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Control of hazardous energy Control of hazardous energy Presentation Transcript

  • Control of Hazardous EnergyControl of Hazardous Energy LLOCKOCKOOUT/UT/TTAGAGOOUTUT Plant Asset ProtectionPlant Asset Protection
  • Lockout/TagoutLockout/Tagout If you have any questionsIf you have any questions about the presentation,about the presentation, please contact:please contact: Plant Asset Protection (PAP)Plant Asset Protection (PAP)  Local 388 - Plant Shift-in-ChargeLocal 388 - Plant Shift-in-Charge  Local 375 - PAP ManagerLocal 375 - PAP Manager
  • Lockout/TagoutLockout/Tagout  Purpose of Lockout/TagoutPurpose of Lockout/Tagout  ScopeScope  DefinitionsDefinitions  Step by Step InstructionStep by Step Instruction
  • Lockout/Tagout – Common ExcusesLockout/Tagout – Common Excuses  This job will only take a few minutes. I don’t need to lock it out.  I’ve done this work for 20 years. I know what I’m doing. I don’t need to lock it out.  I’m in a hurry. I’ve locked the equipment out. I’m sure it’s okay. I don’t need to verify it.  There are two of us working on the equipment. There is no need for both of us to lock it out. I’ll work under my partner’s lock.
  • Lockout/Tagout – Top 5 ReasonsLockout/Tagout – Top 5 Reasons 1.1. Your life is on the lineYour life is on the line 2.2. Your family and friends love and need youYour family and friends love and need you 3.3. Your co-workers depend on you being aroundYour co-workers depend on you being around 4.4. It’s a company requirementIt’s a company requirement 5.5. It’s a regulatory requirementIt’s a regulatory requirement
  • Lockout/Tagout – PurposeLockout/Tagout – Purpose The Concentrate Plant has establishedThe Concentrate Plant has established requirements for Lockout/Tagout ofrequirements for Lockout/Tagout of equipment during servicing andequipment during servicing and maintenance to ensure:maintenance to ensure:  equipment is isolated & locked or taggedequipment is isolated & locked or tagged out from all potentially hazardous energyout from all potentially hazardous energy  where the unexpected energization orwhere the unexpected energization or release of such energy could cause injury.release of such energy could cause injury.
  • Lockout/Tagout – ScopeLockout/Tagout – Scope Lockout/Tagout covers:Lockout/Tagout covers: SERVICING and MAINTENANCESERVICING and MAINTENANCE ofof machines and equipment in whichmachines and equipment in which the unexpected energization, start-the unexpected energization, start- up or release of energy could causeup or release of energy could cause injury to employees.injury to employees.
  • Lockout/Tagout – ScopeLockout/Tagout – Scope SERVICING and MAINTENANCESERVICING and MAINTENANCE includes:includes: •Constructing •Installing •Setting upSetting up •AdjustingAdjusting •Inspecting •Modifying •ServicingServicing •MaintenanceMaintenance
  • Lockout/Tagout – ScopeLockout/Tagout – Scope Lockout/Tagout is not requiredLockout/Tagout is not required for maintenance or servicingfor maintenance or servicing performed during normalperformed during normal productionproduction unlessunless itit requires:requires:  Removal of a guardRemoval of a guard  Bypass of a safety deviceBypass of a safety device  Placement of any part of thePlacement of any part of the body in point of operation orbody in point of operation or other danger zoneother danger zone
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions LOCKOUTLOCKOUT  Placement of a lockoutPlacement of a lockout device on an energydevice on an energy isolating device, inisolating device, in accordance with anaccordance with an established procedure.established procedure.
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions TAGOUTTAGOUT  Placement of a tagoutPlacement of a tagout device on an energydevice on an energy isolating device, inisolating device, in accordance with anaccordance with an established procedure.established procedure.
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions AUTHORIZED PERSONAUTHORIZED PERSON A duly trained personnelA duly trained personnel who locks or tagswho locks or tags machines or equipmentmachines or equipment to perform maintenanceto perform maintenance or servicingor servicing
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions AFFECTED PERSONAFFECTED PERSON A person whose jobA person whose job requires him/her torequires him/her to operate or work in anoperate or work in an area where servicing isarea where servicing is being performed underbeing performed under Lockout/Tagout.Lockout/Tagout.
