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    Machine Guarding Safety

    • This course covers the various types of common machinery, machine safe guards, and related OSHA regulations and procedures.
    • This course covers the machinery processes, mechanical motions, points of operation.
    • This course covers the common OSHA machine guarding violations.
    • This course covers ability to recognize hazards and provide options for control and hazard abatement through machine safeguarding.
    • This course covers the workshop inspection and how to check the machine safe guarding.
    • Students will have the ability to describe common machine hazards and sources of energy.
    • Students will have the ability to identify resources for assisting with machine guarding issues.
    • Student will have the ability to determine methods of control and hazard abatement.
    • Students will have the ability to select the appropriate machine safe guards.

    1.   Introduction

    2.   GeneralRequirements

    3.   WhyMachine Guarding?

    4.   Regulationsand References

    5.   GeneralStrategy

    6.   TrainingRequirements

    7.   HazardousMechanical Actions

    8.   RotatingMachine Hazards

    9.   Nip Points:Examples

    10. Point ofOperation Hazards

    11. GeneralRequirements for Guards

    12. BasicStrategies

    13. UnattendedMachine Guarding

    14. PowerTransmission Guarding

    15. Point ofOperation Guarding

           a.   Band SawGuard

           b.   Guillotineand Press Guards

           c.   Saw bladeguards

           d.   Saw bladeguards

    16. MachineSafety Shutdown

    17. Two HandControl Switch

    18. Gate-Operatedlockout switch

    19. PhotoelectricMachine Guards

    20. AutomaticLockout

    Individuals responsible for overseeing safety in industries such as: Oilfield, Construction, Manufacturing and General Industry.

    • Introduction
    • General Requirements
    • Why Machine Guarding?
    • Regulations and References
    • General Strategy
    • Training Requirements
    • Hazardous Mechanical Actions
    • Rotating Machine Hazards
    • Nip Points: Examples
    • Point of Operation Hazards
    • General Requirements for Guards
    • Basic Strategies
    • Unattended Machine Guarding
    • Power Transmission Guarding
    • Point of Operation Guarding

    a. Band Saw Guard

    b. Guillotine and Press Guards

    c. Saw blade guards

    d. Saw blade guards

    • Machine Safety Shutdown
    • Two Hand Control Switch
    • Gate-Operated lockout switch
    • Photoelectric Machine Guards
    • Automatic Lockout

    Basic understand of health, safety and environment issues.

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