Safety and Health Regulations

SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATIONS

SARDIS HIGH SCHOOL- SHANNON BURNS- INSTRUCTOR.

Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

Unit 1:

Introduction

Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Students will:

1. Explain the importance of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), industry regulations, and individual responsibilities in workplace safety and health practices.

2. Describe job-related high-hazard area risk assessment techniques and the impact of accidents on industry.

  1. • Utilizing job safety analysis worksheets.

3. Compare federal and state child labor laws regarding hours and locations where youth may work, including required permits.

4. Explain worker rights according to the OSHA Safety and Health Regulations standards.

Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Students will:

1. Explain the role of OSHA in job-site safety.

2. Explain OSHA’s

General Duty Clause and 1926 CFR Subpart C

 

 

3. Describe the impact of accidents.

4. Identify the four high-hazard areas.

5. Demonstrate hazard recognition and risk assessment techniques.

6. Explain the basics of construction health.

7. Identify basic fall, electrical, fire, trenching, materials handling, and heavy equipment hazards, and explain the general safety procedures associated with them.

8. Explain and demonstrate the use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

9. Explain and identify the various signs, signals, barricades, markers, and tags used on a job site.

10. Demonstrate proper housekeeping procedures.

11. Demonstrate and understanding of assured equipment grounding conductor programs and the use of GFCIs.

12. Demonstrate and explain general hand and power tool safety guidelines.

13. Demonstrate and explain the proper use of ladders and scaffolding.

14. Explain the use of work permits and lockout / tagout procedures.

15. Demonstrate and explain the emergency procedures for trenching accidents.

16. Demonstrate proper manual lifting procedures.

17. Identify the hazards of working around or on heavy equipment.

18. Describe proper rigging safety procedures.

19. Demonstrate use of hand signals.

Essential Question(s):

How can you explain the career and social value of safety in the work place?

Content Knowledge

Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

I. Explanation of the importance of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), industry regulations, and individual responsibilities in workplace safety and health practices.

II. Description of job-related high-hazard area risk assessment techniques and the impact of accidents on industry, utilizing job safety analysis worksheets.

III. Comparison federal and state child labor laws regarding hours and locations where youth may work, including required permits.

IV. Explanation of worker rights according to the OSHA Safety and Health Regulations standards.

Review goals of unit

Pre-test

Accident versus Incidents

Review the OSHA

General Duty Clause

 

 

Review Subpart C

Review Child Labor Law public information poster

Review worker rights as per OSHA Safety & Health Regulations standards.

Dry erase board

Projection screen/computer

PowerPoint

Printed material

Web sites

Unit Assessment:

Written test and oral report

Unit/Course

CTSO Activity:

FFA Agricultural Mechanics

Unit/Course Culminating Product:

Students will develop a presentation on the importance of workplace safety.

Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

 

 

□ Other:

OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

Unit 2:

Flammable and Combustible Liquids

Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Students will:

5. Describe characteristics of flammable and combustible liquids, including flash point, flammable limits, boiling point, vapor density, vapor pressure, ignition temperature, and specific gravity.

6. Demonstrate storage and handling procedures for flammable and combustible liquids.

7. Compare classes of fire and fire extinguishers.

  1. • Discussing the proper use of fire extinguishers

Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Students will:

1. Reduce hazards in work / shop area.

2. State the three conditions necessary for combustion.

3. Match appropriate types of fire extinguishers to each class of fire.

4. Explain the use of two types of fire extinguishers.

5. Describe appropriate action in the event of a fire emergency.

Essential Question(s):

How do you safely prevent, diagnose type, and extinguish fires?

Content Knowledge

Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

I. Description of characteristics of flammable and combustible liquids, including flash point, flammable limits, boiling point, vapor density, vapor pressure, ignition temperature, and specific gravity.

II. Demonstration of storage and handling procedures for flammable and combustible liquids.

III. Comparison of classes of fire and fire extinguishers.

IV. Discussion of the proper use of fire extinguishers.

Students’ shop fire safety inspection tour.

Location of extinguishers

Types of extinguishers

Location of all flammable and combustible liquids

Identification of fire safety hazards

Plans of how to respond in event of a fire emergency

Dry erase board

Projection screen/computer

PowerPoint

Printed material

Web sites

Dry chemical fire extinguisher

Unit Assessment:

Written test and performance on shop fire safety inspection tour

Unit/Course

CTSO Activity:

FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

Unit/Course Culminating Product:

Students will complete posters on fire types and fire safety.

Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

 

□ Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

 

 

Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

Unit 3:

Means of Egress and Fire Protection

Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Students will:

8. Develop an emergency plan, including fire protection, means of egress, exit route and exits, and special concerns for confined spaces.

Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Students will:

  1. 1. Develop an emergency plan for the school agriscience facility that will include fire protection techniques, means of egress, exit route and exits, and concerns for confined spaces.

Essential Question(s):

How would you develop an emergency plan for a school facility?

Content Knowledge

Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

I. Emergency Plan

II. Means of Egress

III. Exits and Routes

IV. Confined Space Concerns

Development of an Emergency Plan

Definition of and identification of Means of Egress

Locating Exits and establishing Exit Routes

Locate, identify and address confined space concerns

Dry erase board

Projection screen/computer

PowerPoint

Printed material

Web sites

CAD

Drawing board and T-square

Unit Assessment:

Performance task and project

Unit/Course

CTSO Activity:

FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

Unit/Course Culminating Product:

Students will develop a complete emergency plan as related to fire safety, assuming they alone have the total responsibility for the safety and welfare of all of the occupants of the school facility.

Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

 

Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

 

 

Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

Unit 4:

Electrical Safety

Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Student will:

9. Explain assured equipment grounding programs.

Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

Student will:

1. Define Assured Equipment Grounding Program.

2. List steps involved in an Assured Equipment Grounding Program.

3. Identify components of an Assured Equipment Grounding Program.

Essential Question(s):

How do you determine if electrical equipment is safely grounded?

Content Knowledge

Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

 

  1. I. Visual inspection each day before use
  2. A. External defects
  3. B. Indications of internal damage
  4. II. Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI)

    Demonstration

    Lead in questions

    Discussion

     

    Web sites: www.osha.gov

     

     

    Computer

    Internet

    Projector

     

    Unit Assessment:

    Written test, complete visual inspection of lab for electrical hazards

     

    Unit/Course

    CTSO Activity:

    FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

     

    Unit/Course Culminating Product:

    Students will develop a list of Internet resources stressing the importance of electrical safety.

     

    Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

     

    Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

     

     

    Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

    Unit 5:

    General Environmental Control

    Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

    Students will:

    10. Interpret general environmental controls, safety color codes for marking physical hazards, and specifications for accident prevention signs and tags.

    Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

    Students will:

    1. Define and interpret general environmental controls

    2. Define and interpret safety color codes for marking physical hazards

    3. Define and interpret specifications for accident prevention signs and tags

    Essential Question(s):

    What are general environmental controls, safety color codes and specifications for safety signs?

    Content Knowledge

    Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

    Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

    I. General environmental controls.

    II. Safety color codes

    III. Specification for safety signs.

    View on-line OSHA standards concerning:

    General environmental controls

    Safety color codes

    Specifications for safety signs

    www.osha.gov

     

    Websites

    (CFR) Code of Federal Regulations

    Projection screen/computer

    Safety catalogs

    Text books

    Display / posters

    Unit Assessment:

    Student performance, project and data

    Unit/Course

    CTSO Activity:

    FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

    Unit/Course Culminating Product:

    Students will develop a presentation identifying safety color codes and specifications for safety signs.

    Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

     

    Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

     

     

    Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

    Unit 6:

    Machine Guarding

    Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

    Student will:

    11. Explain machine guarding general requirements for industrial and construction machines and operations.

    Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

    Students will:

    1. Define woodworking machinery related terms as per OSHA Definitions. -1910.211 of Standards-29 CFR.

    2. Identify general requirements for machine guards and types of guards as per OSHA 1910.212 of Standard -29CFR.

    3. Identify all machine specific guarding requirements.

    4. Explain operations of guarding components for construction industry machines.

    Essential Question(s):

    What are the legal and social ramifications associated with the general requirements for guarding equipment for construction industry machines?

    Content Knowledge

    Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

    Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

    I. General guarding requirements for construction machinery

    View on-line OSHA standards concerning:

    General guarding requirements for construction machines.

    Student tour shop identifying guarding equipment and general OSHA guarding requirements.

    www.osha.gov

    Web site

    Projection screen/computer

    Safety catalogs

    Text books

    Display / posters

    Unit Assessment:

    Student performance, written test, project and data.

