VT Test -  MODULE 2

Q2-1 The welding inspector is exposed to which of the following safety hazards:

a. radiation
b. falling objects
c. electrical shock
d. eye hazards
e. all of the above

Q2-2 A document which covers safety in welding and cutting is:

a. AWS D1.l
b. API 1104
c. ANSI/ASC 249.1
d. ASME Section VI11
e. ASME B31.3

Q2-3 The most important component of an effective safety and health program is:

a. safety rules
b. safety procedures
c. protective equipment
d. welding helmet
e. management support

Q2-4 Safety training is mandated under provisions of

a. AWS “Safe Practices”
c. ASMECode
d. Welding Handbook, Volume 2
e. none of the above

Q2-5 The abbreviation ‘MSDS’ means:

a. Management Support and Daily Safety
b. Material Strength and Discontinuity Sheet
c. Material Safety Data Sheet
d. Material Strength and Data Sheet
e. none of the above

Q2-6 The abbreviation ‘TLV’ means:

a. Total Linear volume
b. Threshold Limit Value
c. Tack Length Value
d. Threshold Limiting Valve
e. none of the above

Q2-7 Employers must make all applicable MSDS data available to their employees.

a. true
b. false

(22-8 Personnel must be trained to recognize safety hazards.

a. true
b. false

Q2-9 A ‘Hot Work Permit’ is required for:

a. all welding operations
b. all cutting operations
c. all preheating operations
d. areas where a fire hazard may occur during a welding, cutting, or preheating operation
e. all of the above

Q2-1 O Eye hazards found in welding operations include:

a. flying particles
b. radiation
c. smoke and fumes
d. all of the above

Q2-11 Protective equipment not suitable for eye protection from welding radiation includes:

a. welding helmets with filter plates
b. clear safety goggles
c. safety goggles with filter plates
d. protective screens
e. properly positioned barricades

Q2-12 Suitable clothing materials for welding and cutting are:

a. 65% cotton, 35% polyester
b. wool
c. chemically treated cotton
d. b and c above
e. none of the above

Q2-13 Before working on equipment where machinery guards have been removed, a ‘Lock, Tag, and
Try’ procedure should be completed.

a. true
b. false

Q2-14 In avoiding fumes during welding, the most important factor is:

a. the type of base metal
b. the type of filler metal
c. the type of welding process
d. the position of the welding machine
e. the position of the welder’s head

Q2-15 It is not important to consider ventilation during welding and cutting operations.

a. true
b. false

Q2-16 When entering confined spaces, a ‘standby’ is not required.

a. true
b. false

Q2-17 Some of the toxic materials the welder may be exposed to are:

a. cadmium
b. chromium
c. nickel
d. lead
e. all of the above

Q2-18 Proper usage and handling of compressed gas cylinders include:

a. not welding on cylinders
b. not including the cylinders in the ground or electrical circuit
c. securing them properly
d. identifying the gas prior to use
e. all of the above

Q2-19 Acetylene becomes unstable above what pressure?

a. 5 psi
b. 10 psi
c. 15 psi
d. none of the above

Q2-20 Oxygen is a flammable gas.

a. true
b. false

Q2-21 Electric currents above approximately 6 milliamperes are considered:

a. not harmful
b. primary currents
c. harmful
d. secondary currents
e. b and c above

Q2-22 When operating gas cylinders, the primary valve should be opened:

a. all the way on an acetylene cylinder
b. one turn on an oxygen cylinder
c. one turn or less on an acetylene cylinder
d. all the way on an oxygen cylinder to backseat the valve
e. c and d above



Popular posts from this blog


Download: All Codes for Certified API 570 Piping inspector 2016 Exam