5 Easy Steps To Creating A Compliant Lockout Program
1. Identify all Equipment
Locate all energy control points, including valves, switches, breakers and plugs and clearly identify them with permanent, standardized labels or tags.
2. Create Procedures
Create and implement procedures for disabling equipment and isolating it from its energy source(s).
3. Equip Employees with Devices
Provide your employees with the necessary lockout tagout devices to ensure their safety.
Properly train your employees on your lockout tagout procedures.
Conduct periodic inspections to ensure your lockout tagout program is running effectively
Lockout Tagout Products
Our selection of safety padlocks are color-coded, offer different keying options and, best of all, they're OSHA-compliant.
Our lockout tags are designed to be easy to read from a distance and tough enough to withstand water, chemicals and tearing.
Lockout hasps prevent equipment from being operated until every padlock is removed. Available on steel or non-sparking aluminum.
Electrical lockout devices are the ideal choice when locking out circuit breakers, machinery, and fuses.
Electrical Lockout Devices
Valve lockout devices ensure that closed valves stay that way during maintenance.
Valve Lockout Devices
Mechanical lockout devices keep your employees safe from a variety of hazards during maintenance.
Mechanical Lockout Devices
Take the headache out of lockout tagout; Brady's kits and carts provide you with everything you need to lock out breakers, valves and plugs.
Portable Lockout Kits & Carts
Keep equipment easily accessible and visible with lockout stations that are durable, portable and easy to install.
Mountable Lockout Stations
Keep your group lockout organized. Servicing equipment with multiple lockout points has never been easier or more secure.
Group Lock Boxes
Protect your employees by posting lockout labels on electrical panels and dangerous machinery.