Improve your vision
Prevent flying particles, sawdust, foreign objects or corrosive substances from entering your eyes.
Magnify small objects.
Because they may cause someone to slip or trip and fall.
Unless you are in a hurry.
Because they are unsightly.
Because they cause more work for the custodians.
Folded neatly and placed on a shelf.
Discarded in a covered metal container.
Wadded up and thrown in the trash.
Left on a workbench.
Before operating any machine.
Before the end of class.
Only when you are assisting the instructor.
Only when it will not affect your fashion.
Like a spear.
With the back end high.
With the front end high.
With one hand.
Conversation slows down the flow of work.
It is not polite.
The distracted operator or others may be injured.
It is too noisy for conversation in the lab.
Reported to health services immediately.
Reported to the instructor immediately.
None of the above.
Considered a safe practice on a cold day.
Safe, if the gloves are not made of leather.
Permissible if the machine is dirty.
Not a safe practice because the gloves may get caught in moving parts and pull your hand into the machine.
Checked by another student.
Approved by the instructor, then returned to normal after the cuts are made.
Need not be approved if you know what you are doing.
Done quickly while no one is watching.
Use your hand.
Use a piece of wood or a brush since there may be sharp or jagged particles among the scraps.
Use compressed air.
Leave the scraps to show how hard you are working.
Keep your back straight and lift with your legs.
Use a lever, dolly, jack, forklift, wheels, or rollers.
Do one or more of the above, depending on the situation.
Rushing or hurring
All of the above
More dangerous than dull edge tools.
Safer to use than dull edge tools.
On Mondays and Wednesdays only.
In no one is looking.
If you're wearing pants.
Is permitted on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
No a big deal.
O.k. if it just a small item.
Punishable by being kicked out of class.
Grab them fast to avoid the blade.
Remove the guards to get better access to the scrap wood.
Turn the machine off and grab to piece before the blade stops.
Use a long stick or other waste material to push it a safe.distance away.
Operator and instructor.
Operator, instructor, and two of operator’s closest friends
Put away project and materials, go to sector, dust, sweep.
Go to sector, Sweep, dust.
Get backpack and wait at door.
Sweep, dust, go to sector, wait.
Get “Checked-off” by the instructor.
That’s all you need if you got a 100%.
Know the model # and manufacturer of the machine.
Ask a TA to watch them
To no one, you might get in trouble.
To the instructor immediately.
To the instructor after a few minutes or more have passed.
To a TA or a close friend only.
Make sure your hands are wet, and you're standing in a puddle.
Pull by the cord itself.
Pull it out by the plug handle.
Always keep the machine in the on position.
Dirt and sand
All of these