At which level of accountability are policies and procedures typically found?

Question 1 

At which level of accountability are policies and procedures typically found?

 

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Corporate level

 

Supervisor level

 

Management level

 

Worker level

Question 2 

What is the next step in an accident investigation once all of the evidence has been gathered?

 

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Determining direct causes

 

Determining the accident sequence

 

Contacting Occupational Safety & Health Administration   (OSHA)

 

Determining root causes

Question 3 

Which of the following best describes assumed events?

 

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Events that occurred at the same time

 

Events that have causal factors

 

Events that have not yet been verified

 

Events that are unlikely to have happened

Question 4 

Which analytical approach should be considered first when starting an accident investigation?

 

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Human factors analysis

 

Barrier analysis

 

Events and causal factors analysis

 

Cause and effect analysis

Question 5 

Why is it important to document the source of information for each event added to an events and causal factors chart?

 

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It helps establish blame.

 

It identifies the causal factors.

 

It may be useful in establishing accountability.

 

It may be useful if conflicts develop.

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