Content tagged "mechanical hazard"

Mechanical Hazards: Pinch Points

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

(Source: Penn State Ag Safety and Health)Mechanical hazards: Pinch points. (2013). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community of...

Mechanical Hazards: Wrap Points

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

(Wrap Point. Source: University of Minnesota)Mechanical hazards: Wrap point. (2012). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community of...

Mechanical Hazards: Burn Points

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

(Source: Penn State Agricultural Safety & Health) Mechanical hazards: Burn points. (2012). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community of...

Mechanical Hazards: Crush Points

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

(Photo Source: Virginia Cooperative Extension)Mechanical hazards: Crush points. (2013). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community of...

Mechanical Hazards: Freewheeling Parts

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

(Source: The Ohio State University Extension)Mechanical hazards: Freewheeling parts. (2013). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community...

Mechanical Hazards: Pull-in Points

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

(Pull-in Point Hazard. Source: The Ohio State University) Mechanical hazards: Pull-in points. (2013). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH)...

Mechanical Hazards: Thrown Objects

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

  Mechanical hazards: Thrown objects. (2013). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community of Practice. Retrieved from...

Mechanical Hazards: Shear or Cutting Points

Ag Safety and Health Updated: April 13, 2018

 Mechanical hazards: Shear or cutting points. (2013). Farm and Ranch eXtension in Safety and Health (FReSH) Community of Practice. Retrieved from...

What is a crush point?

Ag Safety and Health Updated: December 19, 2012

A crush point exists at the point where two objects meet. The objects can be moving toward each other, or one object can be moving toward a stationary...

What is a pull-in point and why is it dangerous?

Ag Safety and Health Updated: December 17, 2012

Some farm machines, such as combines and feed rollers, have rotating parts. Where these parts are close together, they form pull-in points, or points that...

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