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Avoiding Negligence
You'll need to correctly answer at least 5 of the 6 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: Negligence is:
Question #2: The MOST effective way to avoid being sued for negligence is to:
Question #3: Examples of safety issues for the training area and training equipment are:
Question #4: The safety of the training techniques is important for avoiding negligence. All the following are training safety issues EXCEPT:
Question #5: "Mitigate" means "to make less harsh or hostile." If a student is injured, he is legally required to mitigate his injuries. All of the following are examples of mitigation EXCEPT:
Question #6: If the “Best defense is a good defense,” when a serious accident occurs, you SHOULD: