Pre-Job Briefing

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1. A Pre-Job Briefing is a structured safety discussion held by a crew leader when 2 or more employees are involved in a job.

2. If the work or operations to be performed during the work day or shift are routine, at least one job briefing shall be conducted before the start of the first job of the work day or shift.

3. Additional job briefings shall be held if significant changes, which might affect the safety of workers, occur during the course of the work. Examples of significant changes include:

4. Which of the following statements is correct?

5. Each briefing is always required to touch on which of the five following subjects:

6. With regard to Step #1 of the Pre-Job Briefing process (Identifying the Hazards), which of the following statements apply?

7. With regard to Step #2 of the Pre-Job Briefing process (Identifying the Work Practices), which of the following statements apply?

8. With regard to Step #3 of the Pre-Job Briefing process (Determining the Energy Control Points), which of the following statements apply?

9. With regard to Step #4 of the Pre-Job Briefing process (Determine PPE), engineering controls, administrative controls, and work practice control should always be applied to the job first to eliminate or reduce hazards, before using PPE. The proper application of PPE is developed through an analysis of the job hazards.

10. With regard to Step #5 of the Pre-Job Briefing process (Special Precautions), the crew should review issues that do not occur on every job. These issues could include non-routine conditions or activities that may exist or develop in the course of the project, such as traffic in the area of the project, unusual location of the project, extreme environmental conditions, unusual location of certain equipment, or installation of new equipment.