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions SOURCES OF ENERGYSOURCES OF ENERGY Energy needed to operateEnergy needed to operate the machine or equipmentthe machine or equipment  ElectricalElectrical  HydraulicHydraulic  PneumaticPneumatic  MechanicalMechanical  Process PipingProcess Piping  ThermalThermal  StoredStored
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions ENERGY ISOLATING DEVICEENERGY ISOLATING DEVICE Mechanical device that prevents theMechanical device that prevents the transmission or release of energytransmission or release of energy  Electrical circuit breakerElectrical circuit breaker  Disconnect switchDisconnect switch  Line valveLine valve  Slip blindSlip blind Note: Push button, selector switches,Note: Push button, selector switches, emergency stops and other control devicesemergency stops and other control devices are NOT energy isolating devicesare NOT energy isolating devices
  • Lockout/Tagout – DefinitionsLockout/Tagout – Definitions Lockout/Tagout Devices mustLockout/Tagout Devices must be:be:  DurableDurable  StandardizedStandardized  SubstantialSubstantial  IdentifiableIdentifiable
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions 1.1. Know the EquipmentKnow the Equipment 2.2. Notify Affected PersonsNotify Affected Persons 3.3. Shutdown equipment byShutdown equipment by normal procedures (Ifnormal procedures (If possible)possible) 4.4. Isolate Equipment byIsolate Equipment by operating energy isolatingoperating energy isolating devices.devices.
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions 5.5. Apply locks to devicesApply locks to devices 6.6. Dissipate stored energyDissipate stored energy 7.7. VERIFY Lockout isVERIFY Lockout is effectiveeffective
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW The next step after locking out theThe next step after locking out the energy sources & dissipating theenergy sources & dissipating the stored energy is:stored energy is: a)a) Take a coffee breakTake a coffee break b)b) Perform servicing/maintenancePerform servicing/maintenance c)c) Verify the LockoutVerify the Lockout d)d) None of the aboveNone of the above
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW INCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEWINCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEW
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW VERY GOOD!VERY GOOD! C. IS THE CORRECTC. IS THE CORRECT ANSWER!ANSWER! Always verify ifAlways verify if lockout/tagoutlockout/tagout performed isperformed is effective.effective.
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions Verification of Lockout includes:Verification of Lockout includes:  Push controls buttons, turn knobs,Push controls buttons, turn knobs, etc.etc.  Use voltage meter for electricalUse voltage meter for electrical work (If the employee could bework (If the employee could be exposed to live circuits)exposed to live circuits)  (For circuits above 600 volts, check(For circuits above 600 volts, check meter against a known source,meter against a known source, before & after use)before & after use)
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW When performing maintenance whereWhen performing maintenance where the employee could be exposed tothe employee could be exposed to live electrical circuits, verification islive electrical circuits, verification is accomplished by turning/pushingaccomplished by turning/pushing control knobs/buttons.control knobs/buttons. TRUETRUE FALSEFALSE
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW INCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEWINCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEW
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW VERY GOOD!VERY GOOD! The answer isThe answer is FalseFalse Verification isVerification is accomplished byaccomplished by using a voltmeter.using a voltmeter. This must beThis must be performed by aperformed by a qualified person.qualified person.
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions ENERGY RESTORATIONENERGY RESTORATION 1.1. Check that tools/parts areCheck that tools/parts are removedremoved 2.2. Check for people in hazardousCheck for people in hazardous locationslocations 3.3. Replace guards & safety devicesReplace guards & safety devices 4.4. Notify all Affected employeesNotify all Affected employees
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions ENERGY RESTORATIONENERGY RESTORATION 5.5. Ensure all controls are in theEnsure all controls are in the “OFF” position“OFF” position 6.6. Remove Locks & TagsRemove Locks & Tags 7.7. Restore EnergyRestore Energy 8.8. Ensure Equipment isEnsure Equipment is operationaloperational
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW During energy restoration the authorized personDuring energy restoration the authorized person should:should: a.a. Check that tools and people are clearedCheck that tools and people are cleared b.b. Guards and safety devices have been replaced and arGuards and safety devices have been replaced and ar c.c. All controls are in the “OFF” PositionAll controls are in the “OFF” Position d.d. All of the aboveAll of the above
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW INCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEWINCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEW
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW VERY GOOD!VERY GOOD! D is the correctD is the correct answeranswer
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions IMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDERIMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDER Lockout/Tagout is the requiredLockout/Tagout is the required method of isolating machinesmethod of isolating machines from the energy sourcefrom the energy source Only Authorized EmployeesOnly Authorized Employees may lock/tag out equipment.may lock/tag out equipment.
  • DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATEDO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE ANY ENERGY ISOLATING DEVICEANY ENERGY ISOLATING DEVICE WHERE IT IS LOCKED ANDWHERE IT IS LOCKED AND TAGGED OUT.TAGGED OUT. Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions IMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDERIMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDER All equipment must be lockedAll equipment must be locked and tagged out to protectand tagged out to protect against accidental oragainst accidental or inadvertent operation whichinadvertent operation which could cause injury to personnel.could cause injury to personnel.
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions CONTRACTORSCONTRACTORS TCCEC and the contractor must inform eachTCCEC and the contractor must inform each other of their respective lockout/tagoutother of their respective lockout/tagout procedures.procedures. The two parties must coordinate theThe two parties must coordinate the implementation of the procedures.implementation of the procedures. The contractor’s employees and TCCECThe contractor’s employees and TCCEC engineering personnel must perform theengineering personnel must perform the lockout/tagout and verificationlockout/tagout and verification
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions SHIFT CHANGESHIFT CHANGE There must be a procedure or methodThere must be a procedure or method to ensure the continuity of theto ensure the continuity of the Lockout during shift or personnelLockout during shift or personnel changes.changes.
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW When an outside contractor’s work requires aWhen an outside contractor’s work requires a lockout/tagout:lockout/tagout: a.a. TCCEC and the contractor must inform eachTCCEC and the contractor must inform each other of their Lockout/Tagout proceduresother of their Lockout/Tagout procedures b.b. The two parties must coordinate theThe two parties must coordinate the implementation of the procedures.implementation of the procedures. c.c. Both a and bBoth a and b d.d. None of the aboveNone of the above
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW INCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEWINCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEW
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW VERY GOOD!VERY GOOD! C is the correctC is the correct answeranswer
  • Lockout/Tagout – InstructionsLockout/Tagout – Instructions ABANDONED LOCKABANDONED LOCK In general, only the person who applied theIn general, only the person who applied the lock should remove it.lock should remove it. The PAP Manager may have the lockThe PAP Manager may have the lock removed by another authorized person,removed by another authorized person, under the following conditions:under the following conditions:  All reasonable attempts have beenAll reasonable attempts have been made to contact the person whomade to contact the person who abandoned the lockabandoned the lock  It has been determined that theIt has been determined that the equipment is safe to operateequipment is safe to operate
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW Who should normally remove the lock of anWho should normally remove the lock of an authorized employee?authorized employee? a.a. The Plant Asset Protection ManagerThe Plant Asset Protection Manager b.b. The authorized employee performingThe authorized employee performing lockoutlockout c.c. Another Authorized employeeAnother Authorized employee d.d. All of the aboveAll of the above
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW INCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEWINCORRECT ANSWER, LET’S REVIEW
  • Lockout/Tagout – REVIEWLockout/Tagout – REVIEW VERY GOOD!VERY GOOD! B is the correctB is the correct answeranswer Under normalUnder normal conditions, only theconditions, only the person who appliedperson who applied the lock shouldthe lock should remove it.remove it.
  • Lockout/TagoutLockout/Tagout LOCK ITLOCK IT TAG ITTAG IT VERIFY ITVERIFY IT
  • Lockout/TagoutLockout/Tagout QUESTIONS?QUESTIONS? COMMENTS?COMMENTS? SUGGESTIONS?SUGGESTIONS? VIOLENT REACTIONS?VIOLENT REACTIONS?
  • Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility!Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility! Safety Safety