Safety Trivia Questions
Teaching the answers to safety trivia questions is a great way to give children and adults the knowledge they need to stay safe, whether they are at home, at school, or traveling. Safety trivia is also interesting to learn from the perspective of adding to one's general knowledge.
Examples of Safety Trivia Questions for Children
What might happen if you stand up on a school bus while it is moving?
You could fall and injure yourself. When you get to your destination, you should stay seated until the bus comes to a complete stop.
In a situation where you need to cross the street after getting off the bus, what should you do?
You should count out 10 large steps so that you get far enough out in front of the bus that the driver can see you. Then wait for the driver to signal that you should cross the street. Walk instead of running. You don't want to trip and fall.
If another student is hitting or threatening you on the bus, where can you go for help?
Tell the bus driver about the situation. The driver is in charge of the students while they are traveling on the bus, and he or she will be able to deal with it.
Examples of General Safety Trivia Questions
When a person has been electrocuted, is it safe to touch them?
No, it is not safe to touch an individual who has been electrocuted. If you do, you may receive a shock too. Turn off the power or unplug the item before you try to help the victim.
What does natural gas smell like? What should I do if I smell a gas leak?
Natural gas is odorless and colorless. When it is processed, an aroma is added so that it smells very similar to rotten eggs. If you smell gas in your home, open the windows to let in some fresh air. Don't stop to turn off electric appliances in the home before leaving; this could start a fire. Call the fire department and the gas company from your cell phone or a neighbor's home to report the leak.
Why can birds safely sit on wires that would kill a person if they were touched?
The reason why birds can sit on hydro wires safely is that they are not touching either the ground or any grounded object.
Can the human body conduct electricity?
Yes, the human body can conduct electricity. Electricity, which travels at the speed of light (186,300 miles per second), can also be conducted by metal or trees.
In the first fatal air crash in history, who was piloting the plane?
The first fatal airplane accident occurred on September 17, 1908 and the plane was being piloted by Orville Wright. While in flight, the craft's propellor broke, and the plane fell 150 feet to the ground. Wright's hips and legs were fractured in the crash, but he survived. A member of the U.S. Signal Corps, Lieutenant Thomas E. Selfridge, who was on board the aircraft, was killed.
What spice is not available in prisons, because it can be used as a weapon?
The answer to this question is pepper. Since it is considered a weapon when thrown in someone's eyes, it is usually banned in these institutions.