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Title: Safety


1
Safety
2

What is an Accident?
  • An unplanned event that may or may not result in
    an injury

3
CAUSES OF ACCIDENTS
  • 80 of accidents are caused by human error.
  • 20 of accidents are caused by unsafe conditions
    in the surroundings.

4
Safety
  • Over 2 Million people are injured at work each
    year and 11,500 die from their injuries
  • ½ of all work accidents are caused by
    carelessness, improper use of equipment or lack
    of safety gear.
  • Injuries today can plague you for the rest of
    your life! Think about it.

5
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • Develop a safe attitude
  • A safe worker thinks about safety and then acts
    on it.
  • Dont get caught after the fact saying I just
    wasnt thinking.
  • Never act without considering the safest way to
    complete the task.

6
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 2. Stop, look and listen
  • Be aware of your surroundings. What do you see
    and hear?
  • What machines are in use, is someone working
    behind you?
  • Look before you turn!

7
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 3. Take the time to do it right.
  • Those who take pride in their jobs are usually
    safer than those who rush.
  • Select the right tool for the job and use it
    properly.
  • Its not worth the risk of injury to rush!

8
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 4. Keep tools and equipment in good working
    order.
  • If a tool is not working right its dangerous!
  • If there is any concern or evidence that a tool
    is damaged or not functioning properly, let Mrs.
    Johnson know IMMEDIATELY.

9
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 5. Keep your work area clean and neat
  • Think about trip hazards
  • Think about knives hidden under rags and other
    tools
  • Clean away any and all messes that you make.

10
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 6. Anticipate problems before they occur
  • If you see a potentially dangerous situation do
    something about it!
  • Dont wait until somebody gets hurt
  • Dont wait to be asked to fix a dangerous
    situation . Take initiative.
  • The person you save from injury may be you

11
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 7. Dress for the job
  • Always wear the right safety equipment
  • Always wear protective eyewear!!!!
  • Wear appropriate clothing
  • No open toed shoes
  • Tie back long hair
  • No loose sleeves or jewelry that snag and pull
    you in
  • Keep pants and shirts at the right length

12
8 Guidelines for Safety
  • 8. Follow the Rules
  • Most accidents can be avoided if everyone follows
    the rules.
  • Horseplay can put you and others in danger.
  • Horseplay will always result in a ZERO for the
    entire unit!!!! Dont do it!
  • No food or drink of any kind in the materials
    lab.
  • Never use tools until you have been instructed to
    do so and tested on their use.

13
Hand Tool Safety
  • Hand Tools

Most common tools used in this lab.
14
Hand Tool Safety
  • Examples
  • Scissors
  • Easy Cutters
  • Utility knives

15
Hand Tool Safety
  • Keep clean and in good condition (before and
    after use)
  • Use tools that are in good condition
  • Use for designed purpose
  • Use properly
  • Safety goggles
  • Keep cutting tools sharp
  • Carry sharp/pointed tools with point down and
    away

16
Hand Tool Safety
  • Scissors
  • Treat with respect.
  • Use properly.
  • If they break or are broken inform instructor
    immediately.

17
Hand Tool Safety
  • Easy Cutters
  • Scissor like tool with razor sharp blade and
    plate for precision measuring
  • Use with eye protection
  • Keep safety on when not in use.

18
Hand Tool Safety
  • Utility knives
  • Retractable razor blade for cutting cardboard and
    wood material
  • Use with eye protection when cutting wood strips
  • Keep blade in when not in use.
  • Pull toward self, with hand over the top

19
Electrical Tool Safety
  • Glue Guns
  • Treat with respect. Glue is hot and will cause
    blisters.
  • Use properly, protect counters and table tops.
  • Unplug from the plug, not the cord.

20
Power Tool Safety
  • Power Tools

21
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools

Cutting tools Rotary motion Drills
Spade bit for boring rough holes in wood
Brad Point drill bit for precision hole cutting
Carbide Masonry bit drilling in concrete or
masonry
High speed steel drilling metal
22
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools

Cutting tools Rotary motion Drills
Milling tools
Milling bit - precision facing of metals
Fortsner drill bit - precision hole drilling
23
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Cutting tools In line - Band saw
Fence
Saw Blade
Miter Guide
24
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Band saw blade moves in one direction
25
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Cutting tools In line saw Jig saw and
reciprocating saw
Blade
26
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Cutting tools Circular saw - Skill used
in house framing work
Blade
Course cut
Fine, finishing cut
27
Power Tool Safety
Cutting tools Table Saw permanently
mounted blade with a table support
28
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Cutting tools Circular saw - Skill used
in house framing work
Corded
Cordless
Blade Guard
29
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Fastening Tools Usually pneumatic (air
powered) Staple gun - uses u shaped
staples Nail gun fastens brads to 16d nails
Airline
30
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Support tools Air Compressor -
Airline
31
Power Tool Safety
  • Types of Power Tools cont.

Support tools Dust collection-
Dust Intake
Collection Bag
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