Q1 Occupational health and safety aims at
Maintenance of workers in an occupational
The adaptation of work to humans.
The promotion and maintenance of the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of employers.
Q2 Occupational Health and Industrial Health are synonimous
Q3 Occupational Diseases of the Musculo Skeletal System include
Q4 The cause of work-related diseases is very oftenâ?¦â?¦..to determine.
Q5 Which of this is not an occupational disease?
Q6 â?¦â?¦.. provides a base-line data with which the employees’ subsequent health record can be compared.
Pre-Employment Health Assessment
Q7 â?¦â?¦. assist individual to develop, recover or maintain daily living and work skills.
Public health Officer
Q8 “CARF” means â?¦â?¦â?¦..
Committee of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
Care and Rehabilitation Forum
Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
Caring at Rehabilitation Farm
Q9 Taking into account geographical distribution, the government representatives to ILO are elected at the Conference every———
Q10 The International Labour Organization (ILO) was founded in
Q11 Diagnostic Procedures for Detecting Occupational Poisonscan be achieved by one of the following
Q12 Both teachers and students are exposed to various occupational such as
Q13 The Governing Body of ILO is under the leadership of a â?¦â?¦â?¦â?¦â?¦.
Q14 The Governing Body is the executive council of the ILO and meets â?¦â?¦.a year
Q15 The following People are at Risk of Occupational Poisons
Employees in gaming establishments
Q16 Human faeces (excreta) a very hazardous waste, cannot cause illhealth unless a person ingest water and food contaminated with
Q17 Hazards resulting from radiation such as x-rays used for radiotherapy can result in radiation injuries like
Q18 Good operating practices in industries are
administrative, and institutional measures
source reduction programmes
procedural, administrative, and institutional measures
Q19 For workers some of the direct costs of an injury or illness are:
Q20 Examples of input material substitution include:
Q21 In â?¦â?¦.. after the demise of the League of Nations, the ILO became the first specialized agency associated with the United Nations.
Q22 Environmental hazard’ is a generic term for any situation or state of events which poses a threat to the surrounding
Q23 Diseases, accidents and other hazards arising from the work environment or situations that arise in the attempt to perform tasks in any occupation can be regarded as
Public Health Prblems
Occupational Health Problems
Q24 Disability can occur at any â?¦â?¦.
Q25 An occupational rehabilitation counsellor provides â?¦â?¦.following medical restoration of physical functions:
Four principal types of services
Two principal types of services
Three principal types of services
Five principal types of services
Q26 An occupational epidemiologist studies the occurrence of disease symptoms among â?¦â?¦.
Q27 An exogenous helath problem for workers in health institution could be
Q28 According to Clark ( 1999), The factors that contribute to worker’s problems in occupational setting include psychological, social, behavioral, health systems and
Q29 A typical disease occurring in an occupational setting which must be reported by Law by the factory owners is
Q30 A successful pre-medical examination should be aâ?¦â?¦…for employment.
Q31 A safety engineer usually heads safety departments and is specially trained in â?¦…
Q32 A planned, organized, and therapeutic recreation programme designed to help workers develop social skills and learn to participate in leisure group activities is called….
Q33 A person with disability experiences many losses, includingâ?¦â?¦â?¦
Q34 A good example of a Pre-disposing Factor to Occupational Diseases is
Poor personal and environmental hygiene.
Attitude of Employer
Q35 A â?¦â?¦.. is one who assists another in making an informed decision concerning a career.
Q36 â?¦â?¦â?¦â?¦â?¦â?¦.. tables that can be raised or lowered to make transfers easier for the disabled.
Q37 â?¦â?¦â?¦.introduced the use of Coke to smelt iron in 1709
Baron the Exchequer
Q38 â?¦â?¦â?¦. is to ensure that the employees working in certain occupation environments continue to be in good health.
period medical examination
Self medical examination
Q39 â?¦â?¦…promoted legislation that reduced the hours of work and improved conditions for workwomen and children working in mines, factories and other work places.
Q40 â?¦â?¦…is the science of adverse effects of chemical substance on living organisms.
Q41 The first medical factory inspector (occupational Health consultant)was â?¦â?¦â?¦.
