A Guide to Safe Practice in Art & Design

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A
accidents, reporting 2.2.12; 2.3
accommodation 5
         design and layout 5.1
         group sizes 4.6; 5.1
         services 5.2
acetic acid 6.4.3
acids 5.2.7; 6.3.3; 6.4.3; 7.4.5
addresses 8
adhesives 7.11
         addictive habits 7.11.4
         irritants 7.11.1
         petroleum-based 7.11.3
         super glues 7.11.2
aerosols 4.7; 7.8.7
appliances, gas see gas equipment
art rooms, design and layout 5.1
artificial organs 4.12

B
batting machines 6.1.5
bench-mounted off-hand grinders 6.1.9
bibliography 8
blungers 6.1.2
building blocks 7.5

C
ceramics
         batting machines 6.1.5
         bench-mounted off-hand grinders 6.1.9
         blungers 6.1.2
         clay dust 7.6.3
         compressors 6.1.7
         equipment 6.1
         firing 7.6.6
         glazes 7.6.2; 7.6.5
         jiggers 6.1.5
         kilns 6.1.10
         lathes 6.1.6
         lead 7.6.1
         machinery 6.1
         materials 7.6
         over-firing 7.6.7
         potmills 6.1.3
         pottery wheels 6.1.4
         pugmills 6.1.1
         spray booths 6.1.8
         toxic materials 7.6.4
         working methods 6.1; 6.1.11
chemicals 4.10
class size 4.6; 5.1
cleaning 4.15
clothing, protective see personal protective equipment
common law 2.1
compressors 6.1.7
computers 6.6
computer projectors 6.7
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2.2.3
corrosive substances see acids
COSHH see Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (above)

D
darkrooms 6.5.1
developers 6.5.2
display screens see visual display units
drainage 5.2.4
dyes 7.9
         acetic acid 6.4.3
         acid 7.9.3
         azoic 7.9.7
         basic 7.9.4
         direct 7.9.2
         hot wax 6.4.4
         mercury vapour lamps 6.4.5
         powders 7.9.1
         procion 7.9.5
         solvents 6.4.3
         storage, preparation and handling 6.4.2
         synthetic mordant 7.9.6
         working with 6.4.1

E
education
         safety 3
         special educational needs 3.2
electrical equipment 6; 5.2.5
electricity 2.2.8; 4.11; 5.2.5
electricit 5.2.7; 6.3.3; 6.4.3; 7.4.5
Electricity at Work Regulations 2.2.8
equipment 6
         electrical see electrical equipment
         gas see gas equipment
         protective see personal protective equipment
etching 6.3.3; 7.4.5
eye protection 4.13

F
fire precautions 4.7
first aid
         classroom 4.8
         HIV precautions 4.9
         kits 4.8
fixatives 7.11 see also adhesives
fuses 5.2.5

G
gas 4.11; 5.2.6
gas equipment 5.2.6
glass 7.4
         acid etching 7.4.5
         batch mixing and loading 7.4.1
         cutting 7.4.3
         fibre 7.3.3
         grinding 7.4.3
         hot 7.4.2
lead 7.4.4
polishing 7.4.3
glazes 7.6.2; 7.6.5
glue see adhesives
grinders, bench-mounted off-hand 6.1.9
group sizes 4.6
guillotines 6.2.4

H
hazards, identifying 2.5
health, key functions 3.1
Health and Safety at Work Act 2.2.1
Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 2.2.7
heating 5.2.2
heavy loads 2.2.9; 7.5
HFLs see highly flammable liquids
highly flammable liquids 2.2.10; 5.2.7
Highly Flammable Liquids and Liquefied Petroleum Gases Regulations 2.2.10
HIV 4.3

I
insulation blocks 7.5
isolators 5.2.5

J
jiggers 6.1.5

K
kilns
         electric 5.2.5; 6.1.10
         gas 5.2.6; 6.1.10
knives 6.2.1
lathes 6.1.6

L
law
         common 2.1
         statute 2.2
lead 7.4.4; 7.6.1
leads 5.2.5
legal responsibilities, teachers 2.4
legislation 2
         Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2.2.3
         Electricity at Work Regulations 2.2.8
         Health and Safety at Work Act 2.2.1
         Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 2.2.7
         Highly Flammable Liquids and Liquefied Petroleum Gases Regulations 2.2.10
         Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 2.2.2
         Manual Handling Operations Regulations 2.2.9
         Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 2.2.5
         Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 2.2.6
         Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2.2.12
         Safety Signs Regulations 2.2.11
         Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 2.2.4
lighting 5.2.1
liquefied petroleum gases 2.2.10; 5.2.7
LPG see liquefied petroleum gases

M
machinery 6
maintenance 4.5
management 4
         class 4.2
         fire precautions 4.7
         health and safety functions 3.1
         maintenance 4.5
         school 4.1
Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 2.2.2
Manual Handling Operations Regulations 2.2.9
materials 7
         scrap 7.10
mercury vapour lamps 6.4.5
metals 7.1
         casting 7.1.1
         electric welding 7.1.3
         oxy-fuel welding 7.1.2
         soldering, 7.1.4

N

O
organisation 4.3; 4.4
outside visits 4.14

P
pace-makers 4.12
paints 7.7
         ingestion 7.7.3
         pigments 7.7.1
         spraying 7.7.2
personal protective equipment 2.2.5; 4.13
Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 2.2.5
photography 6.5
         darkrooms 6.5.1
         developers 6.5.2
         processing rooms 6.5.3
plastics 7.3
         glass fibre 7.3.3
         types 7.3.1
         uncured polyester resin 7.3.2
potmills 6.1.3
pottery wheels 6.1.4
PPE see personal protective equipment
printmaking 6.3
         etching 6.3.3
         machinery 6.3.1
         screen printing 6.3.2
processes 6
processing rooms 6.5.3
projectors (computer) 6.7
propanone 7.8.5
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 2.2.6
pugmills 6.1.1

Q

R
references 8
Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2.2.12
resuscitation procedure 4.9
risk assessments 2.5

S
safety
         education 3
         signs 2.2.11
         working methods 6.1.11
Safety Signs Regulations 2.2.11
scrap materials 7.10
         cutting 7.10.1
         handling 7.10.1
         personal hygiene 7.10.3
         shaping 7.10.1
         storage 7.10.4
         treating surfaces 7.10.2
screen printing 6.3.2
services 5.2
signs, safety 2.2.11
soldering , 7.1.4
solvents 6.4.3; 7.8
         aerosols 7.8.7
         inhalation 7.8.3
         propanone 7.8.5
         skin irritations 7.8.2
         tetrachiomethane 7.8.4
         turpentine 7.8.6
         volatility 7.8.1
special educational needs 3.2
spray booths 6.1.8
statute law 2.2 - see also legislation
storage 5.2.7; 6.4.2
super glues 7.11.2

T
teachers
         health and safety functions 3.1
         legal responsibilities 2.4
         safety education 3
technicians 4.5
tetrachloromethane 7.8.4
textiles 6.4
thermometers 6.5.3
tools 6
         care of 6.2.3
         cutting 6.2
         shared use 6.2.2
toxic materials 7.6.4
turpentine 7.8.6

U
untidiness 4.4

V
VDUs see visual display units
ventilation 5.2.3
visual display units 2.2.7; 6.6

W
water supply 5.2.4
wax, hot 6.4.4
welding
         electric 7.1.3
         oxy-fuel 7.1.2
woodwork 7.2
work experience 4.14
working practices, safe 3
Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 2.2.4

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