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Lockout/Tagout/Try (LOTO) Checklist

Contributor: Safesite • Jurisdiction: OSHA

general industry

A LOTO (lockout/tagout or lock-tag-try) checklist is essential for ensuring employees involved in the control of hazardous energy are protected during maintenaince, installation, grain work, and other tasks.

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Lockout/Tagout/Try (LOTO) Checklist

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1. Is all machinery or equipment capable of movement, required to be de-energized or disengaged and locked out during cleaning, servicing, adjusting or setting up operations, whenever required?

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2. Does the organization have a written Control of Hazardous Energy (Lock-Tag-Try) Program?

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3. Are all workers who use locks and tags been trained on proper procedures, and has awareness trainingbeen provided to other workers?

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4. Do all workers who perform lockout-tagout have appropriate locks, tags and lockout devices?

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5. Do Lockout procedures include energy from suspended loads or potential energy (such as compressed springs, hydraulics, or jacks) to control hazards?

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6. Are specific lockout locks required to be used only for lockout, not for securing toolboxes or lockers?

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7. Have proper lockout locations been identified? (Ie. disconnect main or circuit power sources, not on/off switches, interlocks, emergency stops or selector switches.)

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8. Is there a means provided to identify employees who are working on locked-out equipment by their locks or accompanying tags?

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9. Are appropriate employees provided with individually keyed personal safety locks?

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10. Are correct lockout/tagout procedures available and in use for each piece of eauipment with multiple sources of hazardous energy?

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11. Do employees authorized to do electrical lockouts confirm by voltage test (or equivalent means) that isolation and de-energizing have been accomplished before starting work on machines or equipment?

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12. Does the company have Group Lockout procedures available and in use?

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13. Are lockout trained employees provided with individually keyed personal safety locks?

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14. Is there a program to assess and update as necessary lockout procedures annually?

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15. Is there a program in place to assess lockout tagout trained workers' performance of lockout procedures annually?

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16. Is there a program in place to manage outside Contractors who must perform lockout tagout at the site?

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17. Are nearby workers affected by the lockout notified of the application and removal of lockout-tagout devices by either a contractor or an authorized employee?

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