Standard Operating Procedure Developed by: Sophie Ladd Approved: Judith Lukas Date: 10.12.18 TASK/OPERATION: Operation of Beatermix Hand Mixer Review Date: 10.12.21 Resources/Preparation: Mixmaster Hand Mixer with a powerful 350 watt motor Instruction Booklet (JM6600) Environment, cleanup and waste disposal Nil Emergency Procedures and Shutdown
UWA Plant and Equipment Safety Procedures 3 of 20 These are practices developed during the risk assessment to alert employees and operators of the hazards associated with the plant. Standard Operating Procedures do not take the place of training or operation manuals. Plant exemptions
Machine Shop Safety August 2014 3 WORKSHOP MACHINES - MILL • Keep all guards in place while operating the machine. • While operating the milling machine allow no one else to touch it. • Keep hands away from moving cutting tools. • Do not make measurements of the stock while the milling machine is powered.
3) Standard operating procedure is maintained. 4) Health and safety program conducted. 5) Supervision, training program conducted, risk assessment, information gather these are the basic requirements of health and safety. 6) To use a safety committee. 7) Safety welfare program be conducted, the aims should
OPERATIONAL SAFETY CHECKS. Keep clear of moving machine parts. Follow correct clamping procedures. Keep overhangs as small as possible and check workpiece is secure. Set the correct speed to suit the cutter diameter, the depth of cut and the material. ENDING OPERATIONS AND CLEANING UP. Switch off the machine when work completed.
8. Cement and lime manufacturing are generated by energy-intensive industries. In addition to energy conservation recommendations provided in the handling and storage of intermediate and final materials, and by General EHS Gu idelines, the operation of kiln systems, clinker coolers, and mills. following sections
Safety Operation) –Corp Safety) PROCEDURE FOR MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORAGE . Note: Uncontrolled once printed Page 2 The Tata Power Company Ltd Material Handling and Storage Procedure Document No. TPSMS/GSP/HAZM/003 REV 01 Date of Issue: 30/06/2016 C O N T E N T S 1 INTRODUCTION
Safe Operation Procedure Authorized By: Chris Vandelaar Issue Date: May 2016 Last Reviewed: May 2016 Next Review Date: May 2018 Page Number: 1 of 2 THIS DOCUMENT IS UNCONTROLLED WHEN PRINTED O:Student Support and TrainingHealth and SafetySOP'sSOP_Grinder - Angle Grinder.doc CENTRAL OFFICE USE ONLY
Use this sample to develop your own safe work procedure for using an oven. SWP Pan brake (DOC, 137.0 KB) Use this sample to develop your own safe work procedure for using a pan brake. SWP Plasma cutter (DOC, 266.0 KB) Use this sample to develop your own safe work procedure for using a plasma cutter.
PROCEDURES: The required training and work procedures include but are not limited to: 1. De-energized parts 2. Verification of de-energization 3. Re-energization 4. Distinguish live parts from other parts 5. Work on or near overhead power lines 6. Portable ladders 7. Conductive apparel 8. Housekeeping duties 9. Electrical safety interlocks 10.
WSDOT Safety Procedures and Guidelines Manual M 75-01.34 Page 5 March 2018 WSDOT Secretary's Executive Order E 1033.03 Page 2 of 3 Employee Safety January 26, 2018 Include workplace safety and health objectives in designing, planning, training for, and carrying out all work activities.
DON'T use any Type 1/41 or 27/42 cutting wheel for grinding. DO not apply any side pressure on a cutting wheel. Use for CUTTING ONLY. DON'T use a cutting wheel to cut curves. Cut in straight lines only. DON'T twist, bend or jam any wheel. DON'T force or …
use the templates to develop task specific safety procedures to address the standards of care required for the specific tasks. In most cases, a Safe Work Procedure (SWP) will provide a systematic process to follow to ensure that all safety considerations and precautions are in place prior to starting the job.
Conveyor Belt Safety Procedure TPSMS/GSP/CONV/002 REV 01 Date of Issue: 30-06-2016 1. OBJECTIVE: To evolve uniform safety procedure in Operation and Maintenance of Coal Conveyors Belts for ensuring the safety in O & M in Coal Handling Plants. 2. SCOPE: This procedure applies to different types of conveyors used in coal
4.6 Safety Officer and Safety/Environment Engineer The Safety Officer and Safety/Environment Engineer are responsible for monitoring safe working practices on site. 4.7 Senior Inspection Engineer The Senior Inspection Engineer is responsible for ensuring that all lifting gear is examined and tested in accordance with this Procedure.
SAFETY OPERATING PROCEDURES Drill Press DO NOT use this machine unless the technician has instructed you in its safe use and operation and has given permission. Safety glasses must be worn at all times in work areas. Long and loose hair must be contained. CSA footwear must be worn at all times in work areas. Close fitting/protective clothing
2 PFIZER ANIMAL HEALTH | PROGRESSIVE BEEF Progressive Beef™ offers the most comprehensive farm-to-fork assurance program to help you meet customer demand for safe and wholesome beef.1 Established standard operating procedures (SOPs) are used to ensure food safety, animal welfare and sustainability. This verified program offers advantages for every …
An operations audit should be carried out whenever important changes of a general nature are considered. Some important changes may include: a plant-wide cost reduction effort, the installation of a productivity program, thermal energy efficiency program, electrical energy efficiency program, chemistry and operations strategy, the introduction of new products, …
Safety precautions can be taken from time to time. Personal protective equipment is necessary each and every stage at production process. Standard operating procedure is maintained. Health and safety program conducted. Supervision, training program conducted, risk assessment, information gather these are the basic requirements of health and safety.