Pcol 2 - Prelims

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Latex Gloves

Minimal accepted but not chemically resistant, only non-infective and inert chemicals should be handled (Gloves)

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Nitrile Gloves

Are more preferred and chemically resistant (Gloves)

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Nitrile Heavy Use Reusable Gloves

Can be reused with proper decontamination (Gloves)

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Leather Work Gloves

Used in handling small lab animals (Gloves)

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Cut Resistant Kevlar Gloves

Used frequently in handling blades and sharps (Gloves)

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Hexarmor Needle or Cut Resistant Gloves

For heavy use of syringes and needles (Gloves)

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Extended (Long) Cuff Nitrile Exam Gloves

Used when lab gown is short-sleeved to protect the forearm (Gloves)

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Standard White Lab Coat

  • Used in the academic setting

  • Prone to contamination due to the button-down front position

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Tie in Back Isolation Gown

  • Can be used laboratory procedures wherein the rest of contamination does not involve surrounding environment

    • Specifically for aerosolized microorganism

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Disposable, Tyvek Coverall

Used when contamination does involve surrounding environment

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Sleeve Protector

Only used when the coat is short-sleeved

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Lab Apron

  • Not used in laboratory procedures

  • Commonly used in cleaning apparatus or maintenance cleaning

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Hair Cover

Does not offer protection but prevents contamination

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Scrubs

  • Not laboratory gowns but worn under laboratory gowns

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Steel Toed Work Boots and Rubber Boots

Used specifically in laboratory animals (pigs, cattle, monkeys)

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Crocs, Clogs

Can be used as long as there no holes

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Shoe Covers

Does not really offer protection but is used to prevent cross contamination

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Surgical Face Mask

Minimum requirement to prevent inhalation of small splashes

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Surgical Mask with Acetate Faceshield

Used for procedures with heavy splashes

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Safety Glasses/Goggles

Used when there are involvement of infectious substance and corrosive chemicals

  • If face shields are not available

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Half-Face Air Purifying Respirator

Used when handling toxic chemicals or poisonous gases

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Full-face Air Purifying Respirator

With face shield if chemicals or substances that has danger to the eyes due to toxic fumes

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Powered-air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)

Reserved in infective agents that are aerosolized

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N95 Respirators

Has the capability to filter 95% of particulate matter in air

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Material hazard

Dandruff is classified under:

  • Physical hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

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Tie in back isolation gown

Minimum standard for body protection when procedures cause splashing

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Disposable coverall

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

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Physical hazard

Radiation inside the laboratory is classified under this type of hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Activity hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Procedure hazard

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Chemical fume hood

Minimum requirements for laboratories

  • BSC

  • Isolation hood

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Clean bench

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Leather gloves

Type of gloves that is the minimum standard for handling laboratory animals

  • Nitrile gloves

  • Leather gloves

  • Latex gloves

  • Vinyl gloves

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Leather gloves

Preferred type of gloves to prevent animal bites

  • Nitrile gloves

  • Leather gloves

  • Latex gloves

  • Vinyl gloves

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Lab apron

Used only in cleaning disinfected apparatus

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Disposable coverall

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

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BSL 4

Indigenous or toxic agents that may cause death or transmission through aerosol inhalation is worked on

  • BSL 1

  • BSL 4

  • BSL 2

  • BSL 3

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BSL 3

Indigenous or exotic agents that may cause death or transmission through droplet inhalation is worked on

  • BSL 1

  • BSL 4

  • BSL 2

  • BSL 3

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Physical hazard

Unmaintained electrical outlets are a form of

  • Physical hazard

  • Activity hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Procedure hazard

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Surgical face mask

Minimum standard in performing laboratory procedures

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

  • N95 respirator

  • Surgical face mask

  • Air purifying respirator

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Surgical face mask

Use when there’s a risk of droplet transmission or minimal splashes

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

  • N95 respirator

  • Surgical face mask

  • Air purifying respirator

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Chemical fume hood

Disinfectant preparation is performed using

  • BSC

  • Isolation hood

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Clean bench

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Tie in back isolation gown

Minimum standard for body protection when working on pathogenic strain

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Disposable coverall

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

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Material hazard

Aerosolized microorganisms as a result of centrifugation are classified under this hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

