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Aviation Lockout/Tagout – SS4000AE
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LOTO procedures must be used during servicing and or maintenance whenever there is any potential energy when working on:
Ground support equipment
All of the Above
Affected and Authorized associates can attempt to install or remove locking devices.
What is an example of the correct way to notify all authorized and affected associates when a system will be locked or tagged out for service or maintenance?
After the maintenance is done
Have someone else notify associates
B and C
When physical padlocks are utilized to lockout a system, for example, a facility power panel, the individual shall retain the key in their possession until it is safe to return to normal operation.
It is okay in certain situations to remove someone else’s Lockout/Tagout tag.
All Power sources and energy-isolating controllers must be tagged and/or locked out with the authorized associates with specific information that includes:
Date and Time
Reason for Lockout/Tagout
All of the Above
An affected associate is anyone who either operates or works near the equipment being serviced or maintained.
Lockout / Tagout procedures are designed first to identify all sources of potential energy and second to render sources inoperative.
An authorized associate is anyone who is authorized to shut down and Lockout/Tagout equipment in order to perform service or maintenance.
If servicing lasts more than one shift, lockout/tagout protection must not be interrupted.