b. Soldiers will need the following to properly clean and conduct preventive maintenance on their M4 carbines. (1) TM 9-1005-319-10. (2) 3 copies of DA FORM 2404. (3) Weapons cleaning kit c. Soldiers will clean and lubricate their M4 Carbine IAW TM 9-1005-319-10 prior to conducting preventive maintenance.
First, we’re going to prepare our work area by putting down newspaper to keep everything clean and protected. 2. Next, clean off your shoes with a rag making sure there’s no dirt or debris. 3. Then, dip your soft rag into the show polish, and begin applying to shoe in circular motion (Making sure to get in all the cracks) 4.
Package and storage of evidence Blood in liquid pools should be picked up on a gauze pad or clean sterile cotton cloth and allowed to dry at room temperature. It should be refrigerated or frozen and taken to the lab as soon as possible. Never attempt to wipe dried stains from an object, any clothing or objects with dried blood stains should be packaged and labelled and sent to the lab. On large objects blood should be scraped off using appropriate tools and envelope should be sealed and
Food should be thrown out or refrigerated after being left out for 2 hours. All reheated food should be heated to 140 degrees F. Make sure you practice good hygiene, by washing your hands, washing utensils before using again, heating properly and storing properly. 1.3 Personal protective clothing (ppe) should be worn when handling food to prevent the spread of germs or bacteria for example if you have a small cut on your hand it could get infected or you could spread infection onto the food therefore spreading to the service user. Using aprons will protect your clothing from becoming dirty but also prevent any bacteria on your clothing spreading onto surfaces and the food you are preparing. Gloves and aprons will also protect your skin from burns from oils, very hot liquids and food containers.
Use the 1.0mm opening for 1.6mm fiber. Also trim the Kevlar to the ‘C’ length using the electrician style scissors. * Using the marker pen and the template card provided, measure and mark the buffer strip length as shown on the template. * Using the buffer strippers, strip off the buffer in at least two pieces. * Using a dry, lint-free wipe; Remove any remnants of the protective coating on the fiber after stripping the buffer.
For this hair the mane brush will be used. To use the mane brush, brush the hair as if it were human hair. After the mane is tangle free, the hooves are ready to be cleaned out. For this particular task the hoof pick will be used. Face the rear end of the horse and stand parallel to his leg.
They can be disposed of or changed and washed after every use. Some PPE used are gloves, gowns, masks and aprons. 2.5 The concept of risk in dealing with specific types of contamination are each item or area will require assessing before cleaning, disinfection or sterilization before task is carried out. Low risk, for example floors, furniture, mobility aids. Medium risk for example bedpans, urinals, commodes.
When blood, body fluids or chemicals spill onto equipment or the environment they are a potential infection risk and should be cleaned up as soon as possible. I would firstly carry out a risk assessment for any spillage and deal with it using standard Universal Infection Control Precautions. In the event of a spillage, I would close off the immediate area to avoid others coming into contact and put up a yellow hazard warning sign to ensure everyone is aware of the potential hazard. I would undertake a risk assessment to establish what cleaning products and methods I would need to clean the area. I would also check for sharps e.g.
Once the room is emptied, the walls should be examined for any repair needed. Any small, raised areas found are usually nail heads to be struck back into the wall. Small holes, hammered or scratched area are then filled with spackling to even the wall appearance. Once dried, the spackling is lightly sanded to smooth any rough edges. Then the trim is taped to decrease any paint disasters where they aren’t wanted.
Tyre arrives in the Retreading Center, it is cleaned carefully with water so, that dirt, dust and mud should all be removed successfully. b. Tyre is left for some time so that it may waterless or a drying device can be used for this purpose. c. Initial examination is carried out to verify that casing is acceptable for retreading process or not. It is systematically examine inside and outside and marked with yellow colored chalk. d. Buffing: - The principal objective of buffing is to prepare the worn out tread surface of tyre to accept a retread.