Lockout Tags

Since many serious and fatal accidents occur when equipment is accidentally turned on during regular servicing or maintenance, Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) programs are a vital tool for employers to implement for the purpose of keeping maintenance workers safe. Lockout tags are a huge component of LOTO programs because they inform workers why a piece of equipment is off. Lockout tags saves lives, so it’s important to provide them at your facility.

Lockout tags come in a variety of options and packages. If your machines have lockboxes, then a complete Lockout system kit is right for you. These kits come with clamp-on breaker lockouts, lockout hasps, lockout cleats, lockout tags, and more.

  • Yellow Lockout Hasps (1" Diameter Jaws)

    Yellow Lockout Hasps (1" Diameter Jaws) Yellow lockout hasps are constructed of epoxy-coated 12-gauge steel, providing superior resistance to rust and added dielectric strength. The yellow plastic coating is added to the lock area for high visibility... More details

  • Brady's Popular Breaker Lockout Pouch

    Brady's Popular Breaker Lockout Pouch This Brady Lockout Pouch contains one of each of the most popular circuit breaker lockouts. These lockouts cover each of the 120v/277v and 480/600v breakers in single and multi-pole configurations. Components: 1 -... More details

  • Prinzing Bilingual Safety Lockout Center

    Prinzing Bilingual Safety Lockout Center This is an English/Spanish safety lockout center. The lockout center is made of tough acrylic plastic and provides ready access to tags, locks, lockout devices, and information in English AND Spanish. The station... More details

  • Lockout Toolbox Industrial Safety Supplies

    Lockout Toolbox - Gray Our gray, lockout toolbox is great for organizing lockout/tagout tags, hasps, and locks. The durable toolbox has a removable organizer tray and is lockable to keep items secure. Features: Product dimensions:5 1/4"H x 14"W x 6... More details

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