the person who is required to be at the job
site because of the special skill he has?
a. Designated representative
b. Standby-man
c. Competent person
d. Certified
36. Who must sign the work permit to close it?
a. Gas tester,issuer,receiver
b. Issuer and receiver
c. Designated representative
d. Competent person
37. Why is hold tags installed?
a. To record accidents
b. To explain why the lock is installed
c. To identify the issuer and receiver
d. To record gas tests

38. What is discusses during the joint site inspection?


a. Scope of work and equipments to beused
b. Check the fire watch’s certificate
c. GI 2.709 requirements
d. Designated representatives qualifications
39. When is a release of hazardous liquids or gases permit
issued?
a. When releasing hydrocarbons to the flare
b. When operators drain equipment
c. When workers open line or install blinds
d. When contractors build scaffold
40. Where could an issuer find out which permit to issue for a
specific job
a. On the front side of any work permit
b. Facility operating instructions
c. Corporate loss prevention manual
d. On the back side of any work permit
41. Who goes on joint site inspection?
a. Designated craftsmen
b. Issuer and receiver
c. Issuer and designated representative
d. Receiver and senior craftsman
42. We use work permit in hazardous areas to identify.
a. Expired permits
b. The designated representative
c. Hazard and precautions
d. Alternate receivers
43. Work permit authorize
a. General equipment at all work sites
b. Specific at the general location
c. Specific work at specific location
d. General work at a specific plant

44. The fire watch has to know how to?


a. Be a receiver
b. Take gas tests
c. Operate fire equipment given to him
d. Operate process equipment
45. An issuer’s responsibilities include.
a. Issuing and receiving work permits
b. Defining pre-cautions and standing in for the receiver
c. Definng safety precautions and signing the work
permit
d. Supervising the work crew and signing the permit
46. Who install locks and tags first?
a. SCECO
b. Power distribution
c. Electrical engineer
d. Operations
47. If a work permit is not issued during an emergency ,what
must be done to do the work?
a. All safety precautions must be taken
b. Superintentdent must approve
c. Scott air pacs must be worn
d. Joint site inspection must be done
48. Who must sign a 30day permit?
a. Issuer and designated receiver
b. Designated representative
c. Operations foreman and senior craftsman
d. Operations and maintenance division head
49. What is a work permit receiver?
a. Vender representative
b. Senior craftsman
c. Designated representative
d. Warehouse receiver
50. A designated representative can
a. Authorized the receiver to leave
b. Inspect the worksite
c. Sign the work permit
d. Replace the receiver
51. Process equipment is blinded to;
a. Isolate electrical equipment
b. Prevent blndness
c. Comply with osha requirements
d. Keeps liquids or gases from contacting people
52. Before issuing a work permit,the issuer must;
a. Provide first aid and assign a fire watch
b. Check the receiver certificate and get
countersignature
c. Renew certificates and get countersignature
d. Close the work and check the receiver’s
certificates
53. An issuer or receiver’s certificates expires after;
a. 90 days
b. Three years
c. Two years
d. Six months
54. When preparing equipment for maintainanace work, the
issuer must;
a. Turn the power on
b. Electricity and purge it
c. Isolate it and make sure it is certified
d. Shut it down and isolate it.
55. Who must get countersignatures?
a. Receiver
b. Issuer
c. Foreman
d. Operator
56. Who can extend a work permit?
a. Designated representative
b. Superintendent
c. New issuer and receiver
d. New unit foreman
57. Why do receivers go on the joint site inspection with the
issuer?
a. To discuss hazards and risks
b. To start the work
c. To check fire watch’s certificates
d. For the receiver to take gas tests
58. What work is considered cold work?
a. Sand removal and scaffold building
b. Brush painting and abrasive blasting
c. Scaffold building and grinding
d. Abrasive blasting and painting
59. Why is the checklists section important to issuers and
receivers?
a. It makes sure important steps have been taken
b. It tells them all precautions to take
c. It controls the receiver’s break time
d. It defines the durations and scope of work.
60. Issures and receivers share what responsibility?
a. Safety at the work site
b. Taking gas tests
c. Naming the designated representative
d. Doing the work

