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Title: Machine Guarding


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Machine Guarding
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Machine Guarding
  • OSHA Standard 1910.212

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OSHAs Top 20
  • General Industry Most Frequently Cited Violations
  • 6 of top 20 deal with guarding issues
  • one of these electrical guarding

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  • 1910.212(a)(1) General Requirements for All
    Machinery - Point of operation guard for
    in-going nip points, rotating parts, flying chips
    and sparks

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  • 1910.212(a)(3)(iii) General Requirements for All
    Machinery - Special tools for placing and
    removing material from the danger zone during the
    operating cycle of machinery were not used to
    keep the operators hand out of the danger zone.

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  • 1910.219(d)(1) Mechanical Power-Transmission
    Apparatus - Pulleys which are seven (7) feet or
    less from the floor or working platform were not
    effectively guarded.

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  • 1910.213(h)(1) Woodworking Machinery
    Requirements - The upper hood of a radial arm
    saw did not completely enclose the upper portion
    of the blade including the end of the saw arbor.

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  • 1910.303(g)(2) Guarding of Live Electrical
    Parts - Live parts of electrical equipment
    operating at 50 volts or more were not guarded
    against accidental contact by approved cabinets
    or other forms of approved enclosure.

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General Requirements
  • Protection from hazards
  • point of operation
  • ingoing nip points
  • rotating parts
  • flying chips
  • sparks

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Methods of Guarding
  • Barriers
  • Distance
  • Tools in hazard zone

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Two Packaging Systems
  • Small bags - 55 pound bags or less
  • Large bag - 2000 pound

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Team Evaluation
  • Team members
  • operators
  • maintenance
  • engineering
  • safety
  • managers

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Team Activities
  • Review OSHA requirements
  • Equipment review
  • Proposal developed
  • Guards constructed
  • Modifications as needed
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