20 Lock Lockout Board

20 Lock Lockout Board
Product Details

Part No.: LK13 

20-Lock Lockout Station

Lockout stations and kits are equipped with the tools you need to isolate mechanical and electrical control points.
The20 lock lockoutboardsmaterial isbright acrylic with acrylic lock rails, and the lockout pockets material isclear polycarbonate. Its can hold tags with the widest of 3"
The20 lock lockout board is59.7cm highand 29.2cm wide. This lockout station boardcan hold: 20pcslockoutpadlocks, 2pcs 1"loto safetyhasps, 2pcs1.5"loto safetyhasps and 24pcsloto safetytags.This wall mountable tagout storage board don't have components. Lockoutstation with components is also available.

Item

Description

Size

LK11

5 lock lockout board

29.2cm×39.4cm

LK12

10 lock lockout board

34.3cm×34.3cm

LK13

20 lock lockout board

59.7cm×29.2cm

LK14

36 lock lockout board

54.6cm×59.7cm

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Whether locking affects efficiency

There are three fundamental reasons why regular lockout tagout operations reduce productivity: first, lack of knowledge. Workers will not realize the value of taking safety measures if they do not know what will harm them and what will cause the machine to start unexpectedly. They need good training and guidance on the locking process for specific devices so they know how and why to protect themselves. Second, if the workplace culture is one of taking any action to get the job done, the employee will consider whether the time spent before each lock is worth it. Unfortunately, the data shows that they often make bad decisions and take shortcuts. The more skilled the worker, the faster and longer the lock operation can be applied. This has become a routine way for them to carry out their assignments and continue to work in the right way. Third, the lack of necessary resources. If there is no locking process file for reference and no specific equipment training, errors will still occur. If the safety equipment is not on hand, workers are likely to think twice about getting it and locking it. If the company fails to provide adequate resources or guidance, workers may consider unsafe behavior tolerable.


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