Keep your workers safe during maintenance or repair on equipment.
Lockout kits prevent tragic accidents from happening by alerting workers through visual communication.
Keep your workers informed and alert.
Many serious and fatal accidents occur when equipment is accidentally turned on during regular servicing or maintenance. Lockout tags are a huge component of LOTO programs because they inform workers why a piece of equipment is off.
Keep machine operators safe with Lockout/Tagout.
OSHA estimates compliance with the LOTO standard prevents 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries annually. Yet lockout/tagout violations are still among the top ten most frequently cited by OSHA. Keep your employees safe, improve productivity, and cut costs by implementing a Lockout/Tagout safety program.
Prevent accidents and protect your workers with Lockout Tagout signs.
Some of the most catastrophic and deadly accidents that occur in industrial settings take place during equipment maintenance, usually as a result of someone powering up equipment without knowing that someone is currently inside the machine. Lockout Tagout signs inform and instruct workers to use the lockout tagout system.
Simplify your lockout tagout system with lockout boxes.
Lockout boxes help manage locks and tags so that they can be used properly. These tools are an easy way to maintain and organize locks and keys.
Avoid accidents by marking locked out areas.
Using lockout inline tape reminds workers to lockout equipment before they enter, and warning others to keep the area clear.
Take your Lockout Tagout system to the next level with Abus.
For nearly a century, Abus has provided high-quality, dependable locks to the world. For high-stakes safety practices like LOTO, workers need to trust the products they’re using. With Abus, they can rest assured.
Electrical safety protects facilities from damage and saves the lives of workers.
Keep your workers safe while working around dangerous electrical hazards.
An arc flash is a dangerous electrical explosion that can reach temperatures up to 35,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Arc Flash products are specially designed to protect employees working in an area where an electric arc flash hazard exists.