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    14. Special Conditions




    A. Testing or Positioning of Equipment/Machines

    When an employee must move part of a machine to test or position it for service/maintenance, and re-energization is required, the temporary removal of lockout/tagout devices and subsequent re-energization must follow this sequence:


    C Clear machine/equipment of tools and other miscellaneous materials;
    C Remove all employees from the machine/equipment area;
    C Remove lockout/tagout devices;
    C Energize and proceed with testing or positioning;
    C De-energize and reapply lockout/tagout devices.

    B. Exchange of Information With Outside Contractors

    When the work of an outside contractor involves equipment/machines covered under the Lockout/Tagout Program, the employer must:

    C Ensure that there is an appropriate exchange of information regarding lockout/tagout procedures to be used by both the employer and the outside contractor;
    C Inform employees of any differences (i.e., restrictions and prohibitions) between the two programs;

    One suggested practice is to use the Appendix D: Energy Source Evaluation and Energy Control Procedure for the exchange of information; and to attach the contractor’s procedures form to your Energy Control Procedures form for the specific equipment/machine until work is completed.

    C. Group Lockout or Tagout

    There are special procedures for servicing and/or maintenance performed by two or more people. One employee shall be designated with primary responsibility for the project. This employee will remain responsible throughout the project. This employee should notify the specific employees on the crew(s). This information should also be identified on the Energy Control Procedures Form (Appendix D). The group lockout lead person is responsible for the following:

    C Ensuring the continuity of energy control measures for the group (e.g., obtaining an appropriate group lockout/tagout device);
    C Continually monitoring the work to ensure that employees on the crew are not exposed to lockout/tagout hazards;
    C Verify that all procedures for returning the equipment back into service are completed before removing the group lockout/tagout device.

    Each authorized employee will place a personal lockout or tagout device on the group lockout device, group lockbox, or similar mechanism when he or she begins work. Each employee removes their device when finished working on the machine or equipment being serviced or maintained.

    See Appendix I for acceptable examples of group lockout procedures.


    D. Shift or Personnel Changes

    If a shift or personnel change occurs before the maintenance or servicing is finished, it is the responsibility of the off-going and on-coming shift supervisors involved with the locked or tagged out equipment/machine to:

    C Ensure that the continuity of the energy control procedure is maintained until the on-coming shift supervisor arrives and takes control of the job;
    C Decide whether to use the same lockout/tagout device that was originally attached or use a separate device attached under the direction of the on-coming supervisor;
    C Document the method used (original device or separate device) on the Energy Control Procedures Form (Appendix D).

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    APPENDIX A


    Control of Hazardous Energy
    (Lockout/Tagout)
    Sample Program

    This program is intended to serve as a SAMPLE ONLY. Each employer must customize this sample based on the needs of the workplace. Instructions or notes are printed in italics.



    It is the policy of ______________________________ that all equipment be locked out during servicing and/or maintenance work to protect against accidental or inadvertent activation that could result in personal injury or equipment damage. In addition to disconnecting the power source, it is also required that all residual pressures be relieved and energizing lines closed (secured) prior to and during any such work.

    PURPOSE

    This policy establishes the minimum requirements for the lockout of energy sources whenever maintenance or servicing work is done on machines or equipment. It shall be used to ensure that the machine or equipment is stopped, isolated from all potentially hazardous energy sources, and locked out before employees perform any servicing or maintenance work where the unexpected/unintended energization or start-up of the machine or equipment, or release of stored energy could cause injury.

    RESPONSIBILITY

    All employees (authorized, affected, or others) are required to comply with the requirements of lockout.

    The authorized employees are required to perform the lockout following this procedure.

    All employees, upon observing a machine or piece of equipment is locked out for servicing or maintenance work, shall not attempt to start, energize or use that machine or equipment.

    Employees shall consult with supervision/management whenever there are any questions regarding energy control procedures or methods.


    Supervision/management shall enforce the energy control procedure including the use of corrective disciplinary action when necessary.

