Create an Account

Already have account?

Forgot Your Password ?

Home / Questions / Employers concerned with employee exposure to workplace substances have implemented a numb

Employers concerned with employee exposure to workplace substances have implemented a numb

Employers concerned with employee exposure to workplace substances have implemented a number of strategies over the years to protect employees. ________ is one type of effort to identify employees susceptible to specific occupational substances.

A) Genetic testing

B) Fetal testing

C) Haz-Map

D) GINA

85) GINA prohibits employers from discriminating against employees based on:

A) toxicity levels.

B) noise exposure.

C) genetic information.

D) hazard exposure.

86) State workers' compensation laws have no mandates or safety regulations, but do give employers a financial incentive to create safe working environments. Employers with lots of accidents pay higher workers' compensation insurance costs.

87) In 2012, 1,080 homicides happened on the job.

88) Employees who have HIV or AIDS are not protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

89) Although employers are not allowed to ask a job candidate's HIV status, employers are able to test individuals for HIV after making a job offer.

90) The number of workplace homicides increased significantly between 2008 and 2009.

91) Most corporate sabotage is committed by disgruntled former employees.

92) Under negligible hiring laws, employers can be held responsible for their employees' violent acts on the job.

93) Employees who are exposed to an average of 85 decibels of noise or more should receive free hearing protection from their employers.

Dec 12 2019 View more View Less

Answer (UnSolved)

question Get Solution

Related Questions