Eye and Face Protection-Quiz
1) If you get a chemical splashed on your eye, how long you should flush your eye with running water:
a) One minute
b) Five minutes
c) Ten minutes
d) Fifteen minutes
2) Eye injuries cause costs, due to:
a) Lost production time
b) Medical expenses
c) Worker compensation
d) All of above
3) To protect your eyes when mixing strong caustics or acids, it is recommended you wear:
a) Safety glasses with side shields
b) Safety goggles
c) A face shield with safety glasses or goggles
d) A face shield
4) According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic (BLS), most eye injuries caused by:
a) Objects striking the eye
b) Striking against objects
c) Vibration trauma
d) Ultraviolet radiation
4) Prescription glasses (RX) can serve as safety glasses?
a) Yes, if the optometrist says so
b) Only if they meet ANSI standards
c) Yes, if they are made of glass
d) No, they never can
5) What type of eye protection is best when working with chemicals?
a) Safety glasses without side shields
b) Regular glasses
c) Welding helmet
d) Safety goggles that fit snug around the eyes
6) What is the first thing need to be done right after radiation burn?
a) Sleep and take a rest
b) Apply ice packs to relieve pain
c) Seek for help
d) Call doctor
8) When you're in the shop, if you normally wear prescription glasses, you:
a) Should take them off and just wear safety glasses instead
b) Should ask your boss for safety goggles that fit over your glasses
c) Don't need safety goggles because your regular glasses will protect your eyes
d) Both A and C
9) Safety goggles can protect your eyes better than safety glasses because:
a) They protect against dust
b) They protect against particles
c) They fit snugly against splashes
d) All of the above
10) If you wear contact lenses, it is particularly important to wear safety goggles in the shop because:
a) Dust particles can get under your contact lens and injure your eye
b) It can be hard to see small objects without safety goggles
c) Safety goggles will do a better job keeping out dust than safety glasses
d) Both A and C
11) When protective eyewear lenses are too pitted or scratched to see through, they should be:
b)Worn with a face shield
d) Keep it for later use
12) After cleaning, protective eyewear should be stored in a:
a) Closed container to prevent damage and keep it out of dust and dampness.
b) Paper envelope
c) Locked fireproof cabinet
d) Put closer to a work station
13) Flying objects, a serious eye hazard, require protective eyewear that has:
a) Side protection
b) An adjustable headband
c) Filtered lenses
d) Eye glasses
14) Employees whose assignment requires exposure to laser beams should be provided laser safety googles which will protect for a range of wavelengths that include that of the laser.
15) Contact lenses are not recommended for use in the laboratory.
16) Both safety glasses and regular eyeglasses meet OSHA and ANSI requirements.
17) The lenses and the frames are both stronger on ANSI-approved safety glasses than on regular glasses.
18) Because everyone's head is shaped differently, protective eyewear needs to be checked for fit.
19) Face shields can be worn without additional eye protection.
20) Goggles with direct air flow can be worn when working with chemicals that may splash.
21) Rubbing your eye is a good way to remove foreign particles.
22) You only have to wear eye protection when you feel like it.
23) Never try to remove an object embedded in the eye. Instead, get medical attention.