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    1. OBTAINING A LOCK AND IDENTIFICATION LABEL
    Identify how employees will obtain locks and the methods you will use to identify locks. Here is an example.





    Authorized employees shall be issued a Master Lock from their supervisor as their personal safety lock. Safety locks used for personal protection will be individual numbered, keyed padlocks painted red in color. One key will be in the possession of the employee using the safety lockout lock. The other key or a master key will be maintained by supervision/management in a lock box in the maintenance office for emergency lock removal as established in the energy control procedure.

    Personal safety locks (red) used for energy control shall have a durable tag attached which indicates a lockout condition and the name of the employee who attached the safety lock and the date and time applied.

    Personal safety locks (red) are for the personal protection of employees and are to be used solely for the control of hazardous energy sources (power lockout).

    2. WHAT TO LOCKOUT
    During servicing or maintenance, a machine utilizing any mechanical power source such as electrical, pneumatic, steam, hydraulic, and/or air must be locked out when the unexpected energization or startup of the machine or equipment or release of stored energy could cause injury to employees. The lockout must render the machine inoperative and immovable.

    3. WHEN LOCKOUT METHODS ARE REQUIRED
    Based on the energy source evaluation at your facility, you will identify which tasks require lockout. Here are some examples.



    A. Equipment cleaning or Jam-clearing Tasks - When a normally moving piece of equipment is stopped for cleaning, clearing, or adjustment during which a startup could cause injury, lockout is used.


    B.Equipment Repair - Whenever a repair is being performed on or near
    equipment where there is a possibility of injury as a result of starting the equipment, lockout is used. This includes any and all equipment from which a guard or other safety device has been removed.

    C. Installation Tasks - Frequently during installation, either part of all of the components making up the installation can be operated before the installation is complete. If needed for testing, precautions must be taken to prevent injuries to personnel during the test periods and the equipment again locked out when the test is complete or interrupted.

    D. Electrical Repair Tasks - Whenever any work other than testing is to be performed on an electrical circuit, the wiring involved must be deactivated and locked out so that it cannot be reactivated during this work.

    4. GROUP LOCKOUT
    Refer to Section 14: Special Conditions of the guide for group lockout options to be included in this section if appropriate. Here is one example.



    Before the work begins, the lockout procedure will be reviewed with each group member. One authorized employee will be designated as responsible for the lockout.

    If more than one department, shift, etc., is involved, one authorized employee will coordinate the lockout to ensure that all control measures are applied and that there is continuity of protection for the group.

    Each authorized employee will affix a personal safety lock (red) to the group lockout and will remove their lock when he/she stops working on the machine or equipment. Each lock must have that person’s name affixed to it.

    5. SHIFT CHANGES
    Identify how employees will maintain continuity of machine safeguarding during a shift change. Here is an example.



    The continuity of machine safeguarding during shift or personnel changes or during long intervals of time between work will be accomplished through the use of an equipment lock. Personnel changing shifts will install an equipment lock to the lockout adapter prior to removing their personal safety lock unless the equipment is ready to go back into service. A tag indicating the status of the machine/equipment will be attached to the equipment lock.


    Equipment locks shall be painted blue in color and will be used to lock out machines/equipment during shift changes or to maintain machines/equipment off line and to prevent unintentional operation.

    Equipment locks (blue) are not to be used as energy control devices for personal protection. Equipment locks will be applied and removed by supervisory/ management personnel.

    6. WHEN LOCKOUT METHODS ARE NOT REQUIRED
    Based on the energy source evaluation, you will identify tasks where lockout methods are not required. Here are some examples.



    A. Minor tool changes (for example, changing a drill bit) are not covered when a stop button is used to control unexpected motion during the tool change or minor adjustment and when the start button is both visible and under the employee’s immediate control.

    B. Other minor servicing activities that take place during normal production operations are not covered by this standard if they are routine, repetitive, and integral to the use of equipment for production and if work is performed using alternative protective measures that provide effective employee protection.

    C. Cord and plug connected equipment must be unplugged and under the exclusive control of the employee performing the service or maintenance work. The plug must physically be in the possession of the employee, or in arm’s reach and in the line of sight of the employee. Lockout devices are available to lockout the plug when disconnected.

