Electrical Engineering Safety YVAN N twitter.com/callmeyvan EEE5 Electrical Engineering Safety Begins Before You Go to the Lab! • • • • • • • • Personal Equipment Team Work Protective Glasses Temperature Limits Delimit Working Area in Public Places Respect Speed Limitations when driving Electrical trucks Read Safety Boards before working on a project Use ladder, neither jump nor climb Dressing for Work Personal protective equipment (PPE) refers to protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garments or equipment designed to protect the wearer's body from injury or infection. Electrical Engineer helmet Electrician Clothes Electrician gloves Team Work 1 Ask For Advices 2nd Work In Group 3rd Help Teammates Protective Glasses 4th Use Glass for a specific frequency 5th For optics electronics, use light glasses Temperature Limits • Thermal energy refers to the energy that is caused by heat. Thermal electrical engineers manage the heat that is created by electronics and electrical systems. When working with thermal electrical engineering, specialists will model energy systems and heat-mass transfer in order to learn how to cool systems efficiently. Delimit Working Area in Public Places Delimit Working Area, So that You can prevent accidents from outside. This also help you to control a aspecific working area. Respect Speed Limitations Research shows if the average speed of vehicles reduces it has a direct impact on reducing deaths and injuries. Electrical truck have dangerous materials and an accident can cause a lot of damages. Read Safety Boards before working on a project The Security Rule requires appropriate administrative, physical and technical safeguards to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and security of electronic protected health information. Read Safety Boards before working on a project Open the stepladder spreaders and shelf fully and lock the braces. Check stability. Ensure that all ladder feet are on a firm, level and non-slippery surface. Place a stepladder at right angles to the work, with either the front or back of the steps facing the work Remember… Safety First!