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The modern machines include sensors, actuators and computer controllers. The machines are assembled, designed and used for the mechanisms and automation, where they are actually operated. They are further controlled by the controllers, which are also of a type of machines.
The first step in selecting suitable and effective controls for non-mechanical hazards is to understand the nature of emissions that can be released by machinery and equipment in the workplace, where those emissions collect and the way they may cause harm.
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.
• Separating people from non-mechanical hazards is necessary where the emission cannot be controlled at the source through elimination or substitution. Hazardous machinery and equipment emission controls rely largely on isolating of people from the hazardous emission. Hoods, lids, covers or impervious guards (solid barriers that prevent escape of the emission) can serve to contain a number of different types of emissions within machinery and/or equipment.