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Interpretations Acceptability of modifying a standard on/off switch to provide lockout capability to a machine.[1910.147; 1910.147(c)(3); 1910.147(c)(2)(iii); 1910.303(a); 1910.399; 1910.303] 05/13/2003National
Interpretations Adoption of ANSI Z244.1 (2016); clarification of alternative methods and advanced control systems options 09/06/2017National
Interpretations Applicability of OSHA's LOTO standards; isolation and verification procedures.[1910.147; 1910.333(b); 1910.399] 11/16/2000National
Interpretations Application of Control of Hazardous Energy (LOTO) requirements to compressed gas cylinders. [1910.147; 1910.147(b); 1910.147(c)(7); 1910.147(c)(7)(iii)(A); 1910.147(c)(7)(iii)(B); 1910.147(f)(2)(i)] 04/23/2007National
Interpretations Application of the Lockout/Tagout standard to die-setting activities and other machine setup operations. 12/28/2006National
Interpretations Authorized employees must have the opportunity to verify energy isolation in group lockout/tagout 01/29/2002National
Interpretations Clarification of "authorized" and "affected" employees and proper energy control procedures 02/10/2004National
Interpretations Clarification on entitlement of a copy of energy control program documentation at meat packing plant. 02/27/1997National
Interpretations Color is not the only prescribed factor for the standardization of LOTO devices.[1910.147; 1910.147(c)(5)(ii)(B)] 08/30/2002National
Interpretations Consultants performing lockout/tagout periodic inspections.[1910.147] 10/29/1996National
Guidance Documents Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)  National
Guidance Documents Control of Hazardous Energy Sources (Lockout/Tagout) Preamble 09/20/1990National
Directives CPL 02-00-147 - The Control of Hazardous Energy --Enforcement Policy and Inspection Procedures 02/11/2008National
Interpretations Evaluation of the ElectroGuard disconnect system for use as an energy isolating device. 02/26/2007National
Interpretations Food Inspectors lockout/tagout procedures.[1910.147] 10/02/1996National
Interpretations Group tagging requirements requarding 1910.269(d). 10/14/1999National
Interpretations Interlock requirements for access door(s) of trash compactor. [1910.147; 1910.147(a)(2)(ii); 1910.212] 01/18/2006National
Interpretations Lock out/Tag out (LOTO) requirements for die-setting operations in hydraulic power presses.[1910.212(a)(3)(ii); 1910.217; 1910.217(d)(9)(iv); 1910.147; 1910.147(a)(2)(ii); 1910.147(b); 1910.147(d); 1910.147(f)(1)] 04/22/2005National
Interpretations Lockout/Tagout and the provisions for testing or positioning of machines while they are energized. [1910.217; 1910.147; 1910.147(a)(2)(ii); 1910.147(b); 1910.147(f)(1)] 05/04/2007National
Guidance Documents Lockout/Tagout Fact Sheet  National
Guidance Documents Lockout/Tagout Fact Sheet (PDF)  National
Interpretations Lockout/tagout requirements for servicing manually-controlled vertical/horizontal milling machine and drill press tool changes.[1910 Subpart O; 1910 Subpart S; 1910.147; 1910.147(a)(2)(ii); 1910.147(a)(2)(iii)(A); 1910.212; 1910.212(a)(3 08/24/2005National
Interpretations Lockout/tagout: preferred means of energy isolation; non cord - and - plug powered equipment.[1910.147(a)(2)(iii)(A); 1910.147(c)(3); 1910.269(m); 1910.333(b)] 03/22/2000National
Interpretations LOTO of hydraulic systems; postal workers' exposure to hazardous material spills [1910.147; 1910 Subpart S; 1910.120(q); 1910.1030; 1910.1200] 11/10/1999National
Guidance Documents OSHA eTool - Lockout/Tagout  National
Guidance Documents OSHA Expert Advisor - Lockout/Tagout  National
Interpretations OSHA's lockout/tagout standard is not applicable to maritime employment.(1910.147) 02/09/1994National
Interpretations PRCS and LOTO requirements for accumulation of stored energy in steam pits [1910.146; 1910.147; 1910.147(d)(5)(ii)] 04/18/2007National
Guidance Documents Preparation for Lockout/Tagout of Machinery and Equipment with Multiple Energy Sources  National
Interpretations Printing Industry: Lock Out/Tag Out and the essential elements of the inch-safe-service technique.[1910.147; 1910.147(f)(1); 1910.147(a)(2)(ii); 1910.147(a)(3)(ii)] 04/07/2004National
Interpretations Recognition of ANSI/ASSE Z244.1-2003 "Control of Hazardous Energy -- Lockout/Tagout and Alternative Methods" consensus standard.[1910.147] 11/10/2004National
Interpretations Removal of lockout devices by persons other than those who applied them. 02/28/2000National
Interpretations Tagout devices must be nonreusable and self-locking. 01/03/2002National
Interpretations The Lockout/Tagout Standard.(1910.147) 08/28/1995National
Interpretations Training programs for the Control of Hazardous Energy (LOTO) and for the Hazard Communication standard are not satisfied solely by merely providing employees written documentation [1910.147; 1910.147(c)(7)(i); 1910.1200; 1910.1200(h)] 10/24/2005National
Interpretations Use of a PLC system as an alternative measure which provides effective protection for minor servicing activities. 01/25/2008National
Interpretations Use of additional lock on a conveyor and baler system exceeds one lockout device. [1910.147; 1910.147(c)(4)(i)] 05/09/2006National
Interpretations Use of LOTO device on equipment placed in "out of service" status not related to servicing or maintenance. 10/11/2006National
Interpretations Use of Monitored Power Systems for lockout/tagout. 12/16/1999National
Interpretations Use of tagout device attachments not meeting 50 - pound unlocking strength requirements. 01/14/2000National
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