LOTO is a relatively small component of your overall safety program — with big implications. Whether it’s in the form of moving components, pressurized gasses, or electricity, hazardous energy has devastating effects when unleashed.
Indeed, most of us have heard the horror stories in LOTO safety meetings. Using proactive, preventive energy control checklists are the next logical step in preventing those types of incidents under your watch.
3 Comprehensive LOTO Checklists Based on OSHA Standards
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Here are a few standard checklists for LOTO procedures, inspections, and energy control:
LOTO Procedure Checklist
The LOTO checklist provides steps for authorized employees and safety managers to follow as lock-tag-try procedures are performed. Customize it for your various types of equipment and machinery.
Control of Hazardous Energy Checklist
Facilities and safety managers are responsible for ensuring correct LOTO procedures take place. Use the Control of Hazardous Energy checklist to evaluate hazards and put protective mechanisms and procedures in place to prevent injury.
Lockout/Tagout/Try (LOTO) Audit Checklist
Your LOTO procedures must be audited at least annually. An effective (and compliant) LOTO procedure inspection evaluates your employees’ adherence to proper energy control procedures for each piece of equipment at your company.
Use this inspection to review your program in action. All employees involved in hazardous energy control — including permanent, contract, and temporary employees — must be protected.
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