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ETI1701

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ETI1701 - Industrial Safety

 


Brevard

 

THIS COURSE FOCUSES ON THE THEORIES AND PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH IN A PRACTICAL AND USEFUL REAL WORLD JOB RELATED SETTING. THE MAJOR TOPICS INCLUDE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) COMPLIANCE, SAFETY STANDARDS, CODE ENFORCEMENT, ERGONOMIC HAZARDS, MECHANICAL HAZARDS, FALLING, LIFTING, ELECTRICAL HAZARDS, FIRE HAZARDS, INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE, RADIATION, NOISE, EMERGENCIES, AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY.

 

I. THE STUDENT WILL DISCUSS ACCIDENTS AND THEIR EFFECTS. (5 LEC)

 A. IDENTIFY THE LEADING CAUSES OF ACCIDENTAL DEATHS

 B. IDENTIFY THE REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY (RSI)

 C. CALCULATE THE COST OF ACCIDENTS

 D. SUMMARIZE THE IMPACT OF ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES

 E. EXPLAIN THE DOMINO THEORY OF ACCIDENT CAUSATION EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

II. THE STUDENT WILL DEFINE OSHA STANDARDS AND LIABILITY. (5 LEC)

 A. DEFINE THE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF OSHA

 B. SUMMARIZE THE OSHA STANDARDS

 C. EXPLAIN THE CITATIONS AND PENALTIES PROCEDURE

 D. LIST ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS AND COMMON CAUSES EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

III. THE STUDENT WILL EXPLAIN PRODUCT SAFETY AND LIABILITY. (5 LEC)

 A. STATE PRODUCT LIABILITY AND THE LAW

 B. EXPRESS A PRODUCT SAFETY PROGRAM

 C. DEFINE A SAFETY PROGRAM RECORD KEEPING EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

IV. THE STUDENT WILL DESCRIBE ERGONOMIC HAZARDS. (5 LEC)

 A. LIST HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMIC HAZARDS

 B. SUMMARIZE A WORKSITE ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR ERGONOMICS

 C. LIST THE ERGONOMIC PROBLEMS SOLVING STRATEGIES

 D. LIST THE CUMMULATIVE TRAUMA DISORDERS (CTDS) EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

V. THE STUDENT WILL CHARACTERIZE WORKPLACE HAZARDS. (4 LEC)

 A. LIST COMMON MECHANICAL INJURIES

 B. LIST THE APPROPRIATE MACHINE SAFEGUARDING TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF ACCIDENTS

 C. STATE THE OSHA MACHINE GUARDING STANDARD

 D. DEFINE THE POINT OF OPERATION DEVICES

 E. EXPLAIN LOCKOUT/TAGOUT SYSTEMS

 F. STATE THE OSHA FALL PROTECTION STANDARD

 G. EXPLAIN IMPACT AND ACCELEREATION HAZARDS

 H. IDENTIFY LIFTING HAZARDS

 I. EXPLAIN THE PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)

 J. EXPLAIN TEMPERATURE EXTREME HAZARDS

 K. EXPLAIN THE SOURCES OF PRESSURE HAZARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

VI. THE STUDENT WILL DISTINGUISH ELECTRICAL AND FIRE HAZARDS (4 LEC)

 A. IDENTIFY THE SOURCES OF FIRE HAZARDS

 B. STATE FIRE DANGERS TO HUMANS

 C. STATE THE OSHA FIRE STANDARDS

 D. IDENTIFY THE SOURCES OF EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

VII. THE STUDENT WILL DETAIL INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE. (4 LEC)

 A. STATE OSHA PROCESS SAFETY STANDARD

 B. IDENTIFY HAZARDS IN THE WORKPLACE

 C. STATE THE EFFECTS OF AIRBORNE TOXICS

 D. IDENTIFY AND GIVE EXAMPLES OF THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND "SICK-BUILDING" SYNDROME

 E. STATE THE OSHA CONFINED SPACE STANDARD

 F. STATE THE OSHA TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS STANDARD EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

