MacAllister Track Saw MSPS1200

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This tool cannot be operated without completing a training course.
If required we can provide an introduction to the safe use of this tool.
This Equipment is Obsolete and is no longer available. It has been retired, sold or superseded.
This Policy, Document or Page is Under Discussion and is not formally implemented yet.
Do not touch when in use Do not turn off Do not wear loose clothing while operating this machine Do not wear gloves operating this machine
Disconnect before carrying out maintenance or repair Disconnect mains plug from electrical outlet Switch off when not in use Switch off and remove plug from socket when not in use Guards must be used at all times Use guard Safety gloves must be worn Wear protective gloves Wear ear protectors Eye protection must be worn
Wear face shield Wear face guard Wear a welding mask Wear helmet while welding Wear a mask Wear face mask Wear respiratory protection Protective footwear must be worn Wear safety footwear
Caution laser beam Laser in operation Counter-rotating rollers Rotating machinery Beware of moving parts Machine may start automatically or unexpectedly Crushing of hands Crushing of hands - press brake Crushing of hands - press brake hand trap Sharp elements Out Of Order

WARNING: Risk of serious cut injuries, entanglement with rotating parts!
DO NOT, under any circumstances, put your hands or fingers anywhere near the blade or cutter when the machine is running.
ALWAYS use a pusher stick or pusher pads when feeding material through this machine.

Equipment Image

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Training requirements Template

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Safety information / minimum required PPE Graphics

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Safety information / minimum required PPE Details

Machine name/identifier

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  • Model Number / Part Number: <Manufacturers model name / Part Number>

Machine Capacity

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  • For large machines this is not required.
  • For small tools e.g. the belt sander identify where the tool is stored.

Training Materials

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  • Training documentation

Manuals / Documentation

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Online / Digital Documentation

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Hardcopy / Paper Documentation Location

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General Operating Procedure

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  • Safety checks before starting.
  • Turn the machine on
  • Operating procedures
  • Turning the machine off.
  • Cleaning after use.
  • State machine should be left / put back in to storage.

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Maintenance requirements and schedule

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Every use




6 Monthly


Spares Information

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Hackspace Spares

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Spares Sources

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