CATU KIT-CONSI-01E Electric Lockout Kit

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Application :

  • Provision for lockout on low-voltage electrical works in application of the safety requirements of standard NF C 18-510.

Composition :

  • 1 Carrying bag M-87292.
  • 1 Padlock with Ø 4 mm insulated shackle PP-4-38-R-Z.
  • 1 Padlock with Ø 6 mm insulated shackle PP-6-38-R-Z.
  • 1 Multiple locker AL-205.
  • 1 Hasp ALM-6/25.
  • 1 Non-conductive slider hasp with Ø 3 mm flexible shackle ALP-4/3.
  • 2 Small circuit breaker lockout (with mini padlock) AL-201/C1.
  • 2 Medium model circuit breaker lockout AL-208-D.
  • 1 Slide&Pin circuit breaker lockout AL-210.
  • 1 Multiple circuit breaker lockout large model AL-209-L.
  • 1 set of 10 Tag-Out badges AP-460.
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Thumbnail KITCONSI01E Each 1070

"Lockout" refers to a safety procedure used to isolate and de-energize machinery, equipment, or systems to prevent accidental start-up, operation, or release of hazardous energy during maintenance, repair, or servicing activities. Lockout procedures are crucial for protecting workers from unexpected or unintentional activation of machinery, which could lead to serious injuries or fatalities.

The lockout process involves the following key steps:

  1. Identification of Energy Sources:

    • Identify and document all energy sources associated with the equipment, including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other forms of energy.

  2. Notification and Authorization:

    • Inform all affected employees about the lockout procedure, and obtain the necessary authorization from supervisors or designated personnel.

  3. Equipment Shutdown:

    • Safely shut down the equipment or machinery according to established procedures. This may involve turning off power switches, valves, or other controls.

  4. Isolation of Energy Sources:

    • Physically isolate and disconnect energy sources using lockout devices, such as padlocks, hasps, or lockout/tagout (LOTO) devices. This prevents the unintentional re-energization of the equipment.

  5. Verification of Isolation:

    • Verify that the equipment is effectively isolated by attempting to start or operate it. This verification step ensures that the energy sources are truly locked out.

  6. Application of Lockout Devices:

    • Attach lockout devices to energy-isolating devices to secure them in the off or closed position. These devices serve as physical locks that can only be removed by authorized personnel.

  7. Tagout:

    • Use tagout devices to provide additional warning and information. Lockout/tagout (LOTO) tags may include details about the lockout, the person who applied it, and the reason for the lockout.

  8. Release Stored Energy:

    • Safely release any stored energy in the system, such as residual pressure or tension, to ensure that the equipment is in a safe state.

  9. Maintenance or Servicing Activities:

    • With the equipment in a locked-out state, authorized personnel can proceed with maintenance, repair, or servicing activities without the risk of unexpected energization.

  10. Completion and Removal of Lockout Devices:

    • Once the maintenance work is completed, remove the lockout devices. The equipment can then be returned to normal operation.

Lockout procedures are essential for compliance with safety regulations and standards, such as the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) standard for lockout/tagout (29 CFR 1910.147) in the United States. Employers are responsible for developing and implementing effective lockout programs, providing training to employees, and ensuring that lockout procedures are followed diligently to protect workers from hazardous energy sources.

    • Weight
      1070 g
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  • Manufacturer
    CATU SAS is a subsidiary of the SICAME Group
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  • Pack Size
    Each, Not Applicable