Are You Practicing Proper Lockout/Tagout Procedures In Your Workplace? 

According to the OSHA Fact Sheet, “The OSHA standard for The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout), Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.147, addresses the practices and procedures necessary to disable machinery or equipment, thereby preventing the release of hazardous energy while employees perform servicing and maintenance activities.”(OSHA Fact Sheet) Providing a proper Lockout/Tagout program ensures employee safety and proper machine usage.

Our Emergent Safety Specialists are trained in all Lockout/Tagout procedures and are certified to perform an evaluation of your workplace’s Lockout/Tagout procedures. For more information about Lockout/Tagout, visit the OSHA Factsheet below or call Emergent Safety at 630-406-9666.

Here is some of the Top Selling Emergent Safety Lockout/Tagout products.

Electrical Lockout Starter Kit

Protect your employees from electrical hazards with this starter kit. Includes everything you need to mark and secure a variety of electrical components. Kit Contains: 6- Single Pole Breaker Lockouts, 6- 227 Volt “No Hole” Breaker Lockouts, 6- Universal Multi-Pole Breaker Lockouts, 6- Wall Switch Lockouts, 1- Large Brady Plug Lockout, 1- Small Brady Plug Lockout, 3- Red Labeled Lockout Hasps, 2- 3/4″ Blue Padlocks, 2- 2″ Blue Padlocks, 10- Lockout Tags and 1- Yellow Canvas Carrying Bag

Lockout Stations with Accessories

Boards are made of 3/16″ thick bright yellow acrylic with acrylic lock rails. Tag pockets are made of clear polycarbonate and will hold tags up to 3″ wide. Includes padlocks, hasps and heavy-duty tags.

Universal Valve Lockout

Valve lockout just got easier with the introduction of the Brady Universal Valve Lockout. Until now, ball, gate and butterfly valves required specific lockout devices. Different lockout devices were even required for different sizes of valves. The Universal Valve Lockout makes it possible to lockout a wide selection of valve types and sizes with a single device. The Universal Valve Lockout lowers equipment costs. It can do the work of ten or more conventional lockout devices. It enhances safety and efficiency by making it easier for workers to pick the right device for the job, and by reducing the number of lockout devices they need to learn how to properly apply. The product comes in two sizes, allowing it to fit virtually any size ball, gate or butterfly valve. The body of the unit includes a built-in clamp, which is secured to the valve handle.