OSHA/Safety Quiz (Clinic)

December 8, 2022
Welcome to your OSHA/Safety Quiz (Clinic)

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Which of the following viruses can be transmitted by blood but not through the air? Select all that apply:

Which of these can be sources of occupational exposure?

To what does the term “standard precautions” refer?

When should dental team members wash their hands?  Select all that apply.

What are the acceptable ways of recapping or removing a contaminated sharp, where permitted?

OSHA requires dental employers to annually consult with team members to see whether any safer needle devices can be used in the office.

Protective clothing should be changed when (select all correct responses):

If a bag containing regulated waste begins to leak, it should be:

Which percentage of dental workers shows evidence of past or present HBV infection?

For dental workers, the risk of getting HIV on the job is _______ than the risk of getting hepatitis B.

When an exposure incident occurs, the necessary steps the exposed employee should take are to:

If you are involved in an occupational exposure incident and go to the doctor for a post-exposure evaluation, who pays for the appointment?

At this post-exposure appointment your blood would be tested:

What is the color (or colors) used to indicate biohazardous materials?

Employees must submit a written request in order to access their employee medical records (this is not in reference to your patient record in the clinic).

In case of evacuation you are required to go to a designated meeting place and await further instruction.

An office is not required to keep a list of their hazardous chemicals as long as the chemicals are properly labeled.

Where do SDSs come from?

Information on the SDS includes (select all that apply):

SDSs may be kept in electronic format as long as they are immediately accessible to employees.

Products that contain hazardous chemicals must be labeled unless:

Every employee will receive hazardous chemical training when (select all that apply):