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(1) Fixed guards require a tool for removal and do not require interlocking. These guards are typically used where access is infrequent. Do not start a machine or leave a machine operating unless fixed guards are properly secured. [Photo description: Highlighted area includes the fixed guards.] View close-up
(2) Fixed guards require a tool for removal and do not require interlocking. These guards are typically used where access is infrequent. Do not start a machine or leave a machine operating unless fixed guards are properly secured. [Photo description: Highlighted area includes the fixed guards.] View close-up
(3) Hoses and fittings can fail and spray hot oil or other substances at high pressure onto workers if punctured, frayed, or damaged. In addition, oil sprays can cause injuries and fire hazards. Inspect hoses and fittings for wear and damage as recommended by the manufacturer and replace as needed. [Photo description: Highlighted area includes hoses and fittings.] View close-up

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