Play It Safe: Post-Test #3

Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.

  1. The people most likely to get seriously injured on a farm are
    1. Children under 5 years old.
    2. 5 - 15 yr. olds.
    3. 15 - 25 year olds.
    4. 25 - 50 year olds.
  2. The most important rule to follow when using tractors, ATV's and lawn mowers is
    1. Wear a helmet, long pants, and a long sleeve shirt.
    2. One seat, one rider.
    3. The smaller the machine, the less dangerous it is.
    4. Always wear a seat belt.
  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 can get cut badly.
  4. You should always ask permission to cross a fence because
    1. your parents might not know where you are.
    2. dangerous livestock might be feeding inside the fence.
    3. there might be poison ivy on the other side.
    4. you might get zapped.
  5. Extra Riders on tractors or riding lawn mowers
    1. can be allowed only if a tractor has a cab.
    2. can be allowed if there is a fender to sit on.
    3. can be allowed if the rider is at least 18 years old.
    4. can never be allowed.
  6. Chemicals should be stored
    1. on a high shelf, out of the reach of children
    2. in a locked cupboard and only in their original container.
    3. anywhere, as long as Mr. Yuk stickers are used.
    4. under the sink.
  7. The piece of machinery most often involved in farm injuries is
    1. the corn chopper.
    2. the PTO.
    3. the tractor.
    4. the manure spreader.
  8. ATV's, bicycles, and snowmobiles all require certain personal protective equipment including
    1. a helmet.
    2. a helmet, gloves, sneakers, and long pants.
    3. a hat, gloves, and sneakers.
    4. a helmet, gloves, shoes or boots, and long pants.
  9. A PTO is dangerous because
    1. it spins very fast.
    2. it can tear clothes or limbs off.
    3. shields and guards are sometimes missing.
    4. all of the above.
  10. The person(s) responsible for safety on a farm is (are)
    1. parents.
    2. the farmer.
    3. everyone.
    4. older brothers and sisters.

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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