Machines can assist in increasing workplace productivity. Their moving parts, sharp edges, and heated surfaces, on the other hand, can result in significant industrial accidents like crushed fingers or hands, amputations, blindness, or burns. Protecting workers from harm demands the use of safeguards. Any machine part, process, or function that has the potential to cause injury must be protected. The hazard should be removed or controlled when the operation of a machine may result in a contact injury to the operator or others in the area.