Machine guarding is an important safety measure used to prevent workers from coming into contact with dangerous moving parts, such as blades, gears, and rollers. Failure to properly guard machinery can result in serious injuries or fatalities. It's important for employers to ensure that their workers are properly trained in machine guarding procedures to prevent accidents and injuries.
Here are some best practices for machine guarding:
By implementing these best practices, employers can promote effective machine guarding and prevent accidents and injuries in the workplace. It's important for employers to prioritize safety by providing the necessary resources and support to ensure that workers are properly trained in machine guarding procedures and that guards are inspected and maintained regularly.
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