Machine Safeguarding and Lockout/Tagout Practices Guide
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On a daily basis, manufacturing employees may be asked to work with or interact with a wide variety of machinery and equipment. Some machines can be very basic in function and task; others very complex. The mechanical motions and actions produced are basic to nearly all machines. Recognizing this can help manufacturers in protecting their employees from the potential hazards they present.
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