The Action Level!® Quiz - Volume 13 No 6 - June 2016

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Development of the Chemical Exposure Monitor with Indoor Positioning (CEMWIP) for Workplace VOC Surveys

K.K. Brown, P.B. Shaw, K.R. Mead, R.J. Kovein, R.T. Voorhees, and A.R. Brandes

1. In the NIOSH CEMWIP direct reading method prototype, what electromagnetic radiation was used to measure the indoor location of the sensor in real-time?




2. In the NIOSH CEMWIP direct reading method prototype, what unique contribution did the method make to Direct Reading Method (DRM) exposure methods?




Ultraviolet Safety Assessments of Insect Light Traps

David H. Sliney, David W. Gilbert, II, and Terry Lyon

3. Which of the following labels is most appropriate for Insect Light Traps (ILTs)?



4. Most insect light traps used in food processing plants and the pharmaceutical industry emit radiant energy in the:



Musculoskeletal Symptoms and Associated Risk Factors among African Hair Braiders

Oumy Sy and Margaret L. Phillips

5. African hair braiders in Texas and Oklahoma reported a low prevalence of musculoskeletal discomfort in what body segment?



6. What is a typical amount of time needed per customer to perform an African braiding style?


Measurement of Macrocyclic Trichothecene in Floor Dust of Water-damaged Buildings Using Gas Chromatography/Tandem Mass Spectrometry – Dust Matrix Effects

Rena Saito, Ju-Hyeong Park, Ryan LeBouf, Brett J. Green, and Yeonmi Park

7. Which of the following is NOT a metabolite of fungus Stachybotrys chartarum?



8. Which of the following is the most effective strategy to compensate matrix effects in the sample analysis using GC/MSMS?



Occupational Physical Activity Assessment for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management: A Review of Methods for Both Occupational Health Practitioners and Researchers

Kenneth A. Scott and Raymond C. Browning

9. Select the statement below that is MOST correct.



10. There is no gold standard for measuring free-living physical activity. True or False?

Assessment of Exposure to Pesticides during Mixing/Loading and Spraying of Tomatoes in the Open Field

Maria Cristina Aprea, Anna Bosi, Michele Manara, Barbara Mazzocchi, Alessandra Pompini, Francesca Sormani, Liana Lunghini, and Gianfranco Sciarra

11. The hands of workers were contaminated after spraying of tomatoes with pendimethalin. True or False?

12. Airborne metribuzin in the form of aerosol is a source of inhalatory and skin exposure during mixing/loading and spraying in the open field. True or False?

Assessment of Noise Exposure for Basketball Sports Referees

Massimiliano Masullo, Paolo Lenzuni, Luigi Maffei, Pietro Nataletti, Giuseppe Ciaburro, Diego Annesi, and Antonio Moschetto

13. The methodology for comparison with occupational noise exposures is straightforward, not requiring adjustment of measured results. True or False?

14. With correction factors in place, which one of the following conclusions is most applicable for weekly noise exposure levels?



Efficiency of Five Chemical Protective Clothing Materials against Nano and Submicron Aerosols When Submitted to Mechanical Deformations

Mehdi Ben Salah, Stéphane Hallé, and Ludovic Tuduri

15. Across categories of woven and nonwoven fabrics penetration could vary from 1 to 50%. True or False?

16. To date these experiments have not documented mechanical deformation as a major penetration variable. True or False?



Deadline for answers is June 30, 2016.

Answers will be available online on July 15, 2016.