大学生の自動車整備における安全作業の認識度と整備技術 Level of Awareness about Safety Procedures among University Students and their Maintenance Skills
University students undergoing training in auto mechanics inevitably have to carry out hazardous tasks during practical automotive maintenance exercises. Therefore, it is necessary to equip them with safety skills during these exercises and to foster within them an understanding of work safety. In this study, we classified maintenance tasks into various types, determined the maintenance tasks that students had misconceptions about, and investigated the causes for these misconceptions. Furthermore, by investigating Hiyari-Hatto incidents reported by these students during the exercises, we assessed the level of awareness about safety procedures among them and evaluated their maintenance skills. We found that more than 30% of the students had experienced Hiyari-Hatto incidents during their practical automotive maintenance exercises.
工学教育 59(4), 55-59, 2011-07-20
Japanese Society for Engineering Education