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OSHA regulations can be an excellent resource and tool for both the student engineers and faculty advisors, as an addition to a comprehensive safety plan. This will also benefit the students by introducing them to safety standards that they will likely encounter in industry. Safety is not a perfect science, accidents will still happen. But, the more tools and knowledge available, the easier it is to proactively prevent possible safety hazards. OSHA regulations should be incorporated into the safety program as a “best practices” resource for the student engineering projects at a university. For any university with student-led projects, the old adage, “safety first,” should always apply.
Fig. 4 Team Leader John Winker with the 2005 MTSU Mini Baja.
Elements of an Effective Safety and Health Program. OSHA Voluntary Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines, 1989.
Foroudastan, S. & Anderton M., “Implementing a National Competition Design Project as a Capstone Course at MTSU" 2006 Proceeding of ASEE-SE conference.
Foroudastan, S. & Anderton M., “Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at Middle Tennessee State University” ASEE Conference, 2006.
NIOSH Safety Checklist Program for Schools. Chapter 2: How to Establish an Effective Occupational Safety and Health and Environmental Safety Program. October 2003. < http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2004-101/chap2.html>
Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR).
Pictures taken by Michael Anderton. November 2005.
Anderton, M., & Foroudastan, S. (2007, June), Addressing And Implementing A Safety Plan For Intercollegiate Design Competitions Paper presented at 2007 Annual Conference & Exposition, Honolulu, Hawaii. 10.18260/1-2--1529
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