Welcome to your annual OSHA Training. This tests consists of 56 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) Who is required to report errors?
2) A patient's right to treatment or services includes the right to:
3) Abuse can be physical, mental, and verbal.
4) You should cover cuts with bandages before donning gloves.
5) Sexual Harassment can only be claimed by women.
6) Wet floors can cause slips and falls.
7) When lifting, the positioning of your feet should be:
8) Wash your hands before and after handling any potentially hazardous material.
9) One way of preventing back strain is to avoid storing heavy objects above shoulder height.
10) When giving out Protected Health Information (PHI), you should limit the information given to include only the information needed for performance of services.
11) Which of the following could be a source of workplace violence?
12) Which action(s) is/are the best technique(s) to use when lifting?
13) You do not have to be the one being harassed to be a victim of sexual harassment.
14) If you have skin contact with blood, wash with non-abrasive soap and running water immediately.
15) Workplace violence never involves non-employees of the facility.
16) During a fire, you should stay low to avoid inhaling smoke.
17) It's okay to break off the third prong to get a plug to fit into an outlet.
18) You should never work around electrical appliances when your surroundings are wet.
19) You must clean equipment and work surfaces at the end of your shift or when visibly contaminated.
20) Sexual Harassment occurs when:
21) HIPAA requires that covered entities give patients a Notice of Privacy Practices (NPP).
22) If you are involved in an incident, it is okay to fill out the incident report next time you work.
23) When lifting heavy objects, it best to lower your center of gravity before lifting.
24) Who can be the sexual harasser?
25) Sexual Harassment can be: