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KERSTAS 2/BAHAGIAN 1 (OBJECTIVE)

Jawab Semua (30 minit sahaja)


1.

What are basic elements of Indoor Air Quality?

2.

What do you understand about Health Surveillance?

3.

Definition of Respirable Dust.

4.

How do you perform sampling to workers? Explain the method.

5.

Give 3 basic principles of Ionizing Radiation.

6.

What do you understand about PEL?

7.

Give characteristics of chronic exposure.

8.

Explain the effects of asbestos.

9.

Definition of Ergonomics.

10.

110dBa. What is the exposure time to workers measured?

11.

In FMA, what are the minimum ages for workers?

12.

How you control hazard at source?

13.

What are the essential fittings for Steam Boiler?

14.

In machine guarding, what are the devices when we open the machine
stopped?

15.

How do you control machinery hazards?

16.

What are the elements to be considered when selecting PPE at the

workplace?
17.

Who are the designated people to perform these jobs


a.

Scaffolding

b.

Boiler

c.

Steam Boiler

KERSTAS 2/BAHAGIAN II (SUBJECTIVE)


Jawab Semua (30 minit sahaja)
1.

List 2 Types Of Stress In Intervention Program

2.

2 Main Factors To Determine The Chemical Toxicity

3.

2 Forms Effect The Effectiveness Of General Ventilation System

4.

Motor Vehicle On Construction Site Always Accident. Name 2 Method To


Control The Accidents /

5.

4 Machines At Construction That Need Certificate Of Fitness

6.

Air Sampling To___________& _________________Contaminant

7.

Biological Monitoring To Human?_______________&_______________

8.

Excessive Load For Electrical Equipment, How To Control? Name 2

9.

Fire Spread Method, Name 2

KERSTAS 2/BAHAGIAN III (ESSEI)


Soalan 1 & 2 wajib dijawab (Soalan 4 6 pilih dua sahaja)
Soalan 1.

CSDS

a. CSDS why important


b. CPL regulation 1997 regulation state 4 important information from
CSDS and each give 2 examples
c. when CSDS to be reviewed (2 situations)
Soalan 2

Fencing And Machinery / Safeguarding


a.

4 Ways May Be Injury

b.

6 Types Of Machine Hazards & Example Machines Each

c.

Maintenance @ selenggara under FMA 1967 definition

d.

Why sometimes operator removes machine and continue


without safety device

Soalan 3
a. Gloves, Belts, Coverall, Apron (PPE Available) Gives 3 Factors
When Considering To Select Them
b. 3 Types Of Air Supplied Respirators
c. Definition Of Protection Factor For Respirator
Soalan 4
a. Purpose Of LEV
b. 2 Requirements Of FMA 1967 That Use LEV
c. Component And Illustrations Of LEV
d. Advantage Of LEV
Soalan 5

Soalan 6

a.

Electrical hazards failure & injuries (name 5)

b.

5 common causes of electrical failure

c.

5 action to prevent failure

Confined space
a.

Definition of confined space (2 definition)

b.

4 main hazards when working

c.

Causes of oxygen deficiency in confined space

d.

4 safety measure + illustrations

MODULE 1 OSH MANAGEMENT


Principles of Loss Prevention
1.

What are the six principles of accident prevention?

2.

Define what is meant by an accident?

3.

What are the costs of an accident?

OSH Policy, Organizations and Arrangements


1.

What is meant by an OSH Policy?

2.

What are the content of a general OSH Policy?

3.

Outline the organization of safety and health responsibilities and the


arrangements (plan and procedures) at a workplace?

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control


1.

Define what is meant by hazard, risk and danger?

2.

What are the 3 basic steps in the design of workplace OSH procedure?

3.

Discuss the various methods of identifying hazards at the workplace?

4.

What is meant by safe system of work?

5.

Discuss how would you assess the hazards and explain the hierarchy of the
control measures?

6.

What is Job safety Analysis? Explain the steps involved in preparing the JSA.

Accident Investigation
1.

What are the purposes of accident investigation?

2.

How you would conduct an accident investigation?

3.

Who are responsible to investigate the accident?

4.

Describe how you would interview the witnesses

5.

Discuss how you would write an incident report.

MODULE II OSH LEGISLATION


1.

What is the primary aim of the OSHA 1994?

2.

What are the three separate branches of the law of tort?

3.

Under the OSHA 1994, what is meant by the term listed below?

a.

Occupier

b.

Place of work

c.

Plant

d.

Premises

e.

Prescribed

4.

What are the two main functions of the OSH Committees?

5.

List down the membership of the OSH Committees.

6.

What is the main objective of the FMA 1967?

7.

List down the machinery that includes under Factories and Machinery (person-incharge) regulations, 1970.

8.

According the Fire Services Act 1988 & Regulations Feb 1997, what are the five
main hazards produced by fire?

9.

Explain the three strategies for protecting against and dealing with fire in
accordance with the Fire Services Act 1988 & Regulations Feb 1997.

10.

Discuss the four ways how the fire or flammable atmosphere can be detected.

