In this webinar, you’ll learn
- Why machine guards are vital to worker’s safety
- Main OSHA compliancy factors
- 7 questions you should ask about machine guarding
- Concepts from daily operations, maintenance and repair, to emergency response.
Crushed hands and arms, severed fingers and limbs, lacerations and abrasions – you’d be surprised at how dangerous your workplace truly is. OSHA statistics show machine operators suffer approximately 18,000 injuries and 800 deaths per year! Any moving machine part can be the source of a catastrophic injury. Safeguarding machines is a vital strategy to help keep everyone safe.
Designed for all – including those without safety and technical backgrounds.
Check out the latest in this audio series with special pre-webinar interviews:
Leslie Stoll covers some of the best practices to follow for machine guarding
Leslie Stoll talks about OSHA guidelines and guard requirements for moving parts