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Safety

Safety covers a number of issues, and safety is good for business:

• General Safety

• Occupational Safety and health – particularly associated with the occupation

• Process and Production Safety – safety in the process and productions

• Material Safety – safety of materials used in production

• Workplace Safety – safety issues directly related to the workplace

• Fire Safety – in particular the risks associated to the industry

• Electrical Safety – in general and in particular arising from equipment use

• Building and Structural Safety – in general, including installations as per existing building codes

• Environment Safety- issues of environmental safety – directly and indirectly impact on the industry

All manufacturers share a concern for employees safety and one significant aspect of plant safety is machine safety. Safety and productivity do not have to be in opposition to each other.Machine safety if done well, can have a positive impact.

If applied correctly, machine safety systems will instill confidence in employees.

Tips to help prevent accidents:

Machine Guards:

• Come in many types but they all have one thing in common and that is to protect the operator.

• Guards also prevent debris and sparks from flying out of the equipment

Safe Guards:

• Is an umbrella term for measures that protect employees against contact with hazardous moving parts or other harmful conditions

• Safe guards include: barrier guards, safety devices, shields, awareness barriers, warning signs and other appropriate means

Guard and Barrier Guard:

• Refer to a specific type of safeguard that guards physical barriers or covers designed, constructed and installed over moving parts to prevent any contact with them

• Guards are a simple solution for protecting workers when access to moving parts such as belts and drive chain is not required during operation

• Guards are reliable and cost effective and require low maintenance when properly designed and installed.

Personal Protective Equipments:

• Common equipments for personal use are: glasses, gloves and closed toe shoes. Full wrap goggles give the best protection.

Training:

• Workers must be properly trained on any plant equipment before they start operating it

• Person providing training should assess the worker’s skills and make necessary recommendations for any modifications need to make the process easier and safer.


Reinforced Rules For Both Employees And Contractors:

• Do not start or shut down equipments without using appropriate operating procedures

• Do not carry out work if you do not have the right tools for the job

• Do not access installation and perform work without wearing general or task specific personal protective equipment (PPE)

• Do not perform work without checking that the power and product source supply has been rendered inoperative


Relevant laws, compliance and best practices in the industry have most of the safety issues addressed for the best protection possible.

Developing a safety preventive process:

• Seek guidance and form partnership with a manufacturing safety expert

• The safety expert should have full knowledge and understanding of operations, equipment and seasonality of demand for products manufactures

• Take time to understand the manufacturing operations and look for opportunities to synchronize the design, installation, and commissioning phase of safety with schedule operations which can reduce or potentially eliminate increased machine down time while implementing safety to protect employees.
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