• MACHINE SAFETY - IIT Bombay

    Safety precautions while working with machinery •Stop the machine before measuring, cleaning or making any adjustments. •Do not handle metal turnings by hand as they can cause injury. Use brush or rake to remove turnings. •Keep hands away from the cutting head and all moving parts. •Cutting tools and blades must be clean and sharp, so that

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  • Guidelines for Safe Machinery - TopTier

    Machine operator, maintenance personnel and others shall be able to rely on the safety of a machine. It is often said that more “safety” reduces productivity — if done correctly, the opposite can actually be the case. Higher levels of safety result in increased motivation and satisfaction, and as …

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  • HSE - Quarries - Safe operation and use of mobile jaw crushers

    It covers the safe operation of the mobile crushing operation and includes guidance on clearing blocked crushers. This guidance cannot cover every risk and is not comprehensive. It does not attempt to detail individual machinery safety concerns, but will only highlight those key matters of concern.

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  • EN349 Machinery Safety | White Paper | Procter Machine Safety

    Explaining the requirements for minimum gaps to avoid crush hazards Jeremy Procter, a Member of standards committees ISO/TC 199/WG 6 (Safety distances and ergonomic aspects) and BSI MCE/3 (Safeguarding of machinery), and Managing Director of Procter Machine Guarding, explains the requirements in EN 349, Safety of Machinery.

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  • NASD - Compacting and Baling Safety

    Compacting and Baling Safety. The worker shall be responsible for using the safety features on the compactor or baler. The worker shall ensure that all persons are clear of the point of operation before starting up the machine or a compactor cycle.

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  • Plant and equipment safety procedures

    UWA Plant and Equipment Safety Procedures 2 of 20 2.1 Definitions Further information see Appendix 6 Plant. Plant is “any machinery, equipment (including scaffolding), appliance, implement or tool and any component or fitting thereof or accessory thereto”.

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  • hazard safety measure in grinding machine

    Safety measures at resistance welding machines 87 .. much visible dust from grinding,. More details Swarf or chips can be small particles (such as the gritty swarf from grinding metal or the sawdust from sawing or sanding wood) . 1 Cutting hazards and safety precautions . 2 Chip breaking; 3 Machine cleaning and chip handling; 4 Recycling.

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  • Crusher safety and hazard recognition

    Most “portable” crushing equipment is powered by a diesel engine. The control panel for the diesel engine must be locked-out to prevent unintentional starting of the engine.

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  • Caught In/On/Between | Safety Toolbox Talks Meeting Topics

    Caught In/On/Between. Vehicles, powered doors, and forklifts can pose a crush hazard unless they have been blocked or tagged out. Never place your body under or between powered equipment unless it is de-energized. Doors, file drawers, and heavy crates can pinch …

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