2. Shop Orientation and Safety Requirements Shop orientation precludes any shop use. Successful completion of the safety course precludes shop use. Demonstration of proficiency of select pieces of shop equipment precludes shop use. Shop users must sign and date a copy of the Shop Users Safety Agreement form.
Shop Orientation/Safety The first day of Lean Manufacturing is a shop orientation for the students. This is required for them to be shop certified so that they can work in the shop under a mentor’s guidance. The shop orientation checklist can be found on the Machine Shop website.
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F40, TO35, 202, 204, 35, 50 A-SMMF27 Models: Massey-Fer guson Shop Manual 135, 150, 165 A-SMMF36 Models: Massey-Fer guson Shop Manual 285 A-SMMF41 Models: Massey-Fer guson Shop Manual 670, 690, 698 A-SMMF42 Models: Massey-Fer guson Shop Manual 230, 235, 240, 245, 250 A-SMMF43 Models: Massey-Fer guson Shop Manual 255, 265, 270, 275, 290 A-SMMF44 .
2.1 Every student wishing shop privileges must satisfactorily complete all required shop safety courses before they become a shop user. 2.2 All shop users must have a valid FAMU identity card and sign "in" and "out" of the shop facility. 3. Injury- Causing Accidents In the event of an injury-causing accident, the following procedures must be
Wood Shop Safety Procedures Wood Shop General Rules The wood shop is a facility offered by the School of Art and Art History to be used by enrolled students and the woodshop staff. It is considered a privilege to use the shop and is expected that it will be used in accordance with all safety
- Practice - Machine Shop Math, - "Shop Talk" This machine tool training program has two classes. In the Machine Tool Laboratory I classes, students learn the theory and practice of industrial machines in the machine shop. In the Technical English classes, students learn technical vocabulary, "shop Olk," machine shop'math, and English skills .
Safe procedures for shop operations are described in the Machine Shop Health and Safety Procedures book. Machine Shop Requirements 1. Everyone working on machines must: a. Have a SBU ID b. Successfully complete specific shop course or work under the supervision of the instructor c. Suc
machine and check with shop staff. - . Design Shop you must attend a shop orientation and pass the Design Shop Safety Manual Test. Upon completing these requirements you will be given a sticker to be placed on your LSU ID signifying that you have completed Design Shop safety training.
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ATE210 – Electrical Workshop 14 Module 1: Safety 1.7 Electric Shock An electrical shock is received when electrical current passes through the body. You will get an electrical shock if part of your body completes an electrical circuit by: 1. Touching a live wire and the electrical ground as shown in Figure 1. 5. 2.
26 00 00 Electrical General Requirements 26 01 00 Basic Electrical Systems Testing By Electrical Contactor 26 05 00 Basic Electrical Materials and Methods 26 08 00 Commissioning of Electrical Systems 26 10 00 Medium-Voltage Electrical Distribution 26 20 00 Electrical Service & Distribution 26 29 00 Variable Speed Drives 26 30 00 Standby Power .