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IGC1 Questions

UNIT 1- Foundations in health and safety


Outline reasons for promoting and maintaining good standards of health and safety in the
workplace (iiiiii) (8)
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An organisation has been found to have inadequate standards of workplace health and safety.
dentify the costs that the organisation may incur as a result. (iiii)
(8)
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!ive the meaning of the following terms"
a) #ealth
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b) %afety ($)
c) &elfare
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d) 'nvironmental protection ($)
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A serious accident has occurred to a worker and there will be costs to the organisation as a result
a) dentify (#)'' costs which are likely to be insured
(*)
dentify (#)'' costs which are likely to be uninsured
(*)
b) Outline reasons why it is important that an organisation maintains employers liability
insurance ($)
UNIT 2 Management systems 1- Policy
a) Outline the general content of the (#)'' sections of a health and safety policy.
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b) ',plain why the health and safety policy should be signed by the most senior person in
an organisation- such as a .anaging /irector or 0hief ',ecutive O1cer.
($)
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Outline the key elements of a health and safety management system (ii)
(8)
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a) Outline the purpose of the 2statement of intent3 section of a health and safety policy
($)
b) dentify the circumstances that would require a health and safety policy to be reviewed
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Outline the circumstances that may require a health and safety policy to be reviewed
(iiiiii) (8)
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a) Outline the main health and safety responsibilities of an employer. (ii)
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b) dentify actions an enforcement authority might take if it 4nds that an employer is not
ful4lling its responsibilities. (ii)
($)
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dentify key areas that should be addressed in the 2arrangements3 section of a health and
safety policy. (8)
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2 Point Question
a) Outline the purpose of an organisations health and safety policy
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b) Outline the typical content of the health and safety arrangements section of a health and
safety policy (8)
c) Outline the circumstances that would require a health and safety policy to be reviewed
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a) Outline why it is important for an organisation to set health and safety targets (iiiii)
($)
b) dentify health and safety targets that an organisation could set (iiiii)
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Outline the main health and safety responsibilities of"
a) 'mployers (iii) (5)
b) &orkers (iii) (5)
UNIT ! Management systems 2 "#ganising
a) ',plain the di6erence between consulting and informing workers in health and safety
ssues ($)
b) Outline the health and safety issues on which employers should consult their workers
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(here has been deterioration in the health and safety culture of an organisation.
a) /e4ne the term health and safety culture. (ii)
($)
b) dentify the factors that could have contributed to the deterioration. (ii)
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0ontractors are carrying out a ma7or building pro7ect for an organisation.
Outline how this organisation could reduce the risk to the contractors before the start of and
during the building pro7ect (iiii)
(8)
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a) dentify 8O9) types of emergency that would require an organisation to have an
emergency procedure. (iii)
(5)
b) ',plain why visitors to a workplace should be informed of its emergency procedures
(iii) (5)
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Outline how induction training programmes for new workers can help reduce the number of
accidents in the workplace (ii)
(8)
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dentify possible in:uences on an organisations health and safety management standards
(ii) (8)
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Outline the factors that should be considered when assessing the health and safety
competence of contractors (iii)
(8)
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a) dentify 8O9) types of health and safety information that could be displayed on a notice
board in a workplace
(5)
b) dentify how the e6ectiveness of notice boards as a method of communicating health and
safety information can be increased
(5)
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a) dentify (&O main purposes of 4rst aid treatment (iii)
($)
b) Outline the factors to be considered when making an assessment of 4rst aid requirements
in a workplace (iii)
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!ive reasons why it is important to use a variety of methods to communicate health and safety
information in the workplace (ii)
(8)
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a) ',plain why it is important for organisation to consult with its workers on health and safety
issues (5)
b) ',plain how arrangements for consultation with workers may be made more e6ective
(5)
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a) dentify (#)'' types of emergency in the workplace that may require the evacuation of
workers (ii) (*)
b) ',plain why it is important to develop emergency procedures in the workplace
(ii) (;)
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(wo organisations share the same worksite.
