Our most popular training course - more than 98% of participants highly recommended it. A complete course covering all aspects of
machine safety guarding, according to OSHA regulations.
This in-depth training course includes such topics as machine guarding, OSHA Regulations, ANSI Standards, Machinery
Risk Assessments, lockout / tagout, safety warning labels, interlocks, and E-stops.
The training seminar will cover the OSHA and ANSI requirements to properly safeguard machines and equipment – focused specifically on the
applicable US regulations for machinery.These are the regulations that you MUST follow in the United States.
Upon completion of this seminar, participants should have a significantly improved understanding of the OSHA, ANSI, and ISO regulations
and standards that apply to the type of machines and equipment. In addition, participants should be able to identify different hazards
during the risk assessment process, and understand the implementation of risk assessment per ANSI standards.
The objectives for the seminar is:
to learn the OSHA requirements for machines and equipment, including
to learn the ANSI standards for Machine Safeguarding, for the above topics
to train or refresh the participants on equipment Hazard and Risk Assessment
OSHA Regulations for Machine Safety
OSHA Regulations form the framework for Manufacturing Safety within the United States:
Subpart O - Machinery
and Machine Guarding.
Subpart I -
Personal Protective Equipment.
Subpart S -
Electrical equipment and electrical hazards.
Section 147 -Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)
Section 146 - Permit Required
Section 145 - Specification
for Accident Prevention Sign & Tags
ANSI Standards for Machine Safeguarding
For Manufacturers and OEMs, the following ANSI standards are the most relevant and important:
ANSI B11.0 (2010) - Safety of Machinery – General Requirements and Risk Assessment
ANSI B11.19 (2010) - Performance Standard for Safeguarding
ANSI Z535.4 (2011) - Product Safety Signs and Labels
ANSI Z535.6 (2011) - Product Safety Information in Product Manuals