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HEALTH AND SAFETY (5)
V. Ryan 2003 - 2021
 
SOME EXAMPLES OF POOR BEHAVIOUR / ATTITUDE IN A WORKSHOP
 
 
NOT BEING DRESSED ACCORDING TO SCHOOL AND WORKSHOP RULES  
     
NOT CONCENTRATING FULLY, WHEN USING MACHINES, EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS  
 
 
 
LEAVING YOUR WORK BENCH IN A MESS AND BEING DISORGANISED. INCLUDING, LEAVING YOUR STOOL AND BAG OUT, DURING PRACTICAL LESSONS  
     
NOT READING, UNDERSTANDING AND FOLLOWING WORKSHOP RULES  
     
NOT LISTENING TO INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE TEACHER  
     
DISTRACTING SOMEONE WORKING ON A MACHINE  
     
NOT USING GUARDS, THAT ARE POSITIONED TO KEEP YOU SAVE  
 
 
 
FOOLING AROUND WITH TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT, THAT LEADS TO DAMAGE AND ACCIDENTS  
     
CARRYING EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS IN A DANGEROUS AND CARELESS WAY  
 
 
 

Ed the Handyman and his brother Bernard like messing around when the teacher is giving them instructions about the use of machines and equipment.
What is wrong with this type of behaviour in a workshop?

 

 

Ed the Handyman is messing around. Commonsense is the last thing he considers when working in a workshop. Never be like this, always bring commonsense into the classroom and listen carefully to instructions given by the teacher.

 

 

QUESTIONS:

1. How should a pupil behave in the workshop, especially when in a practical lesson?

2. What could happen in a workshop if pupils do not behave properly?

   
   

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