The purpose of this exercise is to give you practice in identifying unsafe conditions.

How Safe Is My University?

Purpose: The purpose of this exercise is to give you practice in identifying unsafe conditions. Required Understanding: You should be familiar with material covered in this chapter, particularly that on unsafe conditions and that in Figure. How to Set Up the Exercise/Instructions: Divide the class into groups of four. Assume that each group is a safety committee retained by your college or university’s safety engineer to identify and report on any possible unsafe conditions in and around the school building. Each group will spend about 45 minutes in and around the building you are now in for the purpose of identifying and listing possible unsafe conditions. Return to the class in about 45 minutes. A spokesperson for each group should list on the board the unsafe conditions you think you have identified. How many were there? Do you think these also violate OSHA standards? How would you go about checking?

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