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A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step

Because safety is #1

Rule #1 The Faculty is always right Rule #2 If I am wrong please read rule #1 .

No food or drinks!! Always ask permission No Horseplay .

• Neckties. hence every accident can be avoided. • Never operate any equipment without instruction and ensure that all safety guards are functioning correctly.Every accident has a cause. loose garments and jewellery must be removed when operating machinery. . •Safety glasses and neat dress must be worn while in the workshop.

Before switching on main switch .A fire caused due to an electrical spark should be extinguished with dry sand and carbon dioxide type fire extinguisher .SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. A switch should always connected in the phase line 2.Switch off the main switch before the replacement of fuse 3. check that no body is working on the main line 4.The battery charging room must be ventilated 6. Don’t touch any electrical equipment without any purpose 5.

It furnishes a second path for the current to pass through from the tool or machine to the ground. . especially when used in combination with other electrical safety measures.What is Grounding? “Grounding” a tool or electrical system means intentionally creating a lowresistance path that connects to the earth. remove the power (pull plug or trip circuit breaker). If you see a person being electrocuted. wooden broom handle) to pry him away from the contact. If possible. This prevents the buildup of voltages that could cause an electrical accident. DO NOT TOUCH HIM! The electricity can go though you too. It will substantially reduce the risk of injury or death in case of shock. This additional ground safeguards the operator if a malfunction causes the tool’s metal frame to become energized. Grounding is normally a secondary protective measure to protect against electric shock. or use a non-conductive item (e.g. The resulting flow of current may activate the circuit protection devices. An equipment ground helps protect the equipment operator.

Types of fire extinguishers Shop procedures .

Class C Fires : Fires involving flammable gases under pressure including liquefied gases.g. paper.. power going to the device). Class B Fires : Fires involving fllammable liquids or liquefiable solids or the like where a blanketing effect is essential. . cloth or plastic). wood.• Class A Fires Ordinary combustibles (e. Energized electrical (e.g..

Class K fires : vegetable oils in commercial cooking appliances .g. zirconium and magnesium).Class D Fires Combustible metals (e.. titanium.

fuse boxes. lacquers. energized electrical equipment. grease. computers. Dry Chemical powder extinguishers utilize a specially siliconized Sodium Bicarbonate. and other electrical sources require an extinguisher labeled C. and other flammable liquids require an extinguisher labeled B. gasoline. wood. cloth. CO2 Electrical Equipment Fires in wiring. solvents. rubber.Extinguisher Type Type of Fire Ordinary Combustibles Fires in paper. some paints. Water Flammable Liquids Fires in oils. Dry Chemical . and many plastics require a water type extinguisher labeled A.

and sodium require special extinguishers labeled D. potassium. Multi-Purpose Fires involving powders.Dry and wet chemical extinguishers for kitchen fires .Ordinary Combustibles. titanium. Fire extinguishers labeled for a type D fire can contain a sodium chloride based dry powder extinguishing agent vegetable oils in commercial cooking appliances Class K . and C. or Electrical Equipment Multi-purpose dry chemical is suitable for use on class A. B. Flammable Liquids. flakes or shavings of combustible metals such as magnesium.

SILVESTERS' METHOD 4.MOUTH-TO-MOUTH METHOD 2. SCHAFER'S METHOD .METHODS: 1. MOUTH-TO-NOSE METHOD 3.

Lift up chin and tilt head back as far as possible. Inhale deeply. Place your mouth tightly around the victim's mouth (over mouth and nose of small children) and blow into the air passage. 3. Loosen any tight clothing around his neck or chest. 2. Begin the resuscitation immediately. Remove foreign objects if present from victim's mouth and throat by finger sweeping. Pinch the nostrils together with the thumb and index finger of the hand that is pressing on the victim's forehead. 5.1. . Stretch out victim on his back and kneel close to his side. 4.MOUTH-TO-MOUTH METHOD : 1.

seal your mouth tightly around the victim's nose and blow into the victim's nose. Open your mouth widely. 3. open the victim's mouth (if possible) to allow air escape. take a deep breath.MOUTH TO NOSE METHOD : 1.On the exhalation phase. 2.Maintain the backward head-tilt position (as with the mouth-to-mouth method) with the hand on the forehead. Use the other hand to close the mouth. .

Silvester method : a method of artificial respiration in which the subject is laid on his or her back and air is expelled from the lungs by pressing the arms over the chest . fresh air drawn in by pulling them above the head .

Thorax : The part of the body of a mammal between the neck and the abdomen. pressu re then being rhythmically applied with the hands to the lower part of the thorax. including the cavity enclosed by the ribs.Schaffer’s Method a method of artificial respiration in which the patient is placed face downward. breastbone .

Tester is used to determine the presence or absence of an electric potential in a circuit TESTER A wire stripper is a small. hand-held device used to strip the electrical insulation from electric wires WIRE STRIPPER Used for terminal crimping CRIMPING PLIER .

twisting and jointing wires COMBINATION PLIER Used for cutting the wires and nipping insulation SIDE CUTTER . cutting.Used to tight or loose a wooden or machine screw SCREW DRIVERS Used for gripping.

For loosening and tightening small nut .Used for gripping and twisting thin wires.bolts NOSE PLIER Used for making pilot holes in wooden planks POCKER Used for making holes in all types of wood GIMLET .

Its edge will be very sharp FIRMER CHISEL Used for making a hole or groove in the wall. casings.Its edge should not be very sharp.Used for scrapping chipping and grooving in the wooden jobs . batten etc TENON SAW . COLD CHISEL Used for cutting wooden wiring materials such as round blocks.

flats. sheets etc HACK SAW BALL PANE HAMMER CROSS PANE HAMMER STRAIGHT PANE HAMMER .Used for cutting metallic pipes.

HAND DRIILL MACHINE BENCH WICE PIPE WICE .

S.W.G( Standard Wire Gauge) .

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