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API 1169 – Prep Test #3Written by Dale Honn, P.E., P.L.S.Copyright 2016 Natural Energy Field Services, LLC. All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

Table of ContentsRequired DocumentsCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.Page(s) 4-51. API 11106-72. API 11698-103. API Q111-124. INGAA, CS-S913-145. ISO 900015-166. API 110417-187. ASME B31.419-208. ASME B31.821-229. 49 CFR 19223-2510. 49 CFR 19526-2811. 29 CFR 191029-3012. 29 CFR 192631-3213. 49 CFR 172, Subpart B3314. 33 CFR 3213415. 40 CFR 30035-3616. FERC Wetlands & Waterbodies37-3917. FERC Upland Erosion Control40-41

Table of ContentsCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.21. 50 CFR 214222. 33 USC Chap. 94323. Endangered Species Act of 197344

List of Required DocumentsBelow is a list of documents with links to sourcesNEFS is not affiliated with, norsponsored or endorsed by, any of ��–––American Petroleum InstituteAmerican Welding SocietyCommon Ground AllianceThe INGAA Foundation, Inc.The International Organization forStandardization (ISO)TechstreetUS Department of TransportationPipeline and Hazardous MaterialsSafety Administration (PHMSA)American Society of MechanicalEngineersFederal Energy RegulatoryCommissionU.S. Department of the InteriorU.S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceCodes of Federal RegulationsUnited States CodeU.S. Government Printing OfficeU.S. Department of LaborAmerican National StandardsInstitute1.API 1110 (Starting at 110?sid goog&gclid CKCo2eOd1tACFQIMaQodrt8PSQ&product id 18521152.API 1169 (Starting at 1169?sid goog&gclid CjwKEAiA1ITCBRDO-oLAq WxCBBoCkBXw wcB&product id 18618983.API Q1 (Starting at c-q1?product id 18576014.ANSI Z49.1 (Free 5.CGA (Free ces-guide6.INGAA, Crossing (Free Online)http://www.ingaa.org/File.aspx?id 204057.INGAA, CS-S-9 (Free Online)http://www.ingaa.org/File.aspx?id 189818.ISO 9000 (Free 0:ed-4:v1:en9.API 1104 ( -1104?sid goog&gclid CjwKEAiA1ITCBRDO-oLAq n8xYSJADjBQfGrVzdQyVaZp00 vo155-vvMQXD aLNfGspTpYChK7NRoC0h3w wcB&product id 186396010. ASME B31.4 ( dsCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.11. ASME B31.8 ( 2. 49 CFR 192 (Free DownloadableFiles/Files/Pipeline/49 192 highlight 8 15.pdf

List of Required Documents Below is a list of documents with links to sourcesNEFS is not affiliated with, norsponsored or endorsed by, any of ��–––American Petroleum InstituteAmerican Welding SocietyCommon Ground AllianceThe INGAA Foundation, Inc.The International Organization forStandardization (ISO)TechstreetUS Department of TransportationPipeline and Hazardous MaterialsSafety Administration (PHMSA)American Society of MechanicalEngineersFederal Energy RegulatoryCommissionU.S. Department of the InteriorU.S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceCodes of Federal RegulationsUnited States CodeU.S. Government Printing OfficeU.S. Department of LaborAmerican National StandardsInstituteCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.13. 49 CFR 195 (Free loadableFiles/Files/Pipeline/195 Master 195 100 Highlighted.pdf14. 29 CFR 1910 (Free title29-vol5/CFR-2013-title29-vol5-part191015. 29 CFR 1926 (Free arch form?p doc type STANDARDS&p toc level 1&p keyvalue 192616. 49 CFR 172, Subpart B (Free Online)http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?tpl /ecfrbrowse/Title49/49cfr172 main 02.tpl17. 33 CFR 321 (Free s.action?st objective setting&ps 10&na &se &sb re&timeFrame &dateBrowse &govAuthBrowse &collection CFR&historical false&granuleId CFR-2015-title33-vol3-part321&packageId CFR-2015-title33vol3&browsePath Title 33%2FChapter II%2FPart 321&collapse true&fromBrowse true&bread true&fromState &collectionCode CFR18. 40 CFR 300 (Free Online)http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?tpl /ecfrbrowse/Title40/40cfr300 main 02.tpl19. FERC Wetlands & Waterbodies (Free procedures.pdf20. FERC Upland Erosion Control (Free plan.pdf21. 50 CFR 21 (Free e50-vol6/pdf/CFR-2010-title50-vol6-part21.pdf22. 33 USC Chap. 9 (Free itle33/pdf/USCODE-2011-title33-chap9.pdf23. Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Free pdf/ESAall.pdf

