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Lockout/Tagout Unsafe Acts, Part 3

Treat the lockout/tagout procedures for any given job as unique.

Sure, you’ve done it a thousand times. You’ve got the whole lockout/tagout thing down, so why bother reading the procedure or the work order notes? Rather than waste time going through all that, you can just get the job done and move on to the next one. Right?

This is a classic example of the “been there, done that” attitude or maybe the “if you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all” mentality.

For example, you’ve worked on

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