61. The work permit system is used to


a. Prevent accident
b. Cause accidents
c. Report accidents
d. Track accidents
62. What are two reasons for using work permits?
a. To communicate and control work
b. To designated representative and communicate
c. To track work hours and control names
d. To track contractors and manage emergencies
63. A welder cannot work on the same piece of equipment
using an electricians work permit because
a. An issuer can only do one joint site inspection
b. Electricians are usually receivers
c. Different precutions must be applied to both jobs
d. Only one permit needs a countersignature
64. What does restricted area required?
a. Certificates to be received
b. Issuers to be received
c. Extensions to be short term
d. Work permits to beissued
65. What does the duration box tell the recievers?
a. The expiry date of the receivers certificate
b. When to go to lunch
c. When the work must stop
d. How long the extension is approved for
66. What is nitrogen commonly used for:
a. Isolating equipment
b. Calibrating locks and tags
c. Purging equipments
d. Testing for h2s
67. Who is responsible for safety at the work site after a permit
has been extended?
a. The issuer and receiver who signed the extension
b. The original issuer and receiver
c. The person who countersigned the permit
d. The one who originally did the joint site inspection
68. When should a fire watched be assigned?
a. Whenever a fire could occur
b. For any hot work
c. When gas tests are over0.0 lel
d. For high risks jobs
69. How long can a work permit be issued?
a. One day
b. One consecutive shift
c. One operational shift
d. 24 consecutive hours
70. Why must work permit be closed?
a. To allow gas test to be taken
b. To communicate the status of the work
c. To stop all hot work
d. To allow the permit to be taken
71. What three things that’s are needed before allowing entry
into a confined space
a. Fire watch,airmover,gas tests
b. Lighting, stand-by man, air mover
c. Air mover, repirators, countersignatures
d. Gas tests, fire extinguisher, barricades
72. The issuer must try to start up equipment at the field
switch after it has been isolated and before work start to make
sure.
a. The receiver’s tag was installed
b. There is no gas in the area
c. Locks and tags were installed
d. It cannot accidentally start

73. The issuer must stop work, if;


a. The designated representative left the job site
b. The issuer lost his copy of the permit
c. There were more men working that stated in the permit
d. The job site was found to be unsafe

74. When operators change the shifts


a. Their tags must be erased
b. Their locks and tags must be removed
c. Their locks must be replaced
d. Their keys are usually transferred to the new shift
75. What would the issuer require when welding on in-service
hydrocarbon equipment?
a. Fire station
b. Fire watch
c. Fire department
d. Fire blanket
76. Who installs the receiver’s lock??
a. The issuer and gas teter
b. Every member of the work crew
c. One member from each work crew
d. The designated representative
77. What gas tests do we take?
a. Oxacetylene, flash point, sulfides
b. Flash point, vapour pressure ,specific gravity
c. Flammable gas, inetgas, heavy gas
d. Oxygen, flammable and toxic gas
78. Use a fire blanket or hand digs only is an example of what?
a. Regular precautions
b. Additional precautions
c. Hazards
d. Precautionary hazards
79. What is oxygen deficiency?
a. A higher than normal level of oxygen
b. Less than 23.5% oxygen
c. Oxygen that is above its flash point
d. A lower than normal amount of oxygen
80. Who can authorize the extension of a work permit?
a. The new receiver, issuer and gas tester\
b. The new area foreman and the new issuer
c. The new issuer and receiver
d. Loss prevention
81. Which work permit requires sewers to be covered within
75 feet.
a. Cold
b. Hot
c. Release
d. Confined space entry
82. Who does the joint site inspection?
a. The issuer and the designated representative
b. The issuer and loss prevention
c. The issuer and receiver
d. The receiver and loss prevention
83. How long must the issuer keep closed work permits on file?
a. Four months
b. 60 days
c. 30 days
d. Three months
84. What must the issuer do with the permit after he stops the
work?
a. Write the reason on the permit
b. Get countersignature
c. Give his copy to the receiver
d. Close,then extened the permit
85. How can process equipment be cleaned?
a. Steaming and or water washing
b. Closing valves and addings locks
c. Gas testings and steaming
d. Treating and hydro-cracking
86. What must the issuer write on the work permit?
a. Name, organization code, and badge number
b. Name, badge number and certificate expiry date
c. Gas test results, name and badge number
d. Badge number and certificates expiry date
87. Removing fuses from an electrical circuit or disconnecting
electric wiring is an example of what?
a. Cleaning
b. Isolating
c. Purging
d. Locking
88. What is the main difference between cold nd hot work?
a. Hot work is more hazardous
b. Cold work does not require safety precautions
c. Both uses an ignition source
d. Hot work creates an ignition source
89. Where is the work permit kept after it was issued?
a. Within 75 of the work site
b. Posted at job site or in the receivers possession
c. With a senior crew member or posted at the site
d. In the control room or with the standby man
90. What must the receiver do before receiving a work permit?
a. Extend the certificate and renew the permit
b. Train the stand by man and agree to all conditions
c. Read the permit and agree to all conditions
d. Take gas tests and read the permit
91. The information entered in the exactwork locationsbox is
important because it controls.
a. How long the receiver can work
b. What equipment the receiver can use
c. How many workers can be at the job site
d. Whew the receiver can work
92. When must the work permit be closed ?
A. When the work is finished or the crew leaves
B. Before another perit is issued
C. When the issuer leaves the work site
D. After the gas test are taken
93. What must the receiver do if he stops work ?
a. Tell the designated representative
b. Tell the issuer
c. Tell the senior craftsman
d. Tell his immediate supervisor
94. What type of work permit is required to erect scaffolding to
work on a gas line in a plant ?
a. Cold work permit
b. No permit is required
c. Hot work permit
d. Confined space entry permit
95. Before hot work start ,sewers and drains shall be covered
with a fire resistant cover if they are located with in
a. 75 feet
b. 85 feet
c. 79 feet
d. 125 feet
96. What must be done before issuing work permit that affect
other operating areas ?
a. No action is required
b. The issuer must obtain the approvals and signature of
the other issuers whose operations will be affected
c. A superintendent must countersign the work permit
d. Non-sparking tools must be used

