Safe work procedure



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SAFE WORK PROCEDURE



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Nov/29/2006

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Hourly

Job Title:

Auto Body Metal


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Job Title:


Handling and Pouring Chemicals

Job Performed By:

Teacher and or students







Required Personal Protective Equipment: CSA approved chemical goggles/glasses, or face-shield as well as CSA approved safety glasses, chemical gloves, 100% cotton coveralls, CSA approved steel-toed boots/shoes, leather apron, and respirator as needed per Material Safety Data Sheet
GENERAL NOTES: Read your Material Safety Data Sheets - know the risk Work in a well-ventilated area.
No matches, lighters or cell phones allowed in the shop area. Long hair should be tied back; strings and hoods from pullovers/sweaters should be removed or tucked inside of coveralls. Long necklaces and or bracelets should be removed.
Job Safety Analysis:


Step

Description

Hazard

Controls

1

Read and understand Material Safety Data Sheet on chemical/s being handled.

Not knowing could be life threatening

Read and understand Material Safety Data Sheet on chemical/s being used, handled.

2

Know where the nearest emergency eye wash and shower are located and that the path is clear

Burns to the eye/s, skin--Trip, fall, injury to self, others

Know where the nearest emergency eyes wash and shower is located. --Keep path to these 2 locations clean and clear.

3

Check the Material Safety Data Sheet for the appropriate respirator and filter for chemical/s being handled/poured.

Ingestion - breathing fumes

Carefully examine respirator and filter and confirm that they are working before you begin.

4

Gather chemical goggles, face shield and any other personal protective equipment prior to handling/pouring chemicals.

Eye injury - splash, fumes--Contact irritation burn or absorption - Splash, skin contact--Face burn, irritation - Splash

Chemical goggles--Gloves appropriate type for chemicals - long sleeve coveralls, apron if necessary--Wear face shield--

5

For caustics/acids/reactive chemicals, use face shield in addition to goggles

Face burn, irritation - splash

Wear chemical safety glasses/goggles--Wear face shield

6

Do not mix incompatible chemicals as injury, illness or death may result.

Chemical-Reactive--Chemical-Toxic

Always read Material Safety Data Sheets--Always read container of chemical/s - should advise if reactive and with what.

7

Transfer chemicals only in a well-ventilated area.

Chemical-Toxic--Chemical-Irritant

Use appropriate respirator per MSDS--Well ventilated area

8

Mark all secondary chemical vessels with contents in permanent marker when filled.

Chemical-Reactive--

Label all containers - so they will only be used for that chemical.

9

Use a clean funnel for pouring into a vessel with a small diameter opening to prevent spill/splash.

Chemical - Burn--Chemical-Irritant--Chemical-Corrosive--Ingestion - breathing fumes

Chemical goggles - wear face shield, gloves appropriate type for chemicals, long sleeve coveralls, apron if necessary and respirator if required per MSDS.

10

Do not allow chemicals to enter a drain, or the environment (ground, watershed, etc.)

Hazardous Waste

Dispose of the chemicals appropriately - chemicals and chemical containers cannot be placed in the garbage, they must be taken to an appropriate site/storage area.



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