    Unit/Course

    CTSO Activity:

    FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

    Unit/Course Culminating Product:

    Students will identify the various guards for the equipment in the school lab.

    Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

     

    Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

     

     

    Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

    Unit 7:

    Hand and Portable Power Tools

    Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

    Students will:

    12. Explain tool safety guidelines, including hand, power, power-actuated, and pneumatic tools.

    Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

    Students will:

    1. Define terms related to safety guidelines for hand, power, power-actuated, and pneumatic tools.

    2. Explain safety statements found in OSHA regulations Part 1926.301-304 of CFR 29

    Essential Question(s):

    What is the legal and social ramifications associated with tool safety guidelines for hand, power, power-actuated, and pneumatic tools?

    Content Knowledge

    Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

    Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

     

    1. I. Hand tools
    2. A. Terms
    3. B. Safety guidelines
    4. II. Power tools
      1. A. Terms

        B. Safety guidelines

        1. III. Power-actuated tools

        A. Terms

        B. Safety guidelines

        1. IV. Pneumatic tools
        2. A. Terms
        3. B. Safety guidelines

      Demonstration

      Video

      Internet search

       

      Internet

      Computer

      Projector

      PowerPoint

      Web site: www.osha.gov

       

      Unit Assessment:

      Written exam, project

       

      Unit/Course

      CTSO Activity:

      FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

       

      Unit/Course Culminating Product:

      Students will develop a presentation on the importance of tool safety.

       

      Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

       

      Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

       

       

      Course Title: Safety and Health Regulations

      Unit 8:

      Introduction to Industrial Hygiene and First Aid

      Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      13. Explain industrial and construction health and first aid procedures, including personal protection from body fluids; skin, rash, or dermatitis incidents; and oil, gas, and chemical spills.

      Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      1. Be aware of OSHA’s established threshold limit values (TLVs) of airborne contaminants for construction workers.

      2. Be aware of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and their roll in workplace safety.

      3. Identify and explain the roll of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the health of construction and industrial workers.

      4. Identify the hazards associated with body fluids; skin exposure and worker environmental related dermatitis; oil, gas, and chemical spills and preventive measures needed to safeguard the construction and industrial worker and first aid for related incidents.

      Essential Question(s):

      What are all of the components of an industrial / construction hygiene safety plan and how should these be implemented in order to be in compliance with OSHA?

      Content Knowledge

      Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

      Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

      I. Definition of TLV

      II. Definition and roll of AIHA

      III. Definition and use of MSDSs

      IV. Definition and roll of PPEs

      V. Recognition of industrial and construction environmental hazards

      View on-line OSHA standards concerning industrial and construction hygiene and first aid.

      Define terms relevant to industrial and construction safety and first aid

      Perform tour of school shop / lab identifying all environmental hazards.

      Maintain a written record identifying all environmental hazards and reference to relevant MSDS

      View safety plans for school and or local industry related to industrial/construction hygiene and first aid.

      www.osha.gov

      MSDS

      Projection screen/computer

      Record keeping materials

      Copy of local industry’s safety plan

      Unit Assessment:

      Student performance in developing a resolution, including but not limited to first aid, for a given scenario related to an industrial and or construction hygiene situation.

      Unit/Course

      CTSO Activity:

      FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

      Unit/Course Culminating Product:

      Students will develop a resolution related to first aid for an industrial hygiene situation.

      Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

       

      Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

       

       

      Course Title: Safety and Health Regulation

      Unit 9:

      Hazard Communication

      Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      14. Explain the importance of hazard communication, including signs, signals, barricades, markers, lockouts, and tags used on a job site.

      15. Explain the use of Material Safety Data sheets (MSDS).

      Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      1. Explain the purpose and importance of hazard communication as per OSHA (standards -29CFR part 1926.59).

      2. Define and give examples of use for signs, signals, barricades, markers, lockouts, and tags use on the job site.

      3. Research and explain the purpose and scope of MSDS and how to obtain these documents.

      Essential Question(s):

      What is the legal and social importance of hazard communication?

      Content Knowledge

      Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

      Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

      I. Purpose of hazard communication

      II. Types and uses of hazard communication on the job site

      III. Purpose, scope and source of MSDS

      Research the legal aspects of hazard communication on the job site

      Research for legal cases concerning job site hazard communication or the lack of

      Report on research

      PowerPoint/ Projector

      Textbooks

      Charts

      Web sites

      Handouts

      MSDS

      Unit Assessment:

      Written exam

      Unit/Course

      CTSO Activity:

      FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

      Unit/Course Culminating Product:

      Students will correctly identify hazard communication used on a job site.

      Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

       

      □ Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

       

       

      Course Title: Safety and Health Regulation

      Unit 10:

      Personal Protective Equipment

      Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      16. Explain the use of personal protective equipment, including eye, face, foot, and repertory protection.

      Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      1. Explain the purpose & importance of personal protective equipment as per OSHA (standards -29CFR part 1926.95).

      2. Define and give examples of use for PPE’s on the job site.

      Essential Question(s):

      What is the legal and social importance of personal protective equipment?

      Content Knowledge

      Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

      Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

      I. Purpose of personal protective equipment

      II. Types and uses of personal protective equipment on the job site

      Research the legal aspects of personal protective equipment

      Research for legal cases concerning PPE use on the job site or the lack there of

      Report on research

      PowerPoint/ Projector

      Textbooks

      Charts

      Websites

      Handouts

      PPE’s

      Unit Assessment:

      Evaluation of student’s selection and use of PPE’s.

      Unit/Course

      CTSO Activity:

      FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

      Unit/Course Culminating Product:

      Students will be able to correctly select appropriate PPE for various lab situations.

      Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

       

      □ Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

       

       

      Course Title: Safety and Health Regulation

      Unit 11:

      Walking and Working Surfaces

      Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      17. Explain site-specific protection procedures and safety requirements with regard to the importance of housekeeping procedures, the use of ladders and scaffolding, rigging procedures and hazards of floor and wall openings.

      Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      1. Explain the purpose & importance of site-specific protection procedures as per OSHA (standards -29CFR1910 subpart D).

      2. Define and give examples of definitions as per OSHA 29CFR 1910 Subpart D 1910.21 for the job site.

      3. Define and give examples of use of ladders and scaffolding as per OSHA 1910.25,.26,.27,.28

      4. Define and give examples of OSHA 1910.30 working surfaces

      Essential Question(s):

      What is the legal and social importance of safety regulations concerning walking and working surfaces in the construction industry?

      Content Knowledge

      Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

      Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

      I. Definitions and Purpose of safety regulations concerning walking and working surfaces

      II. OSHA regulations concerning walking and working surfaces

      Research for legal cases concerning walking and working surfaces.

      Report on research.

      OSHA rules and reg’.

      Tour local job sites and observe for compliance with OSHA

      PowerPoint/ Projectors

      Textbooks

      Charts

      Websites

      Handouts

      CLIMB Academy materials

      ANSI

      NSC

      OSHA

      American Ladder Institute

      Unit Assessment:

      Evaluation of each student’s research, reports and job site survey for compliance.

      Unit/Course CTSO Activity:

      FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

      Unit/Course Culminating Product:

      Students will develop research reports on safety requirements related to walking and working surfaces.

      Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

       

      □ Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified

       

       

      Course Title: Safety and Health Regulation

      Unit 12:

      Material Handling and Storage

      Content Standard(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      18. Explain the importance of safety practices for manual lifting, load lifting, and rigging procedures.

      Learning Objective(s) and Depth of Knowledge Level(s):

      Students will:

      1. Demonstrate safe practices for manual lifting, load lifting, and rigging procedures.

      Essential Question(s):

      What is the legal and social importance of safety regulations concerning manual lifting, load lifting, and rigging procedures in the construction industry?

      Content Knowledge

      Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant)

      Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources

      I. Definitions and Purpose of safety regulations concerning safe manual lifting, load lifting, and rigging procedures in the construction industry

      II. OSHA regulations concerning safe material handling and storage in the construction industry

      Research for legal cases concerning safe material handling and storage in the construction industry

      Report on research

      OSHA rules and regulations

      Tour local job sites and observe for compliance with OSHA standard and safe practices

      PowerPoint/ Projector

      Textbooks

      Charts

      Web sites

      Handouts

      ANSI

      NSC

      OSHA

      Unit Assessment:

      Evaluation of student’s demonstrations, research, reports and job site survey for compliance

      Unit/Course

      CTSO Activity:

      FFA Agricultural Mechanics CDE

      Unit/Course Culminating Product:

      Students will describe safety practices for manual lifting, load lifting, and rigging procedures.

      Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree

       

      Other: OSHA 10-Hour, if instructor is certified