97. A hot work permit is required for


a. All confined space entry of tanks/vessels
b. All realease of hazardous material
c. All work in restricted areas involving ignition sources
d. All work done in restricted areas
98. When locking out and tagging equipment
a. There is no reason to record on the tag the
name,location, or number of the equipments being
locked out
b. The issuer should record on the tag which
equipment is locked out but there is no need to
record its location
c. There is no reasons to record the name of the
equipment,but its number should be recorded on
the tag
d. The issuer should record on the tag which
equipment is locked out and where the equipment is
located \\\
99. If a work permit is issued with out a joint site inspection,
the issuer shall
a. Advise loss prevention immediately
b. Issue a cold work permit only
c. Explin why on the permit
d. Advise his supervisor
100. If a joint site inspection is required ,it must be done
a. By the permit receiver and issuer or his designated
representative
b. By the permit receiver and his supervisor
c. In the office if the issuer and receiver agree
d. By the permit issuer and his supervisor
101. Wind direction must be considered during release work
because.
a. Because work must always take place downwind of the
release
b. Flammable gases may be blown to towards an ignition
source
c. Items may lown to the site making the work area untidy
d. Dust particles may be blown into opened lines or
vessels
102. If new hazards develop at a job site that were not discusses
on the work permit,the receiver should
a. Continue to work until a new work permit can be issued
b. Stop the job and inform the issuer
c. Continue to work but work safely
d. Continue with the work until he is instructed by the
issuer to do otherwise
103. The oxygen content for work without breathing apparatus
must be in the range
a. 99-100%
b. 10-20%
c. 20-21%
d. 9-10%
104. The gas test results show o2=20%,lel= 60%,h2s=8ppmunder
the work permit system procedure.what action must be done by
the issuer?
a. Require the receiver to use a breathing apparatus
b. Only a cold work permit could be issued
c. No work permit should be issued
d. Confined space and cold work permits could be issued
105. What type of permits are required to build scaffolding with
hnad tool inside of a tank/vessel?
a. Cold work and confined space entry
b. Realease and cold work
c. Confined space entry and hot work
d. Hot and cold work
106. What is the reasons for the additional precautions section
on the work permit?
a. So that additional work locations can be listed
b. So that additional items of equipment can be listed
c. For the issuer to add special safety precautions and
requirements
d. For the issuer to write ‘work safely’ or ‘be careful’

