Vtcc Onboarding

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1. What does the Legislative Framework consist of?
Standards, policies, regulations, compliance codes, guidance notes 
Policies, procedures, acts, standards, regulations 
Acts, regulations, standards, compliance codes, guidance notes 
Regulations, policies, procedures, work instructions, risk assessments 
2. Employees are only responsible for ensuring their own health & safety?
3. If an HSE Issue is identified the employee should notify:
Human Resources 
Work mate 
Project manager 
Their supervisor 
4. VTCC uses various modes to communicate and consult on HSE issues including:
Stop work meetings 
Pre-start meetings 
All the above 
5. It is the employer’s responsibility to provide:
Appropriate amenities 
Supervision & training 
All the above 
6. VTCC implements a random drug and alcohol testing process?
7. Alcohol and drug tolerance is:
8. Phones and IPODS/ personal listening devices are banned from:
Lunchrooms/crib-huts, toilets 
General Site Area 
Designated smoking areas 
9. To stay hydrated you should:
Start work in a well-hydrated state 
Drink regularly and between 600ml and one litre of water per hour in summer 
Avoid soft/ caffeinated drinks 
Increase your intake of fluids if you urine is dark 
10. A hazard is anything with the potential to harm:
The environment 
All the above 
11. When carrying out a risk assessment, before identifying risks you must establish:
Which controls to use 
The context of the job 
If someone else could do the job 
PPE to be used 
12. The hierachy of control from most effective to least effective is:
Eliminate, substitute, isolate, engineer, administration, PPE 
Eliminate, isolate, substitute, engineer, administration, PPE 
Eliminate, substitute, engineer, isolate, administration, PPE 
Eliminate, isolate, engineer, substitute, administration, PPE 
13. You should always use an engineering control before substituting a hazard out?
14. A Risk Matrix is used:
To determine who should do the job 
To determine the steps of the job 
To determine the potential risk of a hazard 
To help identify appropriate controls 
15. SWMS are mandatory for all 'High Risk Construction Work'?
16. Job Hazard Analysis only needs to be completed if there is no procedure in place?
17. Start Cards are used:
To assist managing risks of day-to-day tasks 
For any task,step or change that may occur in the work area 
If you do not have time to do a JHA 
To create a state of awareness prior to the job 
18. Which risk assessment tools are used?
Risk Register, SWMS, JHA, Take 5 
Risk Register, SWMS, JHA, Start Card 
Risk Register, SOP, JSA, Take 5 
Risk Register, SWMS, JSA, Start Card 
19. Non-compliance with any permit or tagging system will result in disciplinary action?
20. PPE should be appropriate for the task and comply with site requirements:
21. Steps for controlling manual handling risks include:
Plan the lift before moving the object 
Keep your back straight (tighten stomach muscles) 
Avoid bending, twisting or reaching 
Hold the load as close as possible to you 
22. All portable equipment and electrical tools should be protected with:
A fuse 
A circuit breaker 
A residual current device (RCD) 
A programmable logic controller (PLC) 
23. Powder Fire Extinguishers ABE are suitable for the following types of fire:
Class A - Paper, textiles, wood, most plastic & rubber 
Class B - Flammable liquids 
Class C - Compbustible gases 
Class E - Electrically energised equipment 
24. Water Fire Extinguishers are suitable for Class B - Flammable liquids
25. When using a grinder:
Keep the disc at a 15 to 30-degree angle 
Disconnect the power when the grinder is not in use 
Break worn or chipped discs in half and discard 
All the above 
26. Maximum RPM for the disc must be less than maximum RPM for the grinder?
27. When welding and oxy cutting:
Qualifications and competency are not required 
Additional PPE only includes oxy goggles 
Voltage limiting devices (VLDs) are optional for welding machines 
Pre-start checks must be conducted on equipment and leads 
28. When welding and oxy cutting hazards include:
Rotating machinery, electricity 
Fire, electricity, hot surfaces, fumes 
Fire, electricity, burns 
Fire, electricity, hot surfaces, supervision 
29. A safety Data Sheet (SDS) provides:
Health and safety information about hazardous substances or dangerous goods 
Safe storage instructions 
First aid measures and emergency procedures 
Precautions for the safe use of the substance, including engineering controls and PPE 
