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Institute Of Applied Technology
ATE 1010
Grade 10
Ms. Rose Hasan
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Outline safety rules at:
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Homes
Labs
Workshops
jobs
Identify electrical hazards and learn how to
control them
Explain the factors that determine the severity
of an electric shock
Learn how to response to electrical
emergencies.
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Introduction to Electrical Safety
Home Safety
Outdoors Safety
Labs & Workshops Safety
Safety and Accident Prevention Signs
Introduction to Electricity
Electric Shock
How to Act in Electrical Emergency Situations
Class and Lab Activities
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Electricity is a useful and powerful tool in our
daily life.
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The danger of
electricity:
 Shock, burn or kill you
 Damage sensitive
devices
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Home safety tips
DON'T overload plugs
because it can cause
electrical fires.
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Never use an electrical
appliance in a wet area.
This will cause an electric
shock
DON’T pull on the flex to
remove a plug from the
sockets. This will damage
the insulations and cause
a shock or an electrical
fire
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Never allow children to play
with outlets. Putting
anything in electrical outlet
may can shock or kill a
person
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Home Safety
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Sources of electricity hazards in the outdoors:
 high voltage
 power lines
 electricity substations
 transformer boxes
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To avoid accidents and protect yourself from
electrical injuries, follow the next tips:
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To avoid accidents and injuries in the
workshops and labs, follow the next safety
rules and practices:
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Find the hidden dangers !!!!
http://www.clp.com/electricsafetyworld/index.html
Do Activity 1
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Have you ever thought how electricity comes
to your house?
sources of electricity:
 power stations
 wind turbines
 water power
 solar power
 battery power
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An electrical shock is received
when electrical current passes
through the body.
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if a part of your body
completes an electrical circuit
by:
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 Touching a live wire and an
electrical ground
 Touching a live wire and another
wire at a different voltage.
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Downed Wire
Stay away from all downed
wires - even if there are no
sparks.
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Get help right away.
Do not touch anything, or
anyone, that is touching a
downed wire
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Downed Wire Touching a Vehicle
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Electrical Fire
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Electrical Shock
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Activities (27): Done in the Class
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Be prepared to a Quiz next Class in module
#1.
Next Class: Start with Module #2 : Hand Tools
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