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Machine Guarding: The Real Story – SS1027HE (13 min.)
to take the exam.
It is your supervisors responsibility to make sure your guards are firmly secured.
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.
You do not need to report broken or damaged guards unless they are in your way.
Machine guarding for general industry has continuously been on OSHA’s top 10 violations list because it is not followed properly
What knowledge must you have regarding the machine you work with, regardless of the type of guard used?
Know your machine
Know the limitations of the guard
Know how long it takes the guard to break
Both A & B
OSHA standards (like the Machine Guarding standard), are meant to provide guidelines so you can play an active role in your own safety.
What actions should you take before you perform any maintenance on your machine?
Perform a proper lockout/tagout procedure
Shut the machine down
Remove the fan guard
Both A & B