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Respiratory Protection Program Quiz

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       1.        The standard that establishes minimum medical, training and equipment levels for respiratory protection is:

    a.       NFPA 1500

    b.      OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134

    c.       OSHA CFR part 84

    d.      NIOSH 1910.134                      

         2.    As per OSHA, an oxygen deficient atmosphere is:

    a.       20%

    b.      23%

    c.       19.5%

    d.      23.5%

         3.     The employer is responsible for establishing and maintaining a respirator program



        4.      An air purifying filter element removes solid or liquid aerosols



        5.      An IDLH atmosphere is considered:

    a.       Incidental Detection of Life Hazard

    b.      Immediate Decline in Life and Health

    c.       Immediately Dangerous to Life and health

    d.      Incidental Depletion to Life Safety and Help

        6.     PA-TF1 conducts fit testing with:

    a.       Porta Count Quantitative test equipment

    b.      Porta Count Qualitative test equipment

    c.       Porta Power Quantitative test equipment

    d.       Porta Power Qualitative test equipment

       7.     With a Respiratory Protection Program, a medical evaluation questionnaire would be found under:

    a.       OSHA appendix C

    b.      OSHA appendix A

    c.       OSHA appendix D

    d.      OSHA appendix B

       8.   PA-TF1 carries in its inventory the Scott:

    a.       A-Cel Quarter Facepiece Mask

    b.      D-Cel Full Facepiece Mask

    c.       R-Cel Half Facepiece Mask

    d.      X-Cel Half Facepiece Mask

       9.   The Qualitative Fit Test (QLFT) relies on numerically measuring the amount of leakage into the respirator



       10.  Under 29 CFR 1910.134 fit testing of QLFT or QNFT is required at least  annually



       11.  Employees must leave the respirator use area

    a.  To wash their face and respirator facepiece as necessary

    b.  It they detect vapor or gas  breakthrough or changes in breathing resistance

    c.  To replace the respirator or filter, cartridge or canister

                d.  All of the above

       12.  All filters, cartridges and canisters must be labeled and color coded with the OSHA approved



       13.  Respirator cleaning procedure are mentioned under 29 CFR 1910.134 appendix B-2 within this respiratory protection class



       14. Program evaluation on respiratory protection includes:

    a.       Consulting employees to assess their views on program effectiveness

    b.      Proper use

    c.       Proper maintenance

    d.      All of the above

       15.  The 5 types of Respiratory Protection discussed in this lesson include:

    a.       Dust, APR, PAPR, SAR and Level A

    b.      APR, CPR, SCBA, Loose Fitting and canister

    c.       Dust, APR, PAPR, SAR and SCBA

    d.      Cloth, Air Powered, Helmet Mask, PPE and level A

       16.  PA-TF1 requires an annual Respirator Protection Refresher annually:



       17. The Scott C420 Plus PAPR is NIOSH and CBRN approved with the use of:

    a.       AV2000 NeverSeal

    b.      AV3000 SureSeal

    c.       AV5000 FullySeal

    d.      AV4000 SelfSeal

       18.  PA-TF1 requires a Respiratory Protection Program Medical Evaluation every 4 years



       19. Employees should perform a user seal check:

    a.       Once a year

    b.      Once a month

    c.       Every other use

    d.      Every time a respirator is used

       20.  High efficiency filters are at least 99.97% efficient in removing monodisperse particles of 0.3 micrometers in diameter





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Last modified: 01/18/19
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