Chapter 01 - Chapter 1 Safety and Tools Objectives Explain...

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Chapter 1 Safety and Tools
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Objectives Explain how safety practices are part of professional behavior. Dress safely and professionally. Recognize fire hazards.
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Inspect equipment and tools for unsafe conditions. Explain the procedures for responding to an accident. Identify substances that could be hazardous materials. Objectives
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Objectives Identify and describe the purpose of hand tools found in a basic automotive technician’s tool set. Describe the use of common power tools found in an automotive service department.
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Objectives Describe some of the specialty tools used to service automatic transmissions. Explain the importance of safety and accident prevention in an automotive shop. Explain principles of personal safety.
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Objectives Understand procedures and precautions for safely using tools and equipment. Understand precautions to safely raise a vehicle on a lift. Understand proper lifting techniques.
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Objectives Know how to extinguish common types of fires. Safely work around batteries. Describe the purpose of the laws concerning hazardous wastes and materials.
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Terminology Caustic - The ability to destroy or eat through something; caustic materials are considered extremely corrosive Corrosivity - How likely a substance is to destroy or eat away at other substances
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Terminology Flammability - How well a substance supports combustion Hydrocarbon - A substance composed of hydrogen and carbon atoms
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Terminology Ignitability - How easily a substance will catch fire Reactivity - How easily a substance can cause or be part of a chemical reaction
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Terminology Shank - The part of a shoe that protects the ball of a foot Toxicity - The poisonous nature of a substance Volatility - How easily a substance vaporizes
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Eye protection must be worn in the shop. Caution should be taken when working with
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