Believe it or not, some machine manufacturers are still designing and selling unsafe machinery to companies. Whether an individual is new to the management or safety field or has held associated responsibilities for a period of time, safeguarding personnel who work with or around machine tools and equipment should be considered a high priority of the job. Although significant progress has been made in terms of safeguarding machines since the era prior to the organized safety movement, companies continue to be cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and workers continue to be seriously injured and killed by machine tools and equipment. In today’s world, it is essential to develop a written machine safeguarding program that is endorsed by your senior management and clearly defines machine safeguarding requirements and the roles and responsibilities of employees, supervisors and management.
Price by July 14: $55
Price after July 14: $75
Presenter: John Podojil
Session Date/Time: Saturday, July 22, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.