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The Machine Guarding for General Industry online training from ClickSafety is an intermediate-level course designed for nearly all workplaces within the general industry sector. This course covers OSHA’s standard regarding machine guarding as dictated in 29 CFR 1910, Subpart O. Broadly described, this machine guarding course is designed to cover hand tools, electrical tools, large machinery, and more, all of which can adversely workers on the jobsite. Participants can except to focus on the concepts behind the use of safety guards and how to identify if guards are being used correctly.
ClickSafety’s Machine Guarding for General Industry teaches participants the essential requirements needed to prevent and mitigate risks associated with machinery on the jobsite. Participants will learn applicable safety methods, safe work conditions, and more. Specific course topics include the following:
Workplace standards as prescribed by federal OSHA regulations
Injuries on the jobsite
General requirements governing the use of machinery
Motions and actions
Safeguards and guards
Types of machinery and devices
Saws, presses, and plastics
Stairway, railing, and guards
Specific industry terms covered throughout the course include the following:
The Machine Guarding for General Industry online safety course is designed for all employees, supervisors, and managers who intend to or may handle machinery in the general industry sector. Industries in which individuals will specifically benefit from this course include the following:
Warehousing and distribution
Trade and transportation
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
ClickSafety’s Machine Guarding for General Industry training teaches ways that individuals can evaluate current work practices and guidelines for working with power tools. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals can expect to:
Know where mechanical hazards occur
Understand points of operations
Know the requirements for safeguards on the jobsite