Demonstrate safe practices in the agricultural mechanics lab/workshop.
Demonstrating safe practices must include
passing written tests with 100% accuracy on
general lab/workshop safety
safety and operating procedures for all tools, equipment, and machinery
the major parts of all tools, equipment, and machinery
passing a proficiency/performance test with 100% accuracy for all tools, equipment, and machinery
following manufacturer’s instructions and reviewing safety manuals, when applicable
following all safety guidelines and procedures when using tools, equipment, and machinery in the agricultural mechanics lab/workshop
selecting appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for the operation of concern
following the safety standards and regulations of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Equipment and Engine Training Council (EETC) Education Committee, and safety data sheets (SDS).
What information should be sent with emergency responders to the hospital with the student if a chemical was splashed in an eye or wound?
Are school labs/workshops required to follow state and national safety standards? Explain.
What agency requires labs/workshops and businesses to use the services of companies such as Safety-Kleen?
What are the dangers of running an engine in a confined space without proper ventilation?
Why is it important to achieve 100 percent accuracy on tests regarding safety and operating procedures before using tools, equipment, and machinery?