Working Safely With Compressed Air (Machinery)
Working Safely with Compressed Air benefits of working with compressed air are considerable. There are a wide spectrum of tools and equipment operated by compressed air. Though safer than electric tools in one sense, compressed air and the equipment powered by compressed air can pose a whole new set of hazards and safety considerations. Management must ensure that all components of compressed air systems comply with safety regulations and are inspected regularly by qualified employees. Supervisors have a key role in safety ensuring that only trained employees are permitted to operate any equipment associated with compressed air and those employees are provided with and wear the appropriate personal protective equipment for their job.
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- Potential Hazards
- Air Receivers
- Air Hose and Couplings
- Pneumatic Tool Safety
Runtime: 16 Min.
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