Cutting. Shearing. Rotation. Pinch points. All of these threaten your fingers and hands. Machine guards are designed to protect you from the hazards of moving machinery parts. This training describes common hazards associated with moving machinery parts and the requirements and safeguards that should be used to minimize your risk of injury. Ideal learners are those who work with machinery.
Identify the mechanical hazards common to all machines; Recognize the types of guards used to control machine hazards; Recognize different types of safety devices used to control machine hazards; Describe other safeguards that may be used to minimize your risk of machine-related injury
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