These would be found in the general machine guarding provisions of 1910212

These would be found in the general machine guarding

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shafts, belts and pulleys, and chains and sprockets? These would be found in the general machine guarding provisions of 1910.212. These would be found in 1910.219. These would be found in 1910.217. There are no specific standards for these situations. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) uses the General Duty Clause to deal with this issue. QUESTION 6 What is an abrasive wheel ring test? When must a ring test be conducted? Include the citation for the OSHA standard where you found the answer to the question. The ring test is listed in the standard under: 1910.215(d)(1). All wheels need to be inspected and tested before mounting onto a machine. Lighter or smaller wheels can be testing by tapping with a nonmetallic tool and listen for any dead or sound which could imply a crack. Bigger grinding wheels can be tested in the same manner with a large rubber mallet to check the sound. The RPM or wheel speed should also be checked to make sure it does not exceed manufacturer recommendations. QUESTION 7 What is a Class I, Division II location? Include an example in your explanation. Include the citation for the OSHA standard where you found the answer to the question.
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This definition is stated under the standard in: 1910.399(2). Section (i) covers how volatile flammable liquids or gases are handled. It also explains gasses will be confined in
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