BOS4025 Columbia Southern University Unit VI OSHA Act Questions

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Machines have been a part of industry for hundreds of years. Machines offer many advantages over working by hand, most notably, the ability to run tirelessly. They are consistent and offer superior speed. Machines cannot discern between steel, plastic, or people, however, and after some time it was deemed wise to protect the human from the motion and actions of machinery. We examine machine guarding in this lesson. Because of the obvious hazards, it is no surprise that the standards in this Subpart O are consistently in the top 10 most frequently violated OSHA regulations.

Subpart R is also examined, and deals with special industries, companies that have unique hazards that are not addressed elsewhere. These are vertical standards as they apply to specific, named industries.

OSHA’s electrical standards are included in this week’s lesson. They essentially follow the National Electric Code, but also have a special section on electrical safety-related work practices. This section is concerned with the qualifications of persons who work with electricity and provides required safe working practices for such endeavors.

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Question 1 1. Whenever welding or cutting is performed in locations where other than a minor fire might develop, which of the following must be done as a precautionary measure? The fire department should be notified. Fire watchers should be stationed to observe the operation. Such operations are prohibited. A barrier of noncombustible materials must be erected around the operation. 8 points Question 2 1. The machine guarding standards do not include provisions for __________. point of operation guarding guarding for woodworking machinery power transmission guarding ionizing radiation guards 8 points Question 3 1. When the periphery of the blades of a fan is less than seven feet above the floor or working level, the blades shall be guarded with a guard having openings no larger than __________. 3 inches 4 inches 1/2 inch 1 inch 8 points Question 4 1. In which standard would one find standards dealing with guarding of power drive shafts, belts and pulleys, and chains and sprockets? These would be found in the general machine guarding provisions of 1910.212. These would be found in 1910.219. These would be found in 1910.217. There are no specific standards for these situations. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) uses the General Duty Clause to deal with this issue. 8 points Question 5 1. In arc welding operations, cables with splices within __________ shall not be used. 10 feet (3 M) of the holder 20 feet (6 M) of the holder 1/3 the length of the cord the vicinity of combustible materials 8 points Question 6 1. What are the requirements for safe indoor storage of oxygen cylinders used in oxygenfuel gas welding? Include the citation for the OSHA standard where you found the answer to the question. Your response should be at least 75 words in length. Arial 3 (12pt) Paragraph Path: p Words:0 12 points Question 7 Font family Font size 1. For offhand grinding machines, what is the maximum permissible opening between the work rest and the abrasive wheel? Include the citation for the OSHA standard where you found the answer to the question. Your response should be at least 75 words in length. Arial 3 (12pt) Paragraph Font family Font size Path: p Words:0 12 points Question 8 1. What is an abrasive wheel ring test? When must a ring test be conducted? Include the citation for the OSHA standard where you found the answer to the question. Your response should be at least 75 words in length. Arial 3 (12pt) Paragraph Font family Font size Path: p Words:0 12 points Question 9 1. List three uses for flexible cords that are not allowed by Subpart S. Include the citation(s) for the OSHA standard(s) where you found the answer to the question. Your response should be at least 75 words in length. Arial 3 (12pt) Paragraph Path: p Words:0 12 points Question 10 Font family Font size 1. What is a Class I, Division II location? Include an example in your explanation. Include the citation for the OSHA standard where you found the answer to the question. Your response should be at least 75 words in length. ...
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Question 1

1. Whenever welding or cutting is performed in locations where other than a minor fire
might develop, which of the following must be done as a precautionary measure?

The fire department should be notified.
Fire watchers should be stationed to observe the operation.
Such operations are prohibited.
A barrier of noncombustible materials must be erected around the operation.

This conclusion comes from the fact that the barrier would allow the professionals to prevent the
spread of the welding fire to the surrounding regions using the noncombustible materials.

8 points

Question 2

1. The machine guarding standards do not include provisions for __________.

point of operation guarding
guarding for woodworking machinery
power transmission guarding
ionizing radiation guards

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8 points

Question 3

1. When the periphery of the ...

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