• 1) Verify that the employee cannot access from Around, Under, Through, or Over (AUTO) the guarding

  • 2) Verify that the design of machine guard is adequate

  • 3) Check that guards are not deteriorated, easily removed, defeated, and firmly secured

  • 4) Verify that control reliable devices are used that incorporate fail-safe design where potential or fatal or serious injury scenarios warrants this additional layer of protection

  • 5) Verify that the removal of a guard requires tools

  • 6) Randomly check for anti-restart devices on al, shop machinery. Are they periodically inspected and are they fail-safe?

  • 7) Machine guarding is initially and periodically inspected and interlocks tested according to manufacturers recommendations.

  • 8) Forging and mechanical power press undergo periodic inspections and regular guarding and maintenance safety checks

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