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Energy isolation - seven aspects of behavioral safety observation

Energy isolation - seven aspects of behavioral safety observation

Jan 16, 2021

Energy isolation - seven aspects of behavioral safety observation

1. Employee reaction

2. Employees' location

3. Personal Protective Equipment

4. Operating procedures

5. Operating environment

Ergonomics

Behavior safety observation content

Position of personnel - not hit - not clamped - not fall or trip - not falling from high - not contact with objects of extreme temperature - not electric shock - not contact or inhalation of hazardous substances - not contact with transport equipment - moderate handling load - reasonable posture - no repetitive movements - others


Initial Response of Personnel - Adjust PPE - Change Position - Rearrange Work - Stop Work - Connect Ground -Lockout Tagout - Other


Personal protective equipment - head - eyes and face - ears - respiratory system - arms and thin - body - legs and feet

Tools and equipment - fit for current job - correct use - tools or equipment in good condition

Working environment - good lighting or light - noise standard - site clean - materials arranged neatly - clear access - edge protection, hole protection - others

Procedures - easy to obtain - maneuverable - know - understand - follow