Presentation on theme: "| Contractor Safety Training 1 Lock out / Tag Out The Control of Hazardous Energy."— Presentation transcript:
| Contractor Safety Training 1 Lock out / Tag Out The Control of Hazardous Energy
| Contractor Safety Training 2 Lock Out / Tag Out Prevent injuries from the accidental or inadvertent release of energy. Comply with Title 29 CFR The Control of Hazardous Energy. Basic premise = One person one lock. Personal lock must have the name of the owner, the company and a contact phone number. Purpose
| Contractor Safety Training 3 7 Steps of a Lockout 1.) Identify the energy sources and proper procedures. 2.) Notify all affected personnel. 3.) Neutralize & secure all energy sources. 4.) Test the energy source and apply personal lock on de-energized equipment / lock box. 5.) Perform work. 6.) Notify affected workers. 7.) Unlock and re-energize equipment.
| Contractor Safety Training 4 Lock Out Paperwork - Header
| Contractor Safety Training 5 Lock Out Paperwork – Procedure Content
| Contractor Safety Training 6 Lock Out Paperwork – Sign Off Area
| Contractor Safety Training 7 Lock Out Paperwork – Major Work Cover Page
| Contractor Safety Training 8 Lockout Modification Card When a lockout procedure has been modified, the box will be identified with this sign as shown in the photo to the right. Check the lockout with your work assignment. If you have questions contact your mill representative or Plant Protection.
| Contractor Safety Training 9 Lock Out Verification Steps for Verification –Check that your work order is listed and/or your assignment is described on or attached to the procedure. –Check that the paperwork has been properly completed and signed. –Confirm that the correct number of red equipment locks has been used and the yellow seal tag is in place (match the yellow seal tag to the paperwork). –Look for any changes that have been made to the original procedure.
| Contractor Safety Training 10 Lock Out Verification – Cont. Verify in the field - any of the following ways: –Follow the lockout procedure step by step. –Have the lockout person/operator show you how the lockout was performed. –Have the operator “push the button” (after clearing all personnel from harm’s way). –Perform a visual check of your work area for indications that energy is under control. –Have a qualified person perform an electrical check.
| Contractor Safety Training 11 Additional Information Personal locks shall be identified with the Employees Name, and Company and phone number if other than SDW. No one is permitted to put on, or remove, another persons lockout lock. Personal locks are not to be left on the board when the contractor is not present at the workplace. Contractors who neglect to remove their personal lock before leaving will be recalled to the mill on their own time to remove the lock. Notify your work contact when complete and personal locks are removed.
| Contractor Safety Training 12 LOTO Issues & Reminders Never move to another job or location without checking that the LOTO procedure covers the new work. Make sure personal lockout locks are identified. Legible. If your lockout procedure differs from SAPPI’s work with your SAPPI contact or SAPPI Safety Reps to combine the two methods. If there is ever a question STOP and get your SAPPI representative involved. Verify!