Type
Word Search
Description

Acrylic
Battery
Battery holder
Design
Fastening
Health and Safety
Heat
LED
Light
polypropylene
shade
Silhouette
Solder
Soldering iron
Switch
Wires

Soldering Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Heat
Copper track
Joint
Circuit
PCB
Connection
Apron
Safety goggles
Conductor
Wire
L.E.D.
Light dependent resistor
Transistor
Resistor
Solder
Battery
Bulb
Soldering Iron

Electronics Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Latop
I pad
Wire
Phone
Copper
Television
Switch
Resistor
Positive
Negative
Motor
Light
Lamp
Heat
Gas
Electrician
Crocodile Clips
Current
Cell
Bulb
Non renewable
Renewable
Tests
Batteries
Electronics
Conductors
Insulators

Conductors and Insulators Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Amps
Battery
Bulb
Cable
Cells
Circuit
Conductor
Connection
Cooker
Current
Dangerous
Electric
Electricty
Electrons
Energy
Flowing
Fuse
Generator
Heat
Insulator
Mains
Negative
Neutral
Parallel
Plastic
Positive
Power
Protect
Radiator
Resistance
Series
Shock
Switch
Symbols
Television
Transfer
Volt
Voltage
Voltmeter
Wires

Electronics Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

AMPERE
ANALOG
BATTERY
CAPACITOR
CATHODE
CELLS
CIRCUIT
CONDUCTOR
CURRENT
DIGITAL
DIODE
ELECTRICITY
ELECTRODE
FLUX
LEAD
LED
MRERRETT
OHMS
POSITIVE
POWER
RESISTANCE
RESISTOR
SOLDER
SWITCHES
TINNING
TRANSFORMER
TRANSISTOR
VOLTAGE
WATT
WIRE

HANDTOOLS Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

WHAT TYPE OF HAMMER IS MOST COMMON FOR AIRCRAFT MECHANICS? BALL PEEN HAMMER
USED TO BREAK LOOSE VERT TIGHT FASTENERS, ADDITIONAL LENGTH ALLOWS FOR MORE LEVERAGE BREAKER BAR
TYPE OF WRENCH THAT HAS PARALLEL JAWS ON EACH END OPEN END
PLIERS THAT GRIP WIRE AND LOCK SECURELY ALLOWING THE KNOB TO BE PULLED FOR UNIFORM TWISTS SAFETY WIRE
WRENCH THAT HAS HEXAGONAL CROSS SECTIONAND IS IN THE SHAPE OF THE LETTER "L" ALLEN WRENCH
COMES IN SHALLOW, DEEP, 6 AND 12 POINT OR UNIVERSAL SOCKET
TYPE OF SOCKET THAT LOOKS LIKE A BIRDS CLAW CROWS FOOT
LONG HANDLE PLIERS USED FOR APPLYING FORCE TO JAWS THAT CAN ADJUST WATER PUMP
ADJUSTABLE END WRENCH WITH 1 FIXED JAW AND OTHER JAW THAT SLIDES ON A GROOVE MOVED BY A WORM GEAR CRESCENT WRENCH
TYPE OF BIT HOLDER THAT CONSIST OF THE BIT AND HOLDER APEX HOLDER
CUTS SAFETY WIRE, COTTER KEYS AND OTHER SMALL METALS DIAGONAL CUTTERS
SCREWDRIVER WITH BLUNT POINT AND STAR OR CROSS SHAPE PHILIPS
SCREWDRIVER WITH A WEDGE SHAPE FLAT TIP FLATHEAD
SERRATED JAW FOR GRIPPING ROUND OBJECTS AND FLAT JAW FOR FLAT MATERIAL SLIP JOINT
PLIERS WITH LONG NARROW JAWS USED TO HOLD WIRES OR SMALL OBJECTS NEEDLE NOSE
6 OR 12 POINT WRENCH THAT RATCHETS RITCHY RATCHET
LONG HANDLE WITH WIDE SERRATED JAWS THAT SECURELY HOLDS SAFETY WIRE DUCKBILL PLIERS
CLOSED END WRENCH USED TO APPLY MORE TORQUE BOX END
MULTIPLE SIZE MEASURING DEVICE TO MEASURE CLEARANCES IN CRITICAL AREAS FEELER GAGES
LOCKING PLIERS WITH A KNOB THAT ADJUSTS THE OPENING OF THE JAWS VISE-GRIP
WRENCH THAT HAS OPEN AND CLOSED END WITH SAME SIZE COMBINATION WRENCH

CURRENT ELECTRICITY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

controls current flow switch
Transforms electrical energy into other types of energy Load
What part of a circuit is a battery? source
Multiple cells connected. Battery
Electrons move back and forth, changing direction. More efficient method of distributing electrical energy. Alternating current
Measured in Watts (W) power
How much useful energy an electrical device produces compared to amount that was supplied to the device. efficiency
Inefficient type of light bulb. incandescent
Loads connected in a row. series
Electrons can flow more thatn one direction in a circuit. parallel
Used to measure electric current. ammeter
A voltmeter is connected in _________________. parallel
A voltmeter is connected across a source or a ________________. load
Another term for voltage. Potential difference
Energy divided by charge. Voltage
As you increase the temperature of a wire, the resistance ____________. increases
As you increase the number of loads in parallel, the current drawn from the source _________________ increases
A circuit has 3 lamps connected in series. The total voltage of the circuit is nine volts. What is the voltage of lamp one? three volts
A renewable source of energy. wind
What is moving in a circuit? electrons

