Assessing Drive Components - Hand-Manipulated Mechanisms
(11 December 2013)
Make sure the latches on hinged machine guards are operable. If the latch doesn't work, the guard is likely to flop and interfere with machine operation, or it may make opening the guard difficult. In either case, an owner may remove the guard because of the aggravation it presents. However, removed guards can't protect anyone.
Check hand cranks and their associated mechanisms, such as springs or locking devices, to make sure they are in good working order. Numerous accidents have occurred during the raising and lowering of equipment because of worn or difficult-to-operate latches and handles.
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