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Trade & Industrial Education
TI01178
Aircraft Electronics Hazards/Safety Practices
15.00
In this course the student will student the safety practices and identify the hazards related to working with electric equipment and components. During the course of study, students will learn to hazards and safety practices of working with RF energy, noise, electrical power, microwave energy, hazardous liquids and others. General first aid for electrical shock will be covered.
Jeff Huffman, TDL Career Cluster Team Leader, 405-743-5145



*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terms about hazards and safety practices concerning RF energy.

*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terms about hazards and safety practices concerning noise.

*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terminology about hazards and safety practices concerning electrical power to include:

Circuit protection devices

Elimination / termination of circuit power

*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terms about hazards and safety practices concerning ESD protection.





*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terms about hazards and safety practices concerning microwave energy.

*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terminology about hazards and safety practices concerning hazardous liquids to include:

Use of MEK

Use of Acetone

Use of Solvents

Use of cleaners and caustic solutions used in electronics

How to obtain proper Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information

*The student will be able to determine simple facts about practicing Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention to include:

FOD

Tool Control and management

Housekeeping

*The student will be able to identify basic facts and terminology about first aid for electrical shock to include:

The proper steps to take in case of need for first aid

How to rescue someone hurt by electrical shock

First aid and CPR





Competency Test:

NCATT Certified Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET)

National Center for Aircraft Technician Training (NCATT)
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Yes
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Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Aerospace Maintenance Aircraft Electronics Technician