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1. (201) What organization oversees the investigation and reporting for hazards and mishaps involving personnel and property?
a. Base Safety Office.
2. (201) What AFOSH standard is a consolidated publication covering numerous safety topics including fire protection, electrical safety, and the lockout-tagout program?
d. AFOSH STD 91–501.
3. (201) What regulation or manual contains a comprehensive list of guidance publications used by the medical maintenance career field?    
d. AFI 41–201
4. (202) As soon as possible after an accident, notify the victim’s
d. immediate supervisor.
5. (202) The most important reason for keeping accurate records of accidents, incidents, and hazards is so they can    
a. be used during investigations and to develop hazard and mishap prevention measures.
6. (203) Who is responsible for providing protective clothing and informing biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs) of what precautions to take before entering a patient’s room?
d. Nursing staff.
7. (203) What precaution is required for treating blood and body fluids found on or in equipment?  
b. Treat all fluids as if they were contaminated.
8. (203) Biomedical equipment technicians (BMETs) play a big part in fire safety because
d. they are normally in many parts of the facility during the performance of their duties.
9. (203) What information is not needed prior to using a chemical?  
d. The product cost and manufacturer.
10. (203) Where can a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) be found for a product purchased and used by the Air Force?
a. Bioenvironmental Engineering.
11. (203) Who should you contact to arrange for the disposal of a hazardous waste?
a. Facility hazardous waste monitor.
12. (203) Flammable chemicals must be stored in  
b. an OSHA approved flammable cabinet.
13. (203) Which statement about compressed gases is correct ?  
b. Cylinder valves should be kept closed at all times except when the container is in use.
14. (203) Which statement about the use and maintenance of oxygen equipment is not correct?  
a. Use of nonsparking wrenches is required.
15. (203) Which gas cylinder is color-coded gray?
a. Carbon dioxide.
16. (203) What organization should be contacted to perform a workplace survey for a suspected noise exposure problem?
d. Bioenvironmental Engineering.
17. (204) Which laser equipment hazard is associated with the maintenance of the system rather than its operation or use?    
c. Electrical.
18. (204) What laser classification poses a risk of acute hazard to the skin and eyes from both direct and scattered radiation?
d. IV.
19. (204) Most medical lasers fall into which laser classification?
d. IV.
20. (204) When troubleshooting equipment with power applied, what can you do to minimize your risk of electrical shock?    
c. Have your test leads in place before applying power.
21. (204) What precaution should be observed when working with a charged battery cell?
b. Use insulated tools when installing it into a piece of equipment.
22. (205) The primary responsibility for compliance with the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act (FDAMA) lies with
d. the Quality Assurance/Risk Management office.
23. (205) ECRI Institute acts as a supporting agency to help your MTF comply with the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act (FDAMA) by handling complaints concerning
b. equipment.
24. (205) Which materiel complaint category identifies defects that have been directly responsible for, or are clearly capable of, causing accident or injury to patients or staff?
a. Type I.
25. (205) The type of report that should be reported to Risk Management as an “incident report” rather than as a Type I or Type III materiel complaint is a report
d. in which the medical equipment item was not the prime cause, but was a contributing factor.
26. (206) What is the primary tool each shop uses to manage alerts and recalls?
a. ECRI Institute Alerts Tracker®.
27. (206) Which materiel complaint do you initiate for defects directly responsible for, or are clearly capable of, causing accident, injury, or death to patients or staff?
c. Type I.
28. (206) Which device recall is for defects directly responsible for, or are clearly capable of, causing accident, injury, or death to patients or staff?
b. Class I & Class II.
29. (206) Which materiel complaint do you initiate for design and/or production deficiencies that lead to unsatisfactory performance and not likely to cause adverse health consequences?  
d. Type III.
30. (206) Which device recall is for design and/or production deficiencies that lead to unsatisfactory performance and not likely to cause adverse health consequences?  
b. Class III.
31. (206) Until it has been repaired or modified, equipment in what recall class must be suspended from use?    
a. Class I.
32. (206) Who must you notify of all equipment defects and recall actions taken for equipment in the medical treatment facility (MTF) inventory?    
d. The MTF Environment of Care (EOC) committee.
33. (206) Modifications of medical devices are normally authorized by the
a. Surgeon General, HQ USAF.
34. (206) Minor modifications on a piece of equipment may be authorized by the  
c. Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) Commander.
35. (207) Which procedure would not be appropriate when performing an incident investigation involving an item of medical equipment?    
c. Impound all similar pieces of equipment throughout the hospital.
36. (207) What form would you use to document the summary of an investigation for a hospital incident?
a. AF Form 765.
37. (208) Which common handtools are misused the most?
d. Small wrenches and screwdrivers.
38. (208) What should be used in a tool storage area for the safe storage of delicate tools?
a. Felt-lined drawers or a suitable substitute.
39. (208) What is the purpose of using a rubber mat in front of your workbench?
d. Minimizes electrical shock and breakage.
40. (209) Which two screwdrivers are often mistakenly interchanged?
a. Phillips and Reed & Prince.
41. (209) Soft hammers are designed for
a. Adjustable combination.
42. (209) How are chisels classified?
b. Point types.
43. (209) What is the best reason why you should not use a chisel with a mushroomed head? a. Work may be damaged by missed blows.    
c. Pieces may fly off and cause injury.
44. (210) What type of pliers do you use for general utility operations?
a. Adjustable combination.
45. (210) For odd-sized nuts and bolts, which wrench should you use?
c. Adjustable.
46. (211) Files used for cutting, removing, smoothing, or polishing metal are categorized by
a. name and cut.
47. (211) What is the correct way to apply pressure to a file?  
b. On the forward stroke.
48. (212) What type of tap do you use to cut full threads to the bottom of a closed hole?
a. Bottoming.
49. (212) If you cannot back out a bolt with a screw extractor, what should you do?
d. Use a chisel or a pin punch to start it out.
50. (213) What three aspects of safety should you consider when using a power tool?
b. Tool safety, personal safety, and operational safety.
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