30. Safety Data Sheets are updated every ten years?
31. When using Dangerous Goods/ Hazardous Subtances (DGHS):
SDS requirements must be complied with 
An SDS for each DGHS is required at the work area 
No risk assessment is required 
Conceal any spills 
32. Gas cylinders shall be:
Lifted by the valve not the cylinder 
Fitted with flashback arresters on the regulator and the hand piece 
Stored upright, secured by a chain away from ignition sources in well-ventilated area 
Used in a horizontal position 
33. Dangerous Goods include: LPG, petrol, paints, pesticides and acids?
34. Who is responsible for establishing and maintaining barricades?
Any person who creates or is about to create a hazard 
Any person who discovers a hazard 
35. Solid barricading can be constructed from:
Scaffold tubing 
Star pickets and bunting 
Free standing units 
Witches hats 
36. Details of barricading must be included in the JHA?
37. For barricading the following shall be complied with:
Danger tape is for exclusion zones 
Hard barricading is to be used where an exposed edge is created 
Caution tape is for work areas where hazards exist 
Information tags shall be displayed at entry points 
38. Barricades must be:
Inspected at the commencement and completion of each shift 
Not less than 1.0 metre from the hazard 
At least 1.0 metre high 
Erected directly above the work areas where there is a risk of dropped objects 
39. Examples of potential confined spaces can include:
Vats, tanks and silos 
Pipes and ducts 
Shafts, trenches, tunnels and pits 
40. Mandatory requirements for working in confined spaces include:
Correct and valid permits & SWMS 
Atmospheric testing 
Sentry & entry/ exit log 
Any required isolations 
41. A rescue plan is required for confined space entry?
42. Working at Heights (W@H) controls must be implemented for any work where there is a chance of falling more than:
1.5 metres 
1.8 metres 
2.0 metres 
From one level to another 
43. Which is the correct sequence of risk control measures for working at heights:
Travel restraint, fall arrest, eliminate S@H, scaffolds, ladders 
Eliminate W@H, scaffolds, travel restraint, fall arrest, ladders 
Eliminate W@H, scaffolds, fall arrest, travel restraint, ladders 
Scaffold, ladders, fall arrest, travel restraint, eliminate W@H 
44. Extension ladders and aluminium ladders are allowed on site?
45. All work using Elevating Work Platforms requires:
No barricading or signage 
No qualifications or competency 
Spotters shall be in place during all movements of and work from an EWP 
Weekly pre-start check 
46. SCAFTAGS must state:
Capacity of the scaffold 
Number of persons allowed 
Date erected 
The scaffold builders name 
47. Scaffolds must be inspected monthly.
48. When using mobile cranes:
Pre-start checks must be performed 
Slings must be inspected weekly 
Anyone can rig a load 
Anyone can walk under a swinging load 
49. Anyone can sling and direct loads on mobile cranes?
50. All excavations require:
Barricading and signage 
A rescue plan if below 1.5 metres 
Only a JHA 
Benching & battering 
51. Any excavation will require an excavation permit?
52. A work incident can be which of the following:
Dropping a tool while working at height, that does not hit anyone or break anything 
Back strain from gardening at home 
Operating plant/equipment without a pre-start check 
Pouring solvents into storm water drain 
53. If you are injured on site, you must report to:
Work mate 
54. The site-specific emergency response plan identifies:
All potential emergency situations 
Roles and Responsibilities 
Key contact numbers 
All the above 
55. Emergency evacuation maps identify:
First aiders 
Evacuation routes & muster points 
Location of emergency equipment 
Designated smoking areas 
56. On hearing the evacuation siren, all personnel are required to:
Make plant and equipment safe 
Proceed immediately to the muster point in a safe and orderly manner 
Do not stop to collect personal belongings 
Assemble at the muster point 
57. Following an emergency evacuation, you may return to site if you think it is safe?
58. When driving a company vehicle, you must:
Hold a current drivers licence 
Immediately report faults or incidents 
Never use mobile phones unless it is an emergency 
Use seat belts 
59. Daily Pre-Start Inspections should be completed on vehicles?
60. Which of the following applies to on site vehicle safety?
Anyone can use a forklift 
If you have the appropriate ticket you can operate the mobile plant 
You must be under 0.5 to drive 
Site traffic management plans must be complied with 
61. Wilful misuse/ unauthorised use of vehicles/ mobile plant results in instant dismissal?
62. For office based work which of the following apply?
Ergonomic and security issues must be addressed 
Regular breaks (20 secs/ 20 minutes) 
Exercise (i.e. stretching) 
All the above 

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