Safeguards are essential for protecting workers from preventable injuries and according to OSHA safeguards must meet these minimum general requirements:
Prevent Contact: The safeguard must prevent hands, arms, and any other part of a worker’s body from making contact with dangerous moving parts. A good safeguarding system eliminates the possibility of the operator or another worker placing parts of their bodies near hazardous moving parts.
Secure: Workers should not be able to easily remove the safeguard. Guards need to be durable and firmly secured to the Latex Gloves Making Machine.
Protect From Falling Objects: The safeguard should ensure that no objects can fall into moving parts.
Create no new hazards:A safeguard that creates a new hazard while trying to protect against one is pointless. Latex Gloves Equipment is sure that the edges of guards are secured and dulled down to eliminate sharp edges.