b'Just shutting down or disconnecting equipment is not enoughLockout/Tagout keeps employees safe by making it inoperable. Comply with OSHA Regulations and LOCK IT OUT!Before repairs, servicing, maintenance, or set-up of machines and equipment can begin, prevent the unexpectedthe accidental start-up!Procedures, devices, and personnel must be set in place to prevent the serious injury or death that could occur when someone thinks something is safely turned off. To keep machines and equipment inoperable, establish a program consisting of energy control procedures, employee training, and periodic inspections. as described in the OSHA standard. The standard also identifies products used for achieving these goals, such as lockout and tagout devices.Here are seven steps to help you create an effective lockout/tagout program. 1. Be Aware of the Lockout5. Set up Lockout Training Regulations & Procedure ProgramBecome familiar with theDevelop, standardize, and document federal regulations knownthe lockout process for each energy as The Control of Hazardoussource. Identify employees level of Energy (Lockout/Tagout)involvement in the programthose 29 CFR 1910.147. that are made aware, affected, and to perform the lockout procedures. Accomplish this through comprehensive2. Develop List of Machinery training programs and certifications.& EquipmentSurvey your facility for all machineryand equipment that have the potential 6. Implement the for requiring lockout. Lockout Program+_ Initiate and enact the lockout/tagoutprogram in accordance with the training3. Identify & Mark Energy procedures. Post reminders and have the necessary lockout/tagout devices Sources & Lockout Points readily available.Locate and document start-up areas of energy sources, such as: Mechanical Electrical Hydraulic7. Review LockoutThermalPressure Process Control Program Stored Energy (gravity, springs) Identify and document changes to Post signs, apply labelsexisting procedures and new energy sources that require lockout. Make and tags corrections, changes, and additions to warn and identify energy sourceto the program. Conduct periodic areas and points requiring shut-down andreview of lockout procedures lockout/tagout procedures. (required at least annually) to ensure they are up to date and requirements are being met. 4. Determine the 29 CFR1910.147 The Control ofLockout Controls Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) Identify and document the.requires the employers to establish necessary devices that isolatea program and utilize procedures for and lockout energy sources,affixing appropriate lockout devices and secure them for on-site use.or tagout devices to energy isolating devices, and to Standardize the devices for variousotherwise disable machines or equipment to prevent functions for proper identification. unexpected energization, start-up or release of stored energy in order to prevent injury to employees.Put a stop to energy source hazards found throughout your facility! We offer solutions to help you meet all your lockout/tagout requirements! Look for products to meet your specific lockout needs on the following pages - ranging from lockout devices to training materials. Call us for consultation and on-site assessment of your lockout/tagout requirements.444 signkore.com | 780.406.1888All prices are in Canadian Dollars. Freight/Shipping charges may apply to items not in stock. Prices are subject to change without notice.'