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Lockout/Tagout Unsafe Conditions

Safety problems aren't always obvious or directly related to what you're working on

You can follow your lockout/tagout procedures 100% but still have related dangers if you aren't actively looking for unsafe conditions. Any procedure that attempts to list such conditions would miss the vast majority of possibilities, even after reaching the point of being too bloated to be useful. Therefore, you must look at the environment you're working in, the equipment you're working on, the documentation you're working with, and anything else you might encounter before, during, and

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