    D. Repair, trouble-shooting and set-up adjustments must be performed on energized equipment only when it is absolutely necessary to leave the machine energized. For the purpose of this procedure, the trouble-shooting process will end and a lockout will be required when:

    § Power is shut-off;
    § A particular problem has been located and repairs start;
    § Individual machine components are being replaced;
    § Circuit changes are being made.


    PROCEDURES

    Describe the specific procedures your company will use to perform lockout. Here is an example:



    The essential part of lockout of any equipment or lines is to ensure that the equipment cannot be started or source lines opened by unauthorized personnel during servicing and maintenance work. If you have questions relating to the appropriate procedures to be followed, ask your supervisor prior to commencing work.

    1. APPLICATION OF LOCKOUT CONTROL
    A. Preparation for Shutdown - Personal Safety Locks (red) and keys will be kept by each individual operator, mechanic, electrician. Supervisors will also have their own locks and keys. Authorized employees shall review the written lockout procedure to have complete understanding of the type(s) and magnitude of the energy, the hazards of the energy to be controlled, and the methods or means to control the energy.

    B. Notification of Employees - Affected employees shall be notified by the authorized employees that the machine or equipment is going to be locked out.

    C. Machine or Equipment Shutdown - The machine or equipment shall be turned off or shut down using the energy control procedures established for the machine or equipment.

    D. Machine or Equipment Isolation - All energy isolating controls that are needed to control the energy of the machine or equipment shall be physically located and operated in such a manner as to isolate the machine or equipment from the energy sources (e.g., steam, pneumatic, hydraulic, and air). A Zero Energy State must be proven. If the valves do not permit the use of a standard lock out, another method such as a wire cable and lock can be used.

    E. Lockout Device Application - The multiple lock adapter and lock shall be affixed in such a manner as to hold the energy isolation devices in a safe or off position.

    F. Notification of Affected Personnel - Affected employees shall be notified by the authorized employees that the machine or equipment is locked out. In addition to verbal notification, a sign indicating a power lockout condition will be placed near the machine/equipment controls.



    G. Verification of Isolation - Prior to starting work on a machine or equipment that has been locked out, each authorized employee involved shall verify that the isolation and de-energization of the machine or equipment have been accomplished by testing the effectiveness of the lockout by attempting to cycle the machine or start the equipment at the motor control center panel or start/stop switch (key/lock system).

    Each authorized employee will notify other authorized and affected personnel in the area that they are going to attempt to cycle the machine or equipment prior to doing so and shall ensure that personnel are free and clear of the machine or equipment prior to operating the controls.

    If the controls activate the machine or equipment or cause any machine or equipment movement, each authorized employee will being again at Step A. Preparation for Shutdown.

    If there is the possibility of re-accumulation of stored energy to a hazardous level, verification or isolation shall be continued until the servicing or maintenance is completed, or until the possibility of re‑accumulation no longer exists. Stored or potential energy will be relieved, restrained, or otherwise made safe.

    H. Begin Work Activity - Work activity will begin once each authorized employee involved has verified that the current control of hazardous energy sources has been effective.

    2. TESTING/POSITIONING OF MACHINES/EQUIPMENT/
    COMPONENTS

    In situations in which lockout devices must be removed from the energy isolating device and the machine or equipment energized to test or position the machine, equipment or component, the following sequence of actions shall be followed:

    A. Clear the machine or equipment of tools and materials.
    B. Remove employees from the machine or equipment area.
    C. Notify affected employees that the lockout devices are going to be removed.
    D. Each authorized employee who applied a safety lock will remove their own safety lock.
    E.Notify affected employees that the safety locks have been removed and that the machine or equipment is going to be energized.

    F. Energize and test the equipment.
    G. De-energize all systems and reapply energy control measures in accordance with established procedures.

    3. LOCK REMOVAL

    Each lockout lock shall be removed from each energy isolating device by the authorized employee who applied the device except for conditions specified in emergency lock removal. A lockout must never be broken (lock removed) by anyone other than the employee who performed that lockout.