API 11101. API 1110, Section 3.6The detailed test procedure should include all the following details, except:a. A diagram indicating the lengths, elevations, and locations of the test segments, including any tested pipingmanifolds, and set-up of test equipment. Locate the taps for the pressure recording devices on the pipeline.b. The test medium to be used, fill rates, and the line fill volumes for filling and at test pressure.c. Methods for isolating the test segments.d. Qualified welding procedure.2. API 1110, Section 3.6The specified test pressure is the test pressure that should be applied to the most elevatedpoint in the test segment.a. Maximumb. Averagec. Highestd. Minimum3. API 1110, Section 3.6The most elevated point in the test segment is not necessarily that of the deadweight tester. Therefore, itshould be corrected for elevation difference between the pipeline and deadweight tester.a. Trueb. FalseCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

API 1110 (continued)4. API 1110, Section 3.8.1Pressurization of the section should occur at a controlled rate to avoid the line.a. Rupturingb. Damage to the deadweight testerc. Surgingd. Ruining the pressure chart5. API 1110, Section 3.8.2The results of the deadweight tester checks and temperature readings should be recorded on thepressure and temperature logs within at least -minute intervals.a. 30-minuteb. 15–minutec. 60-minuted. 10-minuteCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

API 11696. API 1169, Section 5.11.1A space that can be bodily entered by an individual but is not designed for continuous occupancy andhas a limited and restricted means of entrance or exit is called a .a. Excavated ditch lineb. Bell holec. Confined spaced. Cellar7. API 1169, Section 5.11.1Inspectors should be aware that are required for confined space entry when either a hazardousatmosphere exists, it contains material where an occupant could be engulfed, or is configured where an occupantcould be trapped.a. Permissionsb. Public awareness meetingsc. Permitsd. Work OrdersCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

API 1169 (continued)8. API 1169, Section 5.12.1A means an atmosphere that may be immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) orexceeds permissible limits (PELs). The conditions are classified as follows: Flammable gas, vapor, mist, or dust in excess of LFL Oxygen deficient/excess environments where oxygen levels are below 19.5% or above 23.5% PELs Other atmospheric conditions or concentrations of toxic contaminants that may be IDLHa. Hazardous atmosphereb. High toxinsc. Dust stormd. Tornado9. API 1169, Section 5.16.4.1Inspectors should monitor the following for both safety and job efficiency purposes:a. Toolsb. Motorized Work Equipmentc. Physical conditions and layoutsd. Both a) and b)Copyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

API 1169 (continued)10. API 1169, Section 6.5Inspectors should be familiar with the environmental requirements for crossings of waterway crossings,water bodies, and wetlands, including the following:a. Types of crossing permits and the governmental agencies overseeing these permits.b. Different water crossing installation and timing practices to comply with permit provisions.c. Waterway and water body bank restoration, stabilization, and erosion control measures, including facilities tominimize erosion.d. Owner/operator procedures and expectations for inspections by responsible agencies, including determiningthe objective of the inspection, checking credentials, and knowing who should handle escorting the inspectionpersonnel and answering their questions.e. Permit documentation requirements and closeout procedures, including any deadlines.f. All of the above.11. API 1169, Section 7.14.2Inspectors should ignore the water, rocks, hard clods, roots, or other debris in the ditch and any paddingmaterial and rock shield is in place.a. Falseb. TrueCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

