point of operation

point of operation

[¦pȯint əv ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(metallurgy)
That portion of a metal-forming press in which the material is positioned and the work is performed.
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212 (a) (3) (ii) stating that the point of operation of machines whose operation exposes an employee to injury SHALL BE GUARDED.
Complicated by the variety and sizes of machines and robots manufactured, the standard approaches the problem of integration safety from three different areas: to eliminate recognized hazards by design criteria, establish standard approaches to design, and safeguard the point of operation to protect the operator from recognized hazards.
Safety of flight testing was completed August 14, demonstrating that the production-ready system has matured to the point of operation under stressing flight conditions.
Submarine Mechanical: Of units surveyed, 52% did not have the point of operation guard (chip shield) installed on the drill press and/or lathe.
Meanwhile, Yahsat confirmed yesterday that its first satellite Y1A, which will be used for defence purposes by the UAE Armed Forces, as well as on the civilian level to create a HDTV hotspot within the Mena region, had successfully reached its point of operation at 52.
The satellite codenamed YIA started a series of maneuvers it had to go through before arriving at its final point of operation, 52.
WELL we have reached the halfway point of Operation Transformation and I am determined to reach my targets.
Director Dave Fish said of the move: "Working with international companies such as Jaguar, Hyundai and Daimler-Chrysler in areas as diverse as North America, Asia and Europe and offering high-tech NVH solutions, we needed to think of our image and have a single point of operation to improve co-ordination and efficiency.
The higher e is at the firm's point of operation, the larger the fraction that the offered wage will be of the MRP of the last worker hired, i.
User safety is enhanced by photocell barriers, which protect the entire point of operation.
They say the point is to increase the number of cars that don't produce any pollutants at the point of operation, Hodgson says.
Hence, organizations are consolidating applications and services into a single point of operation, reducing the overall cost of maintenance for network infrastructure.