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These Safety Procedures Should be Observed during
 any or all of the metal finish operations.

 
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Clear Safety Glasses: To protect the eye from flying dust, debris, welding/grinding, sparks, etc.
 
Tinted Safety Glasses: To protect the eyes from flying dust, debris, welding/grinding, sparks, etc. Also to protect the eyes from ultraviolet radiation emitted during brazing and arc cutting procedures.
 
Clear Face Shield: To protect the face, neck, and eyes from flying dust, debris, and grinding sparks.
 
Tinted Face Shields: To protect the face, neck, and eyes from flying sparks/slag.  Also to prevent severe burns caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation (arc rays-flash burns) produced during welding, brazing, and arc cutting procedures.
 
Gloves: To protect the hands from sharp metal edges, burrs, sparks, etc.
 
Hearing Protection: Ear Plugs and Ear Mufflers protect the ears from extreme noise levels produced by using air powered tools, and metal finish procedures.
 
Coveralls: To protect the body, arms, legs from arc rays, sharp metal objects, flying debris, sparks, etc.
 
Foot Protection: Hard leather uppers are required to protect the feet from hot solder splatter, welding sparks/slag, grinding sparks and residue tool dropping etc.
 
Welding Cap: To protect the face, neck and eyes from flying debris, sparks/slag.  Also, to prevent severe burns caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation (arc rays, flash burns) produced during welding.  If there are any questions/concerns regarding the protection factors of the tinted face shields, welding/brazing goggles or welding helmets contact the plant safety representative.
 

(These procedures should be observed during all metal finish operations.)
 

Clothing: Proper attire is essential.  Avoid wearing loose fitting or greasy clothing.  Wear required foot protection.  Always wear appropriate eye, face and hand protection.
 
Work Area: This is usually the responsibility of the individual.  Keep the work area clear of trash, hoses, metal shavings, trimmings, and spare parts.  Report any hazardous conditions to your Body Shop Supervisor.
 
Air powered Tools: This is also the responsibility of the individual.  All tools should be cleaned and oiled prior to use.  Proper use of the correct tool for specific tasks.  Use and maintain proper grinding habits/methods during tool usage.  Any air tool in need of repair should be turned in to the Body Shop Supervisor or the proper authority.

 

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