    4. EMERGENCY LOCK REMOVAL

    Employers must have specific procedures incorporated into the Energy Control Program to address emergency lock removal. Employees must be trained in these procedures. Here is an example.



    When an authorized employee is not available to remove their lock, the supervisor and operations managers of that employee have the authority to request the removal of a lock in the absence of the employee. In those cases when a supervisor exercises that authority, the following procedure must be followed:

    A.The supervisor shall contact an authorized person and request assistance in this procedure.
    B.The supervisor and an authorized person must attempt to contact (at least verbally) the employee to whom the lock belongs and determine if the employee is on the premises.
    C. If the employee is on the premises, he/she alone has the authority to determine whether the lock can be removed based on the guidelines of the lockout procedure.
    D. If the employee is not on the premises, the supervisor or an authorized person will make a reasonable effort to contact the employee and will ask the employee whether the work is complete and the equipment is ready to be activated. The employee will be advised that his/her lock will be removed.
    E.If the employee advises that the equipment is not ready to be activated, the supervisor must arrange to have another lock placed on the equipment as soon as the existing lock is removed.



    F. If the employee advises that the equipment is ready to be activated, the supervisor shall inspect the work area to verify that there is no danger in re-energizing the equipment, remove the lock, and inform the department management that the equipment is operational.

    G. If contact is not established, the supervisor will inspect the equipment for completeness of work and authorize the removal of the lock. The employee whose safety lock has been removed will be notified immediately upon return to work by a note being attached to his/her time card requiring that they come to supervisor’s office for safety lock.

    H. If the equipment is ready to be activated, the supervisor will inform the department management that the equipment is operational. At this point, the supervisor can authorize removal of the lock.

    The person removing the safety lock is responsible for making certain that all requirements for restoring power are followed prior to removing the safety lock.



    5. LOCKOUT DEVICES

    List the types of lockout devices authorized for use at your facility. Here are some examples.



    A. Electrical disconnect or breaker lockout device - the switch lever must be padlocked in the OFF position using a shackle and/or padlock with an identification label.
    B. Valve lockout device - can be locked out by using a padlock, a cable and lock, or a valve handle lockout devices. The method used is determined by the type of valve.

    C. Line Blinds or “Pancakes” - to isolate the time flow of fluid or gases in piping systems. (To be used in conjunction with pipe breaking procedures.)
    D. Multiple locks (gang hasp) - when more than one person or group has to work on a machine, a lock adapter shall be used. Each person or group must place a lock on the adapter thus assuring each person a safe and complete lockout. It is important that during a shift change, locks be left in place until the time that the next crew is present and have placed their locks on the adapter.


    TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

    You must identify and train employees by category. See Section 8: Lockout Tagout Program, B. Employee Training.



    1. CATEGORIES OF EMPLOYEE TRAINING

    A. Authorized employees will receive training in the recognition of applicable hazardous energy sources, the type and magnitude of the energy available in the work place, and the methods and means necessary for the energy isolation and control. An employee will not be considered authorized until training has been completed.

    B. Affected employees shall be instructed in the purpose and use of the energy control procedure.

    C. “Other” employees whose work operations are or may be in an area where energy control procedures may be utilized, shall be instructed about the procedure, and about their responsibility not to restart or re‑energize machines or equipment which are locked out.

    2. EMPLOYEE RETRAINING

    Retraining shall be provided for all authorized and affected employees whenever there is a change in their job assignments, a change in machines, equipment or processes that present a new hazard, or when there is a change in the energy control procedures.

    Additional retraining shall also be conducted whenever periodic inspection reveals, or whenever there is reason to believe, that there are deviations from or inadequacies in the employee’s knowledge or use of the energy control procedures.

    Retraining will re-establish employee proficiency and introduce new or revised control methods and procedures, as necessary.

    3. CERTIFYING TRAINING/RETRAINING

    Management shall certify that employee training/retraining has been accomplished and is being kept up to date. Certification shall include written documentation containing the employee’s name, category status (authorized, affected, other), and dates of training as well as a signed statement by the supervisor signifying that the training has been conducted.


