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Machine Guarding: The Real Story – SS1027HE (13 min.)

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1
It is your supervisors responsibility to make sure your guards are firmly secured.
2
Neglecting to report broken guards or do a pre-use inspection on your guard can put you and others at risk of serious life-altering injuries.
3
You do not need to report broken or damaged guards unless they are in your way.
4
Machine guarding for general industry has continuously been on OSHA’s top 10 violations list because it is not followed properly
5
What knowledge must you have regarding the machine you work with, regardless of the type of guard used?
6
OSHA standards (like the Machine Guarding standard), are meant to provide guidelines so you can play an active role in your own safety.
7
What actions should you take before you perform any maintenance on your machine?