Economic Steel Safety Lockout Hasp
Economic steel lockout hasp Lockout tagout hasps Safety lockout hasps are used when you wish to use multiple padlocks to isolate one energy source. A hasp is placed through the isolating point and closed, allowing each authorised person to place their own padlock on it....
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Economic steel lockout hasp
Lockout tagout hasps
Safety lockout hasps are used when you wish to use multiple padlocks to isolate one energy source. A hasp is placed through the isolating point and closed, allowing each authorised person to place their own padlock on it.
Durable, highly visible red coating steel, rust
Lockout by multiple workers at each lockout point, Attach device to energy disconnect switch.
Lock holes: 2/5" (10.5mm) diameter.
Jaw size: 1" (25mm) & 1.5" (38mm)
Accept up to 6 padlocks.
Other colors can be custom made.
Lockout hasp with Jaw Size 1" (25mm)
Lockout hasp with Jaw Size 1.5" (38mm)
1. Material: stainless iron
2. Allow six workers to lock out a single energy source.
3. Lock hole: 3/8" diameter (9.5mm)
4. shackle size: 1" (25mm) & 1.5" (38mm)
Complex group lock hangings
When multiple energy isolation devices use Lockout tagout to protect the affected work activities, but not directly by each individual licensor, and at least two of the following conditions are met:
There are a lot of energy isolation devices or a lot of authorized people involved;
Energy gives longer time;
Energy isolation devices are relatively inaccessible;
System components are interdependent and interact with each other.
The management shall assign special personnel to be responsible, and use the work permit system, control board and other methods that can continuously hold relevant personnel accountable to ensure that all members of the group achieve the same level of protection, and verify the effectiveness of energy isolation.
Change shifts or people
There should be detailed procedures for shift or turnover to ensure continuity of lock hangings, including rules for orderly handover of lock hangings between off-duty and on-duty authorized personnel to minimize the risk of accidental activation or activation.