Question 1 If an employer refuses to admit an OSHA compliance officer, or if an employer attempts to interfere with the inspection, the Act permits __________. the employer to have his representative go along with the OSHA inspector appropriate legal action that might entail securing a warrant a cooling-off period of 24 hours the employer’s attorney to file a stand-down order 4 points Question 2 A State plan may cover any occupational safety and health issue in which a __________ has been promulgated under Section 6 of the Act. State plan Federal standard County inspection State outline 4 points Question 3 A State plan shall include or provide for the development or adoption of, and contain assurances that the State will continue to develop or adopt __________. standards, which are or will be at least as effective as those listed under Section 6 of the Act standards, which are or will be more effective than those promulgated by the County Commissioners of the State standards, which will have fines more severe than those promulgated by the Federal Government Both B & C 4 points Question 4 Based on a 1978 Supreme Court ruling (__________vs __________), OSHA may not conduct warrantless inspections without an employer’s consent. It may however, inspect after acquiring a judicially authorized search warrant based upon administrative probable cause or upon evidence of a violation. Jones vs. Johnson Marshall vs. Barlow’s Inc. Smith vs. Adrlow’s Inc. Johnson & Johnson vs. Smith 4 points Question 5 A willful violation carries a maximum fine of __________before adjustment, if any, for size and history. $50,000.00 $75,000.00 $70,000.00 $100,000.00 4 points Question 6 Employees covered by the OSHAct have particular rights in addition to protection by OSHA standards. Of the following, which is NOT an employee right under the Act? The right to inspect certain records and citations The right to protection from discrimination for filing a complaint against his/her employer The right to determine the appropriate and applicable standards for his or her workplace The right to participate in OSHA inspections 4 points Question 7 The Act gives each employee the right to request an OSHA inspection when the employee feels he or she may be in a situation where workplace hazards could result in __________. OSHA fines reduced wages union grievances physical harm 4 points Question 8 Inspections are conducted without advance notice. There are, however, special circumstances under which OSHA may indeed give notice to the employer but, even then, such a notice will be less than 24 hours. These special circumstances include: imminent danger situations that require correction as soon as possible. cases where notice is required to ensure that the employer and employee representative or other personnel will be present. situations in which the OSHA Area Director determines that advance notice would produce a more thorough or effective inspection. All of the above 4 points Question 9 Accidents or fatalities and catastrophes resulting in hospitalization of three or more employees must be reported to OSHA by the employer within __________ hours. three 48 12 eight 4 points Question 10 OSHA requires recordkeeping of occupational injuries and illnesses by employers. OSHA specifies that employers use OSHA Form 300 or equivalent forms. What does the OSHA 300/300A do? Records and summarizes injuries and illnesses Records compliance with applicable standards for a company Records the accident and lost workday incidence rates Records training and medical monitoring results 4 points Question 11 Describe the relationship between OSHA, NIOSH, and the Occupational Safety & Health Review Commission as specified in the Act. Your response must be at least 200 words in length. APA FORMAT and sources cited 30 points Question 12 How do you think that the requirements of the Recordkeeping Standard might be helpful for organizations in keeping their occupational injuries and illnesses in check? Your response must be at least 200 words in length. 30 points Save and Submit Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.

Question 1: If an employer refuses to admit an OSHA compliance officer, or if an employer attempts to interfere with the inspection, the Act permits appropriate legal action that might entail securing a warrant.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), employers must allow OSHA compliance officers to conduct workplace inspections. If an employer refuses to admit an OSHA compliance officer or tries to interfere with an inspection, the Act allows OSHA to take legal action to secure a warrant. This means that OSHA can obtain a warrant from a judge to conduct an inspection of the workplace.

Question 2: A State plan may cover any occupational safety and health issue in which a standard has been promulgated under Section 6 of the Act.

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) allows states to develop and implement their own occupational safety and health programs, known as State Plans. These State Plans must be at least as effective as the federal OSHA program and cover all occupational safety and health issues in which a standard has been promulgated under Section 6 of the Act.

Question 3: A State plan shall include or provide for the development or adoption of, and contain assurances that the State will continue to develop or adopt standards, which are or will be at least as effective as those listed under Section 6 of the Act.

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), State Plans must include or provide for the development or adoption of occupational safety and health standards that are at least as effective as those listed under Section 6 of the Act. Additionally, the State Plan must contain assurances that the state will continue to develop or adopt these standards.

Question 4: Based on a 1978 Supreme Court ruling (Marshall vs. Barlow’s Inc.), OSHA may not conduct warrantless inspections without an employer’s consent. It may however, inspect after acquiring a judicially authorized search warrant based upon administrative probable cause or upon evidence of a violation.

The 1978 Supreme Court ruling in Marshall vs. Barlow’s Inc. established that OSHA cannot conduct warrantless inspections of workplaces without an employer’s consent. However, OSHA can inspect workplaces after obtaining a judicially authorized search warrant based upon administrative probable cause or upon evidence of a violation.

Question 5: A willful violation carries a maximum fine of $136,532 before adjustment, if any, for size and history.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), a willful violation of OSHA standards carries a maximum fine of $136,532 before adjustment, if any, for size and history.

Question 6: The right to determine the appropriate and applicable standards for his or her workplace is NOT an employee right under the Act.

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), employees have specific rights, including the right to inspect certain records and citations, the right to protection from discrimination for filing a complaint against their employer, and the right to participate in OSHA inspections. However, employees do not have the right to determine the appropriate and applicable standards for their workplace.

Question 7: The Act gives each employee the right to request an OSHA inspection when the employee feels he or she may be in a situation where workplace hazards could result in physical harm.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), each employee has the right to request an OSHA inspection when they believe that workplace hazards could result in physical harm.

Question 8: Inspections are conducted without advance notice. There are, however, special circumstances under which OSHA may indeed give notice to the employer but, even then, such notice will be less than 24 hours. These special circumstances include: imminent danger situations that require correction as soon as possible, cases where notice is required to ensure that the employer and employee

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