Coal Mine Rescue Test V
In order to get 100%, you must answer all of the following correctly.
1.  When rescue teams _________ in smoke, all team members should hold onto the lifeline or be linked together by means of a link line.

2.  Itís recommended that you donít travel though _________ that is over knee deep (less in low coal).

3.  Air courses _________ by stoppings must be examined on both sides (tied in) where accessible to assure the safety of the team.

4.  Before opening and traveling through any stopping inby which conditions are not _________ known, you should first erect a temporary stopping outby.

5.  The _________ of the mine atmosphere for the presence of oxygen, methane and carbon monoxide is an important element of team exploration.

6.  Dinner buckets _________ during exploration are important because they may contain information about the whereabouts of survivors.

7.  A debriefing is a _________ held when a team returns to the surface after completing an assignment to review what they saw and did.

8.  The TLV-TWA is the average _________ for a normal 8 hour workday and a 40 hour workweek, to which workers may be repeatedly exposed, day after day, without adverse effect to a gas.

9.  The TLV-TWA for Carbon Monoxide is _________ ppm.

10.  The STEL is a _________ minute TWA exposure which should not be exceeded at any time during a work day for a gas.

Quiz made possible with Dodo's Quiz Script