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Energy Control Procedures (Lockout/Tagout)

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What is Lockout/Tagout? Procedure for a safe shut down and restart of equipment that is serviced or maintained Lockout protects employees who service and maintain equipment Tagout warns employees of the shut down

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Lockout/Tagout Prevents Equipment from unexpectedly starting-up Co-workers from restarting equipment Injury and death during servicing or maintenance of equipment

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Leading Causes of Lockout/Tagout Injuries Failure to shut off equipment Failure to disconnect from power source Unexpected restarting of equipment Failure to clear work area before restarting

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Authorized Employees Must Maintain or service equipment Identify all energy sources Inform others of lockout/tagout in progress Follow the lockout/tagout procedures

Energy Control Procedures (Lockout/Tagout):

Affected Employees Operate or use equipment Understand all lockout/tagout procedures Never remove locks or tags Never restart equipment with lock or tag

What is Lockout/Tagout?:

Other Employees Are not authorized or affected employees Must be able to identify locks and tags Must be aware of lockout/tagout procedures Never restart equipment with lock/tag

Lockout/Tagout Prevents:

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely Step One - Prepare for shutdown Step Two - Shutdown equipment

Leading Causes of Lockout/Tagout Injuries:

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely Step Three - Disconnect power source using an energy isolating device

Authorized Employees Must:

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely Step Four - Apply lockout/tagout devices Only applied by authorized employees Locks hold power source in “off” position Locks must be used if equipment is capable of being locked out If locks cannot be used – tags must be used

Affected Employees:

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely Step Four - Apply lockout/tagout devices Devices must be: Standardized Identifiable Durable Not used for other purposes

Other Employees:

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely Step Four - Apply lockout/tagout devices Limitation of tags: Only a warning device Equipment can still be started-up False sense of security

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely:

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely Step Five - Release stored energy Step Six - Verify machine is safe

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely:

Restarting the Equipment Inspect work area Notify employees Remove devices Test equipment

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely:

Group Lockout Group lockout device used when more than one person services the equipment Each employee has own lock or tag One primary employee responsible Shift changes require group lockout device

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely:

Removing Another Employee’s Lock or Tag If a lock or tag needs to be removed and the employee cannot be found: Verify employee is not in facility Make reasonable effort to contact employee Tell employee about removal

Six Steps to Performing Lockout/Tagout Safely:

Summary Lockout/tagout is a warning and prevention system Failure to perform lockout/tagout can kill you Know the six steps of lockout/tagout Never remove another employee’s lock/tag Click here for test