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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
Bill C45 does not affect engineers because engineers do not
direct other people to work.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
According to these slides, the goal of health and safety
management is to achieve a fatality rate as minimum as
possible.
Answer: FALSE
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Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
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Is the following statement true or false?
According to the SPIES Model presented in these slides,
“Emotional” is defined as when someone strongly feels about
the need.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
The duration of current flow in human body is not an important
factor in determining the severity of electric shock.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
In general, a person can tolerate up to 30 mA of rms current at
60 Hz.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
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Is the following statement true or false?
The “let-go current” at 2 kHz is lower than the let-go current at
60 Hz.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
According to the examples given in these slides, a four-coil
typical electric stove can draw current as much as 50 A.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
The engineers ensure public safety through their designs.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
The resistivity of the human body depends on skin conditions as
well as gender.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
The muscle resistance in the human body is much higher than
the skin resistance.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
The level of electric shock increases if the contact area between
the human body and a live (or hot) wire increases.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
Dry skin has less resistance than wet skin.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
In a single phase electric wiring, either the neutral line or the
ground line is required.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
According to CSA Group’s electrical installation standards, the
colors of the live (hot) lines of a three-phase system should be
red, black and blue.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
If a person stands on an insulator and comes in contact with the
live (hot) line, she or he will never be electrocuted.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
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Is the following statement true or false?
In order to ensure safety, the switches should be connected on
the live (or hot) line.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
Static electricity can be hazardous but it cannot cause a fire.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
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Is the following statement true or false?
Bonding and grounding are the two methods of eliminating
static charge when pouring gasoline from one container to
another through a hose. In order to ensure safety, either the
bonding or the grounding technic is enough while pouring
gasoline.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
Insulation failure is an important cause of arcing.
Answer: TRUE
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Electric Shock
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Is the following statement true or false?
Arching results in fierce fire and the temperature of this fire can
reach a maximum value of 2000 C.
Answer: FALSE
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Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
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Is the following statement true or false?
Flash protection boundary is defined as the distance at which a
person can be exposed to 1.2 cal/cm2 of incident energy.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
A short circuit occurs when a live line (hot) and ground line
actually touch each other.
Answer: FALSE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
GFCIs (Ground-Fault Circuit Interruption) activates when a
minimum of 5mA current difference occurs in the live (hot) and
neutral lines.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
Other Safety Issues
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Is the following statement true or false?
A person can receive electrical shock due to step potential even
he or she is not in a direct contact with the live (hot) line.
Answer: TRUE
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Introduction
Electric Shock
Arc and Blast
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Is the following statement true or false?
The PPE rating (cal/cm2) of fire resistant cloths increases as the
minimum flash protection boundary value increases.
Answer: TRUE
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