The Control of Hazardous Energy lockout/tagout has been listed within OSHA‘s top 10 most frequently cited standards for several years. Non-compliance with this standard has resulted in thousands of worker related injuries and even deaths.
Lockout/Tagout procedures are utilized to protect employees from the dangers of hazardous energy and ensure they go home safely every day.
Lockout by multiple workers at each lockout point
Keeps equipment inoperative while repairs or adjustments are made
Control cannot be turned on until last worker's padlock is removed from hasp
Spark resistant aluminum
Dimensions are 3.8cm x 11.1cm with 2.5cm inside jaw diameter
Holds up to 6 padlock