VIII. THE STUDENT WILL DEFINE NOISE AND VIBRATION HAZARDS (4 LEC)

 A. IDENTIFY THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOUND

 B. STATE THE PRIMARY SOURCES OF STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

 C. IDENTIFY AND LIST HAZARDOUS NOISE CONDITIONS

 D. EXAMINE NOISE CONTROL STRATEGIES

 E. LIST VIBRATION HAZARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

IX. THE STUDENT WILL IDENTIFY EMERGENCIES. (4 LEC)

 A. STATE THE EMERGENCY PLANNING AND COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT (EPCRA)

 B. SUMMARIZE THE OSHA STANDARDS DEALING WITH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

 C. SHOW AN EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN (EAP)

 D. LIST EXAMPLES OF WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES

 E. STATE THE OSHA STANDARDS FOR EVACUATION PLANNING EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

X. THE STUDENT WILL DESCRIBE HAZARD ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION. (4 LEC)

 A. LIST A PRELIMINARY HAZARD ANALYSIS

 B. SUMMARIZE A FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (FMEA)

 C. LABEL HAZARD PREVENTION AND DETERRENCE

 D. STATE THE OSHA REGULATION FOR CHEMICAL SPILLS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

XI. THE STUDENT WILL EXPLAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY. (4 LEC)

 A. SUMMARIZE THE CLEAN AIR ACT

 B. LIST HAZARDS OF THE ENVIRONMENT

 C. STATE OSHA HAZARDOUS WASTE STANDARD

 E. IDENTIFY THE ISO 14000 SERIES OF STANDARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST


Florida Gulf Coast

 

STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE ANY NEW OR REVISED SAFETY PROCEDURES. UPDATE PERSONNEL ABOUT CURRENT SAFETY GUIDELINES. WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE). FOLLOW AREA-POSTED SAFETY GUIDELINES. DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF, AND FOLLOW APPLICABLE SAFETY LAWS AND REGULATIONS AND THE ENVIRONMENT (E.G., OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA)). MAINTAIN A CLEAN AND SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT. MAINTAIN PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT. REPORT UNSAFE CONDITIONS/PRACTICES. LOCATE EMERGENCY EXITS AND ALARMS. COMPLY WITH COMPANY-ESTABLISHED SAFETY PRACTICES. USE APPROPRIATE FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES. APPLY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) SAFETY STANDARDS PROPERLY. DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF WHEN A MACHINE OR A PROCESS SHOULD BE STOPPED TO INVESTIGATE OR CORRECT A HAZARD. DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF REGULATORY AGENCY FINES AND REQUIREMENT FOR CORRECTIVE ACTIONS. DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF GOVERNMENT AND COMPANY PROCEDURES, RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS. DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES. USE AND EVALUATE INFORMATION RESOURCES SUCH AS MSDS (MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS). DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (NIOSH), ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) AND OTHER REGULATORY AGENCIES RECOMMENDATIONS, GUIDELINES AND BEST PRACTICES. DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO SAFELY IDENTIFY, HANDLE, MONITOR AND MEASURE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

 


Indian River State College

 

AT THE COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO:

 1. EXPLAIN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES.

 2. PERFORM INDUSTRIAL CLEARANCE AND TAGGING.

 3. IDENTIFY INDUSTRIAL PLANT ELECTRICAL SAFETY HAZARDS.

 4. DEMONSTRATE THE SAFETY ISSUES CONCERNING CHEMICALS, GASES, AND SOLVENTS.

 5. DEMONSTRATE ADVANCED RADIATION EXPOSURE AND CONTAMINATION CONTROL PROCEDURES.

 6. DISCUSS SAFETY ISSUES CONCERNING WORKING FROM HEIGHTS AND IN CONFINED SPACES.

 7. EXPLAIN THE SAFETY PROCEDURES FOR WORKING WITH TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT.

 8. DEMONSTRATE BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF FIRST AID AND CPR.

 9. EXPLAIN FIRE SAFETY PROCEDURES IN THE POWER PLANT.


Palm Beach State College

 

1.DEMONSTRATE A KNOWLEDGE OF BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH, AND SAFETY ISSUES

2.IDENTIFY INTERNAL/EXTERNAL SAFETY POLICIES

3.IDENTIFY HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS

4.IDENTIFY APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

5.DOCUMENT SAFETY ACTIVITIES

6.ENFORCE HAZMAT PROCEDURES/REGULATIONS

7.ENFORCE SAFETY REGULATIONS

8.IMPLEMENT EMERGENCY DISASTER PROCEDURES

9.IMPLEMENT SAFETY TRAINING/SCHEDULES

10.MANAGE MSDS LIBRARY

11.DEMONSTRATE A KNOWLEDGE OF GENERAL SAFETY TECHNIQUES

 

 