Outline how the organisations could work together to help ensure the workplace is safe and
healthy. (8)
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dentify ways in which a manager could involve workers in the improvement of health and safety
in the workplace. (iiii)
(8)
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dentify merits (advantages) A</ limitations (disadvantages) of the following methods of
communication of health and safety messages"
a) &ritten= (5)
b) !raphic. (5)
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dentify factors relating to the individual (person) which might increase risk to a worker while at
work. (8)
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Outline ways in which the health and safety culture of an organisation might be improved (iii)
(8)
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Outline why it is important that all persons in an organisation are aware of their roles and
responsibilities for health and safety
(8)
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2 Point Question
An organisation needs to review its provision of health and safety training for its workers.
a) dentify factors that should be considered when developing a programme of health and
safety training
(8)
b) dentify measures that might be used to assess the e6ectiveness of health and safety
training (5)
c) dentify checks that could be made to help to assess whether a person is competent
(5)
d) !ive reasons why it is important for an employer to keep a record of the training provided
to each worker
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a) !ive the meaning of the term 2perception3
($)
b) dentify ways in which workers perception of ha>ards in the workplace might be improved.
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Outline the health and safety roles and responsibilities of"
a) /irectors and senior managers
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b) %upervisors (+)
c) &orkers (5)
d) ?erson(s) with primary health and safety functions- eg health and safety o1cer
(5)
UNIT $ Management systems ! Planning
Outline- with e,amples- the general hierarchy that should be applied in order to control
health and safety risks in the workplace. (ii)
(8)
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An organisation is introducing a new activity that requires a safe system of work. ',plain"
a) &hy it is important to involve workers in the development of a safe system of work (ii)
(5)
b) &hy it is important for safe systems of work to have written procedures
(ii) (5)
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a) dentify the key stages of a workplace risk assessment (iiiii)
(;)
b) Outline (#)'' reasons for reviewing a risk assessment (iii)
(*)
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a) /e4ne the term 2#a>ard3 (iiiii) ($)
b) /e4ne the term 2)isk3. (iiiiii)
($)
c) dentify 8O9) means of ha>ard identi4cation that may be used in the workplace (iii)
(5)
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',plain why the provision of personal protective equipment (??') should be considered only
after other control measures (ii)
(8)
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a) dentify reasons why young workers could be at greater risk of being in7ured at work (iii)
(5)
b) Outline the control measures that should be taken to minimise risks to young workers
(5)
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dentify the factors to be considered to reduce the risks to workers required to work alone
away from the workplace (ii)
(8)
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a) !ive (&O reasons why visitors to a workplace might be at greater risk of in7ury than
workers (ii) ($)
b) dentify precautions that could be taken to reduce the risk of in7ury to visitors to a
workplace (ii) (+)
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/ue to its limitations personal protective equipment (??') should only be considered after
other control measures
Outline the limitations of using ??' (ii)
(8)
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a) dentify work activities that may present a particular risk to pregnant women at work A</
give an e,ample of 'A0# type of activity. (ii)
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b) Outline actions that an employer may take when a risk to a new or e,pectant mother
cannot be avoided. (ii)
($)
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Outline factors that should be considered when developing a safe system of work
(8)
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dentify '!#( sources of information that might usefully be consulted when developing a
safe system of work. (8)
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a) dentify (&O e,amples of con4ned spaces. (ii)
($)
b) /escribe the main factors to consider when preparing a safe system of work for entry into
a con4ned space. (ii) (+)
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a) !ive the meaning of the term 2hierarchy of control3. (iii)
($)
b) Outline- with e,amples- the general hierarchy that should be applied with respect to
controlling health and safety risks in the workplace. (iiii)
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Outline the precautions that could be taken to ensure the health and safety of visitors to a
workplace (ii) (8)
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2 Point Question
&ith respect to undertaking general risk assessments on activities within a workplace"
a) Outline the key stages of the risk assessment process (iiiii)
(@A)
b) ',plain the criteria which must be met for the assessment to be 2suitable and su1cient3
(iiiii) (5)
c) Outline the factors that the employer should take into account when selecting individuals
