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Machine operators who try to “cheat, defeat, or override” safety guards and practices put themselves at risk of injury and even death. With the right safety training course you can teach your employees the importance of using machine guarding and operator safety devices, as well as following safe handling practices.

 

We have a fantastic course that points out machine and equipment hazards. As well, it points out the point of operation safety, which is where the machine performs its work such as cutting, drilling, bending, and punching, is a major hazard. Contact with the point of operation can cause extreme injury and should be avoided. Power sources are another potential hazard. Operators must be protected from exposure to electrically energized parts and released pressure. Moving parts such as feed mechanisms, conveyors, belts, and chains, as well as flying debris, falling objects, and sparks are also hazardous.

 

Viewers learn the importance of safe work practices such as training, staying focused, and using personal protective equipment (PPE). Watch this safety training course to learn how to work more safely with machinery.

 

11 Short Lessons on Machine Guarding and Operator Safety

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