Part No.: PIS
Miniature Circuit Breaker Lockout
a) Made of engineering plastic strengthened nylon PA.
b) Applied for most existing types of European and Asian circuit breakers.
c) Suggested to be equipped together with a padlock for added safety.
d) Easily installed, no tools needed.
e) Can take padlocks with a shackle diameter up to 9/32" (7.5mm).
f) Available for single and multi-pole breakers.
POS (Pin Out Standard), 2 holes required, fit up to 60Amp
PIS (Pin In Standard), 2 holes required, fit up to 60Amp
POW (Pin Out Wide), 2 holes required, fit up to 60Amp
TBLO (Tie Bar Lockout), no hole in breakers required
Safety Behavior Observation Step 1 - Job preparation
Determine the area of observation
The following factors can be considered in determining the observation area:
1. Work areas with high risk operations
2. Areas with more potential safety hazards (safety inspection report, audit report, accident report)
3. Work areas with cross work
4. Work area of the subcontractor in the new approach
Identify the person being observed
All staff working in the field can be observed, but can focus on observation:
1. New or inexperienced employees
2. Employees with high work pressure
3. New subcontractor employees
Employees in a hurry
Preparation of work plan
Contents to be included in the Safety Behaviour Observation work plan:
1. Members participating in safety behavior Observation
2. Areas under observation and personnel under key observation
3. Arrangement of observation time and frequency
4. Communication, recording, reporting and feedback requirements
Safety Behavior Observation Step 2 - Observation
Employee response - Employee location - PPE - PPE - Tools and equipment - Tools and equipment - Ergonomics - site cleanliness
Safety Behavior Observation Step 2 -- Observation (continued)
When a behavior is observed that poses a serious risk to human life, health or the environment, it should be stopped immediately. In such case, the observer can no longer follow the observation plan. The observer should first stop the unsafe behavior and immediately discuss the unsafe behavior with the employee.
Step 3 of safety Behavior Observation -- Communication
How to Communicate
Politely interrupt when it's safe to do so
Feedback your observations to the observed employee in a positive way that takes into account the employee's self-esteem.
Provide positive incentives for all safe methods of operation
When unsafe behaviors are observed, employees should learn why such dangerous behaviors exist and provide timely counseling and correction.
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