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  • 1. SAFETY IN THE MACHINE SHOP
  • 2. SAFETY ON THE JOB
    • Accidents don’t just happen; they are caused. The cause of accidents can be traced to carelessness on someone’s part.
    • Accidents can be avoided , worker must first develop safe work habits.
  • 3. SAFE WORK HABITS
    • Be neat and safely dressed for the job.
    • Develop a responsibility for personal safety and the safety of others.
    • Think and work safely all times.
  • 4. SAFETY IN THE SHOP
    • Categories:
    • Personal grooming
    • House keeping
    • Safe Work Practices
  • 5. PERSONAL GROOMING
    • Always wear proper working attire inside the work shop area.
    • Never wear lose clothing .
    • Remove wrist watches, rings, and bracelets ; these can be caught in the machine, causing injury.
    • Never wear gloves when operating a machine.
    • Long hair must be protected by a hair net or approved protective shop cap.
    • Canvas shoes or open-ended sandals must never be worn in a machine shop.
  • 6. HOUSEKEEPING
    • Always stop machine before attempting to clean it.
    • Always keep machine and hand tools clean .
    • Always use brush and not cloth to remove any chips.
    • Oily surfaces should be cleaned with cloth.
    • Do not place tools and materials on the machine table.
    • Keep the floor free from oil and grease.
    • Sweep up the metal chips on the floor frequently.
    • Clean work place and return all tools after work.
  • 7. SAFE WORK PRACTICES
    • Do not operate any machine before understanding its mechanism and knowing how to stop it quickly.
    • Before operating any machine, be sure that the safety devices are in place and in working order.
    • Make sure that the cutting tool and the work piece are properly mounted before starting the machine.
    • Keep hands away from any moving parts.
    • Always stop a machine before measuring, cleaning or making any adjustments.
  • 8. SAFE WORK PRACTICES
    • 6. Never use a rag near the moving parts.
    • 7 . Get first aid immediately for any injury, no matter how small.
    • 8. Before you handle any work piece, remove all burrs and sharp edges.
    • 9. Use the proper wrench for the job , and replace nuts with worn corners.
    • 10. It is safer to pull on a wrench than to push it.