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11823 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


According to the text, it is clear that the author
  • a)
    believes that labor risks cannot be reduced by team efforts and commitment.
  • b)
    expects to be kept informed of potential situations that may be dangerous.
  • c)
    considers the cooperation of workers an irrelevant measure to improve safety at work.
  • d)
    defends that corporate management is accountable for all issues regarding safety at work.
  • e)
    feels that co-workers’ suggestions are useless in identifying hazards in the work environment.

11824 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


The main purpose of the text is to
  • a)
    blame supervisors and managers who cannot use equipment safely in the office.
  • b)
    inform employees that the use of instincts is all it takes to prevent dangers at work.
  • c)
    present OSHA to American workers who had never heard about this organization.
  • d)
    argue that the acquisition of modern and safer equipment can prevent all job accidents.
  • e)
    encourage the cooperation of all employees so as to prevent dangers in the workplace.

11825 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês



‘Until I’m blue in the face’ in the fragment “I can stand in front of you and talk about working safely and what procedures to follow until I’m blue in the face.” (lines 1-3) is substituted, without change in meaning, by ‘until I


  • a)
    dismiss you’.
  • b)
    lose your attention’.
  • c)
    get breathless but cheerful’.
  • d)
    get exhausted and speechless’.
  • e)
    become discouraged and melancholic’.

11826 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


The fragment ‘all of you have to come together on this issue, or we’re in trouble.’ (lines 18-19) is understood as a(n)
  • a)
    funny joke
  • b)
    call to action
  • c)
    violent threat
  • d)
    ineffective request
  • e)
    welcome imposition

11827 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês




The expressions “Complying with” and “follow through” in the fragments “Complying with OSHA regulations isn’t always easy,” (lines 10-11) and “Then it’s up to you to follow through the task and use the equipment as you were trained.” (lines 23-24) may, respectively, be substituted, without change in meaning, by


  • a)
    accepting; quit
  • b)
    respecting; leave
  • c)
    refusing; complete
  • d)
    resisting; pursue
  • e)
    obeying; conclude

11828 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


The pronoun “those” in the sentence “Our hopes are that you won’t find too many of those around here.” (lines 32-33) refers to
  • a)
    safety responsibilities (line 28)
  • b)
    safety and health hazards (line 29)
  • c)
    extreme hazards (line 31)
  • d)
    our hopes (line 32)
  • e)
    more subtle hazards (line 34)

11829 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


According to the text, employees have several safety responsibilities at work, EXCEPT
  • a)
    understanding what constitutes a hazard.
  • b)
    using their instincts to help prevent risks.
  • c)
    avoiding obstructed spaces in the work area.
  • d)
    eliminating the use of all flammable materials.
  • e)
    correcting dangers or reporting on them to have them solved.

11830 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


The modal auxiliary in boldface conveys the idea of obligation in the fragment:
  • a)
    “Some of you may be familiar with OSHA” (line 7)
  • b)
    “we can do it.” (line 11)
  • c)
    “and will do what is necessary to prevent you from being injured.” (lines 14-15)
  • d)
    “you must first understand what constitutes a hazard.” (lines 30-31)
  • e)
    “Those obstructions could keep you from exiting the building quickly and safely” (lines 62-64)

11831 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês



Based on the meanings in the text, it is clear that
  • a)
    “sole” (line 9) and only express similar ideas.
  • b)
    “injured” (line 15) and hurt are antonyms.
  • c)
    “ensure” (line 21) and guarantee express contradictory ideas.
  • d)
    “subtle” (line 41) and obvious are synonyms.
  • e)
    “odds” (line 77) and probabilities do not have equivalent meanings.

11832 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Transpetro - Médico do Trabalho Júnior / Inglês


The expression in boldface introduces the idea of consequence in the fragment:
  • a)
    “Yet, complying with regulations is not the real reason for working safely.” (lines 12-13)
  • b)
    “In order to do that, you must first understand what constitutes a hazard.” (lines 30-31)
  • c)
    “As a result of your safety training and meetings like these, some things may come to mind.” (lines 35-37)
  • d)
    “However, if there is an unlabeled chemical container and you have no idea what it is,” (lines 53-54)
  • e)
    “While nothing we do can completely eliminate the threat of an incident,” (lines 75-76)