Platt Tech Safety in shop settings by dfhdhdhdhjr


									Connecticut Technical High School
        Exploratory Safety Program

Safety Goals
The Exploratory Safety Program will create
   an awareness of the need for following
   general trade/technology safety
Program Goals - As a result of education in the
Exploratory General Safety program in grade 9
students will:

• GOAL I: Safe work habits must be practiced in order
  to become habits.
• GOAL 1A: Following emergency protocol as it pertains
  to lockout, lock down and fire drills.
• GOAL IB: Proper storage and cleanup of Flammables,
  Chemicals, and hazardous materials and the use of
  MSDS sheets.
• GOAL II – Student Safety/Code of Conduct
• GOAL III: Know proper medical procedures to follow for
  student and staff safety including exposure control
  precautions to be taken in the event of an injury that
  occurs on school grounds or at a production job-site.
• GOAL IV - Student Introduction to General Policy and
  Procedures for Exploratory Technology
Connecticut Technical High School
     Safety in shop settings

• Are you ready
  to work
Safe work habits must be practiced
    in order to become habits.
Why is it important not to touch any
 equipment until you have been instructed
 to do so?

Why is it important to inspect equipment you
 are about to use?

Why do we lock out defective equipment?
    Wait for instruction prior to using
         any tools / equipment.
•   Tools
•   Equipment
•   Electrical
•   Appliances
       Explain the importance of
    inspecting tools and equipment
              prior to use.
•   Inspect
•   Report
•   Repair
•   Explain what lockout/tag out refers to.
  Why is it important to understand
  and follow emergency protocol?
• Lock down
• Lock out
• Fire Drills-Stop work, be Silent, Follow
• Emergency shutoff
 Why is it important to know where
 the location of the fire protection
            equipment is?
• Fire extinguisher
• Fire Blanket
 Why is it important to understand
and apply specific knowledge when
  handling different substances?
• Locate fire/flammable storage cabinet.
 Why is it important to understand
where to find information on MSDS
 Why is it important to know what
 the “yellow book” is?

• MSDS = Material Safety Data Sheet
• Locate MSDS book
Why is it important to know how to
     clean up certain spills?

• To prevent injury from dangerous
   Why is it important to read and
        understand labels?
• To Identify chemicals that are
  questionable in nature.
• Labels help us to identify dangerous
 Why is it important to follow safety
• Safety glasses are needed for all shops
  and should be worn as instructed
• Safety shoes should be worn at all times in
• Hand tools can create a safety hazard.
• No jewelry allowed
• Long hair must be tied back
• No horseplay
      Why is professional conduct
              Serious Offenses…
•   Theft - Personal, School, and Projects
•   Contraband
•   Weapons
•   Destruction of Property - School, and
      Why is professional conduct

               Shop Uniform Policy…
•   Shirt tucked in
•   Pants worn at waist
•   No loose clothing
•   Safety shoes at all times
•   ID’ s visible
    Why is professional conduct
           Interpersonal Skills…

• Act professionally at all times
• Consider the person next to you
• Respect shop and others
    Why is professional conduct
              Shop Rules…..

• No cell phones
• Backpacks and jackets placed in
  designated area
• Student responsibility concerning locks
• Locker area
• No food allowed
• No electronic devices
      Why is professional conduct
                Shop Rules…..
•   Hygiene
•   Hand Washing
•   Sanitation Issues
•   Hair
    Why is it important to report an
    injury or medical emergency?

What are the procedures to report an
•   Inform Instructor of Incident
•   Nurse Phone # Posted.
•   Know the location of the nurse’s office.
•   Report medical problems, illness, injuries,
    medications being taken, allergies (food,
    bee sting, latex or other allergies) to the
    school nurse
         Eye-wash Station
• Location of Eye-Wash Station
• Proper Use of Eye-wash Station
     Blood Borne Pathogens

• Definition: microorganism (germ, virus,
  bacteria) that can be transmitted through
  contact with blood
      Blood Borne Pathogens

• Notify Instructor of all injuries
• Do not offer first aid. Get help!
• Know location of standard precaution or
  first aid kit so that you can retrieve them if
  asked by an instructor
• Apply direct continuous pressure
  if you are injured and bleeding.
            Blood Borne

• Tell instructor about blood or other
  contamination in trade area
• Avoid contaminated areas and equipment
             Blood Borne

• Keep wounds covered until healed
If you come in contact with someone else’s
• Wash skin immediately with soap and
• Flush other areas (like eyes or mouth) with
   water immediately
     Under what conditions are safe
       work practices necessary?
•   Stay in Assigned Work Areas.
•   Sign In.
•   Sign Out.
•   Staying at assigned work station/area.
•   Instructor knows student’s location at all
• Follow Individual Shop Cleanup Policy
  (tools and materials returned)
• Keep individual work stations clean and
• Notify the instructor of any spills or broken
  tools and equipment regardless of type.
           Working Conditions
•   Mop Floors (no puddles)
•   Squeegee when available
•   Use caution with cords and power tools
•   Use caution with dust/sawdust etc. floors
    may be slippery
  Students will only consume food
     products in the cafeteria.
• Food may become contaminated with
  chemicals that are commonly found in the
  shop area
Due to safety and security policies
doors and windows must be kept
closed unless instructed to do so.

• Student will obtain instructor permission to
  open any door or window in the shop area.
     Thank You for watching!
Remember, we are all responsible for your
 safety in shop and failure to follow these
 rules will affect your grade!

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