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Amputation

Amputation Fact Sheet
(2002) (English: PDF)

Amputation: Preventing Cuts and Amputations from Food Slicers and Meat Grinders Fact Sheet
(OSHA FS 3794 - 2015) (English: PDF)

Amputations QuickCard™
(OSHA 3204 - 2015) (English: PDF)

Amputations: Safeguarding Equipment and Protecting Employees from Amputations
The revised OSHA guide identifies eight mechanical motions and eight hazardous actions that present possible amputation hazards. The guide also sets forth steps employers can take to reduce these hazards. The material is appropriate for anyone responsible for the operation, servicing, and care of machines or equipment - employers, employees, safety professionals and industrial hygienists. Topics covered in the latest document include hazard analysis, safeguarding machinery, awareness devices and hazardous energy (lockout/tagout).
(OSHA 3170 - 2007) (English: HTML PDF)

Hazards Associated with Hand-Feeding Bar Straightening Machines
(2004, May 20) (English: HTML PDF)

Hazards Associated with the "Unintended (Double) Cycling" of Mechanical Power Presses
(2010, February 2) (English: HTML PDF)

Limitations of Radiofrequency Presence Sensing Devices
(1987, September 21) (English: HTML)

Potential Hazards Associated with the Use of Replacement Materials for Machine Guarding
(2000, June 23) (English: HTML PDF)

Snow Removal: Falls and Other Hazards to Workers Removing Snow from Rooftops and Other Elevated Surfaces
(OSHA 3513 - 2012) (English: HTML PDF)

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