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Name : 1) Ahmad Fahmi Bin Mohd Adni (A11PP0113) : 2) Muhamad Eizanie Bin Muhamad (A11PP0145) : 3) Nur Ayunni Binti Abdullah (A11PP0165) : 4) Nur Afiqah Binti Mohd Nasir (A11PP0158) : 5) Nor Wahidah Binti Wahab (A11PP0152) Lecturer Libunao : PM.Assoc.DR Wilfredo Harrera

INTRODUCTION Safety First. That slogan always remind us how important safety in our life. With complete safety guides that safety department provide we sure that an accident can be control easily, but if we could not use or follow their rules any kind of accident can be happen and it may cause injury especially working in automotive workshops. Manual handling injuries are the most common type of injury occurring in automotive workshops. The injuries occur from handling heavy or awkward objects, heavy lifting, and prolonged or sustained work in awkward postures. This injury trend occurs across all types of vehicle repair, maintenance or installation work, and on all types of vehicles. Given the nature of the work there is always the risk of severe injury or fatality. Some risks are obvious, such as vehicles falling from hoists or jacks, being hit by a passing vehicle while carrying out roadside work, or tires exploding during inflation. While there may be risks associated with this type of work, these risks can be avoided. Guidance material is available from Work Safe that may help staff or student fulfil their obligations. Other sources of information include your industry association, suppliers and manufacturers advice, Australian Standards, training courses, advice from consultants, experienced practitioners, unions, insurers, rehabilitation providers, legal practitioners, researchers, inventors, auditors and others. Together these contribute to the state of knowledge about hazards in automotive workshops and how to eliminate or control them.

OBJECTIVE The main objective of this task are : a) To ensure the safety criteria in the automotive workshop which are practices by the students. b) To indentify the aspect of safety management in automotive workshop.

c) To give awareness and enhancing injury prevention.

ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION Letter of permission to visit the automotive shop has been issued by PM. Assoc. Dr. Wilfredo Herrera Libunao. This letter as evidence of students under the operating PM. Assoc. Dr. Wilfredo Herrera Libunao will perform assigned tasks. Approval letter as an attachment back page PERMISSION TO DO THE MONITORING IN AUTOMOTIVE WORKSHOPS On 14th October 2011, 2 members have gathered to meet with management in the automotive workshop to get the exact date for doing the assigned tasks. After the discussion is done, the management agreed to allow all members to do the monitoring at the workshop concerned The details are as follows: Day : Tuesday

Time : 11am - 12 pm Place : N 26 Automotive Workshop MONITORING AUTOMOTIVE WORKSHOP Such as date and time appointed, we had gathered in front of the N 26 as early as 10:45 in the morning. After a few brief from Mr. Mohd Rafiz bin Abd Bakar, we are allowed to perform the required monitoring. We examine the entire workshop guidelines set by Assoc. Prof Wilfredo Herrera Libunao. Other than monitoring, we also asked about the things we want to know such as management and other tasks. Mr. Mohd Rafiz bin Abd Bakar also allows us to take the pictures. After half an hour to do the monitoring, we are awaiting the arrival of Automotive Workshop instructor, Mr. Zainal Abidin bin Tukiman in the lecture room. He explained to us the history of the workshop. Mr. Zainal also describes the security aspects

that must be observed by all students before practical training started. Mr. Zainal also do not mind to share a little bit about the management of this workshop. According to him, this workshop is rarely used because the numbers of students who attend this course are limited. He was also very proud if the students can understand the practical training is taught. Discussions with Mr Zainal end around 12 noon. RESULT Hazard

- Risk to other ceiling broken. Fire Extinguisher

- The greasy floor will cause the risk of slipping.

- A maze of electrical wires will cause a short circuit.

- Fire extinguishers should be updated to be used in case of emergencies.


-Equipment should be arranged according to specific.

DISCUSSION This workshop should be maintained regularly to workshop safety is enhanced. Lecturers should be concerned about the environment in the workshops to create a practical and safe condensif. Students must instil concern for the safety of themselves and others. This is to avoid the risk of accidents or injuries in the workshops. Goods and equipment in the workshop should be adequate to your needs and learning of education.

RECOMMENDATION This workshop does not fulfil the actual workshop standards. Originally, this workshop is designed for office site. The workshop should be concerned with their safety in this workshop. For example in terms of spatial arrangement, ventilation, fire prevention, first aid, personal protection equipment, machine guarding, safety and housekeeping electrical. Workshop safety is very important consideration to consumers workshops to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries. The management should ensure that the layout of workshop equipment and tools in accordance with a predetermined specification. In addition, ensure that all equipment such as fire extinguishers and first aid is always maintained. Management also needs to make a survey on personal protection equipment. For example gloves, earplugs, aprons, safety boot, goggles, etc. Besides that, the workshop also need to ensure adequate automotive related equipment for the learning needs of students.

1) Good housekeeping is essential if workshops are to be safe places to work. Workshop users should replace tools and equipment immediately after use and remove swarf, filings and other debris from machine beds, workbenches and the floor as soon as possible. Tools should not be left in machine beds while the machine is running. The floor should be kept clear of obstructions, and spillages must be cleaned up immediately. Metal waste bins should be provided and used. Faulty wiring, worn or defective equipment, unsatisfactory storage arrangements and other circumstances likely to lead to an accident should be reported.
2) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) means all equipment (including clothing giving

protection against the weather) which is worn or held to protect against risks to health or safety. There are recommendations that we suggest:
a. Provision of PPE: Employers must ensure that suitable PPE is

provided to employees exposed to a risk to their health or safety except where the risk has been adequately controlled by other equally, or more effective means.
b. Accommodation: Suitable accommodation must be provided for the

safe storage of PPE. Contaminated or defective PPE should also be segregated. 3) Storage of Materials. Proper racking facilities should be provided for the storage of sheet materials, rod bars, etc. Vertical racking requires a safety chain or bar. Where appropriate, the protruding ends of rods and the sharp corners of sheet materials should be sheathed to prevent injury. CONCLUSION We can conclude that safety management is very important especially in workshop that always have a risk to get accident. Based on our research to indentify of level the safety automotive workshop, we are truly not satisfied with their workshop safety management also poor housekeeping. For example, the floor was full of oil that might be caused slippery and be dangerous to students and the storage of tools not used properly. In addition, safety management is very important and should applied to all workshop for accident prevention. Therefore, safety guides is important in ensuring that a workshop can be used safely without any risk and to protect the users.

REFERRENCES PM. Assoc. Dr. Wilfredo Herrera Libunao Mr. Adnan bin Ahmad, assistant of automotive workshop. Mr. Mohd Rafiz bin Abd Bakar, Automotive Workshop instructor http://www.ehow.com/way_5403252_automotive-shop-safety-rules.html