Lockout Tagout Catalog Page 2 Lockout Tagout Catalog

2 Overview Why Lockout Tagout? Lockout Tagout (LOTO) is an important safety procedure - critical to safeguarding workers and employees around the machinery and equipment they operate, service and maintain. It is also a major OSHA-inspection focus. In fact, it remains one of the most cited violations for general industry even after 20 years in force. But, rather than focusing on the negative aspects of non-compliance and citations, focus instead on the benefits a thoroughly- developed LOTO program provides: 5 Steps To An Effective Lockout Program A successful Lockout Tagout (LOTO) program starts with a solid foundation and a written plan. After that, proactive training and employee awareness programs will ensure a safer workplace for everyone. Brady has broken down the process for Lockout Tagout OSHA compliance into five easy steps, each with their own effective elements that add up to total workplace safety. Step 1: Develop and document your equipment energy control policy/program Step 3: Identify and mark all energy control points Step 2: Create and post written, visual equipment-specific lockout procedures Step 4: Train your employees, communicate and conduct periodic inspections Step 5: Equip your employees with the proper lockout tools and warning devices LIVES SAVED - preventing an estimated 250,000 incidents, 50,000 injuries and 120 fatalities annually! CUT COSTS - both in lost employee time and insurance costs IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY - minimizing equipment downtime BEST PRACTICE - being widely adopted across industries and industrialized countries B-1 Revn: 0 Origin Date: 5/05/09 Model# Serial# Asset # 19707 ID Source Check Device Electrical 208V Verify ZERO voltage reading with meter. Lock and Hasp Gas Natural Gas Main Verify pressure has bled off. Ball Valve Lockout Gas Natural Gas Pilot Verify pressure has bled off. Tag Makeup Feed Water Verify pressure has bled off. Gate Valve Lockout Location 8 Location: Westbrook Campus Method DANGER Equipment # Steam pressure and burn hazard. Ensure steam and heat have dissipated before proceeding. Description: Boiler 1 Bldg:Ginn Date: N/A CB-900-70 L-100932 LOCKS & TAGS NEEDED ALWAYS PERFORM A MACHINE STOP BEFORE LOCKING OUT DISCONNECTS OPENING A GUARD DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A LOCKOUT! Any machine modifications must be shown in procedure. Contact facilities to update procedure. Move E-1 disconnect Breaker 9 to off. Lock out. Globe Valve Located on South Side behind Main Gas Line. Turn W-1 valve off. Lock out. Turn G-1 valve off. Lock out. Ball Valve Located on South Side behind Main Gas Line. Turn G-2 valve off. Tag out. Disconnect for Circ. Pump in Panel PP1 on East Wall Ball Valve Located on South Side of Unit Near West End. Safety Is Your Responsibility! 800-496-4040 LOCKOUT TAGOUT PROCEDURE Revised by Developed by Reviewed by BRADY BRADY NEXT AUDIT DUE MAY 2010 NEXT AUDIT DUE MAY 2011 NEXT AUDIT DUE MAY2012 NEXT AUDIT DUE MAY 2013 E-1 South Side of West Boiler along Floor Panels on North wall W = WATER CP = CONTROL PANEL E = ELECTRICAL P =PNUEMATIC C = CHEMICAL V = VALVE G = GAS S = STEAM W-1 G-1 G-1 G-2 G-2 Page 1 of 2 Lockout Tagout FREE DOWNLOAD: Safety Professional's Expanded Guide to Lockout Tagout In our free guide, you'll learn: What lockout tagout means for you 6 essential elements of compliance The cost of non-compliance Evaluating your current program Achieving world-class standards. Download now at: BradyID.com/lockouttagout

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