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OSHT 1320 SJC Chapter 3 Accidents and Human Error Questions

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San Jacinto College – Spring 2021 OSHT 1320: Energy Industrial Safety Textbook: Safety, Health and Environmental Concepts for the Process Industry, 2nd Edition by Michael Speegle Chapter 3 · Accidents and Human Error Questions 1 through 17 [page 41] My Answers: 1. Two benefits of accident investigations are awareness and factual knowledge. 2. Workers may use poor lifting techniques, which causes back injuries and exposes them to future back injuries. Also, due to the nature of the work, the same body parts may be the most exposed to risk of injuries. 3. The following types of accidents are the leading causes of deaths: motor vehicles, falls, electric current, drowning, and fire. 4. Medical costs, lost work hours, lost production, fire losses. 5. In a typical year there are 10,400 work deaths in the United States. 6. Most worldwide industrial accidents are caused by human error. 7. T ...
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