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Safety Regulations & Classroom Procedures. CHS Business Technology Applications. Important Info. Students will have a completed Acceptable Computer Use form on file. . Classroom Procedures.

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Safety regulations classroom procedures

Safety Regulations & Classroom Procedures

CHS

Business Technology Applications


Important info

Important Info

Students will

have a completed

Acceptable Computer Use

form on file.


Classroom procedures

Classroom Procedures

Students must be accompanied and monitored by a faculty member when working in the computer lab.


Classroom procedures1

Classroom Procedures

  • Students should always save to their directory – NOT to the shared directory or my documents.

  • Shared directory items without permission will result in zero credit.

  • My documents is deleted daily and therefore will not be saved.


Classroom procedures2

Classroom Procedures

If you bring CD’s, diskettes, or flash drives from home into the classroom, you must have them scanned before using.


Classroom procedures3

Classroom Procedures

  • When fixing a printer jam – all students should be asked to stop printing


Classroom procedures4

Classroom Procedures

  • Keeping a student from doing his work or interfering with a student’s work is a disruption and will result in disciplinary procedures


Classroom procedures5

Classroom Procedures

  • Students will exit all programs (back to the desktop) before leaving the computer and will log out of their name.

  • Only 7th period students will completely shut down the computers.

  • Always shut down the computer using the proper shut down sequence rather than just turning off.


Classroom procedures6

Classroom Procedures

Always wait until the read light is off before ejecting portable storage devices from the computer.


Classroom procedures7

Classroom Procedures

If you have trouble inserting a portable storage device into a port you should NEVER force it.


Internet

Internet

  • Only download with permission

  • Follow the teacher directions

  • Follow the SCS Code of Conduct

  • Do not give personal information


Classroom procedures8

Classroom Procedures

Students will not access the computer’s control panel.

EVER!


Classroom procedures9

Classroom Procedures

NEVER eat or drink around the computer, keyboard, printer, or other electronic devices. (This includes gum!!!)


Classroom procedures10

Classroom Procedures

Students should not play internet games even if they are finished with their assignments.


Classroom procedures11

Classroom Procedures

  • E-mail can be a problem area because of spamming, phishing, viruses, and spyware.


Classroom procedures12

Classroom Procedures

You should “whisper” to fellow students when getting or giving assistance in order to cut down on the noise level in the classroom.


Safety regulations

Safety Regulations

No more than one person works at a workstation at a time.


Safety regulations1

Safety Regulations

When unplugging an electronic device, pull by the plug NOT the cord.


Safety regulations2

Safety Regulations

Do not roll or slide around the room in the chairs.


Health issues

Health Issues

  • Slumping in a chair is not good posture and may cause you to have back problems. Please remember to demonstrate good posture.


Safety regulations3

Safety Regulations

Do not stand or sit on the computer tables.


Safety regulations4

Safety Regulations

No horseplay in the computer lab.


Safety regulations5

Safety Regulations

When using the stapler, binder, hole-punch or shredder, you should never place anything in the device other than paper.


Safety regulations6

Safety Regulations

NEVER stick foreign objects into any of the crevices or orifices of a computer.


Safety regulations7

Safety Regulations

Never run while carrying scissors. Be very careful of the pointed edges when handling them.


Safety regulations8

Safety Regulations

If you get a paper cut, you should disinfect the wound and ask the teacher for a band aid.

(There is a first aid kit in the classroom.)


Safety regulations9

Safety Regulations

You should keep your feet away from wires and plugs that may be on the floor by your desk.


Safety regulations10

Safety Regulations

Please keep your work area clean and clear of debris.


Safety regulations11

Safety Regulations

In case of a tornado or fire, you need to know that the escape route is clearly marked on a map in this classroom.


Safety regulations12

Safety Regulations

When the paper cutter is not in use the safety latch should be on.


Safety regulations13

Safety Regulations

Make sure electronic equipment is turned off and unplugged before maintaining or making repairs.


Safety regulations14

Safety Regulations

When there is a lockdown in the building, you should follow the procedures already in place.


Safety regulations15

Safety Regulations

You should be very cautious about giving out personal information when on-line.


A final note

A Final Note…

  • Using computers in the school is a privilege, not a right.

  • Failure to comply with these rules will result in termination of your privileges.

  • Yes, this does mean YOU!


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