Lockout/tagout is an important safety measure to ensure that equipment does not become activated during repair or maintenance procedures. Lockout/tagout is a safety procedure performed by trained and authorized workers to ensure that machinery and energy sources capable of causing injury or death are properly shut down and rendered incapable of unexpectedly restarting until maintenance or repair work is completed and the lock and tag are removed by the person who placed them there.
Lockout Tagout – Stats & Facts
- 7 Statistics relating to lockout/tagout
- Case study
- 3 critical points every company needs to remember about LOTO to keep employees safe
6 Things You Absolutely Must Know About Lockout/Tagout Procedures
Countless workers have been seriously injured or killed because they did not ensure that all forms of hazardous energy were dissipated and locked and tagged out before conducting maintenance, repairs, servicing or new installations on equipment.
Download the report to find the six things you need to know about your duties regarding hazardous energy control procedures.
By the Numbers: 6 Safe Steps So You Are Prepared
There are 6 safe steps you must consider when performing a lockout/tagout:
To find out what the final 3 steps are and gain valuable insight for each step, make sure you download the report.
Lockout Tagout Safety Training Procedure
This Safety Training Procedure includes:
- What’s at Stake
- What’s the Danger
- How to Protect Yourself
- How to Protect Your Workers
- 6 Ways to Improve Lockout/Tagout Procedures
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