These are the most important questions that can be asked in an interview.
Q#1: What is a Work Method statement?
Ans: It is submitted by way of the contractor to the client, masking the prevalent work
the procedure of a specific job in a protected manner as per required standard.
Q#2: What is the use of W.M.S (Work Method Statement)?
Ans: We can plan and execute the work effortlessly and safely. It also helps to know the
codes and standards used for every activity.
Q#3: What is a JSA and what is its use?
Ans: Job Safety Analysis is the step-by-step evaluation of a job to determine the safe
working procedure. It includes the following steps.
A) Watch the job being done.
B) Break the job down into steps.
C) Describe the risks in every step of the task.
D) Identify the favored management measures and.
E) Implement these countermeasures in the job execution.
Q#4: What is Work Permit?
Ans: A work permit is the written report authorizing a person or a crew to
Perform maintenance, inspection, or development work
Q#5: What is confined space?
Ans: A constrained area has restricted or restricted capacity for entry or exit, and it is not
designed for non-stop worker occupancy, which difficulty to the risks like
deficiency of oxygen, poisonous or flammable gases or substances, dirt, etc.
Q#6: In what occasions a restricted space work permit can be issued?
Ans: If proper ventilated, gas test readings are satisfactory, good barricaded
and warning signs are posted, educated stand by using a man is present with a log sheet, sufficient
lighting and low voltage electrical energy (24V – 110v), the appropriate skill of communication,
locked and tagged out if necessary, lifeline and man retrieval gadget if necessary, etc.
Q#7: Who is the limited house attendant?
Ans: He is one who is aware of the limited area risks and be aware of how to react if
any element goes wrong, capable to keep confined space entry log sheet, etc.
Q#8: What are the dangers in a confined space?
Ans: Oxygen deficiency or enrichment, gives off toxic or flammable gases, chemical
hazards, fireplace hazard, fall of materials, fall hazard electrocution, dust, sound, warmness or
cold, caught in between transferring components of equipment, engulfment, etc.
Q#9: What are the duties of a limited space attendant?
He is responsible for the protection of entrants, should be existing on every occasion people
are working in constrained space, Maintain up to date entry log sheet, maintain continues
communication with entrants and screen stipulations in the limited space to ensure a
safe working atmosphere, Prevent unauthorized entry of personnel, initiate alarm for
help if needed, evacuate the entrants if conditions are now not fulfilling or in case of any
general evacuation is initiated, contact rescue personnel if necessary, etc.
Q#10: Give some examples of constrained space?
Ans: Pipes, Vessels, Tanks, Boilers and Tube areas, Silos, Trenches and excavations
deeper than four feet, Sludge pits, Ductworks, and so on.
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