THIS COURSE FOCUSES ON THE THEORIES AND PRINCIPLES OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH IN A PRACTICAL AND USEFUL REAL WORLD JOB RELATED SETTING. THE MAJOR TOPICS INCLUDE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) COMPLIANCE, SAFETY STANDARDS, CODE ENFORCEMENT, ERGONOMIC HAZARDS, MECHANICAL HAZARDS, FALLING, LIFTING, ELECTRICAL HAZARDS, FIRE HAZARDS, INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE, RADIATION, NOISE, EMERGENCIES, AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY.
Objectives/Learning
Outcome(s)/Major Topics
I. THE STUDENT WILL DISCUSS ACCIDENTS AND THEIR EFFECTS. (5 LEC) A. IDENTIFY THE LEADING CAUSES OF ACCIDENTAL DEATHS B. IDENTIFY THE REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY (RSI) C. CALCULATE THE COST OF ACCIDENTS D. SUMMARIZE THE IMPACT OF ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES E. EXPLAIN THE DOMINO THEORY OF ACCIDENT CAUSATION EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST II. THE STUDENT WILL DEFINE OSHA STANDARDS AND LIABILITY. (5 LEC) A. DEFINE THE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF OSHA B. SUMMARIZE THE OSHA STANDARDS C. EXPLAIN THE CITATIONS AND PENALTIES PROCEDURE D. LIST ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS AND COMMON CAUSES EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST III. THE STUDENT WILL EXPLAIN PRODUCT SAFETY AND LIABILITY. (5 LEC) A. STATE PRODUCT LIABILITY AND THE LAW B. EXPRESS A PRODUCT SAFETY PROGRAM C. DEFINE A SAFETY PROGRAM RECORD KEEPING EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST IV. THE STUDENT WILL DESCRIBE ERGONOMIC HAZARDS. (5 LEC) A. LIST HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMIC HAZARDS B. SUMMARIZE A WORKSITE ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR ERGONOMICS C. LIST THE ERGONOMIC PROBLEMS SOLVING STRATEGIES D. LIST THE CUMMULATIVE TRAUMA DISORDERS (CTDS) EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST V. THE STUDENT WILL CHARACTERIZE WORKPLACE HAZARDS. (4 LEC) A. LIST COMMON MECHANICAL INJURIES B. LIST THE APPROPRIATE MACHINE SAFEGUARDING TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF ACCIDENTS C. STATE THE OSHA MACHINE GUARDING STANDARD D. DEFINE THE POINT OF OPERATION DEVICES E. EXPLAIN LOCKOUT/TAGOUT SYSTEMS F. STATE THE OSHA FALL PROTECTION STANDARD G. EXPLAIN IMPACT AND ACCELEREATION HAZARDS H. IDENTIFY LIFTING HAZARDS I. EXPLAIN THE PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE) J. EXPLAIN TEMPERATURE EXTREME HAZARDS K. EXPLAIN THE SOURCES OF PRESSURE HAZARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST VI. THE STUDENT WILL DISTINGUISH ELECTRICAL AND FIRE HAZARDS (4 LEC) A. IDENTIFY THE SOURCES OF FIRE HAZARDS B. STATE FIRE DANGERS TO HUMANS C. STATE THE OSHA FIRE STANDARDS D. IDENTIFY THE SOURCES OF EXPLOSIVE HAZARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST VII. THE STUDENT WILL DETAIL INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE. (4 LEC) A. STATE OSHA PROCESS SAFETY STANDARD B. IDENTIFY HAZARDS IN THE WORKPLACE C. STATE THE EFFECTS OF AIRBORNE TOXICS D. IDENTIFY AND GIVE EXAMPLES OF THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND "SICK-BUILDING" SYNDROME E. STATE THE OSHA CONFINED SPACE STANDARD F. STATE THE OSHA TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS STANDARD EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST VIII. THE STUDENT WILL DEFINE NOISE AND VIBRATION HAZARDS (4 LEC) A. IDENTIFY THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOUND B. STATE THE PRIMARY SOURCES OF STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS C. IDENTIFY AND LIST HAZARDOUS NOISE CONDITIONS D. EXAMINE NOISE CONTROL STRATEGIES E. LIST VIBRATION HAZARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST IX. THE STUDENT WILL IDENTIFY EMERGENCIES. (4 LEC) A. STATE THE EMERGENCY PLANNING AND COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT (EPCRA) B. SUMMARIZE THE OSHA STANDARDS DEALING WITH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS C. SHOW AN EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN (EAP) D. LIST EXAMPLES OF WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES E. STATE THE OSHA STANDARDS FOR EVACUATION PLANNING EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST X. THE STUDENT WILL DESCRIBE HAZARD ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION. (4 LEC) A. LIST A PRELIMINARY HAZARD ANALYSIS B. SUMMARIZE A FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (FMEA) C. LABEL HAZARD PREVENTION AND DETERRENCE D. STATE THE OSHA REGULATION FOR CHEMICAL SPILLS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST XI. THE STUDENT WILL EXPLAIN ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY. (4 LEC) A. SUMMARIZE THE CLEAN AIR ACT B. LIST HAZARDS OF THE ENVIRONMENT C. STATE OSHA HAZARDOUS WASTE STANDARD E. IDENTIFY THE ISO 14000 SERIES OF STANDARDS EVALUATION: WRITTEN TEST

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