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  • Lab Safety

    Dressing for Lab Use goggles, gloves, and lab aprons when instructed to do so. (** Note: Contact lenses should not be worn in the lab!) Due to the dangers of broken glass and corrosive liquid spills in the lab, open sandals or bare feet are not permitted in the lab.

  • Chapter 5 Types of Maintenance Programs

     · equipment will fail during off hours or close to the end of the normal workday. If it is a critical piece of equipment that needs to be back on-line quickly, we will have to pay maintenance overtime cost. Since we expect to run equipment to failure, we will require a …

  • Machine & Equipment Hazards Safety Topics

    Machine & Equipment Hazardss. Electrical Hazards – equipment that uses electricity as a power source is a potential electrocution hazard. Check power cords, switches and connections for exposed wires or broken parts. Amputation & Caught-in Hazards – machine guards on equipment are installed to protect our employees from moving parts.

  • PowerPoint Presentation

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  • Value Stream Mapping.ppt

    Value Stream Mapping Material Symbols (Cont.) FIFO Lane Icon: First-In-First-Out inventory. Use this icon when processes are connected with a FIFO system that limits input.

  • Cal/OSHA Guide to Electrical Safety

    the circuit is broken and current can no longer flow. Grounding Electrical systems, equipment and tools that are not grounded or double-insulated can be dangerous. Grounded or double-insulated equipment protect the operator from being shocked. The ground conductor connects the metal case of a tool or equipment to the ground.

  • The Importance of Equipment Inspections

     · Your productivity is only as good as your equipment is, and you can''t get very far with broken equipment or out-of-work employees. Regular inspections take productivity and safety to the next level, beyond mandatory inspections. Heavy equipment is a powerful tool that undergoes a lot of different conditions and completes amazing tasks.

  • General Laboratory Safety

    Glassware Use correct techniques for the insertion of tubing onto glassware Never use glassware under pressure or vacuum unless it is designed for the job and suitably shielded Dispose of chipped or broken glassware – it is a risk to you and others Always dispose of broken glass in a glass bin or sharps bin and not in a general waste bin ...

  • Emergencies, Injuries, and Spills – Laboratory Safety

    312 Regents Hall of Natural Sciences. Mon – Fri | 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. P 507-786-3560 F 507-786-3870 E [email protected] . Laboratory Safety. Emergencies, Injuries, and Spills. At St. Olaf College we strive to have properly educated and trained individuals so that we …

  • Personal Fall Arrest Equipment Task Training Guide for ...

    Personal Fall Arrest Equipment Task Training Guide for Surface M/NM . Standard Identification: 30 CFR 56.15005 Safety Belts and Lines (Rules To Live By) 30 CFR 46.7 New Task Training (Rules To Live By) 30 CFR 48.27 Training of Miners Assigned To A Task In Which They . Have Had No Previous Experience; Type of Equipment:

  • Order Picking: Methods and Equipment for Piece Pick, Case ...

    The systematic methods for full-pallet picking are much simpler than either piece pick or case pick, however, the choices in storage equipment, storage configurations, and types of lift trucks used are many. Basic pallet picking. This is the most common method …

  • How Equipment Fails, Understanding the 6 Failure Patterns

     · increasing level of failures over the course of the equipment''s life. This pattern accounts for approximately 5% of failures. Failure Pattern D is known as the initial break in curve and starts off with a very low level of failure followed by a sharp rise to a constant level. This pattern accounts for. approximately 7% of failures.

  • TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

    Proper tools and equipment are essential for the effective operation of any civil works site. Equipping the construction site with the correct tools and equipment plays an essential role in achieving timely and good quality results. For every construction activity there is an optimal combination of tools, equipment …

  • Procurement and management of supplies and equipment

    14 Section 2Procurement and management of supplies and equipment Table 2.1 Calculating consumption Step 1: Select the time period for calculating consumption To calculate the quantity of crepe bandages required for a 12 month period for 10,000 patients.

