This document was put together over a period of many years and is important due to the nature of the program. There are many ways to be injured or cause property damage that don't exist in traditional academic classroom settings. Rules of conduct are spelled out in detail. Two-piece dark blue work uniforms are required when working in the shop. This requirement makes the students feel like the professionals they are training to become and it makes the program look professional when tours and other visitors enter the shop. This rule had lapsed for a number of years but was enforced again after a few students continued to show up with torn, paint-stained ragged jeans after repeated requests to dress in a neat and tidy manner. No employer would want his customers to see his employees dressed like that. There is a reason we wear uniforms on the job. This is an appropriate time to get used to the idea.
You will want this or any similar policy document to be reviewed by the school administration to be sure no laws or school rules are violated. Most automotive programs already have some type of department policy in place. You might find one or two items here that are worth adding to your policy.