Machine Guarding

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Machine GuardingOSHA requires that employees working around machinery are to be protected from moving parts such as spindles, gears, pulleys, blades, and conveyors. Even if the machinery used did not originally come with a guard, its’ the employers’ responsibility to ensure the guards are in place.

In this session we will discuss the areas of machines that must have a guard.What You'll Learn:By attending this training session, you and your co-workers will learn:
  • OSHA’s definitions of the types of areas on machines that must be guarded, point of operation, power transmission apparatus and any other moving parts
  • Basic machinery terminology
  • Hierarchy of workplace hazard controls
  • Machine guarding safeguard classifications
Machine Guarding
Available on CD or On-Demand formats
Qty: 5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 228 Alpharetta, GA 30022 678-366-3959