Orientation to Trade

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Orientation to Trade
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2015-06-16 00:11:51
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Module 1 of pipefitting Level 1 Edition 3
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  1. Which of the following is a task not generally performed by pipe-fitters?

    A) Installing residential plumbing systems
    B) Installing valves
    C) Planning piping systems
    D) Inspecting piping systems
    A) Installing residential plumbing systems
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. 2. Which of the following is a correct statement about pipe-fitters?

    A) Pipefitters must learn how to weld because welding is an important part of their work.
    B) Pipefitters only work with carbon steel pipe.
    C) Pipefitters sometimes work in food processing plants.
    D) Pipefitting work is limited to the use of hand tools.
    A) Pipefitters must learn how to weld because welding is an important part of their work
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

  3. The tool shown in Figure 1 is a(n) _____ wrench

    A) offset
    B) strap
    C) straight pipe
    D) chain
    A) offset
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

  4. The tool shown in Figure 2 is used to ______.

    A) bend pipe
    B) measure pipe
    C) operate a valve
    D) thread pipe
    D) thread pipe
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Journey-level pipefitters often earn as much as, or more than, college-educated office workers.

    a) True
    b) False
    a) True
  6. Minimum standards for apprentice training programs are established by_______.

    A) NCCER
    B) OSHA
    C) ATELS
    D) your employer
    C) ATELS
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. If one of your co-workers does not act in a professional manner, the best approach is to _____.

    A) advise other workers to shun the person
    B) refuse to cooperate with the person
    C) report the person to your supervisor
    D) demonstrate the benefits of professional behavior
    C) report the person to your supervisor
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. It is okay to be a little late for work as long as you make up the time. 

    a) True
    b) False
    b) False
  9. The primary mission of OSHA is to _______.

    A) distribute safety equipment to workers
    B) inspect job sites for safety violations
    C) fine companies that violate safety regulations
    D) ensure that employers maintain a safe workplace
    D) ensure that employers maintain a safe workplace
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. If you see a safety violation at your job site you should _______.

    A) walk off the job until it is corrected
    B) report it to an OSHA inspector
    C) inform your supervisor
    D) ignore it unless it affects you directly
    C) inform your supervisor
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. What is ATELS stand for? and define it
    Apprenticeship, Training, Employer and Labor Services: The U.S. Department of Labor office that sets the minimum standards for training programs across the country.
  12. What is Bevel?
    A cut made at an angle
  13. What does OJT stand for? and define it
    On-the-job training: Job related learning acquired while working.
  14. What does OSHA stand for? and define it
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration: A federal government agency established to insure a safe and healthy environment in the work place.
  15. What is Sweat?
    Sweat is a method of adjoining pipe in which solder is applied to the joint and heated until the solder flows into the joint.

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