See 10 examples of subject/verb agreement, along with explanations of what makes the sentences correct. This can also be used as a quiz or self-check. Ideal for English language learners.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:30 am ad1c9bdddf
Directions: Write down your answer for each on a sheet of scratch paper. When finished, check your answers. The answers are found at the bottom of this practice quiz.
1) Which of these is correct?
a) The cat drinks milk from a big red bowl.
b) The cat drink milk from a big red bowl.
2) Which of these is correct?
a) The neighbors are building a new house.
b) The neighbors is building a new house.
3) Which of these is correct?
a) A college student are more likely to achieve a higher income than someone who did not attend college.
b) A college student is more likely to achieve a higher income than someone who did not attend college.
4) Which of these is correct?
a) The stain on ...
See 10 examples of subject/verb agreement, along with explanations of what makes the sentences correct. This can also be used as a quiz or self-check. Ideal for English language learners.
The relationship between ergonomics and a hazard analysis
What is the relationship between ergonomics and a hazard analysis?
"Ergonomics has emerged to become a major element in the practice of safety" (Wyman, 2000). As is frequently the practice, hazard analyses are taken into consideration "in the design concept, design and engineering decisions and in process reviews." (Wyman, 2000). Both go hand in hand and rely on one another to continue making changes in the safety environment. Ergonomics is based on repetitive movements and the equipment we use that plays a part in these ergonomics. For example, someone who consistently looks down at a computer screen could begin to have issues in their neck or shoulders or have frequent headaches. Ergonomics plays a part by determining the right eye level this person should be looking at the computer screen and making adjustments in the height of the screen, desk, chair, etc. The hazard analysis is an analysis of several of these cases to determine how the hazards can be corrected to prevent future injuries to the employee. These analyses can also prevent other hazards that may have not been identified in the original analysis, such as lighting when viewing the computer screen that could be contributing to the headaches.
Wyman, J. (2000). Safety and the security professional. Boston, MA: Butterworth-HeinemannView Full Posting Details