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  • Most Frequently Cited Manufacturing Region V – FY 2007 OSHA Region V October 2007
  • #1 1910.212 (a)(1)
    • Press Brakes
    • CPL 02-01-025 - CPL 2-1.25 - Guidelines for Point of Operation Guarding of Power Press Brakes
    • Safe distance no less than 4 inches.
    Light Curtains are one method of guarding.
  • #1 1910.212 (a)(1)
    • Lathes
    • Need a chip guard for many operations
    • When jaws extend past chuck, a guard would be needed.
  • #1 1910.212 (a)(1)
    • Printing presses
    • They must be guarded at the in running nip points of the rollers.
  • #1 1910.212 (a)(1)
    • Injection Molding Machine
    • Most have interlocked gate as a guarding means.
  • #1 1910.212 (a)(1)
    • Tube Benders
    • Pressure mats can be used to avoid the tubes that are being bent.
  • #1 1910.212 (a)(1)
    • Conveyors rotating parts
    • The in running nip of the roller fabric and the driver roller can guarded.
  • #2 1910.1200(e)(1)
    • No written hazard communication program
    • Must contain a list of hazardous chemicals
  • #3 1910.212(a)(3)(ii)
    • Cited for unguarded point of operations
    • Point of operation is the area on a machine where work is actually performed upon the material being processed.
  • #3 1910.212(a)(3)(ii)
    • Hydraulic Press
    • Cited under this standard vs. the 1910.217 which is for MECHANICAL Presses.
    • Similar guarding is required.
  • #3 1910.212(a)(3)(ii)
    • Metal Cutting Saws
    Unused portion of the blade must be guarded as shown.
  • #3 1910.212(a)(3)(ii)
    • Vertical Bandsaw
    • Adjustable guard to height of product
    • Many injuries by guiding product into POO
    • Handling cold slippery products will increase chances of slipping into POO
  • #3 1910.212(a)(3)(ii)
    • Radial Arm Saws cutting metal
    • Lower blade awareness device
    • Retracts to original position
    • Does not extend past plane of table
    • Anti-kick back device
  • #3 1910.212(a)(3)(ii)
    • Shears
    • Guards must prevent entry to cutting blade.
    • This shear have had its “finger” guards are bent back in violation.
  • #4 1910.147(c)(1)
    • No Written lockout program
  • #5 1910.1200(h)
    • No training employees in the hazards of chemicals
    • Signs and symptoms of exposure
    • Emergency response
    • Health hazards
  • #6 1910.147(c)(6)(i)
    • No audit of the lockout program.
  • #7 1910.147(c)(4)(i)
    • This is a common item found in many inspection.
    • Boilers, conveyors, cutting machines are common items most commonly left out.
  • #8 1910.132(d)(2)
    • No certification of the written PPE hazard assessment.
    • PPE Hazard Assessment Certification Form
    • Name of work place : Assessment conducted by :
    • Work place address : Date of assessment:
    • Work area(s): Job/Task(s):
    • (Use a separate sheet for each job/task or work area)
    • EYES: Work activities, such as : abrasive blasting sanding chopping sawing cutting grinding drilling hammering welding chipping soldering torch brazing working outdoors computer work punch press operations other
    • Work-related exposure to : airborne dust dirt UV flying particles/objects blood splashes hazardous liquid chemicals mists chemical splashes molten metal splashes glare/high intensity lights laser operations intense light hot sparks other:
    • Can hazard be eliminated without the use of PPE ? Yes No
    • If no, use With: Safety glasses Side shields Safety goggles Face shield Dust-tight goggles Shaded Impact goggles Prescription Welding helmet/shield Chemical goggles Chemical splash goggles Laser goggles Shading/Filter (# ) Welding shield Other:
  • #9 1910.147(c)(7)(i)
    • No lockout training
  • #10 1910.23(c)(1)
    • Open sided floors were not guarded.
    • Catwalks, mezzaines, and docks could be cited for this.
  • Resources
    • www.osha.gov
    • Compliance Assistance Specialists in OSHA offices
    • On-site Consultation
    • Quick Takes http://www.osha.gov/as/opa/quicktakes
    • OSHA Quick Cards
    • Comments or Corrections go to John Newquist
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