Mechanical Power Press (ANSI B11.1 – 2009) Overview Training

Mechanical Power Press (ANSI B11.1 – 2009) Overview Training

 

Mechanical Power Press

Mechanical Power Press Program Objectives: (U.S. COURSE ONLY)

  • Inform participants of the content of ANSI B11.1 –2009 Safety Requirements for Mechanical Power Presses.
  • Explain the intent of the Standard.
  • Explain how mechanical power presses function.


Program Content For Mechanical Power Press Training

  • Pertinent definitions
  • Task and hazard identification
  • Risk assessment/risk reduction requirements
  • Full revolution, part revolution and direct drive presses
  • Slide adjustment systems
  • Counterbalance systems
  • Clamping systems and methods
  • Performance and safety-related functions
  • Stopping performance monitors
  • Safety blocks and slide locks
  • Stationary and moving bolsters
  • Scrap chutes
  • Lockout/tagout
  • Safeguarding
  • Press production systems
  • Set-up procedures


Suggested Participants:

· Press operators, die setters, supervisors, group leaders, and safety & health personnel.



Program Duration:

· 1 day (maximum group size is 20)


Questions Regarding Training Related to ANSI B11.1 – 2009 Safety Requirements for Mechanical Power Presses

When and where does the training take place?
We will conduct Mechanical Power Presses (ANSI B11.1 – 2009) Overview Training at your facility, and at your convenience anywhere in North America.

Who must be trained in the United States of America regarding ANSI B11.1 –2009 Safety Requirements for Mechanical Power Presses?

The user (i.e. the Company) must establish personal training programs that ensure personnel associated with press production systems be properly trained in safe working procedures and be qualified to perform the functions to which they are assigned. Maintenance personnel must by trained in safe working procedures for inspecting and maintaining press production systems.
Supervisors must be trained in safe working procedures for set–up, operation and maintenance of press production systems.



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