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Back Safety Quiz - "Back in Action"
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11 Pages
2015
English US
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Sample Questions from the Back Safety Quiz - "Back in Action" Quiz

Question: Before picking up a load what three things should you consider?

Choices:

Your mood, attitude and desire to lift

Size of the load, make sure the area is free of clutter and check that your route is clear

What's for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Question: What is another name for a bulged disc ?

Choices:

Atrophied disc

Morphed disc

Floppy disc

Herniated disc

Question: Do older people have more of a chance of injuring their back?

Choices:

Maybe

Sometimes

Yes

No

Question: How many workers injure their back each year?

Choices:

1 million

50

25,000

5 million

Question: What muscles support the spine?

Choices:

Biceps

Triceps

Core muscles

Quads

Question: What are the three leading lifting factors associated with a back injury?

Choices:

Attitude, Enthusiasm, and Following instructions

Capacity, Duration, and Awkward positions

Speedwalking, Jogging, Running

Something else

Question: Does general fitness help prevent back injury?

Choices:

No

Yes

Question: When in a hurry is it okay to use a hand truck on the stairs?

Choices:

Sure, as long as you keep the load in front of you on the way up or down.

Sure, as long as you keep the load behind you on the way up or down.

No, find a ramp or elevator if possible

Question: How many subjects were in the video?

Choices:

1

2

3

4

0

Question: The spine is naturally curved to what shape?

Choices:

"P" shape

"I" shape

"Z" shape

"S" shape

Question: Can you hurt your back while sitting?

Choices:

Maybe

Yes

No

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