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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

EMS QUIZ
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E M S Quiz


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EMS stands for:
Emergency Medical Service
Environmental Media Service
Environmental Management System
Eastern Mountain Sports

EMS is a value-added component to existing environmental programs.
True
False

Environmental aspects and environmental impacts exist in a “Cause and Effect” relationship with eachother
True
False

Choose correct examples of an environmental aspect:
Use of hazardous chemicals
Fish production
Surfing the internet at work
Pesticide Application
Turning up the thermostat

Choose correct examples of an environmental impacts:
Generation of chemicals waste
Degradation of soil & water quality
Dealing with email spams

Aspects can be regulated or unregulated
True
False

Choosing which aspects to focus on can change year to year
True
False

Once environmental aspects are identified and ranked according to importance, objectives and targets is the what-and-how part of EMS
True
False
     

Choose correct examples of an environmental objectives:
Reduce energy consumption
Reduce the volumn of solid radioactive waste
Reduce the amount of time people take breaks
Reduce paper use
Reduce environmental impacts of brood stock building construction

NOTE When finished, print out a copy and return it to your Safety Officer. Or...

Pick your work location:
New York: Ithaca & Geneva
Maine: Orono, Presque Isle, & Franklin
Pennsylvania: University Park
West Virginia: Beaver
West Virginia: Kearneysville, Leetown

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Last Modified: 2/2/2010
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