FT Safety 5

Author: Flite Test STEM

Learning Strand: Ft Workbench

Level: All School Levels

Length: 2 hours. Implementing a safety plan perfect for high school classroom environment!

Standards Addressed


ISTE STANDARDS FOR STUDENTS

  • Technology Operations and Concepts 


Objectives

STUDENTS WILL

  • Understand the use of safety by learning how to implement through practice situations of the FT Safety 5 guide.
  • Create a 5-rule safety program to implement during their Flite Test units.

Materials Needed

FT HS Safety 5 Posters (Attached to this lesson for printing)


FT HS Safety 5 Prezi



FT Safety 5 Handout HS (Attached to this lesson for printing)


Activity

Step 1

   WHAT IS SAFETY 5?

TEACHER NOTE: Explain the details of the FT Safety 5 program via the FT STEM created Prezi.

  • Introduce the concept of safety and how it can make an environment more productive.
  • Introduce the FT-HS Safety Posters (Attached to this lesson for printing) Explain how these will act as reminders throughout the process of each project.
  • Pass out the FT Safety 5 Handout HS (Attached to this lesson for printing)


  • Using the FT Safety 5 Prezi, go over the safety program while students follow along in their handouts. Below is a quick video on what the presentation has to offer.  USE the FT Safety 5 Prezi when delivering the lesson.




Step 2

SIMULATED FT SAFETY 5

TEACHER NOTE: This step will likely take place on Day 2. It is time for the students to demonstrate their understanding of FT Safety 5.

  • Divide the classroom into 5 groups and assign each group a different Safety 5 step.
  • Utilizing their notes from the previous day, have them create a short scenario demonstrating the correct way to execute the step.
  • After allowing some time for the groups to create their skit, have each one present to the class their understanding of the assigned step.

Step 3

FT SAFETY 5 THE WORKPLACE


TEACHER NOTE: With the students getting a firm grip on the Safety standards, walk them around the room and set norms of what to do and not to do in certain areas of the room. This is based on teacher preferences, the classroom layout, etc. Below are some norms you might want to cover:

  1. What is the FT S5 for the Design Lab?
  2. What is the FT S5 for the Production Lab?
  3. FT S5 for the flying field?
  4. FT S5 for bench testing equipment?
  5. FT S5 for LiPo charging and maintenance?
  6. FT S5 for machine usage?
  7. FT S5 for indoor flying?

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