Always obtain instruction in the safe and proper operation of any tool or machine from the Model Shop Supervisor before using it for the first time, regardless of previous outside experience.
There are many ways to achieve the results you desire. Consider alternative methods and choose the safest tool for the job.
Do not operate any tool or machine unless the Model Shop Supervisor is present.
Work in pairs whenever possible and always be willing to help others.
Report any defective tools, improper use of equipment, or other unsafe conditions to the Model Shop Supervisor immediately.
Report any accident or personal injury, no matter how minor, to the Model Shop Supervisor immediately.
Proper clothing and footwear must be worn when working in the Model Shop. Loose clothing must be tucked in, dangling jewelry and neckties must be removed, and long hair must be restricted. Sandals or high heels are not permitted. Torn clothing is not permitted.
Eye protection must be worn in the Model Shop at all times. Ear protection is recommended when working with loud machinery.
Bring your own glue, tape, paper, pencils, and other consumable supplies for working in the Model Shop. These will not be provided.
Do not bring outside tools into the Model Shop.
You may bring your own materials to work with or purchase materials from the Model Shop Supervisor. Some materials, such as particle board, wafer board, MDF (medium density fiberboard), and homosote are not allowed in the Model Shop.
Keep your work area clean and tidy. Keep tools and materials orderly and in a safe location