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Lockout - Tagout

Maintaining effective lockout/tagout procedures and systems for your facility not only meets OSHA requirements but also protects your employees and business. Here you will find a wide assortment of equipment, including complete kits, Master Lock padlocks, training, and more. With our large selection, you will find everything you need for a safe lockout/tagout program.

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  1. Masterlock Lockout Training Video Program

    SKU: MAS499V

  2. Masterlock 427 Red Labeled Snap-On Hasp

    SKU: MAS427

  3. Masterlock 428 Nylon Non-Conductive Hasps

    SKU: MAS428

  4. Lockout Tags: DANGER: DO NOT OPERATE

    SKU: BRA66063

  5. Masterlock Rotating Electrical Plug Lockout

    SKU: MAS487

  6. Masterlock Pneumatic Lockouts

    SKU: MASS3900

  7. Masterlock Personal Valve Lockout Kit

    SKU: MAS1457V410KA

  8. Masterlock Group Valve Lockout Kits

    SKU: MAS1458V410

  9. Masterlock 461 Do Not Remove Padlock Labels

    SKU: MAS461

  10. NMC LOTAG36-25 Danger Do Not Operate Tag 25/PK

    SKU: NMCLOTAG36-25

  11. Masterlock Universal Wall Switch Lockouts

    SKU: MAS496B

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What Is Lockout/Tagout?

Because many different kinds of machinery can produce unanticipated electrical shock when turned on, service and maintenance workers require guidelines for how to help reduce the likelihood of such hazards occurring. Lockout/tagout provides some protocol for handling these situations. According to the Department of Labor, more than 3 million workers are at risk of injury if these proper procedures are not being utilized. If every employer followed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) lockout/tagout standards (29 CDF 1910.147), around 120 deaths and 50,000 injuries could be avoided every year.

Lockout/Tagout Requirements

According to OSHA, employers should offer at-risk employees various gear to act as a buffer between gear and possible sources of electrocution:

  • Locks
  • Tags
  • Chains

Tagout gear must be manufactured from extremely durable materials. Lockout equipment must also be able to endure demanding environments. All lockout/tagout equipment should identify the following:

  • The employee who applied the device
  • Estimated time of completion
  • Basic instructions like “Do Not Open” or “Do Not Start” etc.

Learn more about lockout/tagout regulations.

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