OSHA Amputation: Conveyors Safeguarding Measures Mobile App
As conveyor hazards vary depending on the application, employers need to look at each conveyor to evaluate and determine what primary safeguarding methods and energy control (lockout/tagout) practices are required.
How does it work?
Where necessary for the protection of employees, conveyors need to have mechanical guards that protect the employee from nip points, shear points, and other moving parts, including power-transmission apparatus. The OSHA Amputation: Conveyors Safeguarding Measures mobile app provides safeguards specific to Conveyors.