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Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures for Lockable Device

Lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures are designed to prevent accidental startup of machines or equipment and to prevent the release of stored energy during servicing or maintenance. Use of the general lockout/tagout procedure that involves applying locks and/or tags as direct controls (as can be seen in the procedure below) , ensures that equipment is isolated from energy sources and injuries are prevented.
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07/26/2022

Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures for Lockable Device

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Lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures are designed to prevent accidental startup of machines or equipment and to prevent the release of stored energy during servicing or maintenance. Use of the general lockout/tagout procedure that involves applying locks and/or tags as direct controls (as can be seen in the procedure below) , ensures that equipment is isolated from energy sources and injuries are prevented.
  • Tools for Lockout/Tagout

  • For a lockout/tagout program to succeed, all of the tools required by a procedure need to be provided. These typically include standardized locks and tags, and may include more specialized equipment like valve covers or multi-lock hasps.

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