to assist in carrying out the required risk assessment (iiiii)
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a) !ive the meaning of the term 2permit to work3 (iii)
($)
b) dentify (#)'' types of work that may require a permit to work- A</ give the reasons
why in 'A0# case (iii)
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dentify '!#( health and safety ha>ards relevant to the role of a long distance delivery driver
(8)
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UNIT % Management systems $ Measu#ing& audit and #e'ie(
a) ',plain how accident data can be used to improve health and safety performance within
an organisation (iii)
(5)
b) ',plain (&O active monitoring methods that can be used when assessing an organisations
health and safety performance (iii)
(5)
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An organisation has had an increase in the number of manual handling accidents and associated
ill health. dentify sources of information that may be available to help reduce the risks to
the workers (8)
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Outline the bene4ts to an employer of conducting accident investigations (iii)
(8)
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Outline 8O9) active monitoring procedures that could be used to assess the health and safety
performance of an organisation
(8)
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Outline the immediate A</ longer term actions that should be taken following an accident at
work that has caused serious in7ury to a worker
(8)
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a) Outline the role of workplace health and safety inspections (ii)
(5)
b) (i) !ive (&O strengths of using a checklist when carrying out an inspection (iii)
($)
(ii) !ive (&O weaknesses of using a checklist when carrying out an inspection (iii)
($)
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2 Point Question
a) dentify possible consequences to workers in7ured in an accident at work.
(5)
b) dentify possible costs to an organisation resulting from an accident at work.
(@A)
c) Outline actions management may take to prevent similar accidents.
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a) !ive the meaning of the term health and safety 2audit3.
($)
b) Outline the issues that need to be considered at the planning stage of an audit.
(5)
c) dentify (&O methods of gathering information during an audit.
($)
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2 Point Question
a) An organisation is required to introduce arrangements for health and safety inspections.
(i) !ive the meaning of the term 2health and safety inspection3.
($)
(ii) dentify factors to consider when making these arrangements.
(@A)
b) Outline how the 4ndings in an inspection report might be communicated in a way that is
e6ective and persuades senior management to take action.
(8)
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(he number of absences due to work-related upper limb disorders in an organisation is
increasing. Or
An organisation has had an increase in the number of manual handling accidents and
associated ill health.
dentify possible sources of information that could be used when investigating this problem.
(iiiii) (8)
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A visitor to a worksite has been in7ured when they were struck by a moving vehicle.
a) ',plain possible immediate causes of this accident. (ii)
(5)
b) ',plain possible underlying B root causes of this accident. (ii)
(5)
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Outline reasons why an organisation should be review its health and safety performance
(ii) (8)
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a) dentify 8O9) reasons why accidents should be reported and recorded within a workplace
(iii) (5)
b) dentify factors that might discourage workers from reporting workplace accidents (ii)
(5)
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Outline the main features of"
a) A health and safety inspection (iii)
(5)
b) A health and safety audit (iii) (5)
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dentify documentation that is likely to be inspected in a health and safety audit (ii)
(8)
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Outline the initial actions that should be taken following a ma7or in7ury accident at work
(ii) (8)
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2 Point Question
a) Outline the importance of monitoring as part of a health and safety management system
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b) dentify the"
(i) Active (proactive- and (ii)
(;)
(ii) )eactive measures (ii) (;)
Cy which an organisation can monitor its health and safety performance
c) ',plain why monitoring reports should be submitted to the 0hief ',ecutive or .anaging
/irector of the organisation
(5)
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Outline factors that would determine the frequency with which health and safety inspection
should be undertaken in a workplace
(8)
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A worker has been seriously in7ured in an accident at work
Outline the immediate and longer term actions that should be taken (iii)
(8)
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A machine has leaked hot liquid into a work area. <o one has been in7ured
Outline reasons why it is important for an orgainsation to investigate near miss incidents
(8)
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A serious accident has occurred. /uring the investigation it is found that an inspection of the
work site had taken place before the accident.
Outline possible reasons why the inspection did not lead to an unsafe situation being corrected.