  • Injection Molding Process, Defects, Plastic

    Injection molding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for the fabrication of plastic parts. A wide variety of products are manufactured using injection molding, which vary greatly in their size, complexity, and application. The injection molding process requires the use of an injection molding machine, raw plastic material, and a mold.

  • KAIZEN.ppt | Lean Manufacturing | Employment

    Materials, tools, equipment and supplies that are not frequently used should be moved to a separate, common storage area. Items that are not used should be discarded. Don''t keep things around just because they might be used, someday. As a result of the sorting process you will eliminate (or repair) broken equipment and tools.

  • CHAPTER-4 F & B SERVICE EQUIPMENT

    of specialist equipment are shown below, together with a brief note of the dishes that they may be used for. Specialised service equipment as listed in Table Glassware Well-designed glassware combines elegance, strength and stability, and should be fine rimmed and of clear glass. ...

  • 10 320 Mixer.ppt

    ˜ Is equipment cleanout adequate ... ˜ Bent, broken, or missing ribbon sections ... Microsoft PowerPoint - 10 320 Mixer.ppt [Compatibility Mode] Author: dboggs Created Date: 1/22/2014 3:01:27 PM ...

  • Damaged Equipment Form Template | JotForm

    A damaged equipment form monitors any damage done to a piece of equipment assigned to or borrowed by employees. Use this free Damaged Equipment Form to gather information online about when equipment becomes damaged. All you need to do is customize the form to your liking and share it via email or embed it in your website — employees can ...

  • MSHA''s Guide to Equipment Guarding

    ing, installing and maintaining equipment guards to prevent miners from contacting hazardous moving machine parts. Contact with machine parts may result in serious accidents or death. Proper equipment guarding is essential to reduce this risk of injury. This guide provides examples of commonly used point-of …

  • Equipments

     · Equipment Cleaning & Maintenance WHO Guidelines The layout and design of the equipment must aim to minimize the risk of errors and permit effective cleaning and maintenance. Washing and cleaning equipment should be chosen and used so as not to be source of contamination. Defective equipment should, if possible, be removed from production and Q ...

  • FACT SHEET 1 – CLEANING AND SANITISING

    equipment, temperature must be over 75ºC. Most commercial dishwashers can be set at minimum temperatures to ensure utensils are free from bacteria. Cleaning and Sanitising Glassware, Cutlery and Crockery Most commercial dishwashers have a dispenser to ensure correct levels of detergents, rinse aide and sanitisers are used for each load.

  • Cooking Equipment Safety

    equipment. Plug cooking appliances directly into an out-let. If equipment is broken, label "do not use" and notify a su-pervisor immediately. If you must leave the area, turn off the cooking equipment. Turn exhaust hoods on before turning on any cooking equipment and dish machines. Use oven mitts and arm guards when working on hot

  • Preventing Injuries from Broken Laboratory Glassware ...

    No matter when and where it happens, broken glassware is an inconvenience at best. But when laboratory glassware breaks, it can do a lot of harm.. Injuries from broken glassware can range from a small cut to a serious health risk. These injuries may occur when dropping glassware and when handling fragile glassware or flawed glassware.

  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY BASIC AWARENESS

    arc or spark from operating equipment 4,000 1 arc from faulty contact or broken conductor 3,600 1 short circuit arc from mechanical damage 3,400 1 water caused short circuit arc 1,600 <1 PPT-008-02 3 . How is an Electrical Shock Received? When two wires have different potential voltages current will flow if they are connected. ...

  • PowerPoint Presentation

    Broken/damaged equipment (e.g., stool with a broken leg) Exposed electrical wiring (e.g., frayed electrical cord) Machinery with missing guards (e.g., cutting machine with missing blade guard.) Damaged PPE (e.g., gloves with rips/tears) PPT-001-02

  • Hoisting & Rigging Fundamentals

    Broken or damage to end attachments The following should be looked for in a pre-use inspection: 1) Broken wires. 2) Severe localized abrasion or scraping. 3) Kinking, crushing, birdcaging, or any other damage resulting in distortion of the rope structure. 4) Evidence of heat damage. 5) …

  • Quality assurance for medical equipment

     · Medical Equipment Quality Assurance and Safety Systems, University of Vermont, USA 2. Yadin David, Wolf W. von Maltzahn, Michael R. Neuman, and Joseph D. Bronzino,. Clinical Engineering (Principles and Applications in Engineering). 3. Medical Equipment Quality Assurance and Metrology Guidance DocumentBowles, Roger "Techcareers: Biomedical ...

