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SHOP SAFETY
Keeping you and those around
you safe
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FIRE SAFETY
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Places causing a fire
hazard:
Oily shop towels
Gasoline
Cleaning solvents
Torch
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Preventions
Fire extinguishers
Fire blankets
Oily rag containers
Flammable cabinet
PERSONAL SAFETY
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Safety glasses
Safety Goggles
Face Shield
PERSONAL SAFETY
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Proper clothing
Personal Safety
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Lifting heavy objects
Lifting cars
Floor spills
Use the correct lifting tools
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PERSONAL SAFETY
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Poisonous gases
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Carbon Monoxide
Teen’s death in
garage an accident
By Michael Puente
Daily Herald Staff Writer
Posted Wednesday, February 08, 2006
A 14-year-old Rolling Meadows High School freshman was remembered Tuesday,
following her unexpected death, as a good friend and student.
Ossiris Ibanez was found dead inside a running automobile parked in a garage in
Cicero, according to police.
Cicero police were called to the home on the 2100 block of South 61st Avenue on
Monday afternoon.
There, they found Ibanez with 17-year-old Jorge Gomez, who lived at the address
and was a student at Morton East High School in Cicero.
The two were found unconscious inside of the automobile. The two apparently
died from carbon monoxide that built up in the garage, according to police.
Police were called to the scene when Gomez’s parents reported him missing. The
parents later found that the door to the garage was locked and they could not get
in.
“The garage was locked from the inside. They found the two unconscious. They
were pronounced dead at the scene by the medical examiner,” police spokesman
Dan Proft said. “The theory is, absent any new evidence, it was accidental due to
carbon monoxide. The car was still running. It’s a tragic error in judgment.”
Proft said it doesn’t appear that any foul play is involved in the deaths.
“They were either friends or boyfriend and girlfriend. There was no foul play. It
was an accident,” Proft said. “Both were good kids, as we understand.”
School officials for Northwest Suburban High School District 214 said Ibanez was
a good student at Rolling Meadows High School.
“From all accounts, she was a very popular young lady, according to her friends,”
said district spokeswoman Venetia Miles. “She was a very nice young girl. Very
happy and always willing to help anyone.”
Because of her popularity, high school officials sought out Ibanez’s friends to offer
emotional support once the friends learned of her death, Miles said.
Funeral arrangements for Ibanez are pending.
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Personal Safety
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Asbestos
Brake Dust
Road Dirt
Insulation
Personal Safety
Lifting cars
Floor Jacks
Lifts
Alignment rack
Floor spills
Rags
Floor dry
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DRIVING
Must possess a
valid drivers
license.
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places only.
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in and out of the
shop area.
пЃ® Look where you are
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Vehicle Safety
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Chock wheels
Key on seat
Window down
Parking brake on
Guide cars in and out
of shop
Use exhaust hoses
Disconnect (-) battery
terminal
FIRE
Spark
Oxygen
Fire
Pyramid
Fuel
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Fire Extinguishers
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Class A for common
wood, paper or fabric
fire. (water)
Class B for burning
fuels. (contains CO2)
Class C electrical
fires. (contain a
powder such as
halite)
Safety Using Floor Jacks
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Use only from side of
car in between the
front and rear wheel.
Use a jack or axle
safety stand if YOU
are going under the
car.
Don’t over extend your reach
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Use jack stands
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Secure hoods
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Safety Glasses
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You are required to
wear safety glasses
while in the lab.
Refusal to wear
glasses will result in
your removal from the
class.
Shop Towels
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There constantly
needed to keep
things clean but
when they get
oily they are a
fire hazard.
They must be
stored in an
appropriate
container.
Beware of
electricity
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Power Tools
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Hand Tools
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Broken tools
Dull Tools
Improperly used tools
Use Hand Tools Properly
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Keeps tools clean
Use tools for their designed purpose
Keep tools away from moving parts
Keep tools in proper condition
Compresses air
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Use Power Tools Properly
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Check guards and shields
Do not use if in question of operation
Never adjust while equipment is running
Know where “dead man switch” is
located
Watch while closing the garage
door
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