(8)
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Outline factors that would determine the frequency with which health and safety inspections
should be undertaken in a workplace
(8)
IGC2 Questions
UNIT )- (o#*+lace ha,a#ds and #is* cont#ol
a) dentify 8O9) ha>ards that can cause trips or slips (iiiiiii)
(5)
b) dentify control measures that can be used to reduce the risk of slips and trips(iiiiiii)
(5)
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dentify safe working practices for the use of a mobile elevating work platform (.'&?). (iii)
(8)
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dentify ways in which accidents may be prevented when using portable ladders as a means of
access. (8)
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Outline precautions to be taken when repair work is to be carried out on the sloping roof of a
building. (8)
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dentify the main ha>ards associated with e,cavation work on construction sites. (ii)
(8)
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Outline the main ha>ards that may be present during the demolition of a building. (iiiiii)
(8)
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',cavation work is being carried out on a construction site. dentify the control measures needed
to reduce the risk to workers (ii)
(8)
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A large o1ce is open to the public for enquiries and the risk assessment has shown a signi4cant
risk of violence to workers from visitors.
Outline measures that the employer could take to reduce the risk (ii)
(8)
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dentify the control measures that could be implemented to reduce the risks to pedestrians in
areas where vehicles are manoeuvring (iiii)
(8)
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)epair work is to be carried out on the roof of a school
a) dentify control measures to reduce the risks to roof workers (iii)
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b) dentify (&O control measures to reduce the risks to other persons (iii)
($)
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Outline prevention strategies an organisation could consider to reduce the risk of violence
towards workers (iii) (8)
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dentify precautions that should be considered to prevent accidents to children who may be
tempted to gain access to a construction site (ii)
(8)
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2 Point Question
A three metre deep trench has to be dug across a car park
a) dentify ha>ards associated with the work
(@A)
b) Outline control measures that could be implemented to reduce the risk
(@A)
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A worker is manually loading bo,es of components onto metal shelves.
a) dentify 8O9) types of in7ury that the worker could su6er while carrying out this activity
(5)
b) dentify factors in relation to the task that will increase the risk of in7ury
(5)
dentify welfare and work environment requirements that should be provided in a workplace
(8)
UNIT -- t#ans+o#t ha,a#ds and #is* cont#ol
Outline '!#( precautions that should be taken when leaving a fork-lift truck unattended (iii)
(8)
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8orklift trucks are operating in a busy workplace. dentify suitable control measures to reduce the
risk of collision with workers (iiiii)
(8)
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Outline the speci4c ha>ards associated with the use of battery powered forklift trucks- and
identify the precautions necessary in 'A0# case (iii)
(8)
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Outline '!#( rules to be followed to minimise the risk of forklift trucks overturning
(8)
UNIT . musculos*eletal ha,a#ds and #is* cont#ol
dentify possible causes of a mobile crane overturning on a construction site (ii)
(8)
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A mobile crane has been permitted to be used on a construction site.
dentify checks that the driver should carry out before the lifting operation.
(8)
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Outline the precautions that should be taken when using mobile cranes (iiii)
(8)
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a) Outline the possible risks to health associated with the use of display screen equipment
(/%') (5)
b) dentify the features of a chair to ensure it is suitable for use at a /%' workstation.
(5)
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a) Dist 8O9) speci4c types of in7ury that could be caused by the incorrect manual handling
of loads
(5)
b) dentify factors in relation to the load that will a6ect the risk of in7ury
(5)
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2 Point Question
(he team leader in a warehouse is giving training to his team about manual handling.
a) dentify %E factors in relation to the load which he could include in his talk A</- for 'A0#-
give a practical e,ample that could be present in the warehouse.
(@$)
(he manager of the warehouse has recognised that the environmental conditions are
contributing to risks from the manual handling of loads and has
decided to make improvements.
b) dentify 8O9) environmental conditions that the manager could consider A</ identify risk
control measures which he could introduce.
