OSHA Amputation: Recognizing Amputation Hazards Safeguarding Measures Mobile App
The employer is responsible for safeguarding machines and should consider this need when purchasing machinery.
How does it work?
Almost all new machinery is available with safeguards installed by the manufacturer, but used equipment may not be. Safeguarding is essential for protecting employees from needless and preventable injury. A good rule to remember is: Any machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded. Use the OSHA Amputation: Controlling Amputation Hazards Safeguarding Measures mobile app to control potential amputation hazards.