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Sample IOSH Managing Safely Question and Answers
- anything that could cause offence
- the chance that something will happen
- anything that has the potential to cause harm
- the outcome of an accident
Answer 1: anything that has the potential to cause harm.
- consequence is a measure of uncertainty about the hazardous event
- likelihood is the chance that a hazardous event will occur
- consequence is the outcome of the hazardous event
- likelihood is the expected level of harm from the hazardous event
Answer 2: (A) Likelihood is the chance that a hazardous event will occur. (B) Consequence is the outcome of the hazardous event.
- estimate the risk, review your findings, evaluate the risk
- identify the hazards, record your findings, review your findings
- identify the hazards, estimate the risk, evaluate the risk
- evaluate the risk, review your findings, record your findings
Answer 3: Identify the hazards, estimate the risk, evaluate the risk.
Answer 4: (A) Time (B) Effort
- it means that employers are responsible for every possible risk in the workplace.
- employers are always responsible for risks that are not reasonably foreseeable.
- it is a risk that a reasonable person could predict
- it is a risk that no-one would ever be able to predict
Answer 5: It is a risk that a reasonable person could predict.
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