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Woodwork Safety provides students with a comprehensive introduction to hazards and safety in the Woodwork classroom!

Students can learn about the safety rules of the Woodwork workshop and the hazards that may be present in the PowerPoint presentation. They can then complete the questions in the corresponding worksheet to help reinforce their new knowledge.

Also included in this resource pack is a lesson plan with teacher instructions to help make implementing this resource simple!

This resource has been designed as an introduction to Textiles safety, aimed at Stage 4, Stage 5 and Life Skills students. However, it can be used with students from a range of stages and learning levels and is also perfect for safety revision.

Pack includes:

  • 1 x 20-slide Woodwork Safety PowerPoint.
  • 1 x 5-page Woodwork Safety worksheet.
  • Lesson plan with teacher instructions.

NSW NESA TECHNOLOGY MANDATORY YEARS 7 – 8 SYLLABUS (2017)

Outcomes:

TE4-3DP selects and safely applies a broad range of tools, materials and processes in the production of quality projects

Material Technologies

Researching and planning

  • select and justify the safe use of tools and equipment used to create a design solution

Producing and implementing

  • demonstrate safe, independent and collaborative work practices in the production of designed solutions

Life Skills Outcomes:

TELS-4DP follows safe practices in the use of tools, materials and processes for design projects

Material Technologies

Producing and implementing

  • identify risks in the production of a design solution and ways to improve safety
  • use tools and equipment safely in the production of a specific design solution, for example:
    • wear personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • report faulty equipment

Testing and evaluating

  • evaluate their design and production skills, for example:
    • time management
    • collaboration
    • safe use of tools and processes

 

NSW NESA INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY 7 – 10 SYLLABUS (2019)

Outcomes:

IND4-1 identifies and applies fundamental WHS principles when working with tools, materials and machines

IND4-1 identifies, assesses, applies and manages the risks and WHS issues associated with the use of a range of tools, equipment, materials, processes and technologies

Core Module: Timber 1

WHS and risk management

  • demonstrate safe workshop practices and procedures, for example:
    • clamp materials securely when cutting or drilling
    • lift and carry materials safely
    • manage trip hazards in the workshop
    • work collaboratively
  • safely use and and maintain hand, power and machine tools
  • select and use personal protective equipment (PPE) when working with tools, materials and machines, for example:
    • wear appropriate footwear
    • wear eye protection, eg safety glasses when drilling
    • wear protective clothing

Specialised Module: Timber 2

WHS and risk management

  • demonstrate safe workshop practices and procedures, for example:
    • apply finishes in a well-ventilated area
    • clamp materials securely when cutting, drilling or routing
    • follow workshop signage instructions
  • safely use and and maintain hand, power and machine tools
  • select and use personal protective equipment (PPE) when working with tools, materials and machines, for example:
    • wear appropriate footwear
    • wear ear protection, eg ear muffs when using machinery
    • wear eye protection, eg safety glasses when drilling
    • wear protective clothing

Life Skills Outcomes

INDLS-1 identifies safe and unsafe conditions in the context of undertaking a project

INDLS-2 demonstrates safe practices in the use of tools, materials and equipment

Timber

WHS and risk management

  • identify and respond to safety and warning signage
  • identify, select and use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when participating in practical activities, for example:
    • eye protection
    • protective clothing and footwear
  • identify and apply safe working practices when handling and using tools, materials and equipment, for example:
    • hand tools
    • power tools
    • machine tools
  • identify potential risks and suggest ways to improve safety in general and specific timber contexts, for example:
    • trip hazards
    • poor ventilation
    • excessive dust

 

Contributes to:

ACARA Australian Curriculum Design & Technologies YRS 7-10

ACT BSSS Construction Pathways A/M/V (2012-2021)

ACT BSSS Furniture Construction C (2016-2021)

ACT BSSS Furniture Making A/M/V (2018-2022)

ACT BSSS Timber Products A/M (2020-2024)

NSW NESA INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY STAGE 6 SYLLABUS (2013)

QLD QCAA Industrial Technology Skills Applied Senior Syllabus (2019)

QLD QCAA Building and Construction Skills Applied Senior Syllabus (2019)

SA SACE Design, Technology and Engineering (2020)

TAS TASC Design and Production (2016-2020)

VIC VCAA Product Design & Technology (2018-2023)

WA SCSA Materials Design and Technology Yr12 (2020)
WA SCSA Materials Design and Technology Yr11 (2016)

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