Grinder, Bench, 200mm - Linishall BG8

Aliases “Bench Grinder”
Other References
Official Maintainer Craig Rea

Working

Machine is working as expected.

This machine requires induction to use.

Book an induction on Eventbrite.
https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/metalshop-inductions-804979

Required Always wear AS/NZS 1337.1 compliant safety glasses while operating this machine.
Required Enclosed shoes are required, no open sandals, thongs etc
Required Restrain hair while operating machine
Prohibited Loose clothing and jewellery not to be worn while operating this machine.
Recommended We recommend hearing protection.
Recommended We recommend the use of a respirator
Warning Entanglement hazard present while wearing gloves.
Maintenance Disconnect power to the machine before performing maintenance, including wheel changes
Name Value
Motor Power Single Phase, 240V, 750W
Wheel Size 200mmx25mm
Speed 2850RPM
Spindle Shaft Thread M16x2.0

Manufacturer

Reseller

Known Identical Models

  • Generic grinder, many similar models are available.
Date Description Workaround Proposed Remediation
Date Modified By Description Remediation Cost
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Interval Task
Monthly Check and redress wheels

Task / Action Executive Cause Leader
Cause Team
Named Maintainer Trainers Cause Membership Implementer
Modification and Repairs - AC C I I I R
Induction changes C RACI RC I I I R

PLACEHOLDER: Risk assessment is important to ensure we are making tools available to members in a responsible fashion. Please make every effort to do a reasonable risk assessment. If there is a safety incident with the tool, please redo a risk assessment and add it to the table.

Ref / ID Pre-Mitigation Mitigations / Warnings / Remedies Post Mitigation
Risk Risk Severity Risk Likelyhood Risk Level Risk Severity Risk Likelyhood Risk Level Acceptable to Proceed
0001 Death Severe Possible 15 Induction to train users in correct usage. Severe Very Unlikely 5 Yes
0002 Electric Shock Major Unlikely 8 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Ensure power cables are properly connected and off the floor.
Cables are tested and tagged and inspected for damage.
Minor Very Unlikely 2 Yes
0003 Noise Moderate Likely 12 Train users to wear hearing protection. Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0004 Tripping Hazard Moderate Possible 9 Train users to maintain a clean working area.
Keep all cables off the ground and secured out of the way.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0005 Insufficient Lighting Minor Possible 6 Turn on shop lights.
Open metal-shop doors for natural lighting.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0006 Entanglement Major Possible 12 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Remove any possible entanglement items such as long sleeves, gloves, watches, jewellery, etc.
Tie back long hair.
Minor Unlikely 4 Yes
0007 Impact Injury Major Possible 12 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Train users in correct use of the chuck/fixture plate as per the induction.
Train users in chuck key discipline (never leave the chuck key in while performing another task).
Train users to remove the chuck key before engaging the spindle motor.
Train users in appropriate use of tailstock support.
Require use of appropriate PPE.
Minor Unlikely 4 Yes
0008 Laceration/Dismemberment Major Possible 12 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Train users to keep clear of the cutting tool and the part.
Require that the cutting tool is securely fixed (in the quick change tool-post or tail-stock).
Require use of appropriate PPE.
Minor Unlikely 4 Yes
0009 Burn from workpiece Moderate Possible 9 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Allow parts to cool after cutting.
Train users to ensure adequate coolant is used.
Require assessing workpiece temperature before handling.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes
0010 Dust Inhalation - Low-hazard materials Moderate Likely 12 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Require use of appropriate PPE.
Minor Possible 6 Yes
0011 Dust Inhalation - Hazardous materials Major Likely 16 Induction to train users in correct usage.
Restrict allowed grinding materals.
Insignificant Unlikely 2 Yes

PLACEHOLDER: A decision register is for general documentation when some decision is made regarding the tool. To change its location, mode of operation, to buy an accessory, to replace something, to change how it operates etc. Delete this line.

Ref / ID Decision Details Impact Proposed Date Proposed By Status Approved By Date Resulting Actions and Comments
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  • Last modified: 2 months ago
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