Test Quiz ECS Card – Work Equipment

You should have a basic understanding of:
• Only using work equipment you have been trained and authorised to use
• The importance of carrying out checks on equipment before use
• Reporting any defects and not using defective equipment
• The use of reduced low voltage systems to supply hand-held electrical equipment on construction
sites
• The safe use of extension cables

WORK EQUIPMENT

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What do the letters SWL stand for?

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Who should operate plant and equipment on site?

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What hazard is created when the head of a cold chisel ’mushrooms’?

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Any damaged equipment must be:

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The electric drill you are about to use has a faulty on/off switch. What action should you take?

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The power hand tool you are about to use has burn marks visible on the cable. What should you do?

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Your supervisor asks you to use a powered hand-tool which has a rotating blade. You notice that the guard is missing from the blade. What do you do?

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Hand and power tools must be:

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When should visual checks of portable hand-held equipment be made by the user?

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What precaution should you take before adjusting an electrical tool?

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An electric drill is to be used. Before use, who should carry out a check on the tool?

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What action should you take if an electric drill cuts out while you are using it?

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If an electric drill gives off blue smoke from the motor, you should:

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How often should user (visual) checks be carried out on portable electrical equipment?

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What is the preferred nominal voltage for portable hand lamps for general use on construction sites?

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What is the preferred nominal voltage for portable hand tools on construction sites?

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What is the preferred nominal voltage for local lighting up to 2 kW on construction sites?

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What is the recommended maximum voltage for portable hand lamps when working in confined or damp locations?

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If you only have a mains voltage (230 V) hand drill and you want to use it on a construction site which only has yellow (110 V) socket-outlets, what should you do?

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What is most commonly used to reduce 230 volts to 110 volts on site?

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When using an extension cable reel, which of the following statements is correct?

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If an extension cable is to be run across a site road, what action should you take?

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To operate a powered hand tool you must be:

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If you are about to use a power tool and discover the guard is missing, you should:

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