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  • compliance reason for it in correctly

  • you may use the same equipment run the same tabs and even work with the same

  • crew

  • but the conditions you bates inside are different every time

  • low oxygen level

  • gasoline and toxic

  • are has inflicted knock you out in a heartbeat

  • because of the dangers presented by confined spaces

  • the occupational safety and health administration created the permit

  • required confined space regulation

  • confined spaces are spaces that are large enough for a person to enter

  • but access to the space

  • physically limited or restricted

  • they are large enough to work here

  • but are not designed for continuous years

  • confined spaces can include tanks

  • storage bins

  • poppers

  • and pits

  • there can be a number of different types of hazards associated with confined

  • spaces

  • conditions to watch out for when working with the spaces

  • hazardous atmospheres such as those containing flammable or toxic gases and

  • vapor

  • atmospheres with two little or too much oxygen

  • or a tight areas that could trap or suffocate workers

  • you also need to look out for spaces that contain materials which can engulf

  • people working in them

  • of course the best way to avoid being as it is to bring your work outside the

  • confines space

  • unfortunately this is an always sponsor

  • as we have discussed there can be a number of different types of energy

  • associated with the machinery an equipment we work with

  • the most common relay trickle hydraulic and pneumatic

  • each of these types of energy can exist in two states

  • and story

  • energies active when it is being used to perform work such as one an electric

  • current flows through me she'd return rotors and years

  • however energy can also insisted he stored state

  • waiting to be used

  • an example of this is the electricity that's held in capacitors which are used

  • in many machines

  • any type of energy can be dangerous and both its active or stored forms

  • so we need to remember to use a lockout tagger procedures when working with

  • all likes and states of energy

  • there are many types of lockout devices that can be used to isolate a piece of

  • equipment from its energy source

  • the most common are pad locks chains and valve clamps

  • more specialized devices such as wages ke blocks in pins are often used with

  • hydraulic or pneumatic systems

  • drag-out devices provided your warnings that work is being performed on a

  • machine or a piece of equipment

  • the tags identify the person or persons who are working on the machine and could

  • also indicate why the equipment is out of service

  • remember

  • tags only provide information

  • alone they will not seek your energy isolation devices

  • so whenever possible they should be used with locks not by themselves

  • if you are involved in activities requiring a lockout tag of procedures

  • your employer will provide the locks tax and other devices you will need

  • these must be identified as a lockout tag out devices only

  • they could not being used for any other function

  • and may not be shared with other workers

  • you should also never use non designated devices for walked out to hang out

  • for instance you cannot remove a padlock from a locker war toolbox and use it to

  • lock out any electrical panel

  • lockout tag of devices must be easy to identify as well as durable

  • they should be able to stand up in your normal operating environment

  • finally walks must be difficult to remove so that they can't be taken off

  • by accident

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Lockout Tagout Safety Training Video by Compliance and Safety

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    kuoyumei posted on 2014/04/26
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