SNZ AS/NZS 4024.1303
Safety of machinery Part 1303: Risk assessment-Practical guidance and examples of methods
|Publication Date:||30 June 2014|
This Technical Report gives practical guidance on conducting risk assessment for machinery in accordance with ISO 12100 and describes various methods and tools for each step in the process. It gives examples of different measures that can be used to reduce risk and is intended to be used for risk assessment on a wide variety of machinery in terms of complexity and potential for harm. Its intended users are those involved in the design, installation or modification of machinery (for example, designers, technicians or safety specialists).
Annex A provides a specific example for a risk assessment and a risk reduction process.
The machine is intended for modifying the profile of square or rectangular cross-section wooden pieces and analogous materials (cork, chip board, fibre board and hard plastic) by... View More
The machine is intended for modifying the profile of square or rectangular cross-section wooden pieces and analogous materials (cork, chip board, fibre board and hard plastic) by moulding, rebating and grooving.
The work to be performed with this machine is as follows:
- straight work;
- stopped straight work;
- curved work.
The machine is intended only for professional use.
The machine is intended to be used by a person with knowledge and experience in the use of this type of machine, without limitations in the physical abilities of the upper limbs and no uncorrected visual impairment.
The machine is intended to be operated with the operator in an upright standing position. The operator holds and moves the workpiece during the milling process.
The machine is intended to be maintained by a skilled/qualified operator following the instructions given in the operating instruction manual.
The spindle can turn at four different speeds. The speed is manually selected by changing the position of the belt.
Only the use of appropriate and standardized cutting tools is considered.View Less