107. A workmn is permitted to enter an atmoshphere containing


oxygen without wearing breathing apparatus.
a. 16%
b. 21%
c. 12%
d. 4.3%
Some one step answers…..
1. The issuer most stop work if.
 The job site was found to be
unsafe
2. A pipe fitter cannot work on the same
piece of equipment using welder’s
permit because
 Each type of work involves
different hazards
3. If a work permit is not issue during
an emergency.what must be done to
the work
 All safety precaution must be
taken
4. The receiver must stop work if
 The work site become unsafe.
5. Which of the following is not a
restricted area ?
 Dump site
6. What is the purpose of the work
permit system?
 To authorize specific
construction or maintainance
work with safety.
7. What do you call an area where work
permits are required?
 Restricted area
8. Who must sign a permit is issued for
up to 30 days.
 Operation and maintainance
division head

9. Why is the check list section


important to the issuer and receiver?
 It makes sure important steps
have been taken
10. Which work permit requires sewer to
be covered with in 75feet
 Hot
11. Who iss responsible for safety at the
work site after a permit has been
extended?
 The issuer and receiver who
signed the extension
12. What happens if work must continue
past the time the original permit
work to expire?
 Extened the permit or issue a
new one
13. What happen if work must continue
past the time the original permit
work to expire?
 Extend the permit or issue a
new one
14. What are the basic precautions for
the confined
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30. space entry select all items that
applies
 A sign a standby man
 Install lighting
 Install air mover
 Take gas test

 Isolate ,clean and purge


equipment

31. A release of hazardous liquids and


gases permit is required when
 Pipe fitters open a line or install
blinds
32. What hazard would you find when
[doing hot work?
 Ignition source
33. What are the basic precautions for
cold work? Select all items thatapply
 Gas test
 Special work precautions
 Standby man
 Barricade and warning sign
34. What is oxygen deficiency?
 A lower than normal amount of
oxygen higher than normal amount of
oxygen.
35. What are the basic precautions for
hot work permit?select all items that
apply
 Fire watch
 Fire proection equipment
 Cover sewer drains
 Gas test
 Blind,isolate,clean and purge
equipment
36. What is the acceptable level of lel to
allow hot work?
 0.0
37. Select the statement where all three
items are needed before allowing
entry into a confined space?
 Lighting,standby man,air movers
38. The receiver can leave the job any
time as long as he gets the
permeation from his supervisor
a. False
39. What tranning should a fire watch
have?
a. Operate a fire equipment

40. Who should ask for the permit before


they start working?
a. The receiver
41. Who should point all hazards and
write on the permit.
a. Issuer
42. Who is responsible for the safety on
the work site?
a. Both receiver and issuer
43. What is the purpose of joint site
inspection?
a. To discuss the scope of work and identify
hazards or risks
44. What must checked during joint site
inspection? Select all items apply
a. Safety device
b. Equipment conditions
c. Gas test
45. Who decides wheter an area should
be restricted or not.
a. The department manager

46. What types of work does the permit


system authorize?
a. Specific construction,maintainance,repair
work
47. A qualified Saudi Aramco employee
a. A person nominated by his supervisor
48. The safety of work site sole
responsibility of an issuer
a. False
49. What responsibility do issuer and
receivers share when signing a work
permit.
a. Maintaining safety condition at
the site
50. Restricted areas include which
locations
a. Pump stations, tank farms, and gas well
51. Who can decided that the work is low
risk and that a work permit is not
needed
a. Issuer
52. Who must sign the work permit to
close it?
a. Issuer and receiver
53. What must the receiver do if he stops
work?
a. Tell the issuer
38.work permit can be issued for up to 30 days
if

