Documents about Safety Precautions

  • 14 Pages

    Miethe and McDowell

    N.C. State, SOC 430

    Excerpt: ... treet lighting Vandalism Question: Are these valid measures of socioeconomic conditions? No. of Dangerous Activities Routine Activity Theory Dangerous Activities: going to bars; visiting public places where teenagers hang out; taking public transit Target Attractiveness Income; expensive goods owned; carrying more than $50 in cash; wearing more than $100 in jewelry; Guardianship Number of Safety Precautions Taken by the Resident: lock doors, leave lights on; use extra locks; member of crime prevention organization; have a dog; have neighbors watch home; own a weapon - all actions taken two years before the survey (retrospective questions) Social Guardianship: live alone or not Table 2: Multi-level (no interaction terms) BURGLARY Age (-.04); Dangerous Activities (+.04); Family income (+.11); own expensive goods (+.10); Safety Precautions (-.07); Poor Economic Conditions (+.44). Violence (multilevel, no interaction terms) VIOLENCE Dangerous Activities (+.52); Busy Places (+.17 ...

  • 4 Pages

    protect_05plan

    North Texas, PROTECT 05

    Excerpt: ... Lesson Plan Course Title: Collision Repair and Refinishing Session Title: COMPASS: Protect the Environment and Safety First! Lesson Duration: 90 minutes [Lesson length is subjective and will vary from instructor to instructor] Performance Objective: Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to identify environmental and safety precautions for tools and equipment used in vehicle collision repair. Specific Objectives: Identify and describe environmental precautions for tools and equipment used in vehicle collision repair Categorize do's and don'ts for protecting the environmental in regards to handling tools and equipment Explain safety precautions for tools and equipment used in vehicle collision repair Demonstrate safety precautions for at least two tools. Preparation TEKS Correlations: This lesson, as published, correlates to the following TEKS. Any changes/alterations to the activities may result in the elimination of any or all of the TEKS listed. 125.7(c) (4) (A) .safely use hand ...

  • 6 Pages

    Plate Tectonics

    Alabama, GEO 101

    Excerpt: ... n Prince William Sound, Alaska on March 28, 1964 with a magnitude of 9.2 in the Richter scale. An earthquake is a rapid release of energy of plate tectonics. This energy converts to waves that radiate in all directions from the source of the earthquake. Earthquakes are the motion that occurs along faults. This motion of the faults can lead to large waves and the formation of tsunamis. In result of the Prince William Sound earthquake, a tsunami developed and took the lives of 110 people while the quake killed fifteen. Other ways plate tectonics affect the United States is by forming mountain ranges. The formation of the Rocky Mountains in the western United States came from the Pacific plate thrusting under the North American plate 30-75 million years ago . We can't avoid or prevent the movement of plate tectonics or the natural disasters that result from them, but there can be safety precautions taken to minimize destruction and death as well as research toward prediction. Since earthquakes are a result o ...

  • 6 Pages

    power_05plan

    North Texas, ELECTRONIC 05

    Excerpt: ... Lesson Plan Course Title: Electronics Session Title: Power Lesson Duration: 1 Week [Lesson length is subjective and will vary from instructor to instructor] Performance Objective: Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to compute current using the power formula, determine the power used in a resistive circuit, and determine the function of fuses and resistor power ratings. This knowledge will be evidenced by correctly performing the procedures outlined on the assignment and lab sheets and by scoring 85 percent on the unit tests. Specific Objectives: After completion of this unit, the student should be able to: Match terms associated with power and measurement to their definitions. Match power abbreviations with their correct terms. State three forms of the formula used to compute electrical power. Arrange in proper sequence the procedures for power measurement using a DC wattmeter. Select true statements concerning resistor wattage rating. List electrical power safety precautions . Disti ...

  • 6 Pages

    safety_05plan

    North Texas, ELECTRONIC 05

    Excerpt: ... concerning electrical shock. Select statements that describe the correct procedure when treating a victim of electrical shock. Match the four fire classes (A, B, C, and D) with the type of fire which each class identifies. Match the six colors used in color coding with the type of hazard they designate. State the use (class of fire) and operation of four common types of fire extinguishers. Select statements which describe good general lab safety rules. Select statements which describe good personal safety rules. Select the safety rules which describe hand tool safety precautions . Select the safety rules which describe power tool safety precautions . Select statements which describe rules for safe use of electrical cords. Properly plan and execute a class fire drill. Indicate a willingness to follow safety rules by signing the student safety pledge sheet. Preparation TEKS Correlations: This lesson, as published, correlates to the following TEKS. Any changes/alterations to the activities ma ...

