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HVAC Safety EIDT 6910 - Ron Stevenson

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Ronald Stevenson

on 28 September 2016

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Transcript of HVAC Safety EIDT 6910 - Ron Stevenson

HVAC Safety -
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
HVAC Safety
Eye Safety
Safety Glasses
Face shields
Safety Goggles
Types of Protection
Discussion Points
Eye Injury - Examples - Stories?
How could they have been avoided?
When should safety glasses be worn?

Who is responsible for your safety?

Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
HVAC Safety
Electrical Safety
Discussion Points
Equipment ratings
Conductor ampacity
Over-current protective devices
Equipment grounding
One hand rule
Turn power off when possible
Lock out - Tag out
Basic Electrical Safety
Always wear eye protection!
Be aware of others around you!
Wear appropriate clothing!
What else?
Ultimately we are responsible for our
own safety!
General Safety Rules
Protect your eyes - wear safety glasses always!
HVAC Safety
Use the right tool for every job!
Respect electricity!
Know what liquids and chemicals you are using!

Use sufficient ventilation
Safety starts with you!
Respiration Safety
HVAC Safety
Other Video
Don't rush or take chances!
Hand Safety
HVAC Safety
Discussion Points
Pinch Points
Keep your hands in the safe zone
Keep your hands and fingers in sight
Discussion Points
Brazing & soldering
Dust and other contaminants
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