a. It is highly that conditions will change


54. Who must sign the work permit to
extend it
a. The new issuer and receiver
55. Use fire blanket and hand dig only
example of what
a. Additional precautions
56. Where could an issuer find out which
permit to issue for a special job
a. On the back of any work permit
57. Work permit authorize
a. Specific work at specific location
58. The information entered in the exact
work locations box is important
because it controls
a. Where the receiver can work
59. What considered cold work
a. Sand removal and scaffold building
60. What must the issuer do if a joint site
inspection is not done?
a. Write why not on the work permit
61. What must the issuer write on the
work permit?
a. Name, organization code and
badge number
62. What information must the gas tester
enter on the ork permit?
a. Gas test result,name and badge number
63. Any worker can be sign as stand by
man
a. False
64. Why must equipment be de-
energized and depressurized before
work is stated?
a. Accidental start up could happen
65. Who install locks and tas first?
a. Operations
66. Why do we use the work permit
system?
a. To prevent accident
67. How long us a work permit issuer and
receiver certificate valid?
a. 2 years
68. Who must sign a work permit issuer
or receivers certificate?
a. The superintendent of the issuer
or ceceivers
69. What is listed in the work permit
system?
a. Minimum safety precautions
70. When can work permit issuer decide
that that work permit is not needed
in a restricted area?
a. When he decides the work is low risk.
71. When should a fire watch be
assigned?
a. In that conditions whenever a fire
can occur
72. Who goes a joint site inspection?
a. Issuer and receiver
73. What two things must the issuer do
before issuing a work permit?
a. Check the receiver certificates and get
countersignatures.
74. Why it is important for the issuer to
tell the receiver about the safety
hazards he may find at the job site.
a. The receiver may not have worked in
the area before
75. What joint site inspection do issuer
and receiver share?
a. Safety at the work site
76. Who is a permit receiver?
a. A person certified to receive permits
77. What is work permit issuer
responsible for?
a. Equipment or a work area
78. A specific area is not normally
categorized as restricted.who makes
the final decision whether this area
should be categorized as restricted ?
a. Department manager
79. Example of low risks
a. Sweeping,visual inspection, and
minor cleaning
80. What does a restricted area require.
a. To work permit are issued
81. What can a designated representative
do?
a. Inpect the work site
82. A receiver mut be what ?
a. A senior craftsmam
83. What are the receiver main
responsibilities?
a. Comply with safety
precautions and signing the
permit
84. What two things must the receiver do
before receiving a work permit ?
a. Read the permit and agree all
the conditions
85. What is dicussed during the joint site
inspection ?
a. Scope of work and
equipment be used.
86. When will the issuer check to make
sure equipment has been properly
prepre for maintainance work?
a. During the joint site inspections
87. Why do receivers go on joint site
inspections with the iuer ?
a. To discuss hzards and risks
88. What will the issuer require when
welding on in-service hydrocarbon
equipment ?
a. Fire watch
89. What must the fire watch be?
a. Trained
90. The fire watch must know how to ?
a. Operate fire equipment given to
him