(8)
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A display screen equipment (/%') workstation user has complained of neck and back pain.
dentify features associated with the workstation that might have contributed towards this
condition. (8)
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Outline factors to be considered when carrying out a manual handling assessment of the work
undertaken by baggage handlers at a large- busy airport (iii)
(8)
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A worker is manually loading bo,es of components onto metal shelves
a) dentify 8O9) types of in7ury that the worker could su6er while carrying out this task(ii)
(5)
b) dentify factors in relation to the task that will increase the risk of in7uryii)
(5)
UNIT /- (o#* e0ui+ment ha,a#ds and #is* cont#ols
2 Point Question
a) dentify 8O9) ha>ards associated with maintenance operations on machinery in the
workplace (ii) (5)
b) !ive 8O9) e,amples of how a worker could be in7ured when carrying out maintenance
operations on an item of machinery in the workplace (ii)
(5)
c) Outline measures to be taken to minimise the risk of in7ury during the maintenance of
machinery (ii) (@$)
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Outline the ha>ards to which a worker could be e,posed when cutting down a tree using
petrol driven chainsaw. (iii)
(8)
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Outline 8O9) main types of guards and safeguarding devices that may be used to reduce the
risk of contact with dangerous parts of machinery. (iii)
(8)
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A portable electric sander B electrical drill is being used in the production area of a factory.
a) dentify ha>ards that may be present. (ii)
(5)
b) Outline precautions that could be taken to reduce the risk. (ii)
(5)
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Outline 8O9) main types of guards and safeguarding devices that may be used to reduce the
risk of contact with dangerous parts of the machinery
(8)
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a) dentify 8O9) mechanical ha>ards associated with the use of a pedestal drill (iii)
(5)
b) Outline 8O9) control measures to reduce the risk of in7ury to operators of pedestal drills
(iii) (5)
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a) dentify the ha>ards associated with the use of a cement mi,er (iii)
(5)
b) 8or the ha>ards identi4ed above- outline control measures that can be used to reduce the
risk (iii) (5)
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&orkers are employed to carry out ground maintenance on a large area of land containing grass-
bushes and trees. Outline the ha>ards to which they may be e,posed
(8)
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Outline control measures to reduce the risks to workers when using non powered hand tools
(8)
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dentify '!#( types of non mechanical ha>ards associated with the use of machinery
(8)
UNIT 1- elect#ical safety
A portable electric drill for use on a construction site needs periodic inspection and testing to
ensure it is safe to operate
dentify the factors that would determine the frequency of the inspection and testing (ii)
(8)
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dentify pre-use checks for electrical safety that should be carried out on a portable drill. (ii)
(8)
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Outline control measures that could be used to reduce the risk from the use of electrical
equipment in a workplace. (iii)
(8)
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a) dentify the e6ects on the human body from a severe electric shock (iiiii)
(5)
b) dentify 8O9) factors that could a6ect the severity of in7ury resulting from contact with
electricity (ii)
(5)
UNIT 11-1#e safety
(he manager of an industrial unit containing a number of o1ces and workshops has 7ust
completed a risk assessment and is to develop a 4re plan
dentify the factors that should be addressed in the 4re plan (ii)
(8)
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Outline suitable control measures for the safe storage and use of highly :ammable liquids
in the workplace. (8)
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a) dentify 8O9) classes of 4re A</ the associated fuel sources.
(5)
b) dentify 8O9) types of portable 4re e,tinguisher A</- in 'A0# case- identify the class of
4re on which they should be used.
(5)
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dentify 8O9) types of ignition source that may lead to a 4re in the workplace A</ identify a
control measure for 'A0#.
(8)
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Outline factors to consider when carrying out a 4re risk assessment of a workplace.
(8)
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Outline the requirements to ensure the safe evacuation of persons from a building in the event of
a 4re (8)
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dentify '!#( common causes of 4res in the workplace (ii)
(8)
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a) n relation to the classi4cations of 4res- give an e,ample of material (fuel) that falls
within 'A0# of the classes A- C- 0 and /
(5)
b) dentify (&O methods of heat transfer A</ e,plain how 'A0# method contributes to
the spread of 4re (5)
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2 Point Question
a) dentify 8O9) sources of ignition that may lead to a 4re in the workplace (iiii)
(5)
b) Outline methods of reducing the risk of a 4re in the workplace (iiii)
(8)
c) Outline the measures that should be in place for a successful evacuation of a workplace
in the event of a 4re (iiii)
(8)
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a) dentify the principles of the 24re triangle3 (ii)
($)
b) dentify (#)'' methods of heat transfer and state how each contributes to the spread of
4re (iii) (+)
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dentify precautions that would need to be considered before welding work can commence
(8)
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Outline the general role a 4re marshal would be e,pected to undertake in an emergency
evacuation of a workplace in the event of a 4re
(8)
UNIT 12 chemical and 2iological health ha,a#ds and #is* cont#ol
a) dentify activities on a construction site that may e,pose workers to cement or
material containing cement (ii)
(*)
b) dentify the harmful e6ects to workers which could result from contact with cement (ii)
(;)
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2 Point Question
a) Outline factors to consider when undertaking an assessment of health risks for a
ha>ardous substance.
