Question 1  At which level of accountability are policies and procedures typically found?                formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:”1″,name:”mc-ans-_113963803_1″}));       Corporate level   Supervisor level   Management level   Worker level Question 2  What is the next step in an accident investigation once all of the evidence has been gathered?                formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:”2″,name:”mc-ans-_113963804_1″}));       Determining direct causes   Determining the accident sequence   Contacting Occupational Safety & Health Administration   (OSHA)   Determining root causes Question 3  Which of the following best describes assumed events?                formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:”3″,name:”mc-ans-_113963805_1″}));       Events that occurred at the same time   Events that have causal factors   Events that have not yet been verified   Events that are unlikely to have happened Question 4  Which analytical approach should be considered first when starting an accident investigation?                formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:”4″,name:”mc-ans-_113963806_1″}));       Human factors analysis   Barrier analysis   Events and causal factors analysis   Cause and effect analysis Question 5  Why is it important to document the source of information for each event added to an events and causal factors chart?                formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:”5″,name:”mc-ans-_113963807_1″}));       It helps establish blame.   It identifies the causal factors.   It may be useful in establishing accountability.   It may be useful if conflicts develop.

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