  • 5988-E.ppt

    5988-E EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION WORKSHEET Slide 5 5988-E Worksheet 5988-E • Vehicles are NMC until repaired if they have the following faults: – cracked wheel hubs – worn or frayed tie down straps or personnel restraint systems – …

  • SAFE SCIENCE: Lab Safety Awareness

    Keep equipment and work areas Cluttered and unclean areas can result in uninten-clean and organized. tional and sometimes dangerous reactions. Be sure all gas jets or valves, electrical Leaking gas can cause an explosion/fire if someone connections, and water faucets are turned lights a match or there is a spark. Electrical equipment

  • EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY MAINTENANCE

     · EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY MAINTENANCE ... must be put in to use maximally within this time framework to justify the fund expended on it''s acquisition. A broken down equipment rapidly but to keep the equipment running at high capacity and to produce quality products at lowest cost possible .The Objectives of Maintenance is a priority one which ...

  • Guide to machinery and equipment safety

    • machinery and equipment with moving parts that can reach people, such as booms or mechanical appendages (arms) • mobile machinery and equipment, such as forklifts, pallet jacks, earthmoving equipment, operated in areas where people may gain access. Common mechanical hazards and associated risks for machinery and equipment are shown below.

  • 4 Ways to Manage the Risk of Equipment Failure

    These are four business processes companies can implement to minimize the risk of equipment failure. 1. Regular inspections. Whether it''s a chainsaw or a multimillion-dollar crane, it''s common sense that thoroughly inspecting equipment before each use is the best …

  • PowerPoint Presentation

    DETERMINE CAUSES Employee actions Safe behavior, at-risk behavior Environmental conditions Lighting, heat/cold, moisture/humidity, dust, vapors, etc. Equipment condition Defective/operational, guards, leaks, broken parts, etc. Procedures Existing (or not), followed (or not), appropriate (or not) Training Was employee trained - when, by whom ...

  • PPT – Different types of casting process and its ...

    The mould is broken and the casting is taken after the metal has solidified. Good-quality investment types of equipment with structural applications. | PowerPoint PPT presentation | free to view Different types of Liquid resin - Three types of liquid resin are mostly used in our daily use.

  • Rigging Equipment

    Rigging Equipment Safety is the #1 priority Rigging Equipment for Material Handling 29 CFR 1926.251 Rigging equipment Inspect rigging equipment: Before each shift As necessary during use Remove rigging equipment: If defective When not in use Safe working load Recommended safe load Mark custom lifting accessories Proof test to 125 percent Competent person and inspection Inspect before …

  • compaction equipment

     · • This equipment is light and can be hand or machine operated. • The base size of rammers can be 15cm x 15cm or 20cm x 20cm or more. 19. Equipment for consolidation of concrete 20. Equipment for consolidation of concrete Internal vibrator Surface vibrator Platform vibrator Form vibrator 21.

  • CHAPTER 4 COST OF CONSTRUCTION LABOR AND …

    broken down into many more subsystems and sub-subsystems. In this way, a building construction project is divided into numerous work packages. These work packages can then be assigned to and completed by an individual worker or a crew. A crew is a team of workers, which can be of the same trade or a composite of many different trades. Due to

  • Medical Equipment, Devices, & Supplies

    medical equipment, devices, and supplies that require low, intermediate, high-level disinfection, and sterilization. 2. Relate the appropriate Standards to breaches identified with low, intermediate, highlevel - disinfection, and sterilization processes. 1