11.

List down the duties of SHO

12.

What are the documents to be submitted by SHO to his superior on the 10 th of


every preceding month?

MODULE III OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH


1.

Describe the 5 general groups of hazards with example of each.

2.

List out the factors that influence the toxicity/damaging effect of substances on
the body.

3.

Describe the mode of entry of substance into the body.

4.

Briefly explain the purpose of personal sampling, area sampling, grab sampling
and integrated sampling.

5.

List out the factors to be considered in selecting air sampling method.

6.

What are the 4 types of monitoring system used in occupational health


surveillance?

7.

Discuss the factors considered in conducting sampling for the purpose of


evaluating workers exposure.

8.

What is the purpose of health surveillance?

9.

Outline the type of health surveillance that can be carried out for workers.

10.

List out the toxic effects of chemical substance based on its health based
classification.

11.

Discuss the safe procedure of chemicals that should be carried out during
receiving, handling, storing and disposal.

12.

What is the information contained in MSDS?

13.

How would you conduct a risk assessment for manual handling activities?

14.

Give the effect of noise.

15.

Discuss components of the noise conservation program.

16.

List out the problems caused by heat stress.

17.

Explain the safe measures that can be used to prevent heat stress.

18.

What is the purpose of general dilution ventilation?

19.

Describe the components of local exhaust ventilation.

20.

Discuss the safety procedures of working in confined spaces.


21.

Discuss the factors involve in the selection of the repirators.

MODULE III OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH


1.

Describe the 5 general groups of hazards with example of each.

2.

List out the factors that influence the toxicity/damaging effect of substances on
the body.

3.

Describe the mode of entry of substance into the body.

4.

Briefly explain the purpose of personal sampling, area sampling, grab sampling
and integrated sampling.

5.

List out the factors to be considered in selecting air sampling method.

6.

What are the 4 types of monitoring system used in occupational health


surveillance?

7.

Discuss the factors considered in conducting sampling for the purpose of


evaluating workers exposure.

8.

What is the purpose of health surveillance?

9.

Outline the type of health surveillance that can be carried out for workers.

10.

List out the toxic effects of chemical substance based on its health based
classification.

11.

Discuss the safe procedure of chemicals that should be carried out during
receiving, handling, storing and disposal.

12.

What is the information contained in MSDS?

13.

How would you conduct a risk assessment for manual handling activities?

14.

Give the effect of noise.

15.

Discuss components of the noise conservation program.

16.

List out the problems caused by heat stress.

17.

Explain the safe measures that can be used to prevent heat stress.

18.

What is the purpose of general dilution ventilation?

19.

Describe the components of local exhaust ventilation.

20.

Discuss the safety procedures of working in confined spaces.

21.
Discuss the factors involve in the selection of the repirators. MODULE III
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
1.

Describe the 5 general groups of hazards with example of each.

2.

List out the factors that influence the toxicity/damaging effect of substances on
the body.

3.

Describe the mode of entry of substance into the body.

4.

Briefly explain the purpose of personal sampling, area sampling, grab sampling
and integrated sampling.

5.

List out the factors to be considered in selecting air sampling method.

6.

What are the 4 types of monitoring system used in occupational health


surveillance?

7.

Discuss the factors considered in conducting sampling for the purpose of


evaluating workers exposure.

8.

What is the purpose of health surveillance?

9.

Outline the type of health surveillance that can be carried out for workers.

10.

List out the toxic effects of chemical substance based on its health based
classification.

11.

Discuss the safe procedure of chemicals that should be carried out during
receiving, handling, storing and disposal.

12.

What is the information contained in MSDS?

13.

How would you conduct a risk assessment for manual handling activities?

14.

Give the effect of noise.

15.

Discuss components of the noise conservation program.

16.

List out the problems caused by heat stress.

17.

Explain the safe measures that can be used to prevent heat stress.

18.

What is the purpose of general dilution ventilation?

19.

Describe the components of local exhaust ventilation.

20.

Discuss the safety procedures of working in confined spaces.

21.

Discuss the factors involve in the selection of the repirators.

22.

Definition of toxicology.

23.

List down the effect of toxicology

MODULE IV OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY


1.

Describe the hazards that can be caused by movement of machinery.

2.

What are the principal factors that determined the level of risk when working with
machinery?

3.

How can the accidents that involved with machinery hazards can be prevented?

4.

Explain the types of machine guards.

5.

What are the criteria for a good guard?

6.

How can you ensure the machine can be operated safely?

7.

What is meant by maintenance?

8.

Discuss the type of maintenance for machines, guards and tools.

9.

What are the hazards that may arise from poor housekeeping?

10.

What are the hazards that associated with hoisting machinery (crane)?

11.

How can the hazards mentioned above be eliminated?

12.

What are the 4 basic rules that can help to prevent hazards associated with the
use of handtools and powertools?

13.

What are the causes of electrical failures?

14.

Explain how you can prevent electrical failures.

15.

Discuss the hazards that may arise in an office environment and describe the
control measures.