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A Designer’s Guide to Conveyor Belt Safety

A Designer’s Guide to Conveyor Belt Safety

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A standard and guideline on machine guarding design on conveyor belt.
A standard and guideline on machine guarding design on conveyor belt.

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A User’s Guide to Conveyor Belt Safety
Protection from Danger Zones
IAPA
It's About Making A Diff
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RESEARCH AND EDITINGLaurent Giraud, Ph.D., Trainee Engineer, Researcher, IRSSTSerge Massé, Engineer, Scientifi c Professional, IRSSTJulie Dubé, Trainee Engineer, Scientifi c Professional, IRSSTLuc Schreiber, Engineer, M.Sc., Direction régionale de la Mauricie et du Centre-du-Québec, CSSTAndré Turcot, Engineer, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSST“CONVEYOR SAFETY COMMITTEE” VALIDATIONLaurent Giraud, Ph.D., Trainee Engineer, Researcher, IRSSTSerge Massé, Engineer, Scientifi c Professional, IRSSTJulie Dubé, Trainee Engineer, Scientifi c Professional, IRSSTGilles Brouard, Inspector, Direction régionale de l’Outaouais, CSSTYves Desrochers, Inspector, Direction régionale de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue, CSSTDonald Duchesne, Engineer, Prevention-Inspection Consultant, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSSTGilles Gagnon, Engineer, Prevention-Inspection Consultant, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSSTLouise Gravel, Engineer, Prevention-Inspection Consultant, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSSTDaniel Macleod, Engineer, Inspector, Direction régionale de la Chaudière-Appalaches, CSSTAndré Marchand, Inspector, Direction régionale de la Mauricie et du Centre-du-Québec, CSSTYvon Papin, Prevention-Inspection Consultant, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSSTLuc Schreiber, Engineer, M.Sc., Inspector, Direction régionale de la Mauricie et du Centre-du-Québec, CSSTAndré Turcot, Engineer, Prevention-Inspection Consultant, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSSTJoseph Wigorski, Inspector, Direction régionale de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue, CSSTLyne Beaulé, Communications Consultant, Direction des communications, CSSTPROJECT MANAGERDonald Duchesne, Engineer, Prevention-Inspection Consultant, Direction de la prévention-inspection, CSSTPROJECT PRODUCTION AND DESIGN SUPERVISOR AND COORDINATORLyne Beaulé, Communications Consultant, Direction des communications, CSST
TRANSLATION
Goodwill Vezina
PROOFREADING
Claudette Lefebvre, Direction des communications, CSSTGRAPHIC DESIGN AND COMPUTER GRAPHICSEykel Design and David Gillis
ILLUSTRATIONS
Steve BergeronORIGINAL TITLESécurité des convoyeurs à courroie : guide de l’utilisateur © Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail du Québec2
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édition revue et corrigéeCopyright Deposit - Bibliothèque nationale du Québec, 2003ISBN 2-550-42283-XDC 200-16227-1 (04-01)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We wish to thank all company and union representatives from the following establishments and organizations:Les gravières de Beauce, Abitibi-Consolidated (Belgo Division and Laurentides Division), Produits forestiersDomtar (Val-d’Or Division), Uniboard Canada (Val-d’Or Division), Mine Jeffrey, ASSIFQ-ASSPPQ, CIFQ and AMQ.
The IRSST makes no guarantee regarding the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information contained in this document. In no caseshall the IRSST be held responsible for any physical or psychological injury or material damage resulting from the use of this information.Note that the content of the document is protected by Canadian intellectual property legislation.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTIONAPPLICATION
SECTION 1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Context Analysis and Definitions
1.1 Context Analysis1.2 Definitions1.2.1 Tasks1.2.2 Workers1.2.3 Areas1.2.4 Conveyor Components
2. Accident Information3. Hazards4. Applicable Acts and Regulations5. Risk Assessment and Reduction6. Maintenance Information
SECTION 2 SAFEGUARDS AGAINST HAZARDS
1. Risk Assessment and Reduction2. Safeguards against Mechanical Hazards
2.12.22.2.12.2.22.2.32.2.42.32.42.52.5.12.5.22.62.6.12.6.22.6.32.6.42.6.52.6.62.6.72.6.82.6.9General PrinciplesGuardsAllowable Dimensions for Guard OpeningsFixed GuardInterlocking GuardInterlocked Guard with Guard LockingDeterrent DevicesService Ways and ThroughwaysFalling or Projecting ObjectsConveyor ElementsCarried LoadsConveyor Belt Safety Requirements for Operating ConditionsPower Transmission Moving PartsBeltUpper and Lower Strands in a Straight RunCurved ZoneTransition ZoneDrumsMoving LoadsMoving Sub-AssembliesMoveable Conveyors
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