Special Report on
Lockout tagout procedures
Lockout tagout procedures - Trends
Latest Trending Story:
'Lockout' and 'tagout' are terms which describe procedures for preventing an injury or accident during the maintenance, repair or servicing of electrical and mechanical equipment and systems, by isolating workers from energy sources. Lockout is the preferred method of isolating machines or equipment from energy sources to ensure the safety of equipment operators, maintenance personnel and others while work is in progress. This procedure establishes minimum requirements for a lockout or tagout program in accordance with OSHA standards. It shall be used to ensure that machines and equipment are locked or tagged ...
can be a thorn in the side. Year after year, the standard is among the most frequent sources of OSHA citations. Why are there so many citations under lockout/tagout (LOTO)? In many cases, it’s because employers overlook a crucial part of the standard. The standard says that you must have energy control procedures. You must also periodically inspect those procedures—and certify this to OSHA. One of the biggest reason employers get tripped up on LOTO is that they don’t follow—or at least can’t prove they follow--the inspection provisions. This story will show you two things: How to ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
LOCKOUT TAGOUT PROCEDURES
Lockout Tagout Safety Training DVD 2010 - Lock Tag Safe Shutdown Video - Safetycare free ...
Lock-Out / Tag-Out Safety Training by SafetyInstruction.com
- Microsoft PowerPoint - WSSHE PS March 3 2010
- Arc Flash & Electrical Safety: Webinar - New Federal Standard for ...