Lockout/Tagout Unsafe Acts, Part 9 Dennis Cox/iStock/Thinkstock

Lockout/Tagout Unsafe Acts, Part 9

If you’re careful and there’s a good reason to make an exception to the lockout/tagout procedures, can you make the occasional exception?

You know the lockout/tagout program, but you also know what you’re doing, and you know a “one-size-fits-all” solution does not fit all situations. If you’re careful and there’s a good reason to make an exception to the procedures, you can make the occasional exception. Right?

Actually, it’s not an exception but a violation. Violations, however seemingly justified, degrade the integrity of the program. Where do you draw the line, and how can you en

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