Stay Safe When Restoring Service After Lockout Procedures
When the servicing or maintenance is completed, lockout/tagout procedures for restoring service should be used to make sure all workers are protected.
5 Reasons Why Lockout Tagout Training is Important
Lockout/Tagout training is necessary when working in industrial settings. Don't assume everyone understands the importance of lockout/tagout procedures!
OSHA Requirements for Lockout Tagout Procedure Inspections
OSHA says employers must conduct periodic inspections of LOTO procedures but what kind of inspections are good enough and what are the best practices?
How a Group Lockout Tagout Procedure Protects Workers
To make sure each worker is safe, use a step by step process which gives every worker the same level of protection as if they were working independently.
Steps to Follow for a Safe Lockout Tagout Procedure
Performing lockout tagout requires workers to follow a series of steps to ensure that the equipment they are working on will not be started accidentally.
Always Use Lockout and Tagout Together to Maximize Safety
With hazardous energy, many workers get confused about lockout/tagout because they think it only applies to electrical work - and that can be a grave mistake.