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What is the definition of "pneumatic tool"?

A tool that is powered by compressed air.

Learn more about pneumatic tool in the class Hand and Power Tool Safety 145 below.

Safety Training

Class Information

Tooling U classes are offered at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. The typical class consists of 12 to 25 lessons and will take approximately one hour to complete.

Class Name: Hand and Power Tool Safety 145

Description: This class covers general safety guidelines for using hand and power tools as regulated by OSHA.

Prerequisites: none

Difficulty: Beginner

Number of Lessons: 17

Language: English, Spanish

Below are all the competencies and job programs that contain the class Hand and Power Tool Safety 145. Job programs are our traditional class lists organized according to common job functions. Competencies are our latest job-specific curricula that help tie online learning to practical, hands-on tasks.

Competencies

Composites

Forming, Fabricating, and Stamping

Machining

Class Outline

Objectives

The Importance of Hand and Power Tool Safety

Hand and Power Tool Basics

Worksite Organization

Tool Maintenance and Handling

Personal Protective Equipment

Point of Operation Safety

Hand Tool Safety

Electric Tool Safety

Abrasive Wheel Tool Safety

Pneumatic Tool Safety

Fuel and Hydraulic Tool Safety

Powder Tool Safety

What Is Ergonomics?

The Importance of Good Posture

Repetition/Force/Vibration

Summary

Class Objectives

Describe general guidelines for hand and power tool safety.

Describe important hand and power tool basics.

Describe the characteristics of a well-organized worksite.

Describe correct steps for proper tool maintenance and handling.

Identify personal protective equipment for using hand and power tools.

Describe safety procedures for point of operation safety.

Describe general guidelines for proper hand tool safety.

Describe general guidelines for proper electric tool safety.

Describe general guidelines for proper abrasive wheel tool safety.

Describe general guidelines for proper pneumatic tool safety.

Describe general guidelines for proper fuel and hydraulic tool safety.

Describe general guidelines for powder tool safety.

Describe ergonomics.

Describe the importance of good posture.

Describe the safety risks involved with tasks that require repetition, force, or vibration.

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