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Safety, Accidents & Emergencies Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Safety in and around the home is known as:

Question 2 2. Which of the following steps is NOT important for preventing gun accidents at home?

Question 3 3. An unlawful attack by a person for the purposes of causing severe bodily injury is:

Question 4 4. Safety pertaining to walkers and individuals using wheelchairs or strollers is known as:

Question 5 5. About 10 people per day in the U.S. die from which cause of death?

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Question 6 6. Amy works on an assembly line placing labels on cans, making the same motions with her wrist many times a day. Amy has recently started to experience pain and numbness in her right hand. This may be a result of which of the following conditions?

Question 7 7. Guy knows that he should cross the busy street at a marked crosswalk. However, he is in a hurry and decides to cross the street at a non-designated spot. Guy is not practicing good pedestrian safety, and he may have just performed an illegal act. This is known as:

Question 8 8. Intentional injuries do not occur to:

Question 9 9. Ed and Nicky have been friends for years and finally decide to go on a date. After having a few drinks, they go back to Nicky's apartment and begin kissing on her bed. Nicky is quite intoxicated but tells Ed that she doesn't want things to go any further. Ed throws Nicky back on the bed, hikes up her dress, and forcefully penetrates her against her will. What is this an example of?

Question 10 10. Which of these is a risk factor for death during a water based activity?

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Question 11 11. Linda is teaching her little girl, Sarah, the safest way to cross the street. What directions should Linda give Sarah?

Question 12 12. How do you correctly perform the first part of the Heimlich maneuver?

Question 13 13. Harmful acts that occur when damage is caused to oneself or others by accident are known as:

Question 14 14. Safety pertaining to leisure or risk-taking activities is called:

Question 15 15. Which of the following actions is unsafe while operating a motor vehicle?

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Question 16 16. As part of his job, Mike has to lift a lot of heavy boxes during his shift at work. He has been experiencing pain which is the result of lifting boxes by bending forward to save time. How should Mike be lifting the boxes instead?

Question 17 17. Stacey dated Jason for about three months before deciding to end the relationship. Jason did not take the news well and continues to secretly follow Stacey, taking pictures of her everywhere that she goes and sending them to her in threatening letters. He also calls Stacey at work numerous times a day and hangs up on her. What should Stacey do to protect herself against Jason's stalking?

Question 18 18. On your beach vacation, you are swimming in the ocean when you feel yourself caught in a rip current. What should you do?

Question 19 19. When administering CPR while waiting for trained rescue personnel to arrive at the scene, how quickly should you perform chest compressions?

Question 20 20. How are robbery and burglary similar?

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Question 21 21. Injuries resulting from purposeful harmful actions upon oneself or others are known as:

Question 22 22. Why is it necessary to install smoke detectors and heat detectors in any home, but not necessarily a gun safe?

Question 23 23. The use of force to try and harm, injure, or kill oneself or another person is known as:

Question 24 24. Adrienne just witnessed a serious car accident. She quickly walks over to see if the victims in both cars are okay. She then makes the decision to call 911 based on the victims' injuries. Finally, Adrienne goes back to the car that contains the most critically injured victims and begins to address the injuries the best she can until help arrives. Which of the following describes Adrienne's actions?

Question 25 25. _____ is the term used for safety while driving any type of motor vehicle, such as a bus, car, or motorcycle.

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Question 26 26. A helmet is recommended for use in all of the following activities EXCEPT:

Question 27 27. For people 35 years of age or older, the most common cause of death resulting from a violent intentional injury is:

Question 28 28. The most common cause of unintentional injury death in people aged 65 years of age and over are:

Question 29 29. Theresa is working in the warehouse at her place of employment. While filling orders, a box falls onto her from a higher shelf, which causes a deep cut in her arm. Theresa's injury is known as a:

Question 30 30. Workers in which of the following professions are most likely to be seriously injured on the job?

Safety, Accidents & Emergencies Chapter Exam Instructions

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