Engineers A-Z Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Makes planes and space crafts Space&Air
Advances in technology and health Biomedical
Design and build tunnels and bridges Civil
Make anti-lock brakes for cars Developement
Design electrical wires and poles Electric
Make food processing machines Food
Manipulates and studies dna Genetic
Designs highways and flow of traffic HighWay
Insulate houses and buildings Insulation
Make Jet Engines Jet
Deal with movements humans make Kinetic
Supervise lighting manufacturing Lighting
They use the principles of math and science to design mechanical products Mechanical
Design Nuclear power plants Nuclear
Work in processing of oil reserves Oil
Work on exploration Petroleum
Makes sure an item is of good quality Quality
design components of Railroads Railroad
Maintain Design of software systems Software
Design phones and how they transmit data to one another Technology
Responsible for making sure your utilities are available Utility
Makes medicine suitable for animals Veterinarian
Oversees water quality and sewage treatment Water&Sewage
Design X-ray machines to view bodies X-ray
Test the stress point of materials Yield
Design animal habitats Zooligist

Chapter 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An unplanned, undesirable event that can cause property damage, injuries or fatalities, time lost from work, or disruptions of work. accident
Each operation needs to have forms for reporting injuries or illnesses involving both guests and employees. accident investigation
The deliberate and malicious burning of property. arson
These fire safety systems operate even when no one is in the facility and usually include a type of heat detector that releases dry or wet chemicals, carbon dioxide, or inert gases. automatic systems
Restores breathing and heartbeat to injured persons who show no signs of breathing or a pulse. cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Usually involve wood, paper, cloth, or cardboard and typically happen in dry-storage areas, dining areas, garbage areas, and restrooms. Class A Fires
Usually involve flammable liquids and grease and typically start in kitchens and maintenance areas. Class B Fires
Usually involve live electrical equipment and typically occur in motors, switches, cords, circuits, and wiring. class C fires
A plan designed to protect workers, guests, and property in the case of an emergency or disaster. Emergency plan
Routes planned to give everyone at least two ways out of the building to a safe meeting place in case of emergency. Evacuation Routes
Medical treatment given to an injured person either for light injuries or until more complete treatment can be provided by emergency service or other health care providers. First Aid
Work by reacting to the movement of flames. Flame Detectors
A safety inspection of facilities, equipment, employee practices, and management practices. General Safety Audit
Also called Right-to-Know and HAZCOM. This safety standard requires that all employers notify their employees about chemical hazards present on the job and train employees to use these materials safely. Hazard Communication Standard
Items that cause short- or long-term injuries or illnesses. Health Hazards
Detect fires where there is no smoke. They are activated by the significant increase of temperature associated with fire. Heat Detectors
Removes food or other obstacles from the airway of a choking person. Heimlich Maneuver
The legal responsibility that one person has to another. Liability
A report OSHA requires from chemical manufacturers and suppliers for each hazardous chemical they sell. Material Safety Data Sheet
An event in which property damage or injury is narrowly avoided. Near Miss
The federal agency that creates and enforces safety related standards and regulations in the workplace. OSHA
A summary of occupational injuries and illnesses that each operation maintains throughout the year. OSHA Form No. 300
Materials, situations, or things (including chemicals) that can cause damage to property and immediate injury. Physical Hazards
All the property around a restaurant or foodservice establishment. Premises
Designed to meet the specific needs of the operation, these guidelines are based on existing safety practices and the insurance carrier's requirements. Safety Program Guidelines
Work by reacting to smoke Smoke Detectors

Holiday Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Inspect _____________ electrical decorations for damage before use: cracked or damaged sockets, loose or bare wires, and loose connections may cause a serious shock or start a fire electrical
Avoid _____________ electical outlets overloading
Never connect more then _____________ strings of lights together as may blow a fuse or cause a fire. three
Keep tree away from floor heaters, fire __________, or other heat sources to avoid fires from starting places
Never use ___________ extension cords outside. inside
Check decoration for _________________label to be sure they were tested for safety and will not be hazard certification
Stay in _____________ when cooking to prevent cooking fires kitchen
____________ tree daily as dry trees cause a serious fire hazard water
keep poisonous ______________ out of reach of children and pets plants
Make sure ____________ has a stable platform and use string to steady if needed Tree
Designate a ____________ driver sober
Turn ________, unplug, and extinguish all decorations when going to sleep or leaving the house off
Test your ______________ detector and do not take batteries out to use on childrens toys smoke
Be sure to wash ____________ before preparing a meal especially when touching raw meat. hands

Floral Design Tools Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to secure floral foam in container Anchor tape
Provides support and stability for stems; holds water for fresh cut flowers oasis
where a note may be witten and attached to a floral arrangement enclosure card
widest ribbon used for large bows and homecoming mums #40ribbon
used to cut floral material ONLY stem cutter
narrow piece of wire wooden picks
tool used for many different things in floral design glue gun
tools used to hold enclosed card in an arrangement cardette
provides a small amount of water to flowers; pointed end that sticks into foam water picks
attaches to flowers to give length and strength to stems metal picks
used to hold funeral arrangements wire easel
provides support and stability for stems; typically used dry dry foam
base used in a casket spray arrangement casket saddle
used to cut floral wire wire cutter
used to cut floral plant material floral knife
used for replacing natural stems for corsages, binding stems for hand-tied bouquets chenille stems
used as a base for a wrist corsage wrist corsage holder
used as a base and handle for bouquet arrangements nosegay holder
used to attach corsages to clothing corsage pin
18 inches long; comes in different gages florist wire
used for corsage work and small bows #3 ribbon
used when packaging flowers for selling cellophane
used to attach metal picks to dry or silk flowers pick machine
used to cover wires and stems of corsages and boutonniere work; paper coated with paraffin or wax floral tape
holds water and is used for boxed flowers water tubes
used to attach boutonnieres to clothing boutonniere pin
used for things like Homecoming mums and potted plants #9 ribbon