What’s in the eBook?

This guide will highlight the seven most common hazards and five best safety practices with more than 25 helpful do’s and don’ts for mitigating these risks to keep employees safe and production flowing.

From the crushing motion of heavy industrial screw presses to the high pressures, high temperatures, high electrical loads generated, and the grain dust and noise produced throughout the process—oilseed processing conditions pose significant dangers to occupational health and safety.

One study found that up to one-third of work areas near oil expellers exceed the noise levels recommended by OSHA, leaving more than one-fourth of mill workers exposed to potentially detrimental hearing damage.

By implementing preventative measures and instilling a culture of safety grounded in training and compliance, facilities can promote a safer work environment to protect employees and improve productivity.