Scene Shop Dress Code and Safety Rules

Dress Code

  • Avoid rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings or any dangly jewelry.  Stud earrings are acceptable.
  • Long hair should be tied back or kept under a hat or otherwise kept from the face.
  • T-shirts and jeans made from natural fabrics, such as cotton, are best.  Do not wear worn or ripped clothing as it can cause potential injury.
  • Wear closed-toed shoes, sneakers or preferably boots, and pants.  Sandals, dress shoes or any other form of non-protective shoe is unacceptable.

If you fail to dress appropriately during shop hours, you will be asked to leave.

Safety Rules

  1. NEVER use any tool unless you have been taught how to safely operate it.
  2. ALWAYS use eye protection.
  3. NO open toed shoes allowed in the scene shop.
  4. REMOVE or FASTEN any loose or dangly jewelry and clothing.
  5. LONG HAIR must be tied back or covered up.
  7. DO NOT distract, startle, or talk to anyone using a power tool.
  8. ONLY use a tool in the manner it was designed.  (Wrenches are NOT hammers!)
  9. NEVER walk away from a tool that is still turned on.
  10. ALWAYS use all of a tool’s safety guards and guides.
  11. NEVER attempt to use a tool that is broken.
  12. NOTIFY the shop foreman when you find a broken tool.
  13. ALWAYS clean up your workspace before moving on to a new project.
  14. CLEAN UP all spills immediately.
  15. KNOW the locations of ALL First Aid, Fire, and Safety Equipment.