It is not enough to use the listing procedure alone in the machinery and equipment driven by electricity. The listing procedure should only be used when the locked procedure cannot be used, and the following precautions should be followed:
Attention must be paid to the degree of danger and precautions.
Employees concerned or to be affected must be informed of the relevant hazardous conditions and precautions.
The listing must be firmly attached to the relevant machinery.
The contents of the listing must be clear and easy to read, and the contents should include:
The date and time of the listing
Who hangs the hangar
The locked program executes the steps
Inform affected employees
Know exactly where the energy comes from
The main step is to understand the potential power of the machine
Observe all throats/tubes connected to the machine
It is not to be believed that the power supply of the wire has been cut off
Eliminate and lock in energy sources
Carry out related maintenance activities
Verify that all personnel are away from the equipment
Make sure all switches are in the "off" position
Reconnect to power or energy source and verify that the machine is working properly
Inform relevant staff that the machine has resumed normal operation