Transcript Title: Green Industrial Safety
Lecture Hours: 20
Prerequisites: GT 101
Students will learn the essential skills needed to develop and maintain safe work habits in various industrial workplaces following OR-OSHA guidelines, including general accident prevention. Students demonstrate safe use of tools/equipment commonly found in a variety of manufacturing and construction industries. Emphasis will be put on safety procedures leading to sustainable practices and results.
Demonstrate safe shop practices.
Maintain a safe work environment and effective shop housekeeping procedures.
Identify and use appropriate clothing and personal protective equipment.
Prevent work-related injuries and accidents in the workplace.
Demonstrate required safety procedures and record-keeping processes, including OR-OSHA guidelines.
Respond to emergencies.
Demonstrate proper us, maintenance and storage of hand tools.
Display proper use of tools to make precision measurements.
Outcome Assessment Strategies:
Intelitek on-line activities including end of section tests and final evaluation.
Instructor generated evaluation including tests and projects.
Hands on evaluation.
Text & Materials: (suggested and/or required)
Course Activities & Design:
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues, and Skills):
Introduction to safety in a green environment.
Safe shop practices
Accident prevention / lock out / tag out
Hazardous materials and waste
Material safety data sheets and standard workplace hazard/warning signs and labels