API Q112. API Q1, Section 3.1.5The act or process of satisfying the legal and other applicable requirements of a regulation or regulatoryis known as:a. Complianceb. Operationsc. Permittingd. Observance13. API Q1, Section 3.1.16The function or process that is performed by an external supplier on behalf of the organization is called:a. Subcontractingb. Contractingc. Outsourcingd. PurchasingCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.14. API Q1, Section 4.1.4Management shall ensure that:a. criteria and methods needed for the operation and control of all quality management systemprocesses are determined, managed, and effective;b. planning of the quality management system is carried out in order to meet the requirements of thisspecification;c. Both of the above

API Q1 (continued)15. API Q1, Section 4.4.2All procedures referenced within API Q1 shall be established, documented, implemented and maintainedfor continued suitability.NOTE 1 A single document can address the requirements of one or more procedures.NOTE 2 A requirement for documented procedures can be satisfied by more than one document.a. These statements are correct.b. These statements are incorrect.16. API Q1, Section 5.1.2The organization shall maintain a documented procedure for the review of requirements related to theproducts and required servicing. The organization shall determine:a. Requirements specified by the customer;b. Legal and other applicable requirements;c. Requirements not stated by the customer but considered necessary by the organization for the provision ofthe product.d. All the aboveCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

INGAA, CS-S917. INGAA, CS-S-9, 4.8.1A connection is recommended as the first connection to the test manifold.a. Weldedb. Screwc. Coupledd. Victaulic (or equivalent)18. INGAA, CS-S-9, 4.8.11All temporary fill and dewater piping should be connected with welded/screwed joints.a. Trueb. False19. INGAA, CS-S-9, 4.8.20It is accepted industry practice to adequately anchor or secure de-watering piping to preventand of the piping.a. Movement, ruptureb. Movement, separationc. Separation, leakaged. Leakage, premature dewateringCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

INGAA, CS-S9 (continued)20. INGAA, CS-S-9, 5.1Employee training should highlight the hazards of hydrostatic testing, dewatering facility designs andtechniques, piping coupling and anchoring methods, hazard identification and mitigation.a. Falseb. True21. INGAA, CS-S-9, 4.8.20Which two statements are not true for de-watering activities?a. Anchor the de-watering lines.b. Check the deadweight reading every 15 minutesc. Leave the discharge end of the dewatering line free and unobstructedd. Ensure condition of couplings and partse. b) and d)22. INGAA, CS-S-9, 4.8.9When using a pressure relief valve (pop-off valve), it should be set to a pressure just above maximum testpressure. This will ensure that the pipeline and testing equipment will not exceed its maximum pressureratings.a. Trueb. FalseCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

ISO 900023. ISO 9000, 3.2.5is an organization that provides a product or a service.a. Managementb. Associationc. Supplierd. Customer24. ISO 9000, 3.2.1A person or group of people that has its own functions with responsibilities, authorities and relationshipsto achieve its objectives is an .a. Associationb. Managementc. Organizationd. Team25. ISO 9000, 3.2.8An organization consisting of member organizations or persons is known as an .a. Organizationb. Teamc. Providerd. AssociationCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

ISO 9000 (continued)26. ISO 9000, 3.4.5A is a specified way to carry out an activity or a process.a. Activityb. Inspectionc. Procedured. Objective27. ISO 9000, 3.3.12is the planning, organizing, monitoring, controlling and reporting of all aspects of a project,and the motivation of all those involved in it to achieve the project objectives.a. Teamworkb. Project Managementc. Managementd. Validation28. ISO 9000, 3.3.7The part of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements is called .a. Auditb. Qualificationc. Quality Controld. Quality AssuranceCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

