DXB Live Health And Safety Test

Your basic event health and safety knowledge is assessed by answering these 40 questions.
- There is only one correct answer per question.
- You're only allowed 20 minutes (timer is at bottom right of your screen) so don't go googling answers.
- As soon as you've answered the question, you cannot go back to change your answer.
- Unanswered questions count as wrong answers.
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1. How do you know a fire extinguisher is usable?
2. Before placing heavy objects on an exhibition floor, what do you ask the venue?
3. Which 3 conditions are necessary to start a fire?
4.

Why should you avoid waste buildup on your event site?

5. How must a generator fuel tank be constructed?
6.

What is a risk assessment?

7. Which document is necessary when a temporary structure is completed?
8. What do you need to do during the summer time in the UAE when working outside?
9. On a drawing, you see 1:200. What does this mean?
10. What kind of force is a dynamic load?
11. How much does water weigh per cubic meter?
12. Who must supply PPE?
13. Why must cables always have the proper rating?
14. What is a hot works permit?
15. What is the maximum height to base ratio of a scaffold?
16. When do you have the highest dynamic loads in a rig?
17. When setting up generators, the following is true.
18. How do you promote a good safety culture?
19. Are knots allowed in wire ropes?
20. What hazards exist when using a CO2 extinguisher?
21. How many newtons are 100 kg?
22. What is the safest way to access a lighting fixture that is 10 meters high?
23.

Which fire extinguisher should be used for electrical fires?

24. When using power tools, what’s the first thing you should do?
25.

When do you need a staff member trained in first aid on your event site.

26. What is "lock out tag out"?
27. When planning a small exhibition in a hotel, which document is most important for the planning process?
28. What can you use to keep an object(such as a lamp) from falling, should the primary fastening fail?
29. When coming on site, what should a supervisor do first?
30. Must a risk assessment be available to staff on site?
31. When working at night, what must you do?
32. What mainly determines the circuit breaker rating?
33. What are circuit breakers for?
34. You see a worker in flip flops working on a stage. What do you do?
35. When does your staff need to wear a helmet on site?
36. During a site inspection, what should you ask for if you want to hang a lighting rig?
37. When leaning a ladder against a wall, what ratio must be applied?
38.

What license does the driver of a cherry picker need?

39. What does not belong in a site induction?
40. What are RCD’s or ELCB’s for?

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