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BSEN388 - Mechanical Hazard - 2003
Mechanical Hazards are associated with the handling of rough or sharp objects which could abrade, cut or pierce the skin, such as glass, thin metal sheet and masonry blocks.
A mechanical hazard is not associated with moving machinery, in fact it can be extremely dangerous to wear gloves which could catch in moving parts or serrated blades*.
*Note - Gloves should not be used when working with serrated blades. USE GUARDS.
4 = Abrasion (Performance Index 1-4)
5 = Blade Cut (Performance Index 1-5)
4 = Tear (Performance Index 1-4)
2 = Puncture (Performance Index 1-4)
Note: Where 1 is the lowest and X indicates no rating
BSEN407 - Hot Thermal Hazards
Thermal hazards come in many forms. Heat can be radiated and conducted, or it may be actual flames.
It is important that we know the type of hazard and the temperature involved in order to recommend suitable protection.
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