Tmt Bar Machine
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Non-mechanical hazards associated with machinery and equipment can include harmful emissions, contained fluids or gas under pressure, chemicals and chemical by-products, electricity and noise, all of which can cause serious injury if not adequately controlled.
Larger machinery and equipment may contain internal areas where a hazardous environment may occur by design, or as a result of the work being done. A confined space may exist where people require access to a mostly closed area that presents difficult or restricted path of access, where oxygen levels may be depleted or displaced, or where harmful levels of contaminate, such as gas, vapour or dust, exist.
Accidental start-up, or movement of a machine mechanism, can occur: • if control levers or buttons are bumped or knocked • if a short circuit of the control system occurs • when hydraulic or air pressure is released • when undoing retaining bolts. The word machine is derived from the Latin word machina. The modern meaning of the word is influenced due its specialized application in the military siege engines. They are also used in the stage engines, which are used in theater.
Machinery and equipment have moving parts. The action of moving parts may have sufficient force in motion to cause injury to people. When assessing machinery and equipment for possible mechanical hazards, consider: machinery and equipment with moving parts that can be reached by people; machinery and equipment that can eject objects (parts, components, products or waste items) that may strike a person with sufficient force to cause harm; machinery and equipment with moving parts that can reach people, such as booms or mechanical appendages (arms); mobile machinery and equipment, such as forklifts, pallet jacks, earthmoving equipment, operated in areas where people may gain access.