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Evaluation for Blind Spots and Peripheral Vision

Evaluation for Blind Spots and Peripheral Vision

1. What impacts the rear visibility of a person sitting in a tractor cab?

A. Operator's height

B. Whether or not the tractor has a cab

C. Sun/glare

D. If the person is sight-impaired

E. All of the above

2. What is the most common type of incident that occurs on the farm related to reduce peripheral vision?

A. Tractor rollover

B. Tractor runover

C. Crush injury

D. Power-take off entanglement

3. What is the normal maximum field of vision for most people?

A. 90 degrees

B. 200 degrees

C. 240 degrees

D. 300 degrees

4. How effective was this demonstration in helping you to understand the existence of blind spots in your peripheral vision?

Not very effective

Somewhat effective

Moderately effective

Very effective

Not sure

5. As a result of this demonstration, how likely are you to look more closely to your surroundings when operating a vehicle or equipment?

Not very likely

Somewhat likely

Moderately likely

Very likely

Not sure

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