• The potential energy in a system which, if released, may cause harm to people, environment or property is called:
    • Hazard
  • Anything used to manage HSE risks is called
    • Control
  • The unplanned event which has or may have caused injury, illness, damage or loss is called:
    • Incident/Accident
  • The correct order of importance with regard to incidents effect is:
    • Human, Property, Environment & Reputation
  • Which of the following are hazardous to people?
    • Kinetic
    • Electrical
    • Toxic
    • All of above
  • Prior to start any task, an individual worker should:
    • Understand and follow the work procedures and plans
    • Recognize the associated hazards and risks
    • Use the necessary Personal Protective Equipment if needed.
    • All of the above
  • Driving a vehicle with worn tyres is:
    • An Unsafe Act
  • The likelihood of a hazard, if released, to cause harm is called
    • Risk
  • Risk rate is based on
    • Frequency of occurrence
    • Consequence
    • Both (a) & (b)
  • If the Risk is of a “TOLERABLE” type, which of the following is applicable as a Risk Management:
  • Reduce to ALARP using various types of Controls.
  • Which of the following must be reported:
    • Incidents Only
    • Near Miss & Unsafe Act
    • Car Accidents
    • All of the above
  • If it is not possible to eliminate Risk, then;
    • Replace task or modify tools and equipment
    • Develop better training or procedures
    • Use PPE
    • All of the above
  • ALARP (As Low As Reasonably Practicable) is:
    • A risk management process
  • We report incidents, near-misses and unsafe acts so that:
    • Reoccurrences of similar events are prevented
  • You should give assistance during an emergency:
    • Only if is safe for you
  • HSE is a line responsibility means:
    • Everybody is responsible for HSE within their tasks and activities
  • Who should report an incident?
    • The victim, if possible, or an eye witness if not possible for the victim
  • The following are all PDO Site HSE advisor’s responsibility except:
    • Your day to day safety practice at work
  • With regard to PPE, you are responsible to:
    • Inform your line manager of needed resources to carry out your job safely
    • Check the serviceability of your PPE and report defects
    • Wear them all the time where required
    • All of the above
  • At any premises, when you here an emergency alarm, you should:
    • Proceed immediately to the Assembly point
  • There is a big concern about HSE within PDO, because
    • It’s Human
    • It’s Economic
    • It’s a Legal Requirement
    • All above
  • When you are in doubt about any HSE matter relating to you job:
    • You should check with your line manager
  • The following are all Risk Controls except:
    • Getting the job done quicker regardless risks
  • What is the correct order of the STOP process?
  • Decide, STOP, Observe, Act, Report
  • In an emergency, you should leave the Assembly Point:
    • Only after your supervisor checks that you are present and you are informed to re-enter the building
  • The following are hazards to Environment except one:
  • Ergonomics conditions and suitability of equipment used
  • The following are hazards to people’s Health except one:
  • Discharges of wastes to air, water and soil
  • Which of the following are considered the most common underlying causes of HSE incidents?
    • Lack of hazard awareness
    • Lack of training& Supervision
    • Bad attitude
    • All of above
  • All the following are true with regard to STOP system except:
  • STOP is just a card in a box or database, but to follow up and ensure that corrective actions have been taken prior to continue working.
  • If you come across any unsafe act or unsafe condition, you should;
    • Immediately correct it in a good manner and after that report it
  • Ergonomics is:
    • Suitability of tasks & equipment to human
  • Which of the following are the highest LTIs in PDO?
    • Road Traffic Accidents (RTA)
    • Fingers’ injuries
  • When reporting an emergency to Emergency Telephone Operator (ETO), you should:
    • Not identify your self to avoid getting involved in the further investigation process
    • Not answer all questions as some information considered to be secrets of your employer
    • Leave the site straight away after hanging up
    • All the above are incorrect
  • In an emergency, you should:
    • Raise the alarm
    • Dial Emergency number to report the emergency
    • If it is safe, then give assistance and stay near telephone
    • All of the above