91. What do you call aperson who is


required to at a job site because of a
special skill he has ?
a. Stand by man
92. Any worker can be assigned as stand
by man?
a. False
93. Two common methods of cleaning
process equipment include
a. Waterwashing and steaming
94. A non flammable material common
used to purge process equipment is;
a. Nitrogen
95. When preparing equipment for
maintainanace work the issuer will
make sure it;
a. Shutdown,isolated and de-
nergized
96. Chossing two method of isolating
equipment
a. Removing piping and install
blinds
b. Close and chain the valves
c. Open electricals breakers
d. Depressurized all machenical
equipment
e. Disconnecting wirings
97. Removing fues from an electrical
circuit or disconnecting wiring is an
example of ;
a. Isolating electrical equipment
98. Equipment is isolated to make sure it
cannot be;
a. Started –up,leak or cause
electric shock
99. Why do we install blinds in process
equipment ?
a. To keep liquids and gases from
contacting people
100. Per gi 6.012, who must install locks
and tags before a work permit
issued ?
a. Every crafts man frm each
maintainance crew who will
work on the equipment
101. An issuer has which responsibility ?
a. Define safety precautions and sign
the work permit
102. The receivers main responsibilities
include ;
a. Complying with safety precautions and
signing the work permit.
103. Who goes on the joint site
inspection ?
a. Issuer and receiver
104. Why is it important that the issuer
tell the receiver about safety hazards
he may find at a job site ?
a. The receiver may not have worked
in the area before
105. Fire is made of four basic
components including fluid, heat of
an ignition source,……….., and a chain
reaction
a. Oxygen
106. Fall protection rule for
construction , workers must be
protected from falls when they are on
walking/working surface that
are…………or more above a lower
level.
a. 6 feet
107. Which of the following can cause
combustible material to start fire ?
a. Welding
b. Portable heating equipment
c. Smoking all the above
d. All of the above
108. What are the hazard of welding in
confined spaces ?
a. Fire
b. Explosion
c. Asphyxiation
d. All of the above
109. Choose three things you should
check before issuing a realease
permit
a. Wind direction,drainage and ignition
source
110. If it has not been decided if all area
is restricted, who makes the final
decision ?
A. The department manager
111. Confined space hazards include;
a. Engulfment by materials in the
confined space
b. Hazardous atmosphere such as
oxygen deficiency or enrichment
c. Toxic or flammable
contaminants
d. All of the above
112. The oxygen content of oxygen
enriched air is;
a. Greater than 23.5 percent
113. The best type of fire extinguisher to
use on combustible metal in a class.
a. Class d
114. The primary hazard in excavaton
work is
a. Cave
115. Why do we use work permit in
hazardous areas ?
a. To identify the hazards
116. Why is designated representative
sometimes used?
a. Th issuer may be busy and need
help
117. Where must the receiver keep the
work permit after it is issued ?
a. Displayed at the job site or in his
possession
118. When can a receiver leave the job
site ?
a. When issuer has given him
permission
119. Who should kept the work permit
at the job site
a. Receiver
120. Install locks and tags on electrical
breakers prevents accidental
a. Equipment start up
121. Why do we install tags as well as
locked?
a. To explain why lock is installed
122. The reasons equipment must be
denergized and depressurized before
work is started is because
a. People can be injured
123. What happens to operations locks
and tags installed on equipment
when operator change shifts ?
a. The keys are usually transferred to the
new shift
124. The issuer must try to start up
equipment at the field switch after it
has been isolated and before work
starts to make sure
a. It cannot accidently start
125. What must operaitons do before
removing their locks and tags
a. Make sure equipment can be
safely started
126. Removing fuses from a electrical
circuit to disconnecting electric wiring
is an example of what ?
a. Isolating
127. What is difference between hot and
cold wok ?
a. Hot uses an ignition source but
not cold
128. Covering sewers is required by
which work permit?
a. Hot
129. Cold work includes ?
a. Sand removal and scaffold buildings
130. The use of an air compressor in
operating areas requires which work
permit ?
a. Hot
131. What are three tyes of gas tests we
take ?
a. Oxygen,flammable gas , toxic
material
132. What hazard would you find when
doing hot work ?
a. Ignition
133. What is required before works can
entry a confined space ? select all
items that apply
a. A confined space entry permit must be
issued
b. The confined spce must be properly
isolated

c. Ga tests must be perform just prior to


each entry

d. Standby men must remain outsie and in


contact with entrants.

134. Why does the issuer need to know


what equipment will be use at a job
site ?
a. It helps him identify hazards
135. What does the duration box tell the
receiver?
a. When the work must be stop
136. The information entered in the
exact work location box is important
because it controls .
a. Where the receiver can work
137. What the issuer do if a joint site
inspection is not done
a. Write why not on the work permit
138. What should the issuer do if gas
test are not needed ?
a. Enter n/a or not needed
139. Who is responsible for safety at the
work site after a permit has been
renewed ?
a. The issuer and receiver who signed the
renewal.
140. Who must sign a hot work permit
to renew it ?
a. The new issuer, receiver and gas
tester
141. For how long can work permit
normally be issued and renewed
without special agreement ?
a. 2 consecutive operating shifts(up to a
maximum of 24 hours)
142. What would be a good example of
when the receiver must stop work ?
a. He hears and emergency alarm
143. What must the issuer do with the
permit he stop work ?
a. Write the reason on the permit.
144. What happen if a safety problem
arises the receiver does not stop
work.
a. A fire,injury, accident
145. How long must the issuer keep
close work permit on file ?
a. Three months
146. Why must work permits be closed ?
a. To communicate the status of the work
147. When must the work permit be
closed ?
a. When work is finished or the crew leaves
148. You issued a work permit ,but
stopped work due to an unsafe
conditions what two items must tell
the receiver of the work permit?
a. What must be done before the
work can continue
b. Why the work was stopped.
149. What responsibility do issuer and
receiver share when signing work
permit.
a. Maintain safety condition at the work
site
150. What training should a fire watch
have ?
a. Trained to operate fire equipment
151. When preparing equipment for
maintainance work,the issuer must
make sure it is ?
a. Shutdown,isolated and de-
energized
152. What must operations do before
removing their locks and tags
a. Make sure equipment can be safely
started
153. Who installs receivers locks ?
a. One member from each crew
154. Who installs receivers lock ?
a. One member from each crew
155. Who can extened a permit ?
a. New