    PERIODIC INSPECTION
    Specify how you conduct periodic inspections. See Appendix H for a sample form. Here is one example.




    1. INSPECTION
    At least annually, periodic inspections by an authorized employee who is engaged in the process of performing the energy control procedure being inspected must be done and records kept on this inspection. This will be accomplished by reviewing the procedure with authorized employees who normally lockout this equipment.

    The authorized employee conducting the inspection will observe the actual implementation of the procedure. The inspection shall also include a review of the employee’s responsibilities under the energy control procedure.

    Documentation should include employee names, dates of inspection, and the written procedure used during this lockout.

    2. INSPECTION DOCUMENTATION
    See Appendix H for a sample Periodic Inspection Certification form.




    The authorized person conducting the periodic inspection shall certify that such inspection has been conducted. Certification shall include written documentation which identifies the machine or equipment on which the energy control procedure was being utilized, the employees included in the inspection, any deviations or inadequacies in employee’s knowledge or use of energy control procedures identified, the name of the authorized person performing the inspection, the date of the inspection, and a signed statement by the authorized employee conducting the inspection.

    ENFORCEMENT
    Individual company policies or contracts may guide the disciplinary
    procedure identified in this section. Here is one example.




    Due to the seriousness of this policy and the degree of injury that may be caused by not following this policy and the specific procedures that are included in this policy, corrective action, up to and including immediate discharge, may result if this policy is violated.


    CONTRACTORS
    Identify how you expect contractors to address lockout/tagout while in your facility. Here is one example.



    All outside contractors are required to comply with this procedure while performing work for _______________________________. A signed statement is kept on file to verify compliance with all regulations.

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    APPENDIX B


    ( LOCKOUT / TAGOUT )
    WRITTEN PROGRAM EVALUATION
    Yes
    No

    Do the program/procedures contain the following elements:

    A definition of the purpose and scope of lockout and/or tagout procedures.

    Basic lockout/tagout rules and authorization.

    Means of enforcing compliance.
    Yes
    N0


    Specific documented procedures for:

    shutting down machines and/or equipment


    isolating, blocking, and securing machines and/or equipment


    placement of lockout/tagout devices

    releasing stored energy

    testing a machine and/or/equipment to verify the effectiveness of the lockout/tagout devices



    removal of lockout/tagout devices

    transfer of lockout/tagout devices (shift or personnel changes)

    responsibility for lockout/tagout devices during group lockout/tagout

    group lockout/tagout


    additional measures taken if a tag is used in lieu of a lock


    The employer must always comply with the following items:

    Provide energy control devices which meet the requirements defined in Part 85 (c)(5).

    Inform outside contractors of your lockout/tagout program and notify your employees of the contractor’s energy control program.

    Certification of a periodic inspection conducted at least annually.

    Certification of training and retraining for authorized, affected, and other employees.

    Handling cord and plug connected equipment Part 85 (a)(2)(iii)(A).




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    APPENDIX C



    LOCKOUT/TAGOUT COMPLIANCE GUIDE
    AN APPROACH TO ESTABLISHING WRITTEN LOCKOUT PROCEDURES
    1. Evaluate all machines/equipment/processes using the first three columns of “Energy Source Evaluation and Energy Control Procedures” form. (Appendix D)
    A. Source and magnitude of the energy. (i.e. Electrical = 480volt, 3 phase; Pneumatic = 125 p.s.i., etc.)
    B. Lcation of isolating device. (Adjacent to the control panel, pneumatic line between surge tank and filters, etc.)
    C. Means of isolation. (Disconnect switchbox; ball valve, etc.)

    2. Separate the evaluations into 3 groups.
    Group A. All machines/equipment with more than one energy source.
    Group B. All machines/equipment with one, lockable energy source.
    Group C. All machines/equipment with single-source, cord and plug connection.

