KD KD KD KD KD KD LOCKOUT TAGOUT ADVANCED SAFETY MK KA GMK Grand Master Keyed One key opens all padlocks across several groups KD, KA or MK MASTER LOCK SAFETY PADLOCKS Key traceability- free key charting service: records the key numbers used by customers, ensures no unintended duplication of keys, provides unique user ID number to customers. It is important that each authorized employee at a site has a unique padlock key that only opens that employee’s safety padlock. To help prevent duplicate keys from jeopardizing your lockout program, register your workplace with Maste Lock. Once registered, Master Lock will send you an End User Identification Number for your site’s Key Chart. When you use that I.D. number on each additional padlock order, Master Lock will use a new key code for each padlock we manufacture for you. When used properly, this free service helps ensure that each employee caries a key unique to them, eliminating unwanted key duplication in a safety lockout program. MK KA Padlock identification - Master Lock offers services to customize padlocks which provide quick and easy identification. Labels - Write worker’s name, add photo I.D, department, division or shift number. Laser engraving - Engrave logos, numbers and names (up to 6 areas). 332 Colors - Choose up to 9 body colors.
2. NOTIFY ALL AFFECTED EMPLOYEES 1. PREPARE FOR SHUTDOWN The authorized person must identify which sources of energy are present and must be controlled; identify what method of control will be used. The authorized person communicates the following information to notify affected persons: • What is going to be locked/tagged out • Why it is going to be locked/tagged out • For approximately how long will the system be unavailable • Who is responsible for the lockout/tag out • Who to contact for more information 3. EQUIPMENT SHUTDOWN If the system is operating it should be shutdown in its normal manner. 4. ISOLATION OF SYSTEM FROM HAZARDOUS ENERGY Isolate the energy with a lockout device and ensure complete blockage for the duration of the maintenance operation to prevent any possibility of reactivating the fl ow of energy. 5. DISSIPATION OF RESIDUAL OR STORED ENERGY Identify any stored energy in rams, fl ywheels, springs, pneumatic, or hydraulic systems and make sure it is dissiped. 6. LOCKOUT/TAGOUT • Lock up the device and ensure it cannot be removed, and the machine cannot be inadvertently operated. • Each lock should only have one key • There should be as many locks on the device as there are people working on it - each of the individuals should place their OWN lock on the system. Locks can only be removed by those who installed them 7. VERIFY ISOLATION Verify that the system is properly locked out before beginning any work. 333