Sir Thomas Morrison
Sir Williams West
Sir Harrison Thomson
Q42 The basic obligation of the employer is that he must systematically identify and assess hazards to which employees are exposed and assess compliance with the General Duty Clause and
National Labour Relation Acts
Q43 The aim of occupational rehabilitation is to
Restore mental and social capacity.
Take care of the employee
Restore the victim to his fullest physical,mental and social capacity.
Q44 Technology changes involve changes in any of the following areas:
Use of new equipments
Use of automation.
Q45 Sources of Industrial Poisons include the following
Q46 Reportable accident cases are those accidents required to be reported and are those that can result in disability lasting up to ———– of absenteeism from work.
Q47 Rehabilitation is sometimes calledâ?¦â?¦..
Q48 Reasons supporting the establishment of Occupational Health are deduced from
The sufferings of workers in the process of performing tasks
Q49 Preventive measures to adopt in order to be free of poison include:
Avoidance of risky health behaviour.
Q50 Practically all industrial lead poisoning is due to inhalation of dust and fume and if you stop their inhalation, you stop the
Q51 Poor working conditions affectâ?¦â?¦ andâ?¦â?¦.
Eyes and Nose
workers health and safety
Worker and Morale
Life and Death
Q52 Pollution prevention encompasses both source reduction and in-process â?¦..
Q53 Poisoning due to metallic or organic mercury compounds usually results toâ?¦..
Complete personality changes may occur with intellectual impairment.
Q54 One of the potentially crippling health problems that can be associated with poor working conditions includes:
Q55 One of the major occupational health problems of the employees is
Q56 One of the goals of Occupational Heath is to
Describe the meaning of Occupational Health.
Provide health education
Prevent workers from retrenchment
Provide Jobs and safety standards
Q57 One of the benefits of Occupational Health at work settings could be
Unimproved corporate image and industrial relations.
Reduced absenteeism, reduced labour turnover.
Q58 One major implication of occupational accidents and diseases to the employers include â?¦..
Q59 One crucial Implication of Occupational Poisoning on the Employees isâ?¦
environment adapted to physical and mental needs;
Q60 Occupational health, as in other areas of Public Health, lays emphasis on
Q61 Occupational Accidents can occur in the bedroom
Q62 Neurotoxic illnesses is
a common occupational health problem in Nigeria.
An occupational toxin
is most common in industrialized world
an occupational lung disease
Q63 Most known occupational injuries include
Q64 Medical laboratory technologists or clinical laboratory scientists play important role in the â?¦â?¦.
Q65 Management commitment to health and safety and strong worker participation are â?¦â?¦..essential elements of any successful workplace health and safety programme.
Q66 In occupational health, â?¦â?¦.helps people or workers with physical disabilities
An abilitation Counsellor
an occupational rehabilitation counsellor
Q67 When any disablement occurs in an industry. The first aid specialist is expected to complete the poison form
And pass it to the employer
Q68 There are two different types of evaluation namely: .
Primary and Secondary Evaluation
Inter and Intra Evaluation
Process evaluation and Outcome evaluation
Intrinstic and Extrinstic Evaluation
Q69 There are â?¦â?¦â?¦. types of industrial legislations.
Q70 The Seed drill was invented by â?¦..
Q71 The Routes through which toxic substances may enter the body under normal working condition are:
Inhalation and ingestion.
Inhalation, through the skin and ingestion.
through the nose and ingestion.
Q72 The oldest international body in modern times concerned with global health and safety of people at work is theâ?¦â?¦â?¦..
Q73 The methods of detecting health hazards responsible for occupational health diseases at work places include:epidemiological methods, environmental measurements andâ?¦..
Periodic medical examination
Q74 The member states of the ILO meet at the International Labour Conference in June of each year
Q75 The key member of a rehabilitation team is the â?¦â?¦â?¦…
Q76 The International Labour organizationâ??s secretariat, operational headquarters, research centre and publishing house is located in â?¦â?¦….
Q77 The International Labour Organization (ILO) was founded in
Q78 The ILOâ??s goal is â?¦â?¦â?¦.and â?¦â?¦â?¦â?¦ employment for all based on the principles of social justice and equality.
job and good
worker’s rights and excellent
productive and remunerative
preventing hunger and diseases
Q79 The ILO original membership Countries was—
Q80 The ILO accomplishes its work through â?¦… main bodies