Introduction|Machine Guarding|Maintenance|Nick and George’s Story|Stan’s Story|Conclusion
About 3,000 machine guard violations are reported by OSHA every year. OSHA’s standard, Machine Guarding: 1910.212, requires providing at least one method of guarding to ensure the safety of the machine operator. This course explains why it is the responsibility of the machine operator to use proper safety practices every time a machine is used, and tells the real stories of two workplace accidents. Understand and follow OSHA standards with this online safety training for operating machines.