Lockey 76mm Plastic Shackle Safety Padlock
Reinforced nylon body, can stand temperature -20℃ ~ +80℃. The plastic shackle is made from nylon, can stand temperature -20℃ ~ +120℃, which can ensure that the strength and deformation fracture difficultly.
Key Retaining: When the shackle is open, the key can not be removed.
Laser printed and logo engraved available if required.
All different colors available.
“KA”: Each padlock is keyed the same in one group
“P”: Straight edge plastic lock body
Keyed & Alike/Different
Grand Master Key
Lock Body Shape Options:
The main cause of accidents in chemical enterprises
The equipment is in poor technical condition and in serious disrepair
Chemical enterprises have many equipment and complex pipelines. In addition, they neglect the safety management of equipment in the production process, which makes the equipment overdue and aging and poses a major threat to the safety production.
The staff quality is bad, violates the rules and regulations the phenomenon is serious
The key to the safe production of enterprises lies in whether the leaders at all levels consciously abide by rules and regulations and attach importance to safety. A large number of facts have proved that quite a few leading cadres fail to properly handle the relationship between safety and production and fail to do so in accordance with the "five simultaneous tasks", resulting in accidents. The poor quality of workers is also one of the main reasons. Main performance: lack of due chemical and safety knowledge, violations of the rules and discipline phenomenon is serious, increased the unsafe factors in the production process.
The organizational system is not implemented
Due to the insufficient understanding of enterprise leading cadres on production safety, safety organization is implemented, resulting in increased frequency of accidents. Its main performance: 1. 2. The security organ is not set up or functioning or is not functioning properly; 3. The safety responsibility system of all departments and personnel has not been implemented; The safety regulations of production operation are not perfect.
Bonus step: Keep procedures up-to-date
Equipment and operating procedures tend to change over time, and your lockout/tagout program needs to reflect those changes. Sometimes, the changes may be so minor that only the people working directly with the equipment are aware of them. That’s why it’s a good idea to review all your lockout/tagout procedures regularly to verify that they’re still accurate. A company with just a small number of machines may be able to check all of them every year, while a larger organization may need to study a certain number or a random sample every year. Another benefit of regular review is that it gives you an opportunity to deploy newer and better ideas or more accurate descriptions.