API 110429. API 1104, Section 10.2.2Cracked welds shall be cut out unless a repair is authorized by the company or permitted by; the crack isconsidered a defect because the crack is not a shallow crater crack, or star crack; the crack is considereda defect because the crack is a shallow crater crack or star crack with a length that exceeds 5/32”.a. Falseb. True30. API 1104, Section 10.2.2When a cracked weld is authorized, the following guidelines are correct, except for:a. A cracked butt weld or branch weld may be repaired by complete or partial removal of the weld provided thelength of a single crack or aggregate length of more than one crack in a single repair area is less than 8% ofthe weld length using a qualified repair procedure.b. A cracked fillet weld may be repaired by complete or partial removal of the fillet weld using a qualified repairprocedurec. A butt or branch weld that contains multiple repair areas with crack(s) may not be repaired unless the totalaccumulated repair length is less than 8% of the weld length and a qualified repair procedure is used.d. A double repair of a crack is permitted. Additional cracking in any weld after repair shall again be repaired.e. Shallow crater cracks or star cracks found and contained completely in internal or external weld reinforcementmay be repaired by grinding without a qualified repair procedure.Copyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.31. API 1104, Section 10.2.4Grinding repairs require a qualified repair procedure.a. Falseb. True

API 1104 (continued)32. API 1104, Section 10.3.3Weld repair procedures shall be qualified by visual and testing. may be required atthe discretion of the company.a. X-ray, NDTb. NDT, X-rayc. destructive, NDTd. destructive, destructive testing33. API 1104, Section 11.1.7Only Level or radiographers shall interpret the radiographic images of production welds.a. I, IIb. II, IVc. II, IIId. I,III34. API 1104, Section 9.2All nondestructive test methods are limited in the information that can be derived from the indicationsthey produce. The company may therefore reject any weld that appears to meet these acceptancestandards if, in its opinion, the depth of an imperfection may be detrimental to the weld.a. Falseb. TrueCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

ASME B31.435. ASME B31.4, 400.2Which following definitions is/are correct?a. Fillet Weld – a weld of approximately triangular cross section joining two surfaces approximately at rightangles to each other in a lap joint, tee joint, or corner joint.b. Butt Weld – a weld between two members aligned approximately in the same plane.c. Girth Weld – a complete circumferential butt weld joining pipe or components.d. Full Fillet Weld – a fillet weld whose size is equal to the thickness of the thinner member joined.e. Seam Weld – a longitudinal or helical weld in pipe.f. All definitions are correct.36. ASME B31.4, 400.2is a chemical substance or combination of substances that, when present in the environmentor on a surface, prevents or reduces corrosion.a. Ground bedb. Anodec. Corrosion inhibitord. Coating systemCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.37. ASME B31.4, 400.2and are defined as pipeline devices used to insert or retrieve a pig into, or from,a pressurized pipeline, sometimes referred to as pig traps.a. Full opening enclosure/Blanking cap unionb. Launcher(s)/Receiver(s)c. Launcher/meter stationd. Pig trap/receiver

ASME B31.4 (continued)38. ASME B31.4, 402.3In the industry standard equation to determine the hoop stress due to internal pressure; Hoop Stress (S) PD/2t, which statement below is incorrect?a. P internal design gage pressure (psi)b. S hoop stress due to internal pressure (psi)c. D inside diameter of pipe (inches)d. t wall thickness of pipe (inches)39. ASME B31.4, 436.5.1(b) (14)River crossings shall have thorough inspection during installation, and shall be surveyed and profiledafter construction.a. Falseb. TrueCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

ASME B31.840. ASME B31.8, 807.1Each operating company shall have a program to manage the qualification of personnel who performoperating, maintenance, and construction activities that could impact the safety or integrity of a pipeline.a. Trueb. False41. ASME B31.8, 807.1(b)Which statement is true concerning an abnormal operating condition?a. A condition that may indicate a malfunction of a component or deviation from normal operations that mayindicate a condition exceeding design limits.b. A condition that may indicate a malfunction of a component or deviation from normal operations that mayresult in hazard(s) to persons, property, or the environment.c. Both statements are true.42. ASME B31.8, 816Provisions should be made to protect pipe, bevels, corrosion coating, and weight coating (if applicable)from damage during transportation (highway, rail, and/or water) of line pipe.a. Falseb. TrueCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

