Hazard Communication Training Quiz

1. What is the purpose of the Hazard Communications Standard? *
2. Which of the following falls under the HazCom Standard? *
3. What does SDS stand for? *
4. Which of the following is a component of an SDS? *
5. When must you label a secondary container? *
6. What should you do if you are unsure about a chemical you are using? *
7. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) use Pictograms to quickly communicate types of hazards. *
8. Safety Data sheets are now all laid out in the same universal format under the Global Harmonized System (GHS). *
9. A skull and Crossbones pictogram on a label signifies: *
10. Inhalation, Ingestion, and Absorption are: *
11. Labeling requirements include *
12. Examples of Hazard Statements are: *
13. Examples of Precautionary Statements include: *
14. “Warning” and “Danger” are Signal words. *
15. You can find out what Personal Protective Equipment is required from the SDS. *
16. The “Globally Harmonized System” or GHS has nothing to do with product labeling. *
17. The Employer is required by OSHA to have a written Hazard Communication program. *
18. A secondary container never has to be labeled because it is not the original container. *
19. Pictograms on labels indicate: *
20. An Emergency Responder may use an SDS to find the manufacturer’s emergency contact information. *