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Which of the following is NOT part of OSHA’s fall protection regulations? A. Assembling and using scaffolds safely. B. Guarding fall hazards properly. C. Strictly prohibiting workers from wearing fall protection equipment. D. Using ladders safely.
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Updated 180 days ago|9/30/2016 5:44:15 AM
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Strictly prohibiting workers from wearing fall protection equipment is NOT part of OSHA’s fall protection regulations.

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Which of the following is not one of the Fatal Four events that cause three out of five construction worker deaths? A. Caught in or caught between B. Electrocution C. Falls D. Struck down
Weegy: Which of the following is not one of the Fatal Four events that cause three out of five construction worker deaths? D Struck Down It should be struck by object. The leading causes of worker deaths in the construction industry were: falls, [ struck by object, caught-in/between, and electrocution. ] User: THANK YOU :) Weegy: you're welcome. If you have other questions, just ask WEEGY. (More)
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Which of the following is an example of a caught-in or caught-between hazard? A. A construction worker was moving tar paper in a bucket to the top of a building. The bucket tilted and the rolls fell out of the bucket, hitting the worker in the head. The worker suffered blunt force trauma to his head. B. A worker installing signs on a highway was run over when an SUV entered the work area. C. A worker was hit by the counterweight and revolving superstructure of an excavator when he ...
Weegy: B. A construction worker was moving tar paper in a bucket to the top of a building. The bucket tilted and the rolls fell out of the bucket, hitting the worker in the head. The worker suffered blunt force trauma to his head. [ is an example of a caught-in or caught-between hazard ] User: Which of the following should you always wear to avoid being thrown from a vehicle and then crushed if it tips over? A. Anchor B. Personal fall arrest systems C. Safety nets D. Seatbelt Weegy: The device you should always wear to avoid being thrown from a vehicle and then crushed if it tips over is D. Seatbelt User: THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN! :)) Weegy: Your most welcome. User: Which of the following is NOT an example of a caught-in or caught-between hazard? A. Being pinned under a crane that tipped over B. Cutting of a finger while using a miter saw C. Getting buried by a cave-in during trenching D. Running over a worker with a speeding dump truck Weegy: The example which is NOT an example of a caught-in or caught-between hazard is D. Running over a worker with a speeding dump truck User: Which of the following should you always use to protect yourself from hazardous moving parts of power tools and equipment? A. Anchor B. Personal fall arrest systems C. Safety guard D. Safety nets Weegy: The device that you should always use to protect yourself from hazardous moving parts of power tools and equipment is C. Safety guard . User: THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU ^_____^ YOU'RE THE BEST !!!! Weegy: Your most welcome . (More)
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Which of the following safety devices provides a weak link in a circuit that will melt if it received too much current, thus breaking the circuit and stopping the flow of electricity? A. Circuit breaker B. Fuse C. GFCI D. Insulation
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Fuse is a safety devices provides a weak link in a circuit that will melt if it received to much current.

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Which of the following safety devices provides a weak link in a circuit that will melt if it received too much current, thus breaking the circuit and stopping the flow of electricity?
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Updated 57 days ago|1/31/2017 8:15:10 AM
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Fuse is a safety devices provides a weak link in a circuit that will melt if it received to much current.
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