Trapped Key Interlocks for Lockout Tagout Procedure - Health and Safety - Workplace Safety
Enhancing your lockout tagout procedure with KIRK trapped key interlocks ensures energy isolation procedures are followed in a predetermined sequence of events every time. Typical industrial equipment may contain hot fluids, blades, fans, pinch points, and moving parts hazardous to workers and other equipment. A written lockout tagout procedure is used to document the steps to remove/isolate the energy source(s). This written procedure includes; identifying the energy source(s), isolating the energy source(s), locking and tagging the energy source(s), and verification that the energy isolation has been effective.