Wall-Mounted Small Hanging Group Lockout Plastic Box

Wall-Mounted Small Hanging Group Lockout Plastic Box
Product Details

Part No.: LK31

Wall-Mounted Group Lockout Box

a) The Wall-Mounted Group Lockout Box is injection molded using Isoplast polymers for extra durability, has excellent chemical and heat resistance and is impossible to corrode.

b) The lock rails accommodate up to 8 padlocks and the slot in front allows keys to be inserted when box is locked.

c) Use one lock on each energy control point and place the keys in the lockout box; each worker then places his own lock on the box to prevent access.

d) Each employee retains exclusive control, as required by OSHA, by placing his own lock on the lockout box containing the keys to the job locks

e) As long as any one worker's lock remains on the lockout box, the keys to the job locks contained inside cannot be accessed.

 

Part No.

Description

LK31

Size: 180mm(W)×98mm(H)×120mm(D)

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Case study of Lockout tagout4

Case 4

Accident description: the shearing machine of a rolling mill needs to be repaired. Before the repairman arrives, the operator locks the power source of the equipment, hangs the personal lock and hangtag, and then leaves the workshop.

After the maintenance personnel came to the workshop alone, they checked the Lockout tagout of the operator, but did not lock their personal locks, so they entered the machine for maintenance.

When the operator returned, he saw only his padlock and tag and started the machine, thinking there was no one else nearby. Fast - moving shear parts can cause serious injury to maintenance personnel and cause death on the spot.

Cause of accident: there was no prior communication between the operator and maintenance personnel, neither of whom used the Lockout tagout checklist; The maintenance personnel seriously violated the safety operation rules, did not lock their own personal locks and tags, and did not tell others that they were in the machine for maintenance; The operator takes it for granted that no one else is near the device and starts it without checking the machine.

Improvement: strictly follow the locking process. Use the Lockout tagout checklist; When several people operate the same equipment together, everyone must Lockout tagout and communicate maintenance and operation procedures in advance. Be sure that no one is present before removing and starting the device.


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