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9/1/2012

Michigan Technological University

Categor y
Accident Prevention

SubCategor y
Risk

Title
What Could Happen - Effective Risk Assessment

Mad e By
MSHA

Phone #
3042563257

Video ID
VC946A DVD 946

Dat e Rec' d
2004

Pla y, min
14

QUESTIONS 1. The majority of accidents in the M/NM sector during 2003 fall into the following four categories: a) explosives, b) welding, c) forklifts, d) crushers, e) falls, f) hoisting, g) haulage. 2. The four fatal maintenance accidents referred to in the start of the video were due to: a) an insufficient number of hours of annual refresher training, b) failure to recognize the importance of following step-bystep lockout procedures, which include controlling stored energy before beginning work, b) failure to wear the proper PPE, d) employee behavior, e) supervisor behavior. 3. The three falls mentioned in the video were caused by: a) lack of the proper fall arrest systems, b) lack of the proper fall protection systems, b) employee carelessness when working in elevated areas, c) inadequate inspections to ensure that elevated workplaces are safe for employees to enter. 4. Most of the crane accidents discussed in the video were due to: a) working too near power lines, b) improper use and support of outriggers, c) improper rigging of loads/position of ground persons, d) failure to use crane load charts, e) failure to use a tag line, f) crane structural failure. 5. The five mobile equipment accidents discussed in the video could have been prevented by which three of the following: a) greater operator awareness and caution due to ever-changing conditions in the mine environment, b) driving slower, c) more thorough preshift inspection, d) better brakes, e) miner recognition of the importance of getting operator approval before entering a heavy equipment work area. f) improved capability for heavy equipment operators to be aware of objects in their paths of travel

4. b) improper use and support of outriggers. The three falls mentioned in the video were caused by: a) lack of the proper fall arrest systems. f) hoisting. c) inadequate inspections to ensure that elevated workplaces are safe for employees to enter. d) employee behavior. Most of the crane accidents discussed in the video were due to: a) working too near power lines. d) better brakes. The four fatal maintenance accidents referred to in the start of the video were due to: a) an insufficient number of hours of annual refresher training. c) more thorough preshift inspection. which include controlling stored energy before beginning work. 5. b) failure to wear the proper PPE. d) crushers. e) failure to use a tag line. b) driving slower. d) failure to use crane load charts. e) miner recognition of the importance of getting operator approval before entering a heavy equipment work area. 2. min 14 ANSWERS 1. b) failure to recognize the importance of following step-bystep lockout procedures. The majority of accidents in the M/NM sector during 2003 fall into the following four categories: a) explosives.9/1/2012 Michigan Technological University Categor y Accident Prevention SubCategor y Risk Title What Could Happen . b) employee carelessness when working in elevated areas. 3. e) supervisor behavior.Effective Risk Assessment Mad e By MSHA Phone # 3042563257 Video ID VC946A DVD 946 Dat e Rec' d 2004 Pla y. e) falls. The five mobile equipment accidents discussed in the video could have been prevented by which three of the following: a) greater operator awareness and caution due to ever-changing conditions in the mine environment. c) improper rigging of loads/position of ground persons. b) welding. g) haulage. c) forklifts. f) improved capability for heavy equipment operators to be aware of objects in their paths of travel . b) lack of the proper fall protection systems. f) crane structural failure.