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The Soldering License
- Design Engineering is a superb for taking your maths and physics skills, and applying them to problems in the real world.
- You'll develop creativity, problem-solving and practical skills throughout the course, make some excellent products to keep forever, and hopefully enjoy yourself along the way.
- Before we get stuck into anything practical, we need to consider Health & Safety - sensible precautions we take in the Systems labs to avoid injury
- Looking around the room, there are lots of pieces of different equipment. Laser cutters, 3D printers, PCB etch tanks, soldering irons, drills and so on. Some items you might recognise, and others you'll learn about in lessons.
- With a partner, try and come up with some ideas for working safely in a systems lab (Don't run around the room, for instance).
- Look at the equipment you can see around the room. Do you know what any of it does? How might it be able to injure someone? How do you think you could avoid problems?
- Where are lines of stripy tape on the floor. Why do you think they are there?
2 Badge It
- Load up notepad on your computer, and paste the text below into the empty document:
1. Always wear an ________ when doing any practical work. 2. Always wear safety _______________ when doing any practical work. 3. Never use any _____________ that you have not been shown how to use safely. 4. Always place the soldering _________ in the solder station when not in use. 5. Never ______ in the workshop. 6. Do not _________ objects around the workshop. 7. Always __________ to instructions carefully. 8. Make sure any long ________ is tied back before using any machines. 9. Ensure any Loose ___________ is either removed or tied back before using any machines. Equipment Run Throw Apron Hair Goggles Iron Listen Clothing
- Using the words underneath the statements, fill in the missing spaces.
- When finished:
- In your 'Year 7 - Design Engineering' folder you have created in your 'H' drive.
- Make a 'Soldering License' folder inside it
- Make a '1 - Licence' folder inside that
- Save your work in this folder, calling it 'Safety.txt'
- Upload the work to www.BourneToLearn.com using the username and password your teacher has given you.