    3. Develop written procedures, using the remaining columns, for all equipment in Group A.

    If one energy source will isolate another energy source, that detail must be in Step. 4. For instance, if isolating and locking out the electricity will automatically isolate and dump residual hydraulic pressure, that fact must be detailed in the procedure. You can’t just say, “isolate and lock out electricity.

    You must include a specific statement of the intended use of the procedure. Depending on the activities to take place, more than one procedure may be necessary for any one machine/equipment. (For example, different procedures may be necessary for unjamming stuck part than for the annual, major p.m.)

    4. Establish procedure according to “Partial Exception” for equipment in Group B. Rule 1910.147(c)(4)(i)(Note:) states that you need not document the required procedure for a particular machine or equipment, when all 8 elements exist. However, for consistency sake, you may want to, at least, group like machines together and establish a written procedure for them.

    5. Equipment in Group C are exempt from lockout/tagout requirements as long as they are unplugged and the plug is kept under exclusive control[1] of the employee performing the servicing or maintenance.

    6. To qualify for Minor Tool Change exemption as described in Rule 1910.147(a)(2)(ii) (Note:), the employee must have exclusive control of the controls[2].



    [1] To have exclusive control, the employee must be working alone.

    [2] To have exclusive control, the employee must be working alone and the controls must be visible and within 3 feet.

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    Revision 2/22/00 Page 1

    ENERGY SOURCE EVALUATION and ENERGY CONTROL PROCEDURE
    DATE:________________ CONDUCTED BY:________________________ LOCKOUT PROCEDURE #:__________________________
    EQUIPMENT NAME:_____________________________________________ ____ MODEL:_______________ S/N:______________________
    LOCATION:_________________________________________ ________________ WORK CENTER:___________________________________

    ENERGY SOURCE & MAGNITUDE

    MEANS OF ISOLATION

    LOCATION OF ISOLATION DEVICE
    Step 1:
    NOTIFY AFFECTED EMPLOYEES
    Step 2:
    STOPPING PROCEDURES FOR SHUTDOWN
    ELECTRICAL:




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    ENGINE:





    SPRING:





    COUNTERWEIGHT:





    FLYWHEEL:





    HYDRAULIC:





    PNEUMATIC:





    CHEMICAL:





    THERMAL:





    GRAVITY:





    OTHER:







    MAGNITUDE EXAMPLE: ELECTRICAL = 480v Three Phase, PNEUMATIC = 125psi

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    ENERGY SOURCE EVALUATION and ENERGY CONTROL PROCEDURE


    ENERGY SOURCE & MAGNITUDE
    Step 3:
    ISOLATE AND APPLY LOCK OR TAG (indicate which)
    Step 4:
    BLOCK OR RELIEVE RESIDUAL ENERGY
    Step 5:
    VERIFY DEENERGIZATION
    Step 6:
    RELEASE FROM LOCKOUT / TAGOUT - **
    ELECTRICAL:





    ENGINE:





    SPRING:





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    FLYWHEEL:





    HYDRAULIC:





    PNEUMATIC:





    CHEMICAL:





    THERMAL:





    GRAVITY:





    OTHER:






    MAGNITUDE EXAMPLE: ELECTRICAL = 480v Three Phase, PNEUMATIC = 125psi
    ** Unless specific instructions are given: 1. Check machine, remove tools, 2. Confirm employees are safely positioned, 3. Notify affected
    employees that machine is ready for operation, 4. Remove all blocks or other energy restraints, 5. Replace guards, 6. Remove locks, 7. Restore all
    energy to machine.


