Terms in this set (21)
Our number 1 priority
Freedom from harm or danger
Must be worn in all areas of the shop. They protect your eyes from dust and projectiles.
Must cover the entire foot when working with tools
No Horse Play
Should not be worn while operating power tools
Should be properly secured when operating tools
Loose fitting Clothing
Sleeves rolled up and shirts tucked in when operating tools
Should be worn when operating areas with larger leaks produce excessive noise
Operating of Power Equipment
Must have permission
Must be trained on use of the power tool you wish to use
Clamps and Vises
Should be used to properly secure material before using tools
Tools should only be used in the manner they were intended to be used. Right tool for the right job.
Finishing Materials (paints, stains, oils...)
Always read labels and follow directions paying attention to details like location, temperature, ventilation, brushes, rags, and disposal.
is a safe shop
Never test sharpness of cutting tools with bare hands
Always inspect electrical chords. Never use a damaged chord.
Respect all projects and do not touch without permission.
Commitment to the value of hard work
These are based on participation. The harder I try the better these get.
100% of this is needed to operate tools
Proper Lathe Proceedure
1. Take time to center and secure wood.
2. Gently carve the wood with a knife (Never dig into the wood too hard)
3. Check to make sure wood is secure in the lathe periodically.
I should always ask questions if I am not sure of what I am doing in the shop.