Lockout/Tagout Articles

  • How to prevent electrical injuries at work and at home

    At CH2M, we’re committed to safety; in fact, working safely is embedded into everything we do. For 10 months we’re focusing on a different hazard – the Top 10 safety hazards that reflect the most common risks and hazards we face every day in our jobs at CH2M, and ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Checking rotary valve clearances

    Rotary valves are precisely machined to accommodate very tight internal clearances. In a smaller standard valve there should be a .003” – .005” gap between the tips and ends of the rotor and the housing / headplate. However, the clearances on many valves are customized to meet the needs of a specific application. For example, in applications with temperature greater than ...


    By Wm. W. Meyer & Sons, Inc.

  • OSHA Fines The Renewable Energy Group Over Hydrogen Gas Explosion

    On March 3, 2016, The Advocate reported that the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) fined a biodiesel plant run by The Renewable Energy Group (REG) $70,000 over a September 3, 2015, hydrogen gas explosion. The explosion injured four workers and resulted in three ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Top 10 Most Cited Workplace Safety Violations for Fiscal Year 2015

    The American Board of Industrial Hygiene® (ABIH®) reminds workers and industry of the need to address health and safety hazards in the workplace.  Recently, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) named its top ten most cited violations of 2015 at the National Safety Council Congress and Expo.  OSHA publishes this annual list to alert employers ...

  • Developing equipment specific lockout/tagout procedures – Case Study

    Challenge: Antea®Group was contracted by one of the world’s largest chemical manufacturing organizations to provide equipment-specific lockout / tagout procedures at their largest Research and Develop facility in North America. The overall objective of the project was to evaluate the worker risks during maintenance and repair operations associated with laboratory ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Does your organization have a Safety Action Plan?

    Safety problems can be found in most environments. It's cost directly affects everyone in business by increasing health care costs, raising insurance premiums, and reducing profits and capabilities for capital improvements, research and money available. Safety mistakes are also very bad for morale. We can help you minimize safety hazards and improve efficiency in your processes. ...


    By AwarenessIDEAS.com

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