This is a video showing unsafe work practices when doing hot work (welding) on a flammable material storage tank. This is a case study that will help the student gain a deeper understanding for the need to follow OSHA safe work practices while doing hot work.
Type of Material:
A supplement to a classroom presentation on regulatory standards or an individual student activity.
Internet browser; adequate Internet connection speed; Updated Flash player plug-in.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The student will know the important to use safe work practices and follow all required OSHA standards when performing hot work on flammable storage tanks. The need for hot work permits; Work performed by trained personnel; Isolating work areas; Installation of physical safety devices; Using gas detectors.
Target Student Population:
College level health and safety students and/or field workers who do hot work, first responders who may be called to an emergency event at a location that has flammable storage tanks and systems.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic understand of OSHA and it's mission.
Excellent production that targets specific learning goals. Quality animation, video, and still images. Narrator was clear and interview were pertinent.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Uses a dramatic event to emphasize the point of oilfield safety.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Easy to navigate. Straight forward in its message.
Other Issues and Comments:
This can be used for both industry and first responder training.
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