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  • Carpentry

    C.I.P. Code 46.0201

    Safety And Health Plan

    Charles H. McCann Technical School

    70 Hodges Cross Road

    North Adams, MA 01247

    Lawrence Koch

    Carpentry Instructor

    Francis Kruzel

    Carpentry Instructor

    Vocational Technical Education Framework

    Construction Cluster

    Carpentry

    Developed September 1999

    Updated February 2011

    Massachusetts Department Of Education

    Career/ Vocational Technical Education Unit

    350 Main Street, Malden MA 02148

    tele. (781) 338 3910

    internet www.doe.mass.edu/cte/

    email careervotech@doe.mass.edu

  • McCann Carpentry Shop We Build The Skills That Build America

    Table of Contents

    Carpentry Instructors Qualifications

    Health and Safety Policy Statement and Objectives

    Health and Safety Program Results

    Health and Safety / OSHA Training Programs

    Jobsite Health and Safety Policies and Procedures

    Carpentry Health and Safety Committee / Jobsite Safety Foreman

    Carpentry Shop Health and Safety Checklists

    Laws Related to Safety

    Appendix A -- Carpentry Dress Requirements - Rules

    Appendix B Emergency Action Plans, Jobsite Postings

    Appendix C -- Record Keeping

    Appendix D -- Student Safety Portfolio

    Appendix E -- Sample Fall Protection Plan

    Appendix F -- Jobsite Clean Up, Safety Checklist

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    Instructors Qualifications

    Mr. Francis Kruzel Mr. Lawrence Koch

    Residential Construction Commercial Construction

    Specialist Specialist

    General Contractor Project Manager

    37 years Construction Foreman

    Experience

    40 Years Construction

    OSHA Safety Trainer Experience

    Licensed Construction Licensed Construction

    Supervisor Supervisor

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    Health and Safety Policy Statement and Objectives

    The major components of the carpentry shop safety program provide for the students to

    complete a written test, attend a detailed demonstration, and prove tool, machine, and

    equipment use with a performance exam. Written documentation for listed tools, machines, and

    equipment are kept on file. Performance exams must be completed to 100%. Training is

    provided in OSHAs four important target areas; fell from, struck by, caught in between, and

    electrocution, along with other mandatory OSHA job site training. The materials that follow

    along with the evaluating methods listed above provide the outline for a comprehensive accident

    prevention program. However, student attitude and common sense are the primary elements of

    safety, and these cannot be conveyed on paper or with written tests. These two elements, then,

    attitude and common sense, depend largely on the instructors own perception of students ability.

    Therefore, it is at the instructors discretion, to prohibit the student from operating or using

    tools/equipment until an acceptable attitude and level of common sense is displayed regardless of

    written or performance exams. Attitudes toward safety are inherent in the surrounding

    influences of the shop and are supported by the administration.

    Primary Objectives:

    1. To provide students and instructors with a safe and healthy work environment.

    2. To have the students develop an attitude and habits about safety that they will

    promote for a lifetime in any employment or situation.

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    Health and Safety Program Outcome

    The Carpentry Health and Safety Program Does The Following:

    1. Provides a clear list of safety and health rules.

    2. Involves students developing and revising safety rules.

    3. Involves regular safety inspections of power tools.

    4. Involves regular safety inspections of equipment.

    5. Has weekly safety meetings to discuss inspection results, review

    safety and health fundamentals, and discuss any student concerns.

    6. Makes safety and health performance a part of the evaluation

    process.

    7. Provides the necessary protective equipment, facilities, and

    reference resources.

    8. Provides classroom and on site OSHA safety training and issues

    students 10 hour cards.

    9. Records injuries and accidents and conducts investigation when

    they occur.

    10. Insures that the practices employed in the shop and on the job are

    consistent with that of industry.

    11. Expresses the concerns and cooperation of the administration and

    instructors for the well being of the students.

  • McCann Carpentry Shop We Build The Skills That Build America

    Health and Safety / OSHA Training Programs

    General Shop Safety Rules

    Hand Tool Safety

    a. edge cutting tools b. prying tools c. striking tools d. lay out tools

    Portable Power Tool Safety

    a. circular saw b. jig + reciprocating saw c. table saw d. router e. portable planer f. sanders g. drills h. power nailers i. powder actuated tools j. miter saw

    Stationary Power Tool Safety

    a. table saw b. radial arm saw c. sanders d. planer e. jointer f. drill press g. router table

    OSHA Training

    General Safety and Health

    a. fire safety b. MSDS c. emergency procedures d. emergency action plans e. job site safety

    Fall Protection

    a. railings b. fall arrest c. nets d. CAZ e. fall protection plans f. safety monitors

    Electrical Safety

    a. GFCI b. extension cords c. LOTO

    Personal Protection Equip.

    a. eye b. hearing c. clothing

    Ladders

    a. step b. extension c. job made d. stairways

    OSHA Training

    Scaffold

    a. sectional steel b. towers c. wall brackets d. roof brackets

    Excavation

    a. trenching b. excavation c. dig safe

    Material Handling

    a. slings b. chains c. pressure treated

    lumber

    Cranes

    a. overhead lifting b. danger zones

    Power Tools( other than those listed)

    a. generators b. construction heaters c. roofing torches

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    Jobsite Health and Safety Policies and Procedures

    General Instructor Responsibilities

    Both instructors are dedicated and give full support to the health and safety policy and

    objectives of this plan.

    Student Safety

    Carpentry students will comply with all health and safety laws, rules and regulations in

    shop and at off site locations.

    Student Dress and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

    It is the carpentry Instructors policy to eliminate hazards by using all feasible

    engineering and work practice controls before requiring the use of PPE. PPE is the last

    level of control.