ASME B31.843. ASME B31.8, 817.1.3 (g)When the manufacturer’s specified minimum yield strength, tensile strength, or elongation for the pipe isunknown, and no physical tests are made, the minimum yield strength for design shall be taken as notmore than psi.a. 60,000b. 52,000c. 42,000d. 24,00044. ASME B31.8, 832.3Piping systems shall be designed to have sufficient flexibility to prevent thermal expansion or contractionfrom causing excessive stresses in the piping material, excessive bending or unusual loads at joints, orundesirable forces or moments at points of connection to equipment or at anchorage or guide point.a. Trueb. False45. ASME B31.8, 864.1Gas containing free water under the conditions at which it will be transported shall be assumed to becorrosive, unless proven to be noncorrosive by recognized tests or experience.a. Falseb. TrueCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

49 CFR 19246. 49 CFR 192, 192.307(b)Each of the following dents must be removed from steel pipe to be operated at a pressure that produces ahoop stress of 20 percent, or more of SMYS, unless the dent is repaired by a method that reliableengineering tests and analyses show can permanently restore the serviceability of the pipe. Whichstatement(s) is/are true?a. A dent that contains a stress concentrator such as a scratch, gouge, groove, or arc burn.b. A dent that affects the longitudinal weld or a circumferential weld.c. In pipe to be operated at a pressure that produces a hoop stress of 40% or more of SMYS, a dent that has adepth of: More than ¼” in pipe 12-3/4” or less in outer diameter More than 2% of the nominal pipe diameter in pipe over 12-3/4” in outer diameterd. All statements are true.47. 49 CFR 192, 192.307 (c)Each arc burn on steel pipe to be operated at a pressure that produces a hoop stress of 40% or more, ofSMYS must be repaired or removed. If a repair is made by grinding, the arc burn must be completelyremoved and the remaining wall thickness must be at least equal to either; a) the minimum wall thicknessrequired by the tolerances in the specification to which the pipe was manufactured, or; the nominal wallthickness required for the design pressure of the pipeline.a. Trueb. FalseCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

49 CFR 192 (continued)48. 49 CFR 192, 192.327 (e)All pipe installed in a navigable river, stream, or harbor must be installed with a minimum cover ofinches in soil or inches in consolidated rock between the top of the pipe and thenatural bottom.a. 48, 12b. 48, 24c. 48, 36d. 36, 3649. 49 CFR 192, 192.317 (a)The operator must take all practicable steps to protect each transmission line or main from washouts,floods, unstable soil, landslides, or other hazards that may cause the pipeline to move or to sustainabnormal loads.a. Falseb. TrueCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.50. 49 CFR 192, 192.313Each field bend in steel pipe, other than a wrinkle bend, must comply with the following, except:a. A bend must not impair the serviceability of the pipe.b. Each bend must have a smooth contour and be free from buckling, cracks, or any other mechanical damage.c. On pipe containing a longitudinal weld, the longitudinal weld must be as near as practicable to the throat ofthe bend.

49 CFR 192 (continued)51. 49 CFR 192, 192.319When the statement is made; “when installed in a ditch, each transmission line that is to be operated at apressure producing a hoop stress of 20 percent or more of SMYS must be installed so that the pipe fitsthe ditch so as to minimize stresses”, the rule of thumb to accomplish this rule is to have the sags “ridehard” and the over bends “ride high”.a. Falseb. True52. 49 CFR 192, 192.803Qualified means that an individual has been evaluated and can; Perform assigned covered tasks &recognize and react to abnormal operating conditions.a. Trueb. FalseCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

49 CFR 19553. 49 CFR 195, 195.216A miter joint is considered to be deflections up to degrees.a. 5b. 4c. 3d. 254. 49 CFR 195, 195.224It is not necessary to protect welding from the weather. It will not impair the weld.a. Falseb. True55. 49 CFR 195, 195.234 (d)During construction, at least percent of the girth welds made by each welder during each weldingday must be nondestructively tested over the entire circumference of the weld.a. 90b. 75c. 25d. 10Copyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

