1) Substitution of a specific hazard or hazardous work process, on presenting it from entering the workplace, is the most effective method of control. a) True b) False 2) When using a computer, keep your feet flat on the floor and your knees slightly lower than your thighs. a) True b) False 3) Use checklists to help you inspect your workplace. a) True b) False 4) Examine accidents and near-miss records. a) True b) False 5) Do not use simple survey to ask your co-workers about their health and safety concerns. a) True b) False 6) Learn the results of inspections that are done by the employee, the union, or anyone else. a) True b) False 7) The computer desk should be deep enough to support your arms when you work at the computer. a) True b) False 8) The right lighting can reduce eyestrain, neck strain, and headaches. a) True b) False 9) When you type, hold your fingers, wrists, and lower arms in a straight line from your keyboard. a) True b) False 10) Investigate complaints from workers. a) True b) False

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