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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Respiratory Protection Shop Safety A few examples of Shop Safety :D Eye Protection Simply using the proper eyeprotection on the job couldprevent thousands of eyeinjuries each year. If you wearlenses you should wear goggles over them. hazardous materials only present a health hazard when they come into contact with your body. Proper Clothing Clothing that is to loose can get caughtin a machine while clothing that is tootight can restrict your movements andresponses in dangerous situations. Before operating anymachine, inspect themachine ensuring all safetydevices are in place andworking properly. Keep areaclean. Safe Work Practices Hand Tool Safety -Keep all tools in good condition withregular maintenance;-Use the right tool for the job;-Examine each tool for damage before use;-Operate according to the manufacturersinstructions; Fire Prevention First Aid Fire extinguishers are designed toput out or control small fires. A smallfire, if not checked immediately, willsoon spread out of control. In fact,most big fires start out as small ones. First Aid is useful if someonehas an injury or get a burn andsupplies are provided for you. Resources: Questions: 1. When is it not acceptable to wear long sleeves in the shop?* While operating a lathe.2. Connect the extinguisher class rating to the proper combustible.-Class A - organic materials such as wood or paper-Class B - "liquids" including gasoline, natural gas or grease-Class C - electrical shorts-Class D - metals such as magnesium and aluminum3. Gloves should be worn when removing a work piece from a machinewhen the piece could be _______.*Sharp, Hot4. Which of the following does not provide adequate eye protectionfor general shop tasks?* Prescription eyeglasses & sunglasses
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