Test Quiz ECS Card – Manual Handling Operations
by Cătălin Virgil Bălună · Published · Updated
You should have a basic understanding of:
• What manual handling operations mean in the context of an employee and what employers must do
to protect employees from injury
• The types of injury you could suffer from carrying out manual handling tasks
• The parts of your body most likely to be affected by manual handling injuries
• How to decide whether a manual handling activity is safe
• What must be taken into account when making a manual handling risk assessment
• The principles of good manual handling techniques
MANUAL HANDLING OPERATIONS
Which is the correct way to lift a load?
Where a load has to be lifted manually, what is the employer required to do by law?
When judging “individual capability” for manual handling, you should assume:
Which is the part of your body MOST LIKELY to be injured during a manual handling activity which involves moving a heavy load?
When picking up an object, you should:
What does ’Kinetic lifting’ mean?
Which of the following is advisable when lifting a load manually?
When an article has to be moved for a long distance, you should:
As an approximate guide the manual handling capacity of a two person team is:
What is the MAXIMUM weight that an individual may lift?
What is the most common type of injury resulting from lifting loads from the floor?
What should you do if your supervisor asks you to move something that you find is too heavy to lift?
If there is a risk of injury from lifting loads what should you think about first?
What would you NOT consider in making a judgement of the risks from a load?
What should be the first consideration when you are about to lift a load on your own?
A manual handling operation is defined as which one of the following?
When moving a load fitted with wheels which of the following is generally true?
Before performing manual lifting what is the first thing you should do?
Before picking up a load, you should:
Which of the following would NOT make a load easier to handle manually
What is the recommended limit for a compact load that can be safely carried by a fit, male worker?
If there is a risk of injury from moving loads what should you think about?
What should you do first before lifting or moving a load?
If a load has an uneven centre of gravity, how should you lift it?
In manual handling, which of the following general statements is true?
Which would you consider to be generally correct when lifting a load?
Where there has been a major change in a manual handling operation, what should the employer do?
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