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How Safe are You?
"An all multiple choice quiz about safety in and around the house. I hope that you learn something. :-)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
According to the National Safety Council, which of the following is responsible for causing the most burns to a person in a home?
Improper placement of pots and pans on a stove
Working on the family car
Improper bathtub temperature
Mixing of cleaning chemicals
Which of the following is a component that protects a person from electrocution?
Electro flow valve (EFV)
Ground fault interrupter (GFI)
When setting up a 12-foot ladder against a house, how far should the base of the ladder be placed away from the wall?
It doesn't matter
Which of the following does the National Safety Council state during Christmas time?
It is best for a tree to be displayed for 14-20 days in a home
Lights function best on metallic-foil trees
Outdoor light bulbs should point downward
Do not use off-tree floodlights for firs and cedar trees
According to a study by the American Mutual Liability Insurance Co., which of the following outdoor items resulted in the most injuries or deaths in the 1990s?
Which of the following is a true driving statement?
Tailgating in fog helps a driver follow the roadways
When an oncoming car has their 'brights' on, flash yours to let them know
Light rain after a dry spell makes the road the slickest
Lower tire pressure in cold temperatures provides better traction
According to the New York Poison Control Center in 2004, which hours of the day brought in the most phone calls concerning the poisoning of children?
Midnight - 6am
Noon - 6pm
6am - noon
6pm - midnight
The National Electrical Code in the U.S. mandated that newly built homes carry at least a 100-amp service in 1956. Prior to 1956, the standard was how many amps to a private dwelling?
According to the National Fire Protection Association, which has been the largest contributing factor for deaths during a home fire in 2004?
Sleeping on non-fire proof mattresses
No installed smoke detectors in the home
No building escape plan had been made prior
Sleeping in a bedroom with the door closed
What does a label on an appliance marked "UL" mean?
Unsafe for use with lawns and gardens
That the item is not recommended in under-load (UL) conditions
That the item was tested and approved by Underwriters Laboratory
To read operating instructions 'under label' before operating appliance
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