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Saudi Elastomers Project

Written Assessment
Evaluation Test - Man lift Operator

Employee Details

Name:
姓名:

Iqama Number:
ID Badge No:

Contractor Name:

Date:

Passed
Score: Result:
Failed
Time allowed : 30 min Evaluation Scoring Sheet
Note:
(i) Answer the questions Each Question carries 4 marks.
4 8 12

16 20 24
(ii) Answer the questions carefully reading the text.
30 34 38
(iii) Passing / Qualifying in the assessment - 80 Marks
42 46 50
(v) Maximum marks 100
54 58 62

66 70 74

78 82 86

90 92 96

100

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Saudi Elastomers Project
Written Assessment
Evaluation Test - Man lift Operator
1. What is the purpose of using man lift?
a) Man Lifts are a better way to reach overhead areas and are safer than ladders
b) Finish the job early
c) There no purpose to use man lift
d) None of the above
2. In case of any emergency situation operator should use which operating switch
a) Horn
b) Auxiliary power switch
c) Emergency stop switch
d) None of the above
3. During Emergency what the operator should do?
a) Switch off the engine
b) Park the vehicle in safe location
c) Leave the key inside the vehicle
d) Proceed to assembly point
e) All of the above
4. While climbing on always maintain ________ contact
a) Three point contact
b) Two point contact
c) No need to have a contact
d) None of the above
5. Failure to comply with the safety precautions listed in the manufacturers manual
could result in _______________
a) Machine damage, property damage, personal injury or death
b) Only machine damage
c) Only property damage
d) None of the above
6. Before You Start your Vehicle?
a) Walk around the vehicle
b) Check light and indicators for damage
c) No loose items should be place on the platform
d) All of the above
7. Which of the following are included in maximum load
a) Personnel, Material &Tools.
b) Only personnel
c) Materials & tools
d) None of the above

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Saudi Elastomers Project
Written Assessment
Evaluation Test - Man lift Operator
8. Employees shall not stand or sit on top of the edge of the basket or on ladders placed
in the basket. Employees’ feet shall be on the floor the entire time that he is in the
basket.
a) True
b) False
9. The operating and maintenance instruction manuals issued by the manufacturer must
be followed.
a) True
b) False
10. Aerial lifts shall not be “field modified” unless the modifications are certified by the
manufacturer.
a) True
b) False
11. Once the structure is position at the place of installation then man lift is allowed to
enter in “the roped off area “
a) True
b) False
12. What work habit will help prevent injury to both the aboveground worker and those
below him?
a) Keep tools organized and away from edges to prevent tripping and kicking them
over the edge.
b) Doesn’t Matter where ever you work
c) Never mine
d) None of the above
13. Operator should know the type of signal of his flagman & develop team work during
operation?
a) True
b) False
14. Operator should not allow his flagman stay in the blind spot his equipment.
a) True
b) False
15. Do not refuel the machine with engine running mode.
a) True
b) False
16. Conduct workplace inspection Check for all other hazards exists in the surroundings.
Do not operate unless corrected or controlled to an acceptable level of risk
a) True
b) False

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Saudi Elastomers Project
Written Assessment
Evaluation Test - Man lift Operator
17. During the Lifting activity area must “roped off” by using Red & white barricade
a) True
b) False
18. Employees shall not belt to an adjacent pole or structure. When working from an
aerial lift, a harness will be worn and a lanyard attached to the boom.
a) True
b) False
19. The operator must always face in the direction in which the basket is moving and he
must be able to see that the path of the boom or basket is clear when it is being
moved.
a) True
b) False
20. Vehicle or Equipment shall not block fire hydrants or any Emergency equipment’s
a) True
b) False

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Saudi Elastomers Project
Written Assessment
Evaluation Test - Man lift Operator

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