Welcome to your annual OSHA Training. This tests consists of 54 questions. You will need to receive an 80% or better to pass. If you receive a score below 80% you will need to retake the test. If you have any questions please contact your Credentialing Specialist. Thank you and good luck 

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1: Which of the following is true concerning child abuse and neglect?
2: A health care professional hears an elderly patient’s daughter telling her mother, “I can’t believe you soiled your pants again Mom! I won’t allow you to watch your favorite show with your friends tonight!” The patient is experiencing:
3: Advance directives are documents which state a patient's decision concerning:
4: Can a patient refuse care?
5: Which age group typically develops the hand eye coordination to hold their own bottle and reach for objects with both hands.
6: In which age group will the average human peak in their physical and athletic abilities?
7: What should be done if you have injured yourself at work?
8: When lifting a heavy object you should:
9: The purpose of an interdisciplinary plan of care is to:
10: Who should be involved in in the interdisciplinary plan of care?
11: What is a healthcare provider expected to do if approached with a complaint?
12: When is a complaint or grievance considered resolved?
13: Reporting fraud is one example of an employee conducting themselves with:
14: What should be done if a patient's wife offers a staff member money?
15: The health care provider does not agree with a patient's beliefs or the treatment option they have chosen. The health care provider should:
16: The health care professional discussed and identified the spiritual wants and needs of a patient. During the discussion she learned that the patient is a Jehovah’s Witness. The heath care professional should confirm and document that the patient:
17: Which is the correct way to write daily when documenting?
18: Which of the following explains the intended purpose of the Do Not Use Abbreviation list?
19: The first step in identifying a patient possibly infected with EVD should be done initially by:
20: The Ebola Virus is known to live on surfaces for as long as several:
21: The Safety Data Sheet provides information on all of the following except:
22: What is the primary goal of the Environment of Care program?
23: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) insures that all patients:
24: Which of the following refers to always telling the truth, even if the person doesn’t want to hear the truth?
25: Which of the following is the most complete definition of a fall?
26: If a patient falls, what should you do first?
27: Which of the following legally have permission to access a patient’s personal health information?
28: The healthcare provider can legally release private healthcare information, without patients’ consent, for all of the following except:
29: The most effective method for preventing the transmission of infectious diseases is:
30: Standard Precautions:
31: Which of the following items would the caregiver need to verify is latex free before using for a patient who has a latex allergy?
32: The most common reaction to latex is?
33: Which of the following defines healthcare fraud?
34: Your best defense in any legal issue is:
35: Reducing employee’s work related injuries and illnesses will in turn reduce:
36: Willful violations are:
37: The most reliable indicator of pain is:
38: Pain may be managed effectively by using a combination of pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches. Which of the following is a non-pharmacological measure?
39: All of the following are supported by the patient bill of rights except:
40: Which of the following would NOT be found on the Patient's Bill of Rights?
41: Which of the following would be an example of promoting a culture of safety?
42: Which of the following would be considered a near-miss error?
43: The main purpose of Quality Improvement is to:
44: Which of the following is NOT a part of the quality improvement process?
45: Improper use of restraints can lead to all of the following accept:
46: Restraints must be released and then safely and properly reapplied:
47: Risk Management is important to healthcare facilities in order to:
48: When filling out the incident report, you should include which of the following?
49: Who can be the sexual harasser?
50: Sexual harassment can only occur if:
51: Health practitioners may hesitate to report an impaired fellow practitioner due to the believe that the State Board
Examiners will:
52: Why should healthcare employees be educated on how to recognize substance abuse?
53: Select the best answer. Which of the following is a precipitating factor that could lead to violence?
54: If someone at work has become badly injured from an offender's aggressive actions, you should first:

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