(8)

b) dentify (&O types of cellular defence mechanisms that the body has as a natural
defence system. ($)
c) !ive the meaning of the term 2ma,imum allowable concentration3.
($)
d) Outline factors that may reduce the e6ectiveness of a local e,haust ventilation system
(D'F). (8)
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a) dentify (&O possible health e6ects caused by e,posure to asbestos.
($)
b) dentify (#)'' types of product that contain asbestos A</- for 'A0#- give an e,ample
of where these can be found in the workplace.
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Outline issues that should be considered by an organisation when developing a system for the
safe collection and disposal of its waste.
(8)
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2 Point Question
An organisation uses small quantities of to,ic chemicals
a) dentify 8O9) possible routes of entry of to,ic substances into the body(iii)
(5)
b) ',plain the di6erences between acute and chronic health e6ects (iii)
(5)
c) dentify the sources of information which could be used in the assessment of risk of
to,ic substances (iii) (5)
d) Outline the control measures that might be required in order to minimise risks to workers
(iii) (8)
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a) dentify possible routes of entry of biological organisms into the body
(5)
b) Outline control measures that be could be used to reduce the risk of infection from
biological organisms
(5)
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A recent increase in work related ill health has been noticed amongst workers who use solvent
for which a workplace e,posure limit (&'D) has been set.
a) ',plain the meaning of the term 2 workplace e,posure limit3 (iii)
($)
b) !ive possible reasons for the increase in work related ill health amongst the workers(iii)
(+)
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a) dentify 8O9) forms of ha>ardous substance for which respiratory protective equipment
could be used to reduce the risk of harm (iii)
(5)
b) Outline factors that could reduce the e6ectiveness of the respiratory protective equipment
(iii) (5)
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a) dentify (#)'' forms of biological agents (iii)
(*)
b) dentify (#)'' possible routes of entry into the body for a biological agent (iii)
(*)
c) !ive (&O control measures to reduce the risk of e,posure to a biological agent
(iii) ($)
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dentify the information that should be included on a manufacturer3s safety data sheet supplied
with a substance
(8)
UNIT 1! +hysical and +sychological health ha,a#ds and #is*
cont#ol
dentify factors that may indicate a need for health surveillance of workers in a workplace
(iii) (8)
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a) dentify 8O9) types of ionising radiation (iiii)
(5)
b) Outline the main control measures for ionising radiation (iiii)
(5)
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An employer has been advised to implement control measures to protect the hearing of workers
e,posed to e,cessively high noise levels.
Outline control measures to reduce the noise e,posure to the workers.
(8)
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a) Outline the possible health e6ects from e,posure to high levels of noise (ii)
(+)
b) !ive (&O e,amples of noise control techniques- other than personal hearing protection-
that would bene4t all workers (ii)
($)
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A maintenance worker regularly uses a hand held grinder- and is e,posed to vibration.
a) dentify the symptoms that the worker may e,perience due to this e,posure (ii)
($)
b) Outline %E control measures that can be used to reduce the risk from vibration (ii)
(+)
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Outline the factors that may lead to occupational stress amongst workers
(8)
Outline 8O9) types of engineering control that may be used to reduce noise in the workplace
and give an e,ample of each (ii)
(8)
a) dentify health e6ects that may be caused by ionising radiation
(5)
b) Outline the main control measures to reduce the e6ects of e,posure to ionising radiation
(5)