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Do not execute the Lockout tagout process during installation, debugging, and inspection

Do not execute the Lockout tagout process during installation, debugging, and inspection

Jul 04, 2019

Do not execute the Lockout tagout process during installation, debugging, and inspection

Equipment in the installation, commissioning and inspection stage does not need to follow the Lockout tagout process, but the OSHA standard definition of "equipment repair and maintenance" basically covers all workshop activities other than "normal production and operation of equipment" around "normal production and operation of equipment". In addition to the general meaning of "equipment repair and maintenance", it also includes construction, installation, debugging, inspection, change and so on. Therefore, devices in the installation, debugging, or testing phase must also perform the Lockout tagout process.