Field Safety Participant's Guide Volume 2, Paperback
This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Electrical and High-Voltage Hazards, Fire Protection and Prevention, Hand- and Power-Tool Safety and Welding Safety.
- 01 Aug 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
75105-03 Electrical and High-Voltage Hazards (2.5 Hours) This module introduces participants to lockout/tagout procedures, the risks associated with working around electricity and high voltage, and the effects of electrical shock on the human body. Participants learn to recognize and avoid electrical and high-voltage hazards. 75106-03 Fire Protection and Prevention (2.5 Hours) This module gives participants the fundamentals of fire protection, prevention, and safety. Participants learn how to avoid fires on the job site and how to appropriately respond when fires do occur. Also addressed are the various types of fires and the specific class of extinguishers used for each. 75107-03 Hand- and Power-Tool Safety (2.5 Hours) Safe hand- and power-tool use is key to avoiding many preventable accidents. Participants learn to recognize and respond to the various hazards posed by tools and power sources. As well, participants learn to properly use and maintain various types of tools. 75108-03 Welding Safety (2.5 Hours) Covers the hazards and precautions associated with welding and metal cutting operations, as well as handling and storing compressed gases. Participants learn to use appropriate personal protective equipment and to recognize and prevent unsafe conditions related to welding operations.