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 +====== Workshop Safety Procedures ======
  
 +===== Emergency Procedure =====
 +
 +In case of an emergency follow this action plan:
 +  - **DANGER:​** ​ Ensure that yourself, others and the patient are not in further danger
 +  - **RESPONSE:​** – Check for response from patient. ​ If no response - call for help.  If response, make patient comfortable,​ check for injuries and monitor response
 +  - **SEND:** for help – call 000 or ask another person to make the call
 +  - **ADMINISTER:​** appropriate first aid, including CPR if you are trained to do so
 +  - **STAY:** with patient until help arrives
 +
 +**Do not attempt to remove foreign objects from the eye or body.**
 +
 +**If chemicals get in the eye(s), wash eye(s) for 15 minutes in an open flow of water before proceeding for medical treatment.**
 +
 +===== Report all injuries. =====
 +
 +Any incident where the safety of any person is compromised - either when an injury has occurred, or there was a significant risk of injury - should be recorded on an Incident Report Form and referred to the committee.
 +===== Use protective gear. Dress right. =====
 +
 +  * Wear eye protection: safety glasses with side shields, goggles, or face shields at all times, whether working or not!!
 +  * Do not wear loose-fitting clothing around moving or rotating machinery.
 +  * Remove ties, jewellery, gloves, etc. especially around moving or rotating machinery.
 +  * Tie back or cover long hair to keep it away from moving machinery.
 +  * Wear only shoes that cover the entire foot, no open-toe shoes or sandals.
 +  * Wear suitable gloves when handling hot objects, glass, or sharp-edged items.
 +  * Wear appropriate clothing for the job (i.e., do not wear short sleeve shirts or short pants when welding).
 +
 +
 +===== Prepare. =====
 +
 +  * Safety is your top priority when using the equipment. If you are not sure what you are doing, ask.
 +  * Know the locations of first aid, fire, and safety equipment.
 +  * Never use a tool unless you’ve been trained to use it safely.
 +  * Never work alone when using power tools. Two persons must be present and be able to see one another.
 +  * Do not work in the shop if tired, or in a hurry.
 +  * Do not fool around, startle, or distract anyone (not even with a conversation) while either one of you is using a tool.
 +  * Think through the entire job before starting. Prepare prints or drawings with all dimensions and specifications prior to using machines.
 +
 +
 +===== Use tools right. =====
 +
 +  * Use tools only as they were designed to be used. (A wrench is not a hammer.)
 +  * Never use a broken tool.
 +  * Report any broken tools or machines immediately.
 +  * Do not remove tools from the room.
 +  * Never walk away from a tool that is still on.
 +  * Operate machines only with all required guards and shields in place.
 +
 +===== Clean up =====
 +
 +  * Clean up every time whenever you leave an area, including sweeping the floor.
 +  * Clean and return all tools to where you got them.
 +  * Use compressed air sparingly; never aim it at another person or use it to clean hair or clothes.
 +  * Shut off and unplug machines when cleaning, repairing, or oiling.
 +  * Never use a rag near moving machinery.
 +  * Use a brush, hook, or a special tool to remove chips, shavings, etc. from the work area. Never use the hands.
 +  * Keep fingers clear of the point of operation of machines by using special tools or devices, such as, push sticks, hooks, pliers, etc.
 +  * Keep the floor around machines clean, dry, and free from trip hazards. Do not allow chips to accumulate.
 +  * Mop up spills immediately and put a chair or cone over them if they are wet enough to cause someone to trip.
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