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Introductory Training for Office Workers

Important: This level of training is only for those that work exclusively in an office environment. If your work responsibilities require that you be in a lab for any amount of time, please see the CNSM General Safety Training Quiz. If you are unsure which training is appropriate for you, please contact the Safety Office.

Please view the Basic Safety Training powerpoint before taking this quiz. (Need a powerpoint viewer?)

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Multiple Choice

For each question, please select the best single answer from the choices below.

1) The introductory safety training provided by CNSM Safety is:
2) Workplace safety information, phone numbers and annual injury reports are communicated through:
3) All are required to know the hazards, safe handling requirements and disposal method for each chemical or product used at work. This information is available to each employee via:
4) A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) can be obtained from
5) If a coworker, student, or anyone else on campus is harassing you, you should:
6) When must you wear safety glasses or goggles?
7) Work-study student (employee) sustained an injury to her hand that required medical attention. After reporting the injury to her supervisor she should next,
8) Accidents or incidents that should be reported to the Safety Office or your supervisor include:
9) If you need to contact emergency personnel such as fire or police, the best way to reach them is by:
10) Electrical extension cords are permitted to power items on campus if:

True or False

11) If your workstation layout might be causing discomfort you should contact the Safety Office and ask for a workplace ergonomic evaluation.
12) As a University employee you are required to report within 36 hours to the University Police at 562-985-4101 and Office of Equity & Diversity at 562-985-8256 (the Safety Office can help) any suspected abuse or neglect of a person under the age of 18 years that comes to your attention while you are working on University business.