  • 13 Pages

    power_05

    North Texas, ELECTRONIC 05

    Excerpt: ... Electronics Power 2005 Texas Trade and Industrial Education 1 Presentation Overview Terms and Definitions Terms and Abbreviations for Power Forms of the Formula Used to Compute Electrical Power Sequence Used for Power Measurement using a DC Wattmeter Wattage Rating of Resistors Electrical Power Safety Precautions Power Formula Proportions Application of Watt's Law 2005 Texas Trade and Industrial Education Electronics: Power 2 Terms and Definitions A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. Electrical power- The rate of doing work by electrons moving through a resistive material Watt The unit of measurement for power (NOTE: One watt of power is expended when one ampere is flowing through one ohm of resistance) Kilowatt- 1,000 watts Kilowatthours Energy, in kilowatts, multiplied by the time in hours Example: A circuit drawing 1.5 kilowatts of power for 5 hours uses 7.5 kilowatthours of electrical energy Fuse- An electrical device which protects a circuit from excessive power or current Example: Excessive current m ...

  • 10 Pages

    E1_Law_of_Multiple_Proportions

    Cornell, CHEM 2090

    Excerpt: ... )2 into copper(II) oxide, CuO, nitrogen dioxide, NO2, and molecular oxygen, O2, Cu(NO3)2(aq) CuO(s) + NO2(g) + O2(g) (unbalanced) (3) In the third step, CuO is converted to copper(II) chloride, CuCl2, by addition of hydrochloric acid, HCl, CuO(s) + HCl(aq) CuCl2(aq) + H2O(l) Zn, (unbalanced) (4) In the fourth step, CuCl2 is converted to copper metal, Cu, by reaction with zinc metal, (5) CuCl2(aq) + Zn(s) Cu(s) + ZnCl2(aq) The excess zinc metal is converted to zinc(II) chloride, ZnCl2, and molecular hydrogen, H2, by reaction with excess HCl, Zn(s) + HCl(aq) ZnCl2(aq) + H2(g) (unbalanced) (6) If the masses of these reactants and products are carefully determined, it is possible to use these data to show that the compounds of copper and bromine illustrate the law of multiple proportions. Safety Precautions : Safety goggles must be worn at all times while you are in the laboratory. Nitric and hydrochloric acids are corrosive and must be kept off skin and clothing. If you get it into your eye ...

  • 1 Pages

    Exec

    Penn State, SMD 301

    Excerpt: ... Loyola/Notre Dame Library, Baltimore, MD Thesis Proposal Sandra DiRupo Construction Management Dr. Horman Dec. 18, 2007 Executive Summary In this thesis proposal, my four analyses have been selected for further thesis research. I plan to concentrate on the following topics, two of which will be my breadth studies outside of the construction management option: 1.) Depth Analysis 1: Case Study: Sustainability in Renovations (the Pentagon) 2.) Depth Analysis 2: Construction Zones Occupied: Incorporating ICRA safety precautions into construction documents and planning. 3.) Breadth Analysis 3: Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Load Calculations of Existing vs. New Energy-saving Cooling Tower (Incorporate Cost difference for CM) 4.) Breadth Analysis 4: Prefabricated Curtain Wall: Analysis of affected structural elements such as slabs and columns (Incorporate schedule and cost problems for CM) These four analysis proposals have been modified after speaking with Dr. Horman on Jan. 14th, 2008. I feel that I will be abl ...

  • 3 Pages

    5B_Vertebrate_Animal

    Arkansas, K 09

    Excerpt: ... Vertebrate Animal Form (5B) Required for all research involving vertebrate animals that is conducted at a Regulated Research Institution. (IACUC approval required before experimentation.) Student's Name Title of Project Title and Protocol Number of IACUC Approved Project To be completed by Qualified Scientist or Principal Investigator: 1. Was this a student-generated idea or was it a subset of your work? 2. Have you reviewed the ISEF Rules relevant to this project? 3. What laboratory training, including dates, was provided to the student? 4. Species of animals used: 5. USDA Pain Category designated for this study: Number of animals used: 6. Describe, in detail, the role of the student in this project: procedures and equipment they were involved with, oversight provided and safety precautions employed. (Attach extra pages if necessary.) 7. Attach a copy of the Regulated Research Institution IACUC Approval. A letter from the Qualified Scientist or Principal Investigator is not sufficient. Certification o ...

