Welcome to your Exam
January 20, 2020
2. You must wear a hair net in the production room and all other rooms except the offices
3. You can not wear loose clothing to work.
5. To keep the food safe, you must wear a hair net and if you have facial hair, a beard cover, at all times in the production room.
6. You can chew gum and eat the product when in the production room.
7. The most important part of our business is:
8. Cross contamination means:
9. You change your gloves, hair nets, beard covers and coats as much as possible if you think they are dirty.
10. Breakable and foreign objects such as glass, gum, candy, cigarettes, etc. are strictly prohibited on the production floor at all times.
21. If you find $ 100 on the floor then what will you do with it?
22. The shoes specifically designed for work place are called?
23. What is the minimum wage in Ontario?
29. The number of people in Ontario who suffer a work-related illness or injury each year would fill the seats of a dozen big hockey arenas.
30. New workers are less likely to get hurt on the job than people who have been on the job longer
31. The Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations tell everyone from the employer to the newest worker how to make the workplace safer.
32. The OHSA puts the greatest responsibility on the employer to make sure no one gets hurt or sick on the job
33. It’s against the law for my employer to fire or punish me for doing what the OHSA says
34. The Occupational Health and Safety Act says that you have the right to know about hazards in your workplace.
35. If a hazard can make you sick, you will always start to feel sick right away.
36. To keep from getting hurt on the job, you need to find out about the hazards while you’re working.
37. If you have any doubts about the safety of the work you’re doing, you should keep those doubts to yourself.
38. If you see a hazard while you’re working, you should report it to your supervisor or employer right away.
39. It’s important that you know the safe way to do your job. You should share what you know. If you see a hazard, you must report it to your supervisor or employer.
40. You should get involved in health and safety by asking questions, and you should put what you learn from training into practice on the job.
41. If you can’t find any health and safety information posted in your workplace, you should just go back to work and not worry about it.
42. Your health and safety representative or joint health and safety committee can help you with any concerns that you might have about working safely.
43. It’s OK to take safety shortcuts to get the work done faster and on time.
44. If you report a dangerous situation to your supervisor and your health and safety representative and they can’t find a way to fix it, you can call the Ministry of Collaborator-free number for help
45. If you have reason to believe the equipment you are using might hurt you or someone you work with, you have the legal right to refuse the work.
46. Some workers, such as nurses, firefighters and police officers, have a limited right to refuse work.
47 .It’s against the law for your employer or your supervisor to fire or punish you for doing what the OHSA expects you to do, or for asking them to do what the OHSA expects them to do