Chapter 6 Safeguarding

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapter 6 Safeguarding Dr. Qingsheng Wang Assistant Professor Fire Protection and Safety Technology Oklahoma State University
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1. Definitions 2. Mechanical Hazards 3. Safeguards 4. Control of Hazardous Energy Source Outline
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Nip Point Pinch Point Shear Point 1. Definitions
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Point of operation ,  that point where work is performed on  the material, such as cutting, shaping, punching,  stamping. Power transmission  apparatus,  any components of the  mechanical system which transmit energy to the parts of  the machine performing the work. Ex, belts, cams, and  gears. other   moving parts ,  all parts of the machine which move  while the machine is working. Ex, reciprocating, rotating  and transversely moving parts. Definitions
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All mechanical motion or action is hazardous! 2.1 Motions Three types of  motion:   Rotating, reciprocating, and transverse 2. Mechanical Hazards
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Created by rotating parts on machinery in-running nip points (1) Parts with parallel axes can rotate in  opposite directions.  Rotating Motion
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(2) Created between rotating and tangentially  moving parts Rotating Motion
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(3) Occur between rotating and fixed parts which  create a shearing, crushing or abrading Rotating Motion
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During the back-and-forth or up-and-down  motion, a worker may be struck by or caught  Reciprocating Motion
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shear point by a moving part. Transverse Motion
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