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Shop Safety

Shop Safety. Chapter 3 Page 25. Procedures/Rules. It is important we have procedures and rules in place to protect you, the vehicles, the facility, and customers. Procedures originate from: the school County State Government. Safety First. It is out top priority.

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Shop Safety

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  1. Shop Safety Chapter 3 Page 25

  2. Procedures/Rules • It is important we have procedures and rules in place to protect you, the vehicles, the facility, and customers. • Procedures originate from: • the school • County • State • Government

  3. Safety First • It is out top priority. • There are 1000 eye injuries a day in the USA. • Eye and back injuries are the most common. • First aid right away. • Report an injury or an unsafe condition. • Training is mandatory !!!!!!

  4. PPE • Personal Protective Equipment- • Eyes • Hands • Ears • Nose • Back • Feet • ETC……………

  5. Eye Safety

  6. Lifting • 1. Stand close to the load with your feet spread apart about shoulder width, with one foot slightly in front of the other for balance. • 2. Squat down bending at the knees (not your waist). Tuck your chin while keeping your back as vertical as possible • 3. Get a firm grasp of the object before beginning the lift. • 4. Begin slowly lifting with your LEGS by straightening them. Never twist your body during this step. • 5. Once the lift is complete, keep the object as close to the body as possible. As the load's center of gravity moves away from the body, there is a dramatic increase in stress to the lumbar region of the back.

  7. Gloves, Respirators, and Ear Protection

  8. Arm Heat Sleeve, Knee Pads, Back, & Feet Protection

  9. First Aid • If you need it---It’s here. • Don’t give me the Quote- “Tough Guy Act”

  10. Body Wash and Eye Wash

  11. Organizations and Terms • OHSA (Occupational Health & Safety Administration) • EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) • Hazardous Waste- include: cleaning supplies, battery acid, paints, used oil, heavy metals (lead), antifreeze, & refrigerants. • MSDS- Material Safety Data Sheets Know You Signs

  12. Safety Colors • Green- First aid • Red- Fire Equipment • Orange- Warning • Yellow- Caution • Danger- Skull & Crossbones

  13. Know the Signs

  14. Safety Lines You must have a clear path to get out in case of emergency.

  15. Evacuation Routes • Learn the evacuation routes so when there is an emergency…. You react to your training.

  16. Fire Class I.D.

  17. Fire Cabinet, Rag Can, & Safety Gas Cans • All flammables must be in fire proof cabinet *Greasy rags go into can with lid

  18. Do’s and Don'ts

  19. Fire Extinguishers & Blankets Don’t feed oxygen to fire. Slam hood down, close doors! Fire! • Tell someone • Fight small fires only • Get extinguisher • Pull safety pin • Aim hose at base of fire • Squeeze operating handle • Sweep until fire is out. P.A.S.S Gauge reads in good range

  20. Jacks and Stands You must use stands with jacks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. Lift/Tall Stands • Used under the vehicle when on lift or a high application

  22. Lifts 2-Post Lift Runway/Drive-on/Wheel-contact Lift

  23. Other Types of Lifts 4-Post Runway Portable In-ground

  24. SRS What does it stand for? Safety Restraint System

  25. SRS • If you don’t follow power down procedures, it could deploy the air bags.

  26. ABS • Many ABS systems must be depressurized before work can be done… • Study!!!

  27. Hybrid Safety • Hybrid high voltage can kill. • Proper knowledge and PPE is a must!!!!


  29. The Battery Pack

  30. Disconnect Key/Switch • Find the proper procedure for the vehicle you are working with.

  31. HID or Xenon Lights HID lights can deliver up to 10,000 volts to the bulb… More than enough o hurt!

  32. Shop Ventilation is Key (especially during winter months)

  33. Drop Lights • Use L.E.D. (light emitting diode) type lights- They are cool to the touch, shatter resistant and are not an explosion waiting to happen—You can’t say that about the bulb type drop light.

  34. Creepers • Stand against wall when not in use. • Slipping hazard.

  35. Battery Safety • Remove the NEGATIVE FIRST • Replace NEGATIVE LAST This is wrong, wrong, wrong!!!!!!!!

  36. MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets)

  37. MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet What is its location

  38. Points to Note • Material Safety Data Sheets provide information about handling, use and storage of chemicals that may be hazardous. • They also alert you to symptoms you will experience if you are exposed to the chemical, and provide basic first aid procedures. • All suppliers produce an MSDS for the product they manufacture and it should be provided when the product is purchased.

  39. Workshop safety equipment includes items such as: • Hand Rails • Machinery Guards • Painted Lines • Soundproof Rooms • Gas Extraction Hoses • Doors and Gates • Adequate Ventilation

  40. What if there’s an Emergency Inform the instructor and go to the proper safe zone

  41. Asbestos Hazard • Take care not to use blow gun on brakes or clutches- Contrary to what manufactures say, asbestos is still used in brakes and clutch disks. • You can use a HEPA vacuum or use our brake washer.

  42. Electrical Safety • Use only cords and equipment in good working order. • Always use the ground prong type (third prong) there may be water around—we all know what that means. Don’t Do It Don’t Do It Don’t Do It

  43. Vehicle Concerns • Coolant- Can be more than 280 degrees (100 can burn your skin) • Fans- Steel blades can remove fingers- Can rotate up to 10,000 rpm • Belts- Can take you or your clothes/hair into pulleys and fans

  44. Tool Concerns • Vises- don’t use cheater pipe to tighten vise jaws • Puller- can explode if you use an impact wrench to tighten • Machinery- Don’t talk to person using machines, don’t bump a person using machines or while working on cars. • Machinery- Use and adjust guards and tool rests. • Grind mushroom off punches and chisels. • Use file handles with files. • Loud tools require hearing protection • Fast running tools have high rpm’s 20,000 or more.

  45. Jump Starting Safety + + - - +

  46. Cable Position on Dead Car Positive Negative on + Post on Engine Ground

  47. Refrigerant Safety • Old R-12 systems will kill you if you are under a car and breath in the invisible –odorless gas. • Refrigerant is very cold when leaking from the system- minus 50 degrees. = instant frostbite. • Air Conditioning systems are very hot near compressor • R-12 Refrigerant is harmful to the ozone layer. • R-134a … not as much.

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