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AIRCRAFT BASIC WORKSHOP | ASSIGNMENT SHEET | | EMIRATES AVIATION COLLEGE | | ALI RAZA | 1/4/2009 | |

CONTEXT

NO. | CHAPTERS | Pg. |

0 | INTRODUCTION | 3 | 1 | SAFE WORKING PRACTICES | 4 | 2 | MAGNETIC PARTICLE, RADIOGAPHY, EDDY CURRENT TESTING SFETY ISSUES | 5 | 3 | PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHILE WORKING WITH GASSES & ELECTRICITY | 8 | 4 | FIRST AID PROCEDURES | 9 | 5 | CONTROL CABLES | 11 | 6 | RIVETS | 12 | 7 | TORQUE LOADING | 13 | 8 | ATA CHAPTERS | 13 | 9 | REFERENCES | 16 |

INTRODUCTION

The workshops and every working place have its own rules and regulations. We should obey the rules and regulations of the places in which we are working to be safe.
In the following assaignment there are some use information is given such as:
Health and safety act, precautions to be taken while working with gasses & electricity, first aid procedures and ATA specifications etc.

TASK 1
SAFE WORKING PRACTICES AT WORKSHOP: The following safe working instructions should be taken at workshop. * We should practise safe working techniques so that we are in habit of practising them. * We should protect our feet by wearing safety shoes, which has steel toecaps to protect our feet. * We should not attempt to lift a part alone if it is too heavy or too awkward to handle by one person. When lifting weight from floor exert the force from your leg muscle. Never strain the muscles of your back or spinal cord. * Smoking should be prohibited in workshops and hangers. We should know the locations of fire hydrants and fire extinguishers. * We should wear overalls and roll-up its sleeves. We should not wear neckties, watches and rings, while working in workshops. * Safety goggles should be weared at the time of grinding, drilling etc. * Every thing should be placed on…...

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