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1 Safety Tutorial for Computer Networking Technician Maggie Jensen Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES Belmont, NY

2 2 Training Tasks for Computer Networking Technician Maintain System Performance Create System State Backups Upgrading Hardware though Expansion Cards and Input/Output Devices Upgrading Operating Systems Clean, Install Oper;ating System Device Drivers Collection of Data through User to Assess Problem Fundamentals Adding Security and Virus Protection Troubleshooting Hardware Using Network Resources Using Diagnostics to Assess System Performance

3 3 Pre-Test 1.What is an Anti-Static Strap? 2.Is it necessary to turn a computer/monitor off when fixing or upgrading? 3.What is ESD? 4.Can you be burned? 5.Can you die of electrical shock?

4 4 Appropriate Clothes Professional Slacks and Collared Shirt Neat, Ironed, Tucked-In Look Sturdy, Comfortable Shoes

5 5 Safety Equipment Anti-Static Strap Computer OFF POSITION Monitor OFF POSITION

6 6 Electrical Possibilities Computer can be destroyed. Use an anti-static strap when computer is off to protect the computer from ESD (Electro Static Discharge) Do NOT use anti-static strap with any other component Must have knowledge on various components, i.e. capacitors, monitors, integrated chips BEWARE: Capacitors can hold a charge in monitors for up to a month

7 7 Floor Plan If working at a business, know the entrance, back exit, or fire escapes Always find out where the fire extinguishers are on the first day of working

8 8 Angry/threatening Customers Public Relations is always to be considered with the clients. Good Interpersonal skills can keep your customers from reaching this point!

9 9 Possible Injuries on the Job Electric shock – if computer or monitor is on when you are workin gon it – possible death – Burn – touching processor, overheated power supply

10 10 HOW and to WHOM DO YOU REPORT AN INJURY? Report any injury to the employer (internship sponsor) Report any injury to your teacher and work-based learning coordinator Report any injury to your parents Put the notice in writing and fill out any paperwork given to you for insurance claims

11 11 Please Use the Handout Provided to Answer the Following Questions

12 12 Post Test Now Let’s See What You Learned! 1.What is ESD? 2.What is an Anti-Static Strap 3.When do you wear an Anti-Static Strap 4.Can you die from electric shock received from a computer? 5.How long can a monitor hold a charge?

13 13 Post Test, Continued How can you be burned on the job? Is it important to know where the fire extinguisher is? Do you need to know where the exits are in a building? Who do you report an injury to? Does the school need to know?

14 14 Safety Web Resources

15 15 Thank You Very Much and Good Luck at Your Internship!


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