Supervise the energy isolation process

Supervise the energy isolation process

Jan 05, 2021

Supervise the energy isolation process

Operations and preventive measures should be checked by the regional approver. Depending on the type of hazardous work, the frequency of inspections can range from hourly to once per shift. The inspection results should be recorded.

Any other independent inspections, such as those performed by the plant manager or SHE department, should also be recorded.

The effectiveness of safety precautions must be reviewed after interruption of work (greater than 30 minutes). Any dangerous situation, accident or attempted accident shall be reported and investigated.

Job completion

Stop working when your work permit expires. If the work is not completed, the permit needs to be extended or a new permit issued.

When the work is completed, the worker or job recipient who performed the work is responsible for reporting back and signing the work permit.

Upon completion of the work or upon expiration of the permit, the Area Approved and Job Receiver must conduct an audit of the relevant area/facility/equipment.

Completion means that the previous equipment or plant should have been complete and that the requirements of the operating standards have been met. Included: Removing any residual material or tools

Reactivate any safety device or protective equipment

Personnel to clear

Job completion

If normal conditions have been restored, the work acceptor and the area approver sign the work permit and close the permit.

If additional work is required, the work status is recorded on the work permit prior to signing and closing.

Where applicable, the job applicant and the client shall also review the work.

At the end of the work, the work permit is returned to the issuer. Issuer notifies factory manager of completion status (completed/not completed) of work.