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Safety Interview Questions 27 contains questions about Anemometer,  safely harness, handling Hazardous Materials,  ignitable waste, Toxic waste, Reactive waste,  Reactive waste, characteristic of inert Gas.

261. Name the instrument used to measure wind speed.

262. What is the min. distance for excavated materials to be kept from the edge of excavation?

263. Write any 4 sign of damage when you inspect safely harness?

264. What do you refer when handling Hazardous Materials?

265. What are the documents should be submitted when apply for excavation permit?

266. Give examples of ignitable waste.

267 . Give examples of Toxic waste.

268. Give examples of Reactive waste.

269.  Give examples of Reactive waste.

270. Write characteristic of inert Gas?

261. Name the instrument used to measure wind speed.

Anemometer

262. What is the min. distance for excavated materials to be kept from the edge of excavation?

5 Feet or more.

263. Write any 4 sign of damage when you inspect safely harness?

I. Webbing (rips, fraying, fatigue (or thinning), abrasions, cuts, broken fibers, or chemical or corrosive damage. Fading of webbing color can indicate UV wear)

II. D-rings (bending, distortion, rust, corrosion, cracks, nicks, burns, deep scratches or other signs of fatigue)

III. Buckles (distortions or sharp edges)

IV. General Damage/Wear and tear


264. What do you refer when handling Hazardous Materials?

I. Follow all established procedures and perform job duties as you’ve been trained.

II. Be cautious and plan ahead. Think about what could go wrong and pay close attention to what you’re doing while you work.

III. Always use required PPE—and inspect it carefully before each use to make sure it’s safe to use. Replace worn out or damage PPE; it won’t provide adequate protection.

IV. Make sure all containers are properly labeled and that the material is contained in an appropriate container. Don’t use any material not contained or labeled properly. Report any damaged containers or illegible labels to your supervisor right away.

V. Read labels and the material safety data sheet (MSDS) before using any material to make sure you understand hazards and precautions.

VI. Use all materials solely for their intended purpose. Don’t, for example, use solvents to clean your hands, or gasoline to wipe down equipment.

VII. Never eat or drink while handling any materials, and if your hands are contaminated, don’t use cosmetics or handle contact lenses.

VIII. Read the labels and refer to MSDSs to identify properties and hazards of chemical products and materials.

IX. Store all materials properly, separate incompatibles, and store in ventilated, dry, cool areas.

X. Keep you and your work area clean. After handling any material, wash thoroughly with soap and water. Clean work surfaces at least once a shift so that contamination risks are minimized.

XI. Learn about emergency procedures and equipment. Understanding emergency procedures means knowing evacuation procedures, emergency reporting procedures, and procedures for dealing with fires and spills. It also means knowing what to do in a medical emergency if a co- worker is injured or overcome by chemicals.


265. What are the documents should be submitted when apply for excavation permit?

I. Excavation work permit

II. A safety checklist may prove helpful when you consider specific site conditions such as the following:

a) Traffic,

b) Proximity and physical conditions of nearby structures,

c) Soil,

d) Surface and ground water,
 
e) Location of the water table,

f) Overhead and underground utilities, and

g) Weather

266. Give examples of ignitable waste.

I. Liquids with a flashpoint of less than 60o C / 140o F

II. Solids that burn spontaneously

III. Flammable compressed gas

IV. Oxidizers

V. Materials with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) or Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) flammability hazard rating of 3 or 4.


267 Give examples of Toxic waste.
  • Arsenic, 
  • Barium, 
  • Benzene, Cadmium, 
  • Carbon Tetrachloride, 
  • Chlordane, 
  • Chlorobenzene, 
  • Chloroform, 
  • Chromium, 
  • O-Cresol, M-Cresol, P-Cresol, Cresol, 
  • Endrin, 
  • Heptachlor, 
  • Hex chlorobenzene, 
  • Hexachlorobutadiene, 
  • Hexachloroethane, 
  • Lead, 
  • Lindane, 
  • Mercury, 
  • Methoxychlor, 
  • Methyl ethyl ketone, 
  • Nitrobenzene, 
  • Pentachlorophenol, 
  • Pyridine, 
  • Selenium, 
  • Silver, 
  • Tetrachloroethylene, 
  • Toxaphene, 
  • Trichloroethylene, 
  • Vinyl Chloride
268. Give examples of Reactive waste.

I. Materials that tend to be unstable at normal temperatures and pressures

II. Water reactive materials

III. Explosives

IV. Cyanide or sulfide bearing wastes

V. Pyrophoric metals such as sodium
 
VI. Cyanide wastes

VII. Ethers

VIII. Peroxides

269.  Give examples of Reactive waste.

I. Aqueous solutions with pH less than 2 or greater than 12.5

II. Liquid that corrodes steel at a rate greater than 6.35 mm per year (0.25 inches per year) at a test temperature of 55°C (130°F)

III. Strong acids

IV. Alkaline degreasers

V. Water/wastewater treatment chemicals

VI. Any debris that is contaminated with this material

270. Write characteristic of inert Gas?


I. They are also called Noble Gases or Inert Gases or Zero Group Elements.

II. They have eight electrons in their valence shell except helium (Z=2).
 
III. Their valence shell are complete.

IV. They are chemically inert.

V. They have high values of Ionization Potential.

VI. Noble gases are diamagnetic due to absence of unpaired electrons.

VII. They are monoatomic gases.

VIII. They are colorless and odorless gases.

IX. All these are present in our atmosphere except radon.

X. Noble gases are quite soluble in water.

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