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Machine Guarding - Safety Plans, Videos & Training

We recommend the following OSHA safety plans, videos, and training programs to help make your company compliant with the required OSHA Government standards for dealing with Machine Guarding Safety.

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Machine Guarding Safety Training for OSHA and NIOSH Compliance

Machine Guarding Plan - OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910.212-244: is where you need to start regarding compliance in this topic. Machine guarding has been in the top ten of most OSHA's frequently cited standards. This training covers a broad spectrum of equipment and is designed to protect the user or others in the area from the hazards presented by the equipment, including point of operation, ingoing nip points, rotating parts, flying chips and sparks. Examples of machine guarding can include: barrier Guarding, two hand tripping devices, and electronic safety devices.