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Sheet Metal Shop Practices - Vol. 10
2-1. General Shop Rules. The practices and proce- dures described in thischapter pertain to the manufactur- ing and repair functions of aviation activities and are applicable to all évels of maintenance. Because of the many types of Army aircraft, each shop within the manufacturing and repair section must, of necessity, have personnel trained in general practices and proce- dures to the extent that different type and model aircraft do not upset a smooth running shop. Responsihility All supervisory personnel in the manufacturing section are responsible for a continuin and effective shop safety program. To implement an maintain this program, shop supervisors will utilize bulle- tin boards, Signs, and any other effective method. Shop personnel will cooperate in the shop safety program by making helpful recommendations, and continually exer- cising care and caution in the operation of all shop equip- ment. All shop personnel will strive to improve the safety program and be especially alert to observe and correct hazardous conditions and unsafe shop practices. All ac- cidents, no matter how minor, shall be reported to the shop supervisor, and all published instructions regarding safety shall be strictly adhered to. Also, safety engineers and safety officers will ensure that proper safety proce- dures are adhered to in accordance with AR 385-10, Army Safety Program; AR 385-30, Safety Color Code Markings and Signs; AR 385-32, Protective Clothing and Equipment; The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1971, OSHA 1910.251; all applicable fire codes, NFPA 410; and other accepted civilian and military safety prac- b. Shoo Housekeeoing- Housekeeping is the yard- stick by which the shops in the manufacturing section are judged. A clean, well arranged shop is a safe shop and reflects credit on all personnel concerned with its opera- tion. The following shop practices shall be observed. (1) Oil pans or drip pans shall be used where leaking oil, grease, and similar materials may cause haz- ardous accumulations on equipment or floors. All spills shall be cleaned up immediately. Approved sweeping compound may be used to remove these materials from the floor.
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