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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Industrial Safety
Course: AIT100

First Term: 2019 Fall
Lecture   1.0 Credit(s)   1.0 Period(s)   1.0 Load  
Subject Type: Occupational
Load Formula: T- Lab Load

Description: Safety requirements for all National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) duty areas.

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Adhere to all of the safety, health, and environmental rules and regulations to avoid workplace injury and maximize machine productivity.(I-XXX)
2. Demonstrate ethical behavior and industry professional standards. (I-XXX)
3. Practice effective oral and written communication. (I-XXX)
4. Achieve common goals through effective collaboration. (I-XXX)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Roles and responsibilities for safety, health, and environment.
II. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and other federal and state safety requirements for the workplace.
III. Common industrial hazards per OSHA standards
   A. Ergonomics
   B. Laser safety
   C. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) arc flash
   D. Confined space
IV. Lockout/tagout (LOTO) program
   A. LOTO process
   B. Test to ensure a zero energy state
V. Select appropriate personal protective equipment per job.
VI. Locate a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), interpret the information
VII. Proper fall protection
   A. Working at heights
   B. Sling ladders, scaffolding, and lifts
VIII. Hazardous situations (i.e. apply proper procedures to the situation)
IX. Process to perform a job safety analysis
X. Principles of the 6S Program
   A. Sort
   B. Sweep
   C. Sanitize
   D. Set-to-order
   E. Sustain
   F. Safety
XI. Fuel source and selection of correct fire extinguisher class
XII. Machine guarding for mechanical power transmission systems purpose
XIII. Required machine guarding for mechanical power transmission systems
XIV. Safely store and dispose
   A. Lubricants
   B. Maintenance chemicals
XV. Required machine guarding for fluid power systems
XVI. Safe procedures for removing
   A. Stored hydraulic or pneumatic energy
   B. Systems with accumulators and compressed air reservoirs
XVII. Dangers of personal contact
   A. Pressurized hydraulic
   B. Pneumatic streams
XVIII. Procedures to avoid oil fire hazards
XIX. Guidelines to avoid contact with hot surfaces in fluid power systems
XX. National Electrical Code (NEC) safety regulations
XXI. Safety procedures
   A. Tightening electrical conductors and components
   B. Disconnecting electrical conductors and components
   C. Connecting electrical conductors and components
XXII. Hazards and avoiding personal contact with live electrical systems
XXIII. Guidelines on the safe approach distances while working on electrical systems
XXIV. Safety procedures
   A. Disconnecting electronic components
   B. Connecting electronic components
XXV. Hazards and precautionary safety procedures for working with electronic systems
XXVI. Standards to adhere to grounding safety procedures
XXVII. NFPA 70E arc flash guidelines (i.e. their importance)
XXVIII. Safety procedures
   A. Disconnecting process control components
   B. Connecting process control components
XXIX. Hazards and precautionary safety procedures for working with process control systems
XXX. Environmental rules and regulations (i.e. could be impacted while working with process control systems)
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: March 26, 2019

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