QUESTION 1 Voluntary Protection Program participants are subject to routine OSHA inspections. True False 2

Question: QUESTION 1 Voluntary Protection Program participants are subject to routine OSHA inspections. True False 2 points QUESTION 2 Selective hiring is achieved through the selective exclusion of high-risk employees. True False 2 points QUESTION 3 Penalties of up to $70,000 may be proposed for each willful OSHA violations, with a minimum penalty of $5,000 for eachQUESTION 1 Voluntary Protection Program participants are subject to routine OSHA inspections. True False 2 points QUESTION 2 Selective hiring is achieved through the selective exclusion of high-risk employees. True False 2 points QUESTION 3 Penalties of up to $70,000 may be proposed for each willful OSHA violations, with a minimum penalty of $5,000 for each violation. True False 2 points QUESTION 4 All employees, including workers who are self-employed and public employees in state and local government are covered under OSHA. True False 2 points QUESTION 5 Occupational injuries resulting in loss of consciousness must be recorded to be in compliance with OSHA. True False 2 points QUESTION 6 What would happen if the new benefit cost was not updated in the HR/Payroll system at the beginning of a new year? Employees could receive incorrect benefit deductions on their paycheck. Employees could be dropped from the benefit plan. The benefit vendors would not receive the correct enrollment counts. Payroll would fail and employees would not be paid at the begging of the year. 6 points QUESTION 7 Navigability is the overall ease with which a user can move through the screens of an application or the pages of a Web site. It is also known as: Balancing Loadability Usability Sourcing 6 points QUESTION 8 What is the fundamental reason for establishing an HR technology strategy? To build a business case for the purchase of new technology To create a roadmap for technology acquisition and integration. To create the short list of vendors to purchase new technology To compile a comprehensive requirements listing. 6 points QUESTION 9 What part of an HRIS is the least applicable to all employees of a company? Payroll Learning management. Succession planning. Compensation. 6 points QUESTION 10 When evaluating the end user experience of an HRIS, which area below should you consider? Which browsers are supported Which browser versions are support Which mobile operating systems are supported All of the above 6 points QUESTION 11 What statement accurately depicts the similarities in requirements between the Payroll and Human Resources functions? Payroll and Human Resources have similar data-handling and storage requirements. Payroll and Human Resources always use the same definitions for the same data elements. Payroll and Human Resources both have significant flexibility in their processing and reporting cycles. Payroll and Human Resources have completely unique data needs. 6 points QUESTION 12 What information about the company should be included in the RFP? Company information, product information, technical information, references Company information, project scope, technical requirements, functional requirements Company information, project management process, project team members, vendor demonstration scripts Company information, project team, operating costs, references 6 points QUESTION 13 Occupational injuries must be recorded in all of the following instances EXCEPT when the injury results in: a restriction of motion. first aid treatment. transfer to another job. one or more lost workdays. loss of consciousness. 6 points QUESTION 14 Which of the following is associated with workers compensation? Hazard communication Right to know Liability without fault Comparable worth Define contribution 6 points QUESTION 15 __________ is defined as a situation where job-related factors affect a worker s psychological and/or physiological condition such that the person deviates from normal functioning. Work sickness Job stress Job burnout Environmental illness Employee withdrawal 6 points QUESTION 16 Employee rights under OSHA include all of the following EXCEPT: Filing safety or health grievances. Complaining to an employer, union, OSHA, or any other government agency about job safety and health hazards. Provide medical examinations when required by OSHA standards. Participating on a workplace safety and health committee or in union activities concerning job safety and health. Participating in OSHA inspections, conferences, hearings, or other OSHA-related activities. 6 points QUESTION 17 The Guide to Workplace Smoking Policies recommends that employers should: Ban smoking entirely from the workplace due to its negative consequences. Not hire job applicants who smoke. Create separate ventilated smoking areas. Punish those employees who do not quit smoking within a six-month period. Offer incentives to employees who try to quit smoking. 6 points QUESTION 18 __________ is now a very common workers compensation claim in jobs involving essentially the same movements over and over again. Rorschach Survey Interest Research Survey Interest Repetitive Stretch Injury Repetitive Strain Injury Research Safety Institute 6 points QUESTION 19 Which of the following has the top priority for OSHA inspection? Random inspections Re-inspections High hazard industries Imminent danger Employee complaints 6 points QUESTION 20 Worker s compensation is based upon the principle that, victims of a work-related injury or illness: are granted benefits regardless of who is responsible for the accident, injury, or illness. must prove that the employer directly or indirectly caused the accident, injury, or illness in order to receive benefits. must sue the company in order to receive benefits. are most likely to sue OSHA for wrongful-doing. should be granted compensation only at the discretion of the employer and the union.