Play It Safe: Post-Test #2

Name : _______________________________________

School : _____________________________________

Multiple choice. Put the letter corresponding to the best answer in the space provided.

  1. What group is most likely to get seriously injured on a farm? ______
    1. 5 - 15 yr. olds.
    2. 15 - 25 year olds.
    3. 25 - 50 year olds.
  2. What rule should we follow when using tractors, ATV's and lawn mowers? ______
    1. Don't wear long pants or long sleeve shirts.
    2. One seat, one rider.
    3. The smaller the machine, the less dangerous it is.
  3. What can happen over a period of time if you work or play around loud equipment such as chainsaws, lawn mowers, or tractors without ear protection? ______
    1. Nothing
    2. You learn to be safe around machinery.
    3. Your hearing can be harmed.
  4. You should always ask permission to cross a fence because ______
    1. the farmer might not like it.
    2. dangerous livestock might be feeding inside the fence.
    3. there might be poison ivy on the other side.

True or False. Answer the following questions by indicating whether they are true or false.

  1. ____ Extra Riders can be allowed on a tractor or riding lawn mower if there is room.
  2. ____ Chemicals should be stored in a locked cupboard and only in their original container.
  3. ____ The tractor is the piece of machinery most often involved in farm injuries.
  4. ____ Safety helmets aren't necessary when riding ATV's, bicycles or snowmobiles if you've taken a safety course.
  5. ____ A PTO is dangerous because it spins very fast and can tear clothes or limbs off.
  6. ____ Adults are the people responsible for your safety on a farm.

This document is produced by the University of Vermont Extension System Farm Safety Program. RR1 Box 2280, Morrisville, Vermont 05661. Phone: (802) 888-4972. Fax: (802) 888-2432.

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