ERIC Number: ED217204
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1981-Jul
Reference Count: N/A
Safety and Health for Industrial/Vocational Education; for Supervisors and Instructors.
Firenze, Robert J.; Walters, James B.
This course is designed to enable industrial/vocational education supervisors and instructors to establish and administer effective safety and health programs in their schools. Although the course is intended as complete training to be given over a 3-day period, it may be divided into individual units for presentation over longer periods of time. Covered in the 17 units of the course are the following topics: the impact of accidents on industrial/vocational education shop programs, organization for safety and health programs, essential processes in hazard control, shop operations and hazard analysis, safety committees, accident investigation techniques, principles of good shop planning, safe working surfaces, maintaining the industrial/vocational school shop, illumination and color for safety, fire protection, health hazards, personal protective equipment, machine guarding, safety and health considerations in welding and cutting operations, and electrical safety. Each unit contains a description of methods to be used in conducting the lesson, its purpose and objectives, special terms, instructor materials, and trainee materials. (MN).
Descriptors: Accident Prevention, Administrator Guides, Behavioral Objectives, Educational Facilities, Electricity, Equipment Maintenance, Equipment Utilization, Facility Guidelines, Fire Protection, Guidelines, Health, Industrial Arts, Inservice Teacher Education, Lighting, Machine Tools, Occupational Safety and Health, Planning, Program Administration, Program Development, Safety, Safety Education, Safety Equipment, School Safety, School Shops, Secondary Education, Teaching Guides, Trade and Industrial Education, Vocational Education, Welding
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Washington, DC.; National Inst. for Occupational Safety and Health (DHHS/PHS), Cincinnati, OH. Div. of Training and Manpower Development.