What section of the osh act

What section of the OSH Act contains the requirements for promulgating standards to deal with toxic materials or harmful physical agents?


Answer

. §§ 6 (b) (5)
. § 8 (e) and 4 (b), (c) and (e)
. § 1910.1005 
. § 1910.1200
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4 points  
Question 2
.   The D.C. Court of Appeals formulated a test for determining whether the general duty clause of the OSH Act has been violated in which case?Answer
. Donovan v. Missouri Farmers Assn.
. National Realty and Construction Co. v. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission.
. Caterpillar Inc. v. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
. Phoenix Roofing, Inc v. OSHA
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4 points  
Question 3
.   The preemption principle applies to _______.Answer
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. general standards only
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. Part 1910 over Part 1920
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. even to standards within an industry-specific part
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. EPA Hazardous Waste Regulations
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4 points  
Question 4
.   Which of the following is false regarding the new 2002 Recordkeeping regulations?Answer
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. The term “lost workdays” is eliminated.
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. Employers must review the 300 log information before it is summarized on the 300A form.
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. The annual summary must be posted for one month instead of three.
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. Employers are no longer required to count days away or day of restriction beyond 180 days.
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4 points  
Question 5
.   Who bears the burden of proof on a “de minimis” issue (violation)?Answer
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. the commission
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. the employee
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. the employer
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. the contractor
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4 points  
Question 6
.   Which of the following is not a true statement?Answer
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. OSHA has consistently followed the policy of recognizing non-obvious hazards as being within the scope of the general duty requirement in its enforcement activity.
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. OSHA need not show that prior accidents have occurred to prove that an employer had actual knowledge of a hazardous condition.
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. If a reasonable person having knowledge of the alleged conditions would have recognized that a hazard existed, the courts and the Commission have inferred recognition (i.e. Donovan v. Missouri Farmers Association).
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. To establish the existence of a recognized hazard, the allegedly non-complying condition or practice need not be shown to be one over which the cited employee can reasonably be expected to exercise control.
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4 points  
Question 7
.   Which of the following Safety Standards does not match up with its Recordkeeping requirement?Answer
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. Lockout/Tagout, 1910.147; Manlifts, 1910.95; Electrical Work, 1910.333
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. Respirators, 1910.134; Overhead Cranes, 1910.179
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. Shipyards, 1915.7 (a)(2); Derricks, 1910.181
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. Excavations, 1926.652; Brazing, 1910.255
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4 points  
Question 8
.   Even if industry or specific employer recognition cannot be established, recognition can nonetheless be demonstrated if the hazard is deemed to be ______.Answer
. sensible
. reasonable
. obvious
. non-existent
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4 points  
Question 9
.   All of the following exceptions to presumption of a work relationship exist under the new 2002 regulations, causing a significant aggravation of a pre-existing condition workplace event or exposure, thereby making the case work-related except which one?Answer

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