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Mechanical Engineering Instructional Laboratory and Student Shop Safety Guidelines To insure safe practices in our laboratories the Department of Mechanical Engineering has adopted the following guidelines. These guidelines will be consistently enforced and non-compliance will result in suspension from the laboratory. We believe that having an understanding of inherent hazards and learning how to be safe should be an integral and important part of the education process. All students must understand and agree to the information in this document, and must sign the declaration prior to undertaking any work in the laboratory Wear eye protection at all times in the laboratory. Shoes must completely cover the foot. No sandals are allowed. Dress properly during all laboratory activities. Long hair, dangling jewelry, and loose or baggy clothing are a hazard in the laboratory. Long hair must be tied back and dangling jewelry and loose or baggy clothing must be secured. Never work in the laboratory alone, always have another qualified person in the area Wearing an "IPod" or other device that interferes with hearing is not allowed.
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