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The Wood studio had a major piece of equipment fail and maintenance in underway. For the rest of winter term, use of big equipment will be restricted to studio times when a wood tech is present.
Knowledge and understanding of rules and procedures defined in the Woodshop Safety Manual is the member’s responsibility. CC Manager & Woodshop Supervisors hold all rights to change and/or modify at any time or for any specific situation. Woodshop Staff and personnel are available to help and supply any additional information, Just Ask! However, this help is not a substitute for proper training & experience needed by member. The Craft Center offers classes with instruction in techniques, materials and proper use of tool and equipment.
The Craft Center provides access to tools and equipment that may cause personal bodily injury.
To reduce the danger and possibility of injury, the Craft Center requires all members not enrolled in a woodworking class, wishing to use the large equipment in the Wood Studio to attend a Safety Assessment.
Members must complete steps 1-3 once per academic year. This includes taking and passing the safety quiz with a score of 70% or higher.
Safety Manual Safety Video Safety Quiz
The Craft Center does not provide insurance to its users. Members must accept full responsibility for their actions, including reimbursing others for damages to them or their property. Members are responsible to replace tools or equipment damaged by their misuse. Memberships may be revoked with no refund for dangerous actions or inappropriate conduct. The Craft Center works to keep all its equipment in good and safe working condition. If you see any dangerous situations or damaged equipment, please report them to the Craft Center Desk Staff immediately. The Craft Center is not responsible for members personal tools, materials or projects left out in the studios.