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    Just in case you gotta lock your gun up at work.

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    That only has 1 lockout. It should have AT LEAST 2 peoples locks on it for redundancy.


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    At least it isn't one of those ones that will accept 6 padlocks, then you would have to run around and get your buddies to remove their locks too.
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    Here in Oregon only one lock is required on locked out tagged out equipment that is NOT being worked on. If the equipments is being worked on or is recieving mantainance then two locks are required, one by the person working on the machine and a supervisors lock.

    LOL fun stuff, but it saves lifes. My father in law had his fingers crushed in a machine.
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    We only require one lock, the key is held by the job leader. If another tech is assigned to a different job on the same equipment he hangs another lock.

    We also require only one lock per piece of equipment: Numerous valves, breakers etc associated with the piece of equipment may have tags hanging but there is only one lock, usually on the power supply or an isolation valve.
    I'm a child of the 60's, but I got over it.

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