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Test 1 Trial Quiz
Transcript of Test 1 Trial Quiz
DEFINE HAZARD, RISK AND DANGER AND IDENTIFY EACH OF THIS ELEMENT BASED ON A SULPHURIC ACID GLASS BOTTLE IS LOCATED AT A CORNER OF A TABLE.
Anything that can cause harm (CHEMICAL OR BROKEN GLASS)
Is the chance or probability of harm actually being done (SKIN BURN OR CUT)
Is the relative exposure to hazard. It may show the magnitude of the risk or hazard. (VERY DANGEROUS)
HAZARDS CAN BE CLASSIFIED INTO PHYSICAL, BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, ERGONOMICALLY AND PSYCHOSOCIAL. LIST ONLY THE PHYSICAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH MACHINERIES
Stabbing and Puncturing
Friction and Abrasion
Release of Potential Energy
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE ROLE OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATION SAFETY (NIOSH) IN BANGI AND THE DEPARTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (DOSH) IN PUTRA JAYA.
Functions are as service provider in the trainings of OSH disciplines and Research in OSH
Functions are to enforce the FMA 1967 & OSHA 1994 law
To motivate and promotion of OSH
To Review the laws and regulations in OSH
tp Provide advice and expertise in OSH
The secretariat to the National Council for OSH
WHAT IS LAW OF TORT AND HOW IS IT BEING CLASSIFIED/CATEGORISED?
Tort are civil offences of a wrongful act of one party causing harm or injury to the person, property, reputation or economic interest of another.
Tort are classified or categorised as:
QUESTION FROM LECTURE 1
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STATUTORY LAW AND COMMON LAW?
Consist of Acts and Regulations.
Formulated by the Government through Parliament.
Breaching the law is a criminal offence
Penalty is monetary and prison sentence or both.
Prosecution is only by Government Servants (e.g. District Attorney) in a Criminal Court.
Resulted from the decisions of court and judges in a civil court.
Allows the injured worker to sue the party that is responsible causing the harm/injuries.
The injured party could request a lawyer for law suit proceedings.
If plaintiff wins, the settlement is through monetary fines.