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The following 10 slides represent a Sample Preview from this Training Presentation

The complete “OSHA 600” based PowerPoint

Presentation is available for subscribers to

EH&S Manager Online.

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MACHINERY AND MACHINE GUARDING Training Presentation

General Requirements

Woodworking Machinery Requirements

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Introduction Training Presentation

  • Serious employee injury can occur when using machinery.

  • This module is based on CFR 1910 Subpart O which discusses general requirements for protecting employees in the machine area.

  • Employee protection on several specific types of machinery is also discussed.

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Introduction Training Presentation

  • It is important to understand how Subpart O applies to machinery in the workplace.

  • Section 1910.212 is a general (horizontal) standard that applies to all machines not specifically mentioned in other sections of Subpart O.

  • The other sections are specific standards that apply to particular types of machines.

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Objectives Training Presentation

  • At the end of this Machinery and Machine Guarding module, you should be able to:

    • Identify hazards associated in working with and around machinery and the guards used to protect the operator

    • Identify hazards and machine guards for various types of specialized machinery.

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General Requirements Training Presentation

  • One or more methods of machine guarding shall be provided to protect employees in the machine area from hazards such as those created by point of operation, ingoing nip points, rotating parts, flying chips and sparks.

  • The following are some general guidelines that apply to all machines:

    • Guards shall be affixed to the machine where possible and secured elsewhere if not possible

    • A guard shall not create an accident hazard

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General Requirements Training Presentation

  • The point of operation of machines that exposes an employee to injury shall be guarded

  • Revolving drums, barrels, and containers shall be guarded by an enclosure which is interlocked with the drive mechanism

  • When the periphery of the blades of a fan is less than 7 feet above the floor or working level, the blades shall be guarded with a guard having openings no larger than ½ inch

  • Machines designed for a fixed location shall be securely anchored to prevent walking or moving.

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Woodworking Machinery Requirements Training Presentation

  • The following guidelines are based on 29 CFR Subpart O - 1910.213 and generally apply to all woodworking machinery:

  • Each machine must be free from sensible (able to be felt) vibration when the largest size tool is mounted and run at full speed with no cutting load

  • A mechanical or electrical power control shall be provided on each machine so that operators can cut off the power from each machine without leaving their position at the point of operation.

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Woodworking Machinery Requirements Training Presentation

  • It should be unnecessary for them to reach over the cutter to make adjustments. This does not apply to constant pressure controls used only for setup purposes

  • Machinery must have devices to prevent automatically restarting upon restoration of power after power failures.

  • Provision of these devices will prevent possible injury to operators from automatic restarts.

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Woodworking Machinery Requirements Training Presentation

  • 29 CFR Subpart O - 1910.213 contains guarding requirements for specific woodworking machines.

  • A discussion of some of these requirements follows.

  • All woodworking machinery such as table saws, swing saws, radial saws, band saws, jointers, tenoning machines, boring and mortising machines, shapers, planers, lathes, sanders, veneer cutters, and other miscellaneous woodworking machinery shall be effectively guarded to protect the operator and other employees from hazards inherent to their operation.

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Woodworking Machinery Requirements Training Presentation

  • The mention of specific machines "is not intended to exclude other woodworking machines from the requirement that suitable guards and exhaust hoods be provided to reduce to a minimum the hazard due to the point of operation of such machines."

  • Specific machinery.  

    • Radial Saws               

    • Table Saws

    • Swing or Sliding Cut-Off Saws

    • Jointers

    • Bandsaws and Band Resaws

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