Extension cord and inspection lights
Various cleaning tools - brushes, scrapers, etc.
Tubing and pipe cutters
Small acetylene outfit
Package kit and packing
1/2-inch drive socket set
Amp meter - clamp on
Vacuum - cleaning equipment and materials
Velocity measuring equipment
1.5 SAFETY. Maintenance personnel have responsibility for the safety of
others in keeping ventilating equipment in operating condition. During
temporary inoperative periods of ventilating systems, you may be exposed to
the effects of noxious or explosive gases and fumes without realizing their
danger. All concerned should be warned of the hazards involved. Equipment
should be put back into operation as promptly as possible.
The following general safety precautions should be observed by the
maintenance mechanic working with tools or equipment:
1. Dropping heavy objects on feet or toes is a hazard. This can be
avoided by using proper trucking and hoisting equipment. The operator
should wear safety shoes with metal tips to protect toes.
2. Back injuries may be caused by attempting to lift heavy objects and
by not using arm and leg muscles correctly.
Keep work area clean.
3. Good housekeeping is very important.
oil and water off the floor.
4. "Mushroom" heads should be ground from chisels and punches as these
particles may fly when struck with the hammer causing serious injury to the
operator or a bystander.
The tang may injure
5. Files should never be used without handles.
6. Wear goggles when drilling because chips may fly.
always be protected.
7. Never use a hammer to pound on a screwdriver or use a screwdriver
as a punch or chisel.
Never stroke a hacksaw over 60 strokes per minute.