Safety Test
General Safety, Portable Drill, Drill Press, Grinder, Bandsaw, Metal Lathe, Milling Machines, Large Saws, 3D Printer, Laser, and Portable Machines
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Part 1: General Safety
1. Eye protection must be worn at all times while working in the metal shop *
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2. Learn procedures to follow in case of fire or accidents. *
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3. Operate machines only after *
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4. Closed toed shoes are to be worn at all times *
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5. Immediately report any injury or accident, regardless of how minor, to the *
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6. Handle sharp-edged and pointed tools with care *
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7. Notify a _______ when you find a tool or machine that is out of adjustment *
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8. Adjustments and measurements must be made when the *
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9. Electrical tools require special rules such as *
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10. Your undivided attention must be given to *
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11. Start and stop your own machine and remain with it until the *
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12. Before the job is completed *
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13. You will be held responsible for vandalism *
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14. Compressed air is very dangerous. Students using compressed air should: *
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15. While in the shop *
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16. Machines are not to be operated while a mentor or teacher is out of the room *
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17. After cutting or milling metal, the edges are sharp. You should *
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18. Never wear gloves when operating or cleaning a rotating tool. *
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19. Before using any tool you should first make sure that *
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20. If you drop a large object, should you *
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21. Remove burrs before working; gloves are required for handling large pieces *
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22. Place scraps or trimmings in metal waste container and return the machine to normal position *
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23. If you are uncertain about the step-up or any aspect of the operation, you should *
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24. Never operate any tool without the appropriate guard in place *
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Part 2: Portable Drill
25. Eye protection must be worn when using the portable drill *
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26. Before drilling into metal, you should first make sure that *
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27.When using the portable drill all work pieces must be *
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28. Hold the portable drill firmly at all times *
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29. If a work piece is caught by the drill *
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30. To prevent accidents while using the portable drill, you should *
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31. After you are finished with the portable drill, you should *
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Part 3: Drill Press
32. Always use the chuck key to make sure the drill bit is securely fastened *
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33. You should _______ hold the work-piece by hand when using the drill press *
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34. Larger drills should turn at slower speeds than smaller drills *
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35. ____________ may cause accidents around machinery *
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36. Attempting to open the chuck while the machine is moving can result in *
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37. Procedures to follow before actually using the drill press should include: *
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38. Adjustments must be made with the machine at a dead stop except for the variable which must be set with the machine running *
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39. Remove the chuck key immediately after using it *
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40. If a work piece is caught by the drill *
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41. Any special operation requires *
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42. The drill press table should be locked in place *
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43. ________ must be kept away from moving parts *
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44. Be sure that the drill bit is sharp *
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45. In order to prevent the drill bit from binding or grabbing: *
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46. To remove a burr use *
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47. When the machine is at a dead stop use _____ to remove chips and shavings *
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48. When finished using the drill press *
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Part 4: Grinder
49. Safety goggles must be worn before operating the grinder *
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50. You should have knowledge of how the grinder works before using it *
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51. You should touch the wheel while it is turning. *
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Part 5: Bandsaw
52. Eye protection must be worn when working around the bandsaw *
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53. Adjustments must be made with the machine at a dead stop *
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54. When cutting unusual pieces of metal, you should *
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55. No one should stand on the right side of the bandsaw because *
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56. When using the horizontal bandsaw, you should make sure that *
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57. If the blade breaks, shut off the machine and call a mentor *
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58. When finished cutting *
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59. Be careful not to crown, cramp, twist, or bend the saw blade *
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60. When clearing your machine of metal chips or handling a a freshly cut piece of metal you should *
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Part 6: Metal Lathe
61. Eye protection must be worn when working around the metal lathe. *
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62. Attached chips are sharp and can cause injury *
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63. Irregular shapes take *
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64. The depth of cut is regulated by *
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65. Keep hands away from all chips and revolving parts. *
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66. In normal circumstances, do not measure stock while it is rotating. *
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67. Remove jewelry, eliminate loose clothing, and secure long hair before operating the metal lathe. *
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68. Chatter indicates something is wrong. Stop machine and check setup, tool bit, etc. *
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69. Allow machine to reach a dead stop before reversing rotation *
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Part 7: Mill
70. Eye protection must be worn when working around the milling machine. *
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71. Make adjustments or set-ups only when *
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72. Which of the items below could be used to securely fasten your work piece? *
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73. Milling machine cutters are sharp and must be handled carefully. *
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74. When a machine is at a dead stop, chips can be removed *
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75. After you are finished using the milling machine, you should *
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76. Check and set the proper speed, feed, and depth of cut before starting the milling machine. *
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77. Floor around the milling machine should be kept clean. *
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78. If a piece begins to vibrate while you are working on it, you should *
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Part 8: Sander
79. Besides improper placement of your hands, which of the following is a possible cause of accidents around the sander? *
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Part 9: Large Saw
80. If you need to cut a small piece (i.e. you have to put you hand closer than 4 inches from the blade), you should *
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81. After cutting through the material, you should let the blade come to a complete stop before raising back to its starting position *
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82. Make sure that the guard is in place before attempting a cut *
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83. The best time to make an adjustment on the saw is *
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84. You should wear hearing and eye protection when using the chop saw for extended periods of time *
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Part 10: 3D Printer
85. What is the extruder? *
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86. You should touch the extruder or the bed when the printer is heating up or readying a print *
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87. You shouldn't touch any part of the printer while it is printing *
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Part 11: Laser Cutter
88. You should use the laser with no previous knowledge of how it works *
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89. You should try to touch the laser while it is moving *
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Part 12: Other
90. You should touch the moving parts of a portable machine *
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91. You should never plug the battery in after using a portable machine *
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92. Should you EVER touch the CNC unless you understand how to use it fully and know exactly what you are doing? *
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And remember, common sense is the most important safety tool!
(Basically if it moves don't touch it and ALWAYS were safety glasses when using any tool)
93. Where do Soda Cans AND Plastic Water Bottles go once you have finished them? *
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Part 13: Fire Safety
94. What is the best way to extinguish a Lithium-Ion Battery fire? *
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95. When a battery leaks, how should you handle it? *
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96. What should be used to neutralize neutralize any exposed acid electrolyte (battery acid leak)? *
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97. To operate a fire extinguisher one must pull, aim, squeeze, and _________ . *
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98. What does a class A fire involve? *
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99. What does a class B fire involve? *
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100. What does a class C fire involve? *
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101. What does a class D fire involve? *
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102. In the event there is a battery/electrical fire, what class extinguisher must be used? *
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103. When you see an item or part not in its correct place, what do you do? *
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104. What is the last thing to do before leaving? *
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