Machine Safety Information & Training
OSHA Safety Regulations for Industrial Machines and Equipment
Safety Training - All List of All Courses
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Electrical Safety Training: An in-depth course on electrical safety of industrial machines, based on NFPA 79 - Electrical Standards for Industrial Machines.
Risk Assessment Training: Learn how to perform a Risk Assessment per ANSI B11.0 Safety of Machinery - General Requirements and Risk Assessment.
Lockout Tagout Training: Everything that you need to know about OSHA regulations for Lockout / Tagout of machines and equipment. A one-day course that covers everything. This is a high-level, advanced course.
CE Mark Training: Everything you need to know to CE Mark your machinery, to sell it in Europe. This training course covers the Machinery Directive, the Declaration of Conformity, the CE Mark, and the harmonized standards that you will need to meet to properly CE Mark your machine.
Safety Warning Label Training: A 1-day high-level advanced training course includes everything that you need to know about OSHA regulations and ANSI standard for Safety Warning Labels.
Machine Guarding: OSHA regulations and ANSI standards related to machine guaring for machinery and equipment. Safeguarding of machines.
ANSI Standards: A listing of many relevant ANSI standards in manufacturing, automation and packaging equipment. Safety rules for safeguarding.
Safety Warning Labels: A primer on safety warning labels and safety decals. Information on where to place a safey warning label decal on a machine.
Lockout / Tagout: An overview of OSHA's requirements for Lockout / Tagout of machines and equipment.
OSHA Machine Guarding: OSHA regulations related to machine guaring for machinery and equipment. Safeguarding of machines.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): An overview of OSHA's requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE).
Cranes & Hoists: A review of OSHA's regulations on cranes & hoists.
CE Mark: A broad outline of the necessary steps to sell machines and equipment in Europe.
Electrical Safety: Information on the safety of electrical equipment in machinery.
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