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3 Graphical Procedure Writing Software, the industry’s first lockout tagout procedure writing service available as a web based application. Lower initial costs and internet accessibility make it easy to create and implement an OSHA compliant hazardous energy control lockout program. MILWAUKEE – (March 24, 2009) -Brady Corporation (NYSE:BRC), the world leader in lockout/tagout solutions, launches its newest version of the popular Lockout Pro software application with an industry first – an optional online Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) model.  The latest version of this popular application provides easy to use ...
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Lockout/Tagout Compliance: Group Lockout and Shift Changes | EHS Today
It's 5:10 a.m. and Glenwood (“Woody” as he is known around the shop) was wrapping up his third-shift work on a case packer. His task that night was to replace the main drive motor and gear reducer. Normally, he has help with this task, but recent downsizing efforts left resources stretched thin, leaving him to work alone. Woody has 33 years of experience and knows a thing or two about how to be safe while he is working on equipment. In fact, he was on site when someone was killed last year because they didn't properly lock out the equipment. On this particular morning, Woody followed all his training to ... market research, surveys and trends
The keys to lockout/tagout
Picture yourself performing maintenance inside of a huge machine. Suddenly, the machine springs to life, powerful metal gears grinding around you, placing you in mortal danger. That is exactly the sort of terrifying scenario that lockout/tagout is meant to prevent. Lockout/tagout is a procedure to disable equipment to protect workers from either an unexpected release of energy or an accidental start-up while performing job activities. When the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently revealed the 10 most-violated OSHA standards, based on citations issued from Oct. 1, 2004, through Aug. 30, ... market research, surveys and trends

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Lockout/Tagout Procedure Writing: The Technology Solution ...
We�ve all heard stories of catastrophic injuries on the job � even fatalities. According to OSHA statistics, approximately 60,000 injuries and more than 100 fatalities occur every year, and it is estimated that 10 percent of industrial accidents are lockout/tagout (LO/TO) related. These statistics represent accidents resulting specifically from failure to de-energize and follow a lockout program when performing service and maintenance work. Studies have shown that an effective LO/TO program can reduce accidents by 30-50 percent, and some insurance companies even offer lower premiums to companies with demonstrated, effective ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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^«^es that nearly 1 million firms are now covaJd by the .... percent reduction in lockout/tagout-related fatalities occurred at the 10 ..... servicing worker, and 2) an exemption from written lockout/tagout procedure requirements for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Creating, Auditing Equipment-Specific Lockout/Tagout Instructions
Hazardous energy is a silent killer. The power can be on, but there is no smell, taste or other indication that electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, steam, mechanical or chemical power is present. Proper safety procedures require a methodical approach. Countless injuries have been attributed to multiple hazardous energy inputs. The maintenance technician locks out the power but does not bleed off the stored energy in a charged line and block the chemical feed lines. Other injuries can be attributed to a lack of labeling of hazardous energy inputs along with electrical panel labeling. Some injuries happen when the facility is ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
OSHA fines Kenton Iron Products $214500 in penalties for 29 safety and health ...
KENTON, Ohio - The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Kenton Iron Products LLC with $214,500 in proposed penalties for 29 alleged serious, willful, and repeat safety and health violations for unsafe working conditions at the company's iron casting facility in Kenton. As a result of a January 2010 inspection, OSHA has issued three alleged willful citations with proposed penalties of $156,000 for failing to ensure that some equipment was de-energized and shut down properly, and lockout/tagout procedures were in place before workers conducted maintenance on the equipment to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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TITLE: Lockout/Tagout Procedure Revision 1 11/14/02 Facility ...
Nov 14, 2002 ... Detailed Lockout/Tagout Procedure. 6.1.1 The Authorized Employee will ... listed on lockout/tagout procedure and de-energize that device ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Typical minimal lockout procedures - 1910.147 App A
The following simple lockout procedure is provided to assist employers in developing their procedures so they meet the requirements of this standard. When the energy isolating devices are not lockable, tagout may be used, provided the employer complies with the provisions of the standard which require additional training and more rigorous periodic inspections. When tagout is used and the energy isolating devices are lockable, the employer must provide full employee protection (see paragraph (c)(3)) and additional training and more rigorous periodic inspections are required. For more complex systems, more comprehensive procedures ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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