  • 3 Pages

    E3ChemRxns

    Cornell, CHEM 2090

    Excerpt: ... (S2O32) to form a soluble complex ion [Ag(S2O3)23], releasing bromide ions (Br) into solution: 2" AgBr (s) + 4 Na + (aq) + 2 S2O3 (aq) # $ Ag(S2O3 ) 3" (aq) + 4 Na + (aq) + Br" (aq) # 2 (4) ! In this example, in which the ligands (S2O32) are anions, the complexation reaction is similar to an ordinary double-displacement metathesis reaction. When neutral ligands such as NH3 or H2O are involved, however, the reactions are better described as single-displacement reactions. For example, ammonia can displace chloride in solid zinc chloride (ZnCl2) to give a complex ion: ZnCl2 (s) + 4 NH 3 (aq) " # Zn(NH 3 ) 2+ (aq) + 2 Cl$ (aq) " 4 (5) Safety Precautions : ! Safety goggles must be worn at all times while you are in the laboratory. BaCl2 is quite toxic. Be sure to wash your hands after handling it. Chemical burns can result when 6 M HCl comes in contact with skin. If you spill 6 M HCl on your skin, immediately wash the affected area with water. Continue washing with water for 15 minu ...

  • 15 Pages

    E3_Chemical_Reactions

    Cornell, CHEM 2090

    Excerpt: ... s (Br-) into solution: AgBr(s) + 4 Na+(aq) + 2 S2O32(aq) Ag(S2O3)23(aq) + 4 Na+(aq) + Br-(aq) (4) In this example, in which the ligands (S2O32) are anions, the complexation reaction is similar to an ordinary double-displacement metathesis reaction. When neutral ligands such as NH3 or H2O are involved, however, the reactions are better described as single-displacement reactions. For example, ammonia can displace the chloride ion in solid zinc chloride (ZnCl2) to give a complex ion: ZnCl2(s) + 4 NH3(aq) Zn(NH3)42+(aq) + 2 Cl(aq) (5) Experiment 3: Chemical Reactions 22 Safety Precautions : Safety goggles must be worn at all times while you are in the laboratory. BaCl2 is quite toxic. Be sure to wash your hands after handling it. Chemical burns can result when 6 M HCl comes in contact with skin. If you spill 6 M HCl on your skin, immediately wash the affected area with water. Continue washing with water for 15 minutes. Have a classmate notify your instructor. NaOH is especially caustic to t ...

  • 3 Pages

    HPSC1400_Lecture_17

    Allan Hancock College, HPSC 1400

    Excerpt: ... 5. Human data showing at least one incidence of cancer correlated with exposure EPA CRITERIA 1. A carcinogen is any agent which increases tumor induction in man or animals 2. Induction of benign tumors sufcient to convict a chemical of carcinogenicity 7. Concept of threshold for carcinogen not valid 9. Any substance carcinogenic for animals must be considered carcinogenic hazard to man The opposing sides put forward what they considered to be appropriate criteria for establishing that a substance was carcinogenic (only selected criteria given above) Where to Make the Facts? You can see how available evidence when measured against these criteria could produce very different outcomes. In the US, the evidence was debated, the criteria were debated and the Judge sided with the EPAs case that A/D should be labeled carcinogenic. In the UK the decision made in a very different way by Panel of expert advisers as part of the Pesticide Safety Precautions Scheme run by MAFF Behind clos ...

  • 2 Pages

    Group 3 Outline S06

    CSU LA, HS 370

    Excerpt: ... caused by Environmental Hazards? II. LEAD A. B. B. C. C. D. D. Why are children at risk of lead caused diseases? The exposures and sources of entry. The dangers of exposures to lead Efforts towards protection. III. PHTHALATES A. What is Phthalates? A. B. How does Phthalates affect children? B. C. How can the exposure of Phthalates be prevented? C. A. A. B. B. C. D. What is Asthma? What are the different causations of Asthma? How Air Pollution affects children? Prevention/Tips IV. IV. ASTHMA IV. MOLD & OTHER FUNGUSES A. What is Mold? B. How does Mold affect childrens health? B. C. What are some of the safety precautions in preventing contact to Mold and other Funguses? VI. CONCLUSION! ...

  • 10 Pages

    E1MultiPropsF08_Revised

    Cornell, CHEM 2090

    Excerpt: ... sses of the reactants and products can be determined. In combination with the results of part I, it should then be possible to show that the ! compounds of copper and bromine illustrate the law of multiple proportions. Safety Precautions : Safety goggles must be worn at all times while you are in the laboratory. Sodium hydroxide, sulfuric acid, and hydrochloric acid are all corrosive and must be kept off skin and clothing. If you get it into your eyes, immediately flush them with water for at least 15 minutes. If you spill it on your clothing, remove the affected clothing before rinsing with water for 15 minutes. Notify your lab instructor, who will assist you. Bromine gas is corrosive to all body tissues and may cause serious burns. Excessive inhalation of vapors may be very irritating and damaging to the respiratory tract and lungs. Perform any reaction that evolves Br2 gas in the fume hood. If you should accidentally inhale any Br2 gas, notify your instructor immediately. Flammable materials ...