49 CFR 195 (continued)56. 49 CFR 195, 195.262The following must be provided in each pump station: Which statement(s) is/are true?a. Safety devices that prevent over-pressuring of pumping equipment, including the auxiliary pumping equipmentwithin the pumping stationb. A device for the emergency shutdown of each pumping stationc. If power is necessary to actuate the safety devices, an auxiliary power supplyd. All statements are true.57. 49 CFR 195, 195. 266A complete record that shows the following must be maintained by the operator for the life of eachpipeline facility, except:a. The total number of girth welds and number of nondestructively tested including the number rejected and thedisposition of each rejected weld.b. The amount, location; and cover of each size of pipe installed.c. The location of each crossing of another pipeline.d. The location of each buried utility crossing.e. The location of each overhead crossing.f. The location of each bend.g. The location of each valve and corrosion test stationCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

49 CFR 195 (continued)58. 49 CFR 195, 195. 412Each operator shall, at intervals not exceeding weeks, but at least times each calendaryear, inspect the surface conditions on or adjacent to each pipeline ROW. Methods of inspection include;walking, driving, flying or other appropriate means of traversing the ROW.a. 3, 25b. 3, 26c. 4, 26d. 4, 25Copyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.

29 CFR 191059. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart N, 1910.184is an assembly which connects the load to the material handling equipment.a. Wire ropeb. Hookc. Choker hitchd. Sling60. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart N, 1910.184is a sling configuration with one end of the sling passing under the load and through an endattachment, handle or eye on the other end of the sling.a. Wire ropeb. Hookc. Choker hitchd. Sling61. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart N, 1910.184Rated capacity or working load limit is the maximum working load permitteda. Trueb. FalseCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.62. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart J, 1910.145 (f) (2)means a device usually made of card, paper, pasteboard, plastic or other material used toidentify a hazardous condition.a. Tagb. Licensec. Permit

29 CFR 1910 (continued)63. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart J, 1910.146 (b)means an individual stationed outside one or more permit spaces who monitors theauthorized entrants and who performs all attendant's duties assigned in the employer's permit spaceprogram.a. Helperb. Assistantc. Attendantd. Supervisor64. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart J, 1910.146 (b)Which statement below is incorrect concerning confined space?a. Is large enough and so configured that an employee can bodily enter and perform assigned work; andb. Has limited or restricted means for entry or exit (for example, tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers,vaults, and pits are spaces that may have limited means of entry.); andc. Always has a second exit; andd. Is not designed for continuous employee occupancy.Copyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.65. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart J, 1910.146 (b)Double block and bleed means the closure of a line, duct, or pipe by closing and locking or tagging twoin-line valves and by opening and locking or tagging a drain or vent valve in the line between the twoclosed valves.a. Trueb. False

29 CFR 192666. 29 CFR 1926, Subpart I, 1926.300 (b) 2Belts, gears, shafts, pulleys, sprockets, spindles, drums, fly wheels, chains, or other reciprocating,rotating or moving parts of equipment shall be guarded if such parts are exposed to contact byemployees or otherwise create a hazard.a. Falseb. True67. 29 CFR 1926, Subpart I, 1926.300 (c)Employees using hand and power tools and exposed to the hazard of falling, flying, abrasive, andsplashing objects, or exposed to harmful dusts, fumes, mists, vapors, or gases shall be provided with theparticular necessary to protect them from the hazard.a. manufacturer operator’s instructionsb. personal protective equipmentc. overhead lightingd. working spaceCopyright 2016 Natural Energy FieldServices, LLC.All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited by federal law.68. 29 CFR 1926, Subpart I, 1926.301Which of the following statements is false?a. Employers shall not issue or permit the use of unsafe hand tools.b. Wrenches, including adjustable, pipe, end, and socket wrenches can be used when jaws are sprung to thepoint that slippage occurs.c. Impact tools, such as drift pins, wedges, and chisels, shall be kept free of mushroomed heads.d. The wooden handles of tools shall be kept free of splinters or cracks and shall be

29 CFR 1926 (continued)69. 29 CFR 1926, Subpart C, 1926.34 (b)Exits shall be marked by a readily visible sign. Access to exits shall be marked by readily visible signs inall cases where

API 1169, Section 7.14.2 Inspectors should ignore the water, rocks, hard clods, roots, or other debris in the di

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