Lockout Tagout Safety Compliance
The Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) safety compliance standard impacts virtually all workplaces with energized equipment. It is also known as OSHA’s Control of Hazardous Energy Regulation (29 CFR 1910.147) and it is designed to keep employees and machine operators safe from unexpected energy release or start up during service or maintenance.
We have identified five steps to lockout tagout compliance:
- Develop and document a written lockout tagout program
- Create equipment-specific visual lockout procedures
- Identify energy control points
- Lockout tagout employee training and communication
- Use proper lockout tools and warning devices
For more information on how you can comply download our Five Steps to Compliance whitepaper.
We understand the intricacies of developing an accurate LOTO procedure and we offer training tools, software and safety services to help you develop your lockout tagout procedure. We also have a wide range of products to help you implement those procedures and comply with OSHA’s regulations.
Begin improving your LOTO program today!
Brady's lockout product solutions, compliance software and printer info is all available in the LOTO catalog.