Answer's to last Friday's Lockout/Tagout quiz: how well did you do? | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Here are the answers to last week’s Lockout/Tagout quiz. (To see the questions again, click this link.) Also, do you have anything to add regarding the comment posted by a FacilityBlog visitor? Her concerns center around language obstacles that may hamper lockout/tagout efforts. Test answers: 1.) b., 2.) b., 3.) c., 4.) d., 5.) c., […]


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Here are the answers to last week’s Lockout/Tagout quiz. (To see the questions again, click this link.) Also, do you have anything to add regarding the comment posted by a FacilityBlog visitor? Her concerns center around language obstacles that may hamper lockout/tagout efforts. Test answers: 1.) b., 2.) b., 3.) c., 4.) d., 5.) c., […]
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Answer's to last Friday's Lockout/Tagout quiz: how well did you do?

Answer's to last Friday's Lockout/Tagout quiz: how well did you do? | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Here are the answers to last week’s Lockout/Tagout quiz. (To see the questions again, click this link.)

Also, do you have anything to add regarding the comment posted by a FacilityBlog visitor? Her concerns center around language obstacles that may hamper lockout/tagout efforts.

Test answers: 1.) b., 2.) b., 3.) c., 4.) d., 5.) c., 6.) a., 7.) f., 8.) d., 9.) b., 10.) d.

A score of 10 correct answers is the only acceptable score for total OSHA compliance.

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