Lockout Procedure for Workplace Safety
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1. www.spin-safety.org Created by Ken Chang LOCKOUT PROCEDURE
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3. Created by Ken Chang Lockout Purpose n To ensure the Safety of equipment in Unsafe Condition
4. Created by Ken Chang Normal Lockout Procedure ( LTCT) n LTCT (LTTT) : 1. Lock 2. Tag 3. Clear (Test) & Try
5. Created by Ken Chang 1. LOCK n 1. Physically disconnect all power or dangerous sources, such as electricity, compressed air, chemical gas, liquid, etc. n 2. Lock sources with locks one by one n 3. Keep the key for personal possession
6. Created by Ken Chang 2. TAG n 1. Fill Reason, Name, Date in the Tag n 2. Hang (lock) the Tag on the lock n 3. Multiple lockout requires one lock for each individual
7. Created by Ken Chang 3. CLEAR (TEST) and TRY n 1. Clear the remained electricity, air pressure, spring force, potency energy, etc. (Use instrument to Test to ensure) n 2. Then Try to start the equipment to ensure safety
8. Created by Ken Chang GENERAL EXECPTION(1) n 1. Small electrical equipment with Single and Only power source n 2. Only to change or replace bulb or parts n 3. Within visible range n 4. Do Clear & Try only
9. Created by Ken Chang GENERAL EXECPTION(2) n 1. Damage furniture n 2. Tag (and put away) from erroneously use
10. Created by Ken Chang GENERAL EXECPTION(3) n 1. Change Fluorescent bulbs n 2. Use insulated ladder n 3. Within visible range n 4. Turn of the switch only
11. Created by Ken Chang GENERAL EXECPTION(4) n 1. Lockable only power source n 2. Downstream only n 3. Lock the power source without physically disconnect the power source n 4. Still to do Tag, and Clear & Try
12. Created by Ken Chang SPECIAL PROCEDURES n 1. Not performing all the normal lockout procedures n 2. Not included the above exceptions n 3. Must have written Special Procedure n 4. Only for the specified conditions
13. Created by Ken Chang KEY POINT(1) n 1. Any one found unsafe condition n 2. Performed by qualified person n 3. Signed only by above individual n 4. First lock, Last unlock
14. Created by Ken Chang KEY POINT(2) n 5. Do not use pencil or correction liquid on Tag n 6. The maximum tag period is one month* n 7. No one can take off others lock* n *Unless specially approved by mgmt.
15. Created by Ken Chang TROUBLESHOOTING n 1. Only could be done by qualified person n 2. To supply the power sources within lockout period n 3. Only to observe and test the equipment n 4. Perform the lockout again after observation
16. Created by Ken Chang MUTILPLE LOCKS n 1. Owner first lock, perform the lockout procedure, and last unlock n 2. Other individuals put personal Lock and sign on Tag
17. Created by Ken Chang TRANSFER RESPONSIBILITY n 1. Explain situation to the new person(s) n 2. T transfer the keys n 3. Sign off the tag(s) n 4. New person perform the lockout procedures n 5. New person sign on the tag
18. Created by Ken Chang COMPLETE THE LOCKOUT n 1. All the jobs completed n 2. All other tags and locks removed n 3. Power supplied and tested O.K. n 4. All safety features replaced n 5. Remove the Tag and back to normal use
19. Created by Ken Chang VIOLATION PENALTY n 1. Operate the locked equipments without permission n 2. Break the locks n 3. Remove others tags n 4. Stop the job and perform the lockout n 5. Disciplinary action for violation
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