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Go-for-Zero with Lockout/Tagout. Download the Guide

21 March 2016

15-20% of workplace accidents occur during machine interventions. Make machine interventions safer with Lockout/Tagout. Download our free guide “Safer Machine Interventions”.

Maintenance professionals today are more likely to be involved in an accident than firemen. Time to reduce and manage risk during machine interventions. Lockout/Tagout isolates machines from their energy supply during interventions and can prevent accidents related to prematurely activated machinery. It should be part of any ambitious go for zero programme to reduce accidents in the workplace.

Brady offers a complete 3-in-1 solution for an optimal Lockout/Tagout implementation, even in multiple sites.

1.  Lockout/Tagout services: Brady engineers help identify machine energy isolation points on-site and write best practice machine specific lockout procedures. On-site training modules and implementation assistance are also available.

2.  Lockout/Tagout software: The LINK360 software helps to easily introduce, approve or edit, scale and communicate machine-specific procedures for Lockout/Tagout. Upload pictures and illustrations in LINK360 to communicate clear machine specific procedures.

3.  Lockout/Tagout tools: Brady suggests and provides the tools necessary to make Lockout/Tagout easy to use on the workfloor. Tools can include lockout devices, durable padlocks, identification tags, lockboxes, lockout stations and workfloor distribution systems.

With best practice machine-specific procedures, software to easily create and evaluate them, and the tools to isolate any machine from its energy sources, companies can avoid accidents during machine interventions and push a go for zero programme to the next level.

Download the free guide book now!

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