Jar Making Machine
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Effective machinery and equipment risk controls reflect some or all of the following characteristics: • the hazard is controlled at its source • contact or access to the hazard is prevented • sturdy construction (correct materials with few points of potential failure) • fail-safe (failure of the control system to be effective will result in machinery shut-down) • tamper-proof design (as difficult as possible to bypass) • presents minimum impediment to machinery and equipment operator • easy to inspect and maintain • does not introduce further hazards through the risk control action.
People providing maintenance or repair services could: • work alone • work on machinery and equipment at height, or over machinery and equipment to connect services, such as electricity, air or water • access machinery and equipment from the rear or sides • be required to enter confined spaces of larger machinery and equipment • be trapped by the mechanism of the machinery and equipment through poor isolation of energy sources or stored energy, such as spring-loaded or counter-balance mechanisms, compressed air or fluids, or parts held in position by hydraulics or pneumatic (air) rams • move heavy parts when changing the set up of machinery and equipment, or repairing failed parts, such as electric motors or gear box assemblies • disable or remove normal safety systems to access the mechanism of machinery and equipment.