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MOVING MACHINERY: SAFETY PRACTICES:
MOVING MACHINERY IS ONE OF THE FIVE MOST COMMON CAUSES OF INJURY IN THE STEEL WORKFLACE TO REDUCE RISK IT IS WEAL TO ISOLATE, LOCK OR FIN ALL ENERGY SOURCES BEFORE MACHINERY IS ACCESSED.

GOOD PRACTICES TO REDUCE THE RISKS OF MOVING MACHINERY 
SAFE ACCESS: 
• Sale access must be part of a risk assessment system
• employees are authorised lost. any task or operate
• Employees must larva system for recommending safety improvements
GUARDING & SIGNAGE: 
• Signs must be placed at all scams poets to plants
• Permanently install guarding and interlocks
• Guarding must be subject to audits for damage and repaired
ISOLATION & IMMOBILISATION: 
• Isolation locks must only have one key – no duplicates or masters M scalene
• Isolation locks must be clearly labelled with name of person & contact details
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITY: 
• Management must Wine, implement and audit Isolation policies
• Authorised supervisors must develop and verify detailed procedures
• Plant managers moat ensure Pis safety policy and procedures are implemented
TRAINING & COMPETENCY:
• Authorised supervisors must be trained are their competency verified
• Oil training must to be clear and consequences of failure to comply known to all
• Training must be avenges to all, systemised and kept up to date

 
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