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Air purifying respirator

One of the following choices that can be used in events of toxic gas spills

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

  • N95 respirator

  • Surgical face mask

  • Air purifying respirator

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Hazard

Entity that will likely cause damage or harm

  • Threat

  • Hazard

  • Consequence

  • Likelihood

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Likelihood

Probability that a given agent can cause harm

  • Threat

  • Hazard

  • Consequence

  • Likelihood

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Activity hazard

Contamination due to improper doffing of PPE is classified under this hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

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Chemical fume hood

Volatile chemicals are processed using

  • BSC

  • Isolation hood

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Clean bench

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Lab Apron

All of the following are used for body protection during conduct of laboratory procedures, except

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Disposable coverall

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

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WHO Risk Group 4

Pathogens causing high individual and community risk

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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WHO Risk Group 3

Pathogens causing high individual risk but low community risk

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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BSC

Unknown samples are best opened using

  • BSC

  • Isolation hood

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Clean bench

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Latex gloves

Used in handling inert chemicals

  • Nitrile gloves

  • Vinyl gloves

  • Leather gloves

  • Latex gloves

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Physical hazard

Air quality inside the laboratory is classified under this type of hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Activity hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Material hazard

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WHO Risk Group 4

Pathogens currently without effective treatment or prophylaxis are classified under

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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Disposable coverall

Minimum standard on body protection for agents in WHO Risk Group 3 or 4

  • Front buttoned lab coat

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Lab apron

  • Disposable coverall

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WHO Risk Group 2

Microorganisms with limited spread of infection are placed under this classification

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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BSL 1

Well-characterized non-pathogenic microorganisms are worked on

  • BSL 1

  • BSL 4

  • BSL 2

  • BSL 3

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Surgical face mask

Minimal requirement when handling Covid-19 samples

  • Surgical face mask

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

  • Air purifying respirator

  • N95 respirator

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Nitrile gloves

Type of gloves that is minimum standard for handling chemical agents

  • Nitrile gloves

  • Latex gloves

  • Leather gloves

  • Vinyl gloves

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Activity hazard

Moving equipment inside the laboratory is classified under this hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

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BSC

Preparation of culture media is best performed using

  • BSC

  • Clean bench

  • Isolation hood

  • Chemical fume hoof

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BSC

Inoculation of culture media is best performed using

  • BSC

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Isolation hood

  • Clean bench

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Air purifying respirator

All of the following can be used in aerosolized microorganisms, except

  • N95

  • Surgical face mask

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

  • Air purifying respirator

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Clean bench

Preparation of natural drug sample for administration is best performed in

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Clean bench

  • Isolation hood

  • BSC

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Material hazard

Radioactive isotopes are classified under this hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Physical hazard

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WHO Risk Group 2

Laboratory grown strain of pathogenic microorganisms can fall under this classification

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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Activity hazard

Disinfection to waste materials can result to this type of hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Activity hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Procedure hazard

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WHO Risk Group 3

Pathogens causing serious individual disease but does NOT ordinarily spread in the community

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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Front buttoned lab coat

Type of body PPE used in the academic settings

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

  • Disposable coverall

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Threat

An entity which has potential to cause harm or damage

  • Threat

  • Consequence

  • Likelihood

  • Hazard

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Surgical face mask

Minimum standard requirement in clinical environments

  • N95

  • Surgical face mask

  • Air purifying respirator

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

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Air purifying respirator

Used in handling toxic gases

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

  • N95 respirator

  • Surgical face mask

  • Air purifying respirator

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Disposable coverall

Minimum standard for agents that can cause damage when aerosolized

  • Front buttoned lab coat

  • Lab apron

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Disposable coverall

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BSL 2

Manipulation of microbial agents of moderate potential to personnel and the environment is done on

  • BSL 1

  • BSL 2

  • BSL 3

  • BSL 4

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Tie in back isolation gown

Minimum standard for body protection when working on pathogenic strains

  • Lab apron

  • Disposable coverall

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Front buttoned lab coat

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WHO Risk Group 1

Non-pathogenic microorganisms fall under this classification

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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Front buttoned lab coat

