Lockout Tagout & Permit To Work

Designing a Lockout Tagout or a Permit to Work system
There is a legal requirement under the Health, Safety & Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 that where possible, maintenance work is carried out when equipment is shut down, all work equipment is fitted with clearly identifiable isolators and that equipment can be reconnected in a way that poses no risk.

Hazardous energy sources would include electricity, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical and kinetic. A Permit to Work, or a Lockout Tagout system ensures that any work being carried out is being done in a controlled way which has minimised any potential hazards to their lowest possible level, and identified any control measures that are required to manage the risks that remain, such as stopping a person from reactivating a machine by placing a lock on it until work has been completed.

You, as employer, have the ultimate responsibility for Health and Safety in your workplace but you may feel you don’t have the expertise or the time to produce the necessary documentation. EazySAFE [incorporating Phoenix Safety] will produce all the necessary documentation to the standards required by the Health and Safety Inspectorate.

Our consultants have a wide range of experience across all types of employment from Industry, Manufacturing, Commercial, Retail, Local Authority, Government Departments, and Educational and Financial Institutions.

EazySAFE [incorporating Phoenix Safety] will lessen the administrative and financial load on employers with regard to designing and implementing a Lockout Tagout or a Permit to Work system. We can also train your staff on how to correctly use the system, or complete the permits.

Remember:
“Good workplace health and safety management not only protects your staff and contractors and others, but also contributes to business success”

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