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LOTO Procedures

This Lockout Tagout procedure is a planned safety maintenance that disables the energy supply of industrial machinery and equipment whilst servicing, maintenance work or repairs are in progress. The aim of this system is to effectively protect workers from the dangers created by live machinery or electricity, therefore lowering the overall level of risk when working with this equipment.
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07/26/2022

LOTO Procedures

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This Lockout Tagout procedure is a planned safety maintenance that disables the energy supply of industrial machinery and equipment whilst servicing, maintenance work or repairs are in progress. The aim of this system is to effectively protect workers from the dangers created by live machinery or electricity, therefore lowering the overall level of risk when working with this equipment.
  • Lock out/Tag Out procedures are to be completed before any service or maintenance work on equipment or machinery, and/or before entry into any grain bin or other area where operating equipment poses a hazard to the entrant.

  • General Lockout Steps and Instructions:

  • Notify Employees

  • Review Procedures

  • Shutdown Equipment

  • Disconnect & Isolate the Energy Source

  • Lockout Controls

  • Release Energy

  • Try out

  • Lockout Release Steps

  • Inspect Equipment

  • Check Area

  • Check Controls

  • Re-energize

  • Notify Employees

  • Startup Equipment

  • SPECIFIC LOTO INSTRUCTIONS

  • Company Name:

  • Equipment ID:

  • Description:

  • Facility:

  • Location:

  • Date Created:

  • Person:

  • Date Revised:

  • Person:

  • Lockout Points (Picture of lockout points goes here)

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  • Identify where the lock out points are located. (Picture of lockout points goes here)

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  • Any machine modifications must be shown in this procedure. Contact facility manager to update this procedure. Always perform a machine stop before locking out disconnects

  • Energy Source:

  • Device used to De-energize:

  • Location:

  • Method:

  • Try Out Check to Verify Equipment is De-energized:

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