OSHA Electrical and Machinery: Machine Safety

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Machine hazards are a major cause of accidents and must be identified and controlled to avoid injury to employees working on/or near one of the machines.

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Language: English
Country: United States of America

A hazard is an existing or potential condition which has the potential to harm people, property, or the environment. Thus, any machine motion or condition which can cause injury is considered hazardous and must be guarded. In addition, any guarding supplied by the manufacturer must remain in place on the equipment, except during properly protected repair and maintenance that utilizes energy neutralization procedures, such as Lockout/Tagout. All guards shall be re-installed before the equipment is returned to service. The OSHA Electrical and Machinery: Machine Safety mobile app provides employees with the basic information for assuring a safe and healthful workplace free from recognized electrical and machine hazards which may cause serious injury. Each employee is expected to follow the guideline provided within this app. Supervisors shall be responsible for initiating disciplinary action against employees who do not follow the guidelines within this section. GoCanvas lets you publish apps with reference data from outside sources.

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