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Why take a assessment quiz

Assessments are a valuable part of any training program, as they help to determine which areas your teams need the most help with. They can also help to identify any gaps in your teams’ understanding of the material. By using assessments, you can track your teams’ progress and ensure that they are continuously learning and growing. That’s why we’ve put together this quiz on workplace assessments. This quiz will help you to understand the different types of workplace assessments, the benefits of using assessments, and the types of questions that are included in an assessment. After completing this quiz, you will be able to create or improve your organization’s assessment program.

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Deploy a assessment quiz to your team

This quiz allows you to track the progress of employees and identify any individuals who may require additional training. For team members that require additional regular refresher training, you’ll also have the option to deliver the quiz to them in bite-sized chunks, at regular intervals. This allows your team to reinforce their knowledge at their own pace, making them more likely to recall what they learned sooner than if they were to have completed a one-off training program.

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Example questions from our assessment quiz

Question 1

sbWhich among these can cause a slip sb

Question 3

sbWhen climbing up a ladder carry your toolbox with your dominant hand sb

Question 5

sbAsk a coworker to hold the ladder for you if you will be working at a height for an extended period of time sb

Question 7

The goal is to have zero accidents not less accidents

Question 9

A Risk Assessment is a process of identifying potential hazards and implementing control measures to manage risks

Question 11

sbDo you remember the three main steps of a Risk Assessmentsb h3 style fontsize07em Arrange the steps in the right order h3

Question 2

While slips are caused by lack of friction trips on the other hand happen due to obstructions

Question 4

sbWhen going up and down the ladder always main three points of contact sb

Question 6

sbIf youre carrying large items firmly grasp the items with both hands and go down slowly sb

Question 8

To increase hazard awareness you should provide training to your employees

Question 10

A risk assessment is NOT a onetime activity

Question 12

sbHow about nowsb

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