Body protector used in laboratories handling no or minimal risks

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

  • Disposable coverall

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Physical hazard

Ergonomics is classified under this type of hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Activity hazard

  • Material hazard

  • Procedure hazard

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WHO Risk Group 4

Pathogens that usually causes serious human and animal disease that can be readily transmitted

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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Powered air-purifying respirator

Used in handling aerosolized microorganisms under the WHO Risk Group 4

  • Surgical face mask

  • N95 respirator

  • Air purifying respiration

  • Powered air-purifying respirator

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Material hazard

Neurotoxins are classified as

  • Material hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

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Clean bench

Sterile chemical preparation is performed using

  • Clean bench

  • BSC

  • Chemical fume hood

  • Isolation hood

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Consequence

The extent of harm caused by a given agent

  • Consequence

  • Threat

  • Hazard

  • Likelihood

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Material hazard

Prions are classified as

  • Material hazard

  • Physical hazard

  • Procedure hazard

  • Activity hazard

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WHO Risk Group 2

Microorganisms that cause moderate individual risk or low community risk fall under this classification

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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WHO Risk Group 2

Pathogenic strains that can cause human or animal disease but unlikely to cause serious harm

  • WHO Risk Group 1

  • WHO Risk Group 2

  • WHO Risk Group 3

  • WHO Risk Group 4

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Front buttoned lab coat

Minimum standard body protector in handling chemicals and microbiological agents

  • Tie in back isolation gown

  • Lab apron

  • Front buttoned lab coat

  • Disposable coverall

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Nitrile gloves

Type of gloves that is minimum standard for handling microorganisms

  • Nitrile gloves

  • Latex gloves

  • Leather gloves

  • Vinyl gloves

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Vinyl gloves

All of the following may be used in the laboratory, except

  • Vinyl gloves

  • Leather gloves

  • Nitrile gloves

  • Latex gloves s

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Inclusion in infectious trash

Soiled beddings of animals can be disposed via

  • Burial

  • Inclusion in infectious trash

  • Cremation

  • Inclusion in general trash

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Carbon dioxide chamber

Method of euthanasia that may be used for a large number of animals at one time

  • Carbon dioxide chamber

  • Cranial concussion

  • Cervical dislocation

  • Barbiturate

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Quarantine

Service area in the animal facility used to hold wastes prior to disposal

  • Storage

  • Laboratory

  • Quarantine

  • Washing

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Carbon dioxide chamber

Preferred method of euthanasia for rodents

  • Carbon dioxide chamber

  • Cranial concussion

  • Cervical dislocation

  • Barbiturate

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Laboratory

Service area in the animal facility wherein pathological work is conducted

  • Storage

  • Laboratory

  • Quarantine

  • Washing

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Cremation

Preferred method of animal disposal

  • Burial

  • Inclusion in infectious trash

  • Cremation

  • Inclusion in general trash

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Oral

Safest method to administer drugs for systemic effects to lab animals or mice

  • Pedal

  • Intravenous

  • Oral

  • Intra-peritoneal

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Cremation

Disposal of autoclaved animals can be performed by:

  • Burial

  • Inclusion in infectious trash

  • Cremation

  • Inclusion in general trash

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Veterinarian

Primary person responsible for the animal well-being

  • Veterinarian

  • Investigators

  • Director

  • Caretakers

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Pedal

Administration site of inflammatory agent used on mice or rats in the determination of anti-inflammatory property

  • Pedal

  • Intravenous

  • Oral

  • Intra-peritoneal

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Director

Primary person responsible for animal facility protocols and procedures

  • Veterinarian

  • Investigators

  • Director

  • Caretakers

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Posterior vena cava

The site of blood collection among the following that allows maximum volume

  • Posterior vena cava

  • Saphenous vein

  • Orbital sinus

  • Dorsal pedal vein

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Decapitation

Method of euthanasia that involves the complete removal of the head of the animal

  • Chloral hydrate

  • Decapitation

  • Exsanguination

  • Air by IV route

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Inclusion in general trash

Disposal of animals that may be hindered by local news

  • Burial

  • Inclusion in infectious trash

  • Cremation

  • Inclusion in general trash

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