Here are the answer’s to last week’s OSHA vocabulary quiz.
Match the term to the proper OSHA definition
COMMON TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
A. Barrel: A large cylindrical container, usually made of wooden staves bound together with hoops, with a flat top and bottom.
B. Bite: To cut, grip, or tear with the teeth.
C. Check: A written order to a bank to pay the specified amount.
D. Ground: Soil or land.
E. Hog: A domesticated pig.
F. Husk: The envelope of leaves around an ear of corn.
G. Jog: To run at a steady slow trot.
H. Package: A wrapped or boxed object.
I. Reach: To touch or grasp by stretching out or extending.
J. Telltale: One who informs on another; a tattler.
1. A unit of lumber (Standard 1910.265(b)(28)).
2. A machine for cutting or grinding slabs and other coarse residue from the mill (Standard 1910.265(b)(18)).
3. A device used to serve as a warning for overhead objects (Standard 1910.265(b)(43)).
4. The nip point between any two inrunning rolls (Standard 1910.211(c)(1)).
5. A conducting connection, whether intentional or accidental, between an electrical circuit or equipment and the earth, or to some conducting body that serves in place of the earth (Standard 1910.269(x), .399; 1926.449).
6. An intermittent motion imparted to the slide by momentary operation of the drive motor, after the clutch is engaged with the flywheel at rest (Standard 1910.211(d)(40)).
7. The effective length of an alloy steel chain sling measured from the top bearing surface of the upper terminal component to the bottom bearing surface of the lower terminal component (Standard 1910.184(b)).
8. A head saw framework on a circular mill (Standard 1910.265(b)(19)).
9. A volume of 42 U.S. gallons (Standard 1910.106(a)(33)).
10. A lengthwise separation of wood, most of which occurs across the rings of annual growth (Standard 1910.21(c)(17)).