Forest Lake Industrial Technology
The Industrial Technology Department expects students to be present and engaged in purposeful daily activities. Any absenteeism is seen as lost opportunity to learn with the class. If the absence is excused the work and time may be made up according to school timelines. If the absence is unexcused it is the instructor’s decision whether or not the work and time can be made up.
STUDENT PROJECT STORAGE
Students’ projects for all Industrial Technology classes must be picked up by the student on or before the end of the term in which the class was taught. If the project is not picked up, it will be discarded or recycled for further use. Any exception to this regulation must be agreed upon by the student and the teacher.
VANDALISM AND STEALING FROM SHOPS
Since vandalism and stealing are so serious and affect the entire educational process, it cannot be tolerated. There is a strong possibility that any student caught stealing or vandalizing will be removed from that industrial tech class immediately and for remainder of the term. Students will then be put in alternate program. In addition, normal school consequences for vandalism and stealing will be given and appropriate restitution will be required, including payment for the damaged or stolen object.
All students are required to wear safety glasses while working in Industrial Tech Shops. Safety glasses will be warn in accordance with Minnesota State Statute 123A.32 (over).
Because the Industrial Tech Department believes this area of safety to be of utmost importance the following procedure will be followed if students do not adhere to the safety glass requirements. A verbal warning will be given the first day of class.
1st time student is working without the proper wearing of safety glasses, the student will receive written warning. A copy will be given to student, dean and teacher.
2nd time student will be given a written form to have signed by parents and returned to the dean within two (2) days. If not returned, step three will be instituted.
3rd time student will be removed from class as per state law.
If student comes to class without safety glasses, the instructor shall place student in restricted area or in a supervised non-hazardous area.
I UNDERSTAND THE INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT PROCEDURES AS LISTED ABOVE
Parent ____________________________________________ Date ________________
Student _____________________________________________ Date ________________
121A.32 Eye Protective Devices.
Subdivision 1. Requirement to wear eye protective devices. Every person shall wear industrial quality eye protective devices when participating in, observing or performing any function in connection with, any courses or activities taking place in eye protection areas, as defined in subdivision 3, of any school, college, university or other educational institution in the state.
Subd. 2. Penalty for failure to wear eye protective devices. Any student failing to comply with such requirements may be temporarily suspended from participation in said course and the registration of a student for such course may be canceled for willful, flagrant, or repeated failure to observe the above requirements.
Subd. 3. Eye protection areas. Eye protection areas shall include, but not to be limited to, vocational or industrial art shops, science or other school laboratories, or school or institutional facilities in which activities are taking place and materials are being used involving:
(1) hot molten metals;
(2) milling, sawing, turning, shaping, cutting, grinding or stamping of any solid materials;
(3) heat treatment, tempering or kiln firing of any metal or other materials;
(4) gas or electric arc welding;
(5) repair or servicing of any vehicle or mechanical equipment;
(6) any other activity or operation involving work in any area that is potentially hazardous to the eye.
Subd. 4. Protective-corrective lenses. Any person desiring protective-corrective lenses instead of the protective devices supplied by the educational institution shall pay for, procure, keep, and use industrial quality eye protective devices.
Subd. 5. Industrial quality eye protective devices defined. "Industrial quality eye protective devices," as used in this section, shall mean devices meeting the standards of the American National Standard Institute, currently identified as Z87.1-1968.
HIST: Ex1967 c 14 s 1 subds 1-6; 1976 c 40 s 1; 1986 c 444; 1998 c 397 art 9 s 26
Copyright 1998 by the Office of Revisor of Statutes, State of Minnesota.
Date ___________________ Instructor _____________________________
Class ________________________ Student ______________________________
The above student has been in violation of the following hazardous safety situation:
Explanation of Incident ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
This is the student’s 1st 2nd 3rd safety violation this year.
Results of next offense ________________________________
WITH THE 2ND OR 3RD OFFENSE, THE STUDENT IS REQUIRED TO HAVE THEIR PARENTS SIGN THIS FORM AND RETURN IT WITHININ THREE (3) SCHOOL DAYS. A PARENT’S SIGNATURE WILL BE NECESSARY FOR YOU TO REGAIN YOUR RIGHT TO WORK IN THE SHOP.