    Carpentry students will dress and use proper PPE in accordance with shop policy and

    carpentry shop rules. See appendix A for carpentry dress and safety rules

    Eye Protection

    Carpentry students and visitors will comply with Chapter 71 Section 55C of the MGL.

    School Fire/ Emergency Evacuations

    Carpentry students are given instruction as to emergency evacuations and fire alarm

    drills are conducted by the school and local fire departments.

    Jobsite Fire/ Emergency Evacuations

    Carpentry students working on offsite construction projects follow procedure as listed in

    carpentry emergency action plan for offsite projects. The EAP along with emergency

    numbers are posted at the jobsite and practiced at the beginning of each job. Student

    signatures are kept on file. See appendix B for Emergency Action Plan and Emergency

    Numbers.

  • School Accident Injury Procedures

    Minor accidents and injuries are referred to the school nurse. The code 1000 procedure

    is used for major accidents and injuries.

    Jobsite Accident Injury Procedures

    Carpentry students working on offsite construction projects follow procedure as listed in

    carpentry emergency action plan for offsite projects. The EAP along with emergency

    numbers are posted at the jobsite and practiced at the beginning of each job. Student

    signatures are kept on file. Minor accidents and injuries are treated on site. In the event

    of a larger injury or accident an ambulance will be called. Local authorities are notified

    of the job location and students involvement prior to the beginning of work. See

    appendix B for Emergency Action Plans and other jobsite postings.

    Accident Reporting and Investigation

    Accidents reports are completed for every incident reported to the nurse and kept on file

    in the nurses office. All accidents are investigated and measures taken to eliminate the

    hazard. Records of minor offsite injuries are kept on file at the jobsite.

    Tool and Machine Guarding and Safety Training of Tools

    All tools and machines used in the shop and off campus projects are equipped with

    guards that meet OSHA specifications. Tools used on off campus projects are checked

    weekly and removed from service and repaired if inoperable. Students are required to

    take a written test and a performance test for tools and equipment used.

    See appendix C for sample tool use documentation

    Electricity

    All electrical use is in conjunction with standards set by OSHA. All electrical supply

    lines used in off campus projects are GFCI. All tools are unplugged or locked out for

    blade change, adjustment or repair.

  • Noise

    Ear protection is required and available when levels reach a level of potential danger.

    Material and Supply Storage

    Majority of carpentry materials are stored in a storage building located outdoors, on 2

    lofts in the shop area. Other supplies are stored in compliance with OSHA regulations.

    Materials for offsite jobs are stored using methods consistent with industry. Tools and

    supplies are kept in a locked job box located in the construction trailer.

    Waste Disposal A dumpster is provided for shop waste. Waste generated by off campus projects is

    disposed of in a manner set by the town/ city where the project occurs.

    Record Keeping

    Carpentry shop maintains a record for any student safety training, safety meetings,

    Accident / incident reports are kept on file in the nurses office. See appendix C for

    sample documentation.

    Off Campus / CO-OP Requirements It is the policy of the carpentry instructors that no student is allowed to participate in off

    campus projects or work in the cooperative education program unless the appropriate

    level of maturity and safety is achieved. Students must complete their safety portfolio in

    order to participate in the cooperative work program.

    See appendix D for a sample portfolio.

    Jobsite Transportation

    Carpentry students are transported to and from off site projects in a school bus. Seat

    belts are required by all students. Students who refuse compliance will not be allowed to

    participate in outside projects. All students receive training for bus emergencies

    including exits, fire extinguisher and first aid kit location, loading and unloading.

    Student signatures are kept on file.

  • Safety Violations

    Parents/ Guardians of students who repeatedly demonstrate an unwillingness to

    cooperate with carpentrys effort to maintain a safe working environment will be

    notified of such behavior by the Vice Principal and may not be allowed to participate in

    shop or jobsite activities till behavior improves.

    Fall Protection

    Students in off site projects receive fall protection training as part of the jobsite training,

    however, sometimes conventional methods of fall protection are not feasible or actually

    create a greater hazard. Therefore a fall protection plan is created for every outside

    project. See appendix E

    Substance Abuse

    Any student suspected of substance abuse will be reported to the school nurse for

    evaluation.

  • McCann Carpentry Shop We Build The Skills That Build America

    Carpentry Health and Safety Committee

    Jobsite Safety Foreman

    The carpentry shop health and safety committee will be comprised of

    instructors and students from each shop week. Shop duties will include

    completing check off sheets.

    On offsite projects one student is designated weekly as a job safety foreman.

    The foreman is responsible for assigned safety duties. Duties are posted at

    each jobsite. See appendix G for duties.

    The main objective of the student safety committee/ jobsite foreman is to

    help motivate, educate and train students to recognize, report, and correct

    hazards in a construction environment.

    Members For The 20011 2012 School Year Are listed Below.

    ___________________________ __________________________

    ___________________________ __________________________

    ___________________________ __________________________

    ___________________________ __________________________

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    Safety Inspection Checklist: CARPENTRY

    DATE: _____________ 20__ Conducted By:

    Reference

    Requirement

    Yes

    No

    Comments

    Means of Egress / Escape Are exits provided to permit the prompt

    escape of occupants in case of fire or other emergency?

    Is every exit, way of approach, and way to travel from the exit continuously maintained free of all obstructions or impediments?

    Are exits marked so as to provide free and unobstructed egress or escape when room is occupied?

    Does the area have two exits if one exit could be blocked because of fire, smoke, or other emergency?

    Is access to exits marked by readily visible signs and arrows when the way to reach it is not immediately visible?

    Reference

    Requirement

    Yes

    No

    Comments

    Portable Fire Extinguishers a...