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Lab Safety

TermDefinition
MSDS document that contains information on the potential health effects of exposure to chemicals, or other potentially dangerous substances, and on safe working procedures when handling chemical products.
Guard Should never be removed from machinery. Designed to keep the user from getting hurt
Safety Glasses Impact resistant and prevents injury to the eyes
Sawdust on the floor A slip hazard. Should be swept up emediately
Miter Saw Used for making cuts in material at very precise angles
Table saw Powerful tool that can cross-cut or Rip lumber. Can only make straight cuts
Band Saw Used for straight cuts or curved cuts. Guard should be set 1/8" above the surface of material
Drill Press Used for making precise holes in materials
Philips Screwdriver with a tip that looks like a plus sign
Flat head Screwdriver with a tip that looks like a minus sign
Toolbox Where all hand tools have a designated place
Organization Helps to maintain a neat, orderly, and safe lab environment
Lathe Used for shaping material into cylindrical or round designs
Vise Used for holding materials firmly in place while working on them
Crescent An adjustable wrench used for turning bolts or nuts
Pliers Hand tool used for grasping objects
Extension cord Potential trip hazard. Should be put away when not in use
Spade Type of drill bit used for large diameter holes that resembles a paddle
Forstner Type of drill bit used to make large diameter holes that looks like a circular chisel
Immediately Time frame in which an instructor should be notified about equipment malfunction
Created by: gburrows
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