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1. Two immunizations routinely required before Environmental Health Responders deploy are Hepatitis B and which of the following?
 A. Polio
 B. Tetanus
 C. Alzheimer's
 D. Anthrax


2. Environmental Health’s main responsibility in the area of food safety is to reduce the risk of foodborne illness.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


3. Environmental Health Responders may be asked to assist with which of the following rodent-control activities?
 A. Provide technical information and guidance on rodent control
 B. None of the above
 C. Supervise rodent control activities
 D. All of the above
 E. Be directly involved in rodent control measures


4. Environmental Health Responders are not required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) to prevent contaminants from entering the body
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


5. The symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure include headache, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, or vomiting.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


6. During a disaster response, Environmental Health Responders may overseeing alternative holding (containment), treatment and disposal of wastewater at emergency shelters, mass feeding centers, and other facilities
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


7. During a disaster response, Environmental Health Responders may test surface water and drinking water for potential wastewater contamination
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


8. Which of the following are pathways for hazardous materials to enter the body?
 A. Ingestion through eating or drinking contaminated food or beverages, or eating and drinking when hands are contaminated
 B. All of the above
 C. Absorption through contact with the skin, eyes, nose, or mouth by direct contact
 D. Injection directly into the bloodstream (injection may occur through injury from sharp items or debris)
 E. Inhalation through the respiratory tract by breathing


9. When ensuring safe water, an Environmental Responder may collect water samples and interpreting results
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


10. Environmental Health Responders may be involved in activities including assessing, managing, or restoring key health, social service, and housing functions related to food, water, shelter, wastewater, hygiene, and other health-related concerns.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


11. Foxes, raccoons, skunks, dogs, and other animals may also carry diseases such as rabies
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


12. When asked to be a part of the building assessment team during a disaster recovery, Environmental Health Responders may require special training for which of the following?
 A. All of the above
 B. Use of field equipment
 C. None of the above
 D. Evaluation of Asbestos, lead, and other contaminants


13. Environmental Health roles and responsibilities in an emergency or disaster generally will be associated with one or more of the following: food and water safety; ensuring safe and healthy building environments; vector control and pest management; ensuring the safety and health of shelter occupants; and waste management and disposal.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


14. When ensuring safe water, an Environmental Responder may provide accurate and consistent water safety information and guidance to both the public and emergency responders
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


15. Post-disaster building assessments are best conducted in teams of two or more people.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


16. During immediate response operations, Environmental Health Responders may be asked to provide technical expertise and support solid waste and debris collection personnel by identifying and addressing public health and safety hazards.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


17. When conducting operational assessments of shelters, Environmental Health Responders may inspect which of the following
 A. Recreational activities, social functions, and sporting events
 B. Grounds keeping, taste of food, variety of beverage selections
 C. Food Safety, Water, Safety, and Sanitation
 D. Food Safety, Water, Safety, and entertainment


18. After a radiation event, Environmental Health Responders may be asked to assist with population monitoring activities, such as screening for radiation contamination and/or exposure
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


19. Environmental Health Responders may be asked to assess, report, and make recommendations on the environmental health and safety of a shelter, from the time the need for a shelter is identified until the shelter closes
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


20. Environmental Health Responders may be requested to assume varying roles related to post-disaster solid waste and debris. These roles fall into three categories. These are:
 A. Assessment, Toxicology analysis, and lab analysis
 B. Assessment, Intervention, and Communication,
 C. Assessment, Communication, and Recycling


21. Environmental Health Responders may be working at which of the following times and venues
 A. Both of the above
 B. During recovery, these venues may include food service facilities, restaurants, school cafeterias, hospitals, nursing homes, and daycare centers and other places that are serving food to the public
 C. During response, these venues may include shelters, mass feeding sites, food distribution sites, and responder camps


22. The primary role of Environmental Health Responders in radiation incidents is to protect human life, property, and the environment.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


23. Environmental Health Responders work with other members of the assessment team to first determine which of the following?
 A. Types of hazards that may be in and around the building
 B. All of the above
 C. Whether or not the building is safe to enter
 D. The condition of utilities in or around the building
 E. Safety of the building exterior


24. Environmental Health Responders may support Emergency Support Functions (EFS) 14, Long-Term Community Recovery as prescribed in the National Response Framework
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


25. Environmental Responders should assess mass feeding sites before they become operational, when possible.
 A. TRUE
 B. FALSE


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