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    Revision 2/22/00 Page 1
    ENERGY SOURCE EVALUATION and ENERGY CONTROL PROCEDURE
    (This is a SAMPLE GUIDELINE, not a comprehensive lockout procedure for any particular machine or stituation.)
    DATE: 5/1/99 CONDUCTED BY: Vern LOCKOUT PROCEDURE #: 3/b
    EQUIPMENT NAME: Part Revolution Press #8 MODEL: Verson S/N:______________________
    LOCATION:_________________________________________ ________________ WORK CENTER:___________________________________

    ENERGY SOURCE & MAGNITUDE

    MEANS OF ISOLATION

    LOCATION OF ISOLATION DEVICE
    Step 1:
    NOTIFY AFFECTED EMPLOYEES
    Step 2:
    STOPPING PROCEDURES FOR SHUTDOWN
    ELECTRICAL:
    240 Volt
    Main electric panel
    Southeast corner behind presses
    Notify both operators, material handler, and foreman
    [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME~1/ADMINI~1/LOCALS~1/Temp/msohtml1/01/clip_image001.gif[/IMG]Press “Motor Stop/Off” button to deactivate Motor controller
    PNEUMATIC:
    125 P.S.I. air lines between surge tank and press.
    1. To clutch/brake
    2. To counterbalance
    Lockable, air-dump valve
    Labeled air line behind press, attached to frame

    Shut off air supply by turning ball valve handle 90E
    FLYWHEEL:
    RPM rotational movement
    Power isolated when main electrical and pneumatic are isolated
    See electrical & pneumatic
    Wait, observe that flywheel has coasted to a complete stop
    GRAVITY:
    RAM
    Safety block
    Attached to southeast and northwest corners of press

    Pull interlock









    MAGNITUDE EXAMPLE: ELECTRICAL = 480v Three Phase, PNEUMATIC = 125psi


    0 Not allowed!



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    مروان البرنس غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية مروان البرنس


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    Revision 2/22/00 Page 2
    ENERGY SOURCE EVALUATION and ENERGY CONTROL PROCEDURE
    (This is a SAMPLE GUIDELINE, not a comprehensive lockout procedure for any particular machine or situation.)
    LOCKOUT PROCEDURE #: 3/b
    EQUIPMENT NAME: Part Revolution Press #8 MODEL: Verson


    ENERGY SOURCE & MAGNITUDE
    Step 3:
    ISOLATE AND APPLY LOCK OR TAG (indicate which)
    Step 4:
    BLOCK OR RELIEVE RESIDUAL ENERGY
    Step 5:
    VERIFY DEENERGIZATION
    Step 6:
    [IMG]file:///C:/DOCUME~1/ADMINI~1/LOCALS~1/Temp/msohtml1/01/clip_image001.gif[/IMG]RELEASE FROM LOCKOUT / TAGOUT - **
    ELECTRICAL:

    240 Volt:
    Move disconnect switch to off position. Attach gang clip and lock

    Hit “Motor Start” button on operator control panel, press MUST NOT start

    PNEUMATIC:

    Insert chain through hole in ball-valve handle and chain in off position. Apply gang clip and lock
    Slowly open bleeder valve and listen for escaping air. Leave bleeder valve in open position
    Watch and listen for escaping air. Visually check pressure switch indicator


    FLYWHEEL:


    Visually verify that flywheel is stopped completely

    GRAVITY:


    Place properly adjusted interlocked safety block between ram and bed of press
    Visually insure that there is less than ¼" between ram and block

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    مروان البرنس
    مروان البرنس غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية مروان البرنس


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    APPENDIX E


    PARTIAL EXCEPTION WORKSHEET
    Date:


    Completed by:



    Machine or Equipment Covered by this Worksheet








    All questions must be answered “yes
    for the partial exemption criteria to be met.







    yes
    no
    comments
    1.
    The machine/equipment has no potential for stored or residual energy after shutdown which would endanger an employee.


    2.
    The machine or equipment has a
    single energy source, that is identifiable
    and capable of isolation.


    3.
    The isolation and locking out of that
    energy source will completely de-energize and deactivate the machine or equipment.


    4.
    The machine or equipment is isolated
    from that energy source and locked out during service or maintenance.


    5.
    A single lockout device will achieve a lockout condition.


    6.
    The lockout device is under the exclusive control of the authorized employee performing the service or maintenance.


    7.
    The servicing or maintenance does not create hazards for other employees.


    8.
    The employer utilizing the exception, has had no accidents involving the unexpected activation or energization of the machine or equipment during service or maintenance.


    0 Not allowed!



  
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