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1. What are the two products of barrier analysis?

Hazards and targets

Targets and barriers

Chart and analysis worksheet

Worksheet and report

2. Which of the following is an example of a soft barrier?

Respiratory protection

Welding apron

Standard operating procedure

Pressure release valve

3. Which of the following questions is NOT typically asked about each event when conducting a change analysis?

What happened?

Why did it happen?

When did it happen?

Where did it happen?

4. Why is it helpful to separate engineered barriers from administrative barriers?

Administrative barriers usually fail.

It makes it easier to develop corrective actions.

Engineered barriers never fail.

It makes it easier to place blame

5. What is the first step in barrier analysis?

Identify the hazard and the target.

Identify barriers that failed.

Identify the significant events.

Identify the barriers not used.

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