Production
Service
Safety
HazComm
General Safety
100
Personal Protective Equipment
What is PPE?
100
Orders Shipped Complete and Ontime
OSCOT?
100
Play sound.
What is a Weather Emergency alarm?
100
MSDS
What is Material Safety Data Sheet?
100
OSHA
What is Occupational Safety & Health Administration?
200
The PPE that is required in all areas of the shop floor.
What are Safety Glasses?
200
The blade changing station.
Where is the only place to change a knife blade?
200
A safety exercise to rehearse evacuating a building in the event of an emergency.
What is a fire drill?
200
Locations of MSDS sheets.
What is First Aid, HR, Guard Station?
200
5 miles per hour.
What is the speed limit in the parking lot?
300
Types of this PPE can be made of materials like cotton, nitrile, latex, and vinyl.
What are gloves?
300
Carton cutters, box cutters and scissors.
What are the only accepted cutting tools at Moen?
300
Play sound.
What is the Fire Alarm?
300
The ________is required to perform the appropriate hazard determination for their substances.
Who is the Manufacturer?
300
An incident that does not result in a serious injury.
What is a Near Miss?
400
Type of PPE that is worn on the face to protect the eyes from liquid splashes.
What are Goggles? // What is a Face Shield?
400
There is a certification symbol on the badge
How do you know if someone is certified to use a knife?
400
Stay where you are until someone comes to get you.
What do you do if the lights go out?
400
The sign that displays the Health, Flammability, Instability and Special Hazards of any chemical.
What is the NFPA Diamond?
400
Loose carpets, mats, or materials on the floor.
What is a trip/fall hazard?
500
Acceptable Quality Level
What is AQL?
500
Defines the procedures used on the shop floor to safely operate box cutters and knives.
What is the box cutter and knife policy?
500
Restrooms under Engineering Mezzanine or Production Mezzanine.
Where are Tornado Safe Areas?
500
The four colors in the NFPA diamond and what they each stand for.
What is RED = flammability, BLUE = health hazard, YELLOW = reactivity and White = Special Hazards?
500
The first place to go with safety-related questions or concerns.
What is your Supervisor?
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