Shop Safety

Policies, procedures, and training materials for any type of shop-work activities.

Machine Guarding

Machine GuardingCalOSHA code requires that any machine part, function, or process which may cause injury must be safeguarded. When the operation of a machine or accidental contact with it can injure the operator or others in the vicinity, the hazards must be either controlled or eliminated. All physical machine guards must be appropriate for the hazard involved, secured in place,...

Shop Safety Program

There are more than 50 shops on campus and at field stations that conduct work in support of research and maintenance activities. Work includes model-building, carpentry, machine building, electrical/electronics, concrete work, glass blowing, metal working, vehicle maintenance and more. The University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) has developed this Shop Safety Program to manage the hazards associated with various shops and their work activities to comply with Cal-OSHA and other regulations concerning shops.

This program applies to any department on campus, at field stations...

Inkjet Operation

UC Printing Services
Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2006

UC Printing Services
Operation Of The 5120 Scitey Inkjet, Kirk Rudy Base With
Heater, And Kirk Rudy Tabber System

UC Printing Services: Mbo Folder Series 26S/26/30 26S/26/30

UC Printing Services
Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2006

Operation Of The Mbo Folder Series 26S/26/30 26S/26/30, UC Printing Services

Cutting Rope Made Of Synthetic Materials

Department of Recreational Sports
Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2005

Cutting Rope Made Of Synthetic Materials, Recreational Sports - Cal Adventures

Rope, synthetic

Milling

UC Printing Services
Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2003

Operating a Milling Machine - Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

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