Assemblers must wear proper clothing and protective equipment, which varies for different tasks. A safe assembly site is organized and clean, with clear paths around workstations. Working in assembly requires an awareness of electrical, forklift, and point of operation safety precautions, as well as proper fall prevention and tool handling procedures. Applying ergonomics to assembly helps prevent injury caused by repetition, poor posture, and excessive force. Before beginning any assembly work, assemblers must know the appropriate safety precautions and be trained to use required protective equipment. This can be challenging because there are different precautions for different tasks. After taking this class, users will be familiar with the basic safety guidelines for assembly, which will prepare them to perform various assembly operations safely and effectively.
- Describe assembly safety
- Describe proper dress for assembly
- Describe eye and ear protection
- Describe safe practices for working with tools
- Describe safe practices for working with power tools
- Describe a safe assembly site
- Describe electrical safety precautions
- Describe precautions for fall prevention
- Describe forklift safety precautions
- Describe point of operation safety precautions
- Describe ergonomics
- Explain how posture relates to assembly
- Explain how to prevent injuries caused by repetitive tasks.
- Recommended for personnel working on the assembly line of a plant.
Tooling U - SME
New Applicants, Operations teams, 1st level supervisor
Method of Delivery
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