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Auto Safety Test. Part 3 - Equipment. Jacks are used to:. Hold a car up while working under it Raise a car Move a car Keep a car in place. Jacks are used to:. Hold a car up while working under it Raise a car Move a car Keep a car in place. Jack handles should be raised so they:.

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auto safety test

Auto Safety Test

Part 3 - Equipment

jacks are used to
Jacks are used to:
  • Hold a car up while working under it
  • Raise a car
  • Move a car
  • Keep a car in place
jacks are used to1
Jacks are used to:
  • Hold a car up while working under it
  • Raise a car
  • Move a car
  • Keep a car in place
jack handles should be raised so they
Jack handles should be raised so they:
  • Can be used quickly
  • Don’t get bent
  • Are locked
  • Are out of the way
jack handles should be raised so they1
Jack handles should be raised so they:
  • Can be used quickly
  • Don’t get bent
  • Are locked
  • Are out of the way
know where the fire extinguishers are and
Know where the fire extinguishers are and:
  • Read the instructions on them
  • Keep them covered
  • Keep one near you
  • Store flammables under them
know where the fire extinguishers are and1
Know where the fire extinguishers are and:
  • Read the instructions on them
  • Keep them covered
  • Keep one near you
  • Store flammables under them
if you have to run a car in the shop
If you have to run a car in the shop:
  • Keep the engine at a slow idle
  • Attach an exhaust hose to the carburetor
  • Attach an exhaust hose to the tail pipe
  • Disconnect the muffler
if you have to run a car in the shop1
If you have to run a car in the shop:
  • Keep the engine at a slow idle
  • Attach an exhaust hose to the carburetor
  • Attach an exhaust hose to the tail pipe
  • Disconnect the muffler
battery chargers should be off when connecting to avoid
Battery chargers should be off when connecting to avoid:
  • Draining the battery
  • Causing sparks
  • Clogging the charger
  • Running the charger unnecessarily
battery chargers should be off when connecting to avoid1
Battery chargers should be off when connecting to avoid:
  • Draining the battery
  • Causing sparks
  • Clogging the charger
  • Running the charger unnecessarily
if jack stands are in the wrong place
If jack stands are in the wrong place:
  • They could break
  • The jack won’t work
  • The car could slip or be damaged
  • The chocks could be damaged
if jack stands are in the wrong place1
If jack stands are in the wrong place:
  • They could break
  • The jack won’t work
  • The car could slip or be damaged
  • The chocks could be damaged
the parts of a hoist that hold the car are
The parts of a hoist that hold the car are:
  • Motor mounts
  • Bridles
  • Grids
  • Saddles
the parts of a hoist that hold the car are1
The parts of a hoist that hold the car are:
  • Motor mounts
  • Bridles
  • Grids
  • Saddles
when setting up a hoist make sure
When setting up a hoist, make sure:
  • The saddles are under the lift points
  • The motor mounts are in place
  • The jack stands are in place
  • The jack is locked in place
when setting up a hoist make sure1
When setting up a hoist, make sure:
  • The saddles are under the lift points
  • The motor mounts are in place
  • The jack stands are in place
  • The jack is locked in place
before you raise or lower a car on a hoist warn everyone to
Before you raise or lower a car on a hoist, warn everyone to:
  • Put on their safety glasses
  • Keep quiet
  • Cover the surrounding cars
  • Stand clear
before you raise or lower a car on a hoist warn everyone to1
Before you raise or lower a car on a hoist, warn everyone to:
  • Put on their safety glasses
  • Keep quiet
  • Cover the surrounding cars
  • Stand clear
before you raise or lower a car on a hoist warn everyone to2
Before you raise or lower a car on a hoist, warn everyone to:
  • Put on their safety glasses
  • Keep quiet
  • Cover the surrounding cars
  • Stand clear
when using power equipment you should use
When using power equipment you should use:
  • Safety zones
  • Safety glasses
  • A welding hood
  • Low speeds
when using power equipment you should use1
When using power equipment you should use:
  • Safety zones
  • Safety glasses
  • A welding hood
  • Low speeds
if someone is using equipment inside a safety zone you should
If someone is using equipment inside a safety zone you should:
  • Stay clear of the machine and outside the zone
  • Stand in the zone
  • Wear safety glasses and proceed cautiously
  • Be sure the operator is also outside the zone
if someone is using equipment inside a safety zone you should1
If someone is using equipment inside a safety zone you should:
  • Stay clear of the machine and outside the zone
  • Stand in the zone
  • Wear safety glasses and proceed cautiously
  • Be sure the operator is also outside the zone
if someone is using a machine
If someone is using a machine:
  • Offer to help
  • Tell them you want to use it next
  • Don’t talk to or distract them
if someone is using a machine1
If someone is using a machine:
  • Offer to help
  • Tell them you want to use it next
  • Don’t talk to or distract them
if you have to leave a machine
If you have to leave a machine:
  • Warn everyone that it is running
  • Turn it off
  • Leave it running so others will know it’s in use
  • Make sure the guard is in place
if you have to leave a machine1
If you have to leave a machine:
  • Warn everyone that it is running
  • Turn it off
  • Leave it running so others will know it’s in use
  • Make sure the guard is in place
how do you disconnect a power cord
How do you disconnect a power cord:
  • Pull the cord gently
  • Pull the plug
  • Break the circuit
  • Use insulated pliers
how do you disconnect a power cord1
How do you disconnect a power cord:
  • Pull the cord gently
  • Pull the plug
  • Break the circuit
  • Use insulated pliers
electrical cords and water could
Electrical cords and water could:
  • Short out or shock someone
  • Get damaged or dirty
  • Get twisted around tools and equipment
  • Get oily and deteriorate
electrical cords and water could1
Electrical cords and water could:
  • Short out or shock someone
  • Get damaged or dirty
  • Get twisted around tools and equipment
  • Get oily and deteriorate
frayed wires could cause
Frayed wires could cause:
  • Leaking electricity
  • A short circuit, shock, burn, or start a fire
  • Dirt in the wires
  • Spontaneous combustion
frayed wires could cause1
Frayed wires could cause:
  • Leaking electricity
  • A short circuit, shock, burn, or start a fire
  • Dirt in the wires
  • Spontaneous combustion