Level 1 Tool and Safety Review (Nehring MW 5:30pm)
This is Part 2 of the process to gain access to the School of Art Woodshop. If you have not attended the Introduction and Orientation session, you need to do that before proceeding. If you have questions, contact Brad Smith.
Email address *
Name (First and Last) *
Your answer
WIN - This is your WMU ID number on the back of your Bronco Card *
Your answer
Today's Date *
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The following relates to Woodshop Safety. If you are not sure of the correct answer, visit the woodshop website (www.wmuwoodshop.com) including the "Woodshop Handbook" page to find the answer. It is important for your safety that you are able to answer all of the questions correctly.
Eye Protection Must be Worn: *
1 point
Proper Footwear in the Woodshop is: *
1 point
Those Persons Allowed to Work in the Shop are: *
1 point
Equipment and Tools Available to Use are: *
1 point
What Materials are Provided Free of Charge? *
1 point
The First Priority when Working at a Machine is: *
1 point
Before Turning On a Stationary Machine I need to: *
1 point
Identify this Machine *
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Please Select One Correct Answer to the Questions Below
On the Bandsaw, the Correct Blade Guard Setting is: *
1 point
The Minimum Holding Distance from Blades is: *
1 point
When Using the Sanding Machines it is best to: *
1 point
When Sanding Material on the Disc Side of the Combination Sander, I will Remember to Sand on the: *
1 point
When Using the Drill Press I Need to Remember to: *
1 point
When Using the Air-powered Sanders I should: *
1 point
At the Scroll Saw, Before I Make any Cuts, I need to be sure that: *
1 point
I can use my Phone and/or Text in the Woodshop when: *
1 point
WAIVER AND RELEASE - It is very important that you read and understand the following:
I hereby waive and release, hold harmless and forever discharge Western Michigan University (WMU), Frostic School of Art, Brad Smith (Woodshop Supervisor) and any employees, of and from any and all claims, demands, expenses, causes of action, lawsuits, damages and liabilities, of every kind and nature arising from or in any way related to my participation in any of the events or activities conducted by, on the premises of, or for the benefit of the Frostic School of Art Woodshop and WMU. *
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I understand that woodworking is a potentially dangerous activity and that there is risk of injury, including severe personal injury arising from these activities if I fail to adhere to the proper safety precautions. *
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I agree that I will not use tools and equipment that I have not been tested on and approved to use, and if at any time I believe conditions to be unsafe or I am unsure about the safety of a procedure, I will immediately discontinue participation in the activity and ask for help before proceeding. *
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By this waiver I assume any risk and take full responsibility and waive any claims of personal injury, death or damage to personal property associated with the Frostic School of Art Woodshop including, but not limited to using, the facility and its equipment in any manner, form or fashion, and participating and/or engaging in any woodwork or related activities on or off the premises. *
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I have read, understand, and fully agree to the terms of this Waiver and Release. I have signed this agreement freely and voluntarily. My signature (printed below) is proof of my intention to execute a complete and unconditional Waiver and Release of all liability to the full extent of the law. I am 18 years of age or older and mentally competent to enter into this waiver. Print full name below if you agree. *
Your answer
Almost Done! Click "View your score" after you submit to check any incorrect answers. Once this form is submitted you can select your wood for the non-objective sculpture and begin working in the woodshop. You need to "check-in" when you come in to work - find your name and put a check mark on the day you are working. This only needs to be done once per day.
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