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HAND AND POWER TOOLS. CONTENTS. General Requirements Power Tools Pneumatic Tools Hand Tools Powder/Cartridge Actuated Tools. OVERVIEW. Hand and power tools have become vital components in nearly all tasks we do.

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HAND AND POWER TOOLS


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CONTENTS

  • General Requirements

  • Power Tools

  • Pneumatic Tools

  • Hand Tools

  • Powder/Cartridge Actuated Tools


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OVERVIEW

  • Hand and power tools have become vital components in nearly all tasks we do.

  • For this reason, training on the correct use of hand and power tools is essential.


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OBJECTIVE

In the following sections we will look at both general and specific requirements to be followed when using hand and power tools.


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EMPLOYEE PROTECTION

  • Use of hand tools around electrical equipment

  • Use of hand tools when working from elevations

  • Do not use cheater bars

  • Do not pull towards your face


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EMPLOYEE PROTECTION

  • Never hold a tool while it is being struck by someone else

  • Always use the correct tool for the job

  • Report any damaged or defective equipment


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EMPLOYEE PROTECTION

  • Be comfortable with the equipment you are using

  • Ensure all power has been isolated before changing or repairing any parts of the equipment


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EMPLOYEE PROTECTION

  • Always inspect equipment before use

  • Storage of equipment

  • Safe Plan of Action (SPA)


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POWER TOOLS

  • Inspect before use

  • 110v

  • Heavy duty power tools must have second handle

  • Secure all material being worked on

  • Extension cords


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POWER TOOLS

  • Ensure guards are in place

  • Raising / lowering power tools

  • Emergency Off (EMO) foot pedals

  • PPE requirements

  • 220v cables must be braided

  • Identified by company name


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PNEUMATIC TOOLS

  • Follow manufacture’s guidelines

  • Inspect equipment before use

  • Ensure good connection to air supply

  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) requirements

  • Identified by company name


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HAND TOOLS

  • Screwdrivers

  • Hammers

  • Pliers

  • Wrenches

  • Chisels / Punches

  • Pry Bars

  • Files

  • Knives


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SCREWDRIVERS

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Do not use a pry bar

  • Never hold your work in your hand

  • Do not hammer on the end of a screwdriver

  • Insulation rating for electrical work


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HAMMERS

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Do not “choke” the hammer

  • Never allow someone to hold an object you will be hitting with a hammer


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PLIERS

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Avoid using pliers on hardened surfaces

  • Do not use for tightening or loosening nuts and bolts

  • Never pull towards your face


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WRENCHES

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Never pull towards your face

  • Ensure snug fit

  • Do not use cheater bar


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CHISELS / PUNCHES

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Use the correct hammer and keep your focus

  • Beware of mushroomed heads

  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)

  • Proper storage


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PRY BARS

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejections (SIR)

  • Bite of the bar

  • Maintain good balance

  • Check the work area

  • Do not use cheater bar


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FILES

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Ensure handles are fitted

  • Do not use as pry bars

  • Storage


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KNIVES

  • Selection / Inspection / Rejection (SIR)

  • Retractable blades

  • PPE requirements

  • Cut away from your body

  • Do not use your leg as a rest


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POWDER / CARTRIDGE OPERATED TOOLS

  • Selection / Inspection / rejection (SIR)

  • Specific training requirements

  • Manufacturing guidelines

  • PPE requirements

  • Signage

  • Do not leave tools loaded

  • Proper storage


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CONCLUSION

  • Please SIR

  • Follow general requirements

  • Training

  • Never hold a tool while it is being struck by someone else

  • Report any damaged or defective equipment

  • Portable power tools (110v)

  • 220v cables must be braided


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