Hazardous Energy: Specific Energy Control Procedures for Machine or Equipment

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Effective hazardous energy control procedures protect employees during machine and equipment servicing and maintenance where the unexpected energization, start up or release of stored energy could occur and cause injury, as well as while working on or near exposed deenergized electrical conductors and parts of electrical equipment.

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Hazards being guard against include being caught in, being crushed by, being struck by, being thrown from, or contacting live electrical circuits/parts. Use the Hazardous Energy: Specific Energy Control Procedures for Machine or Equipment mobile app to familiarize yourself with the sources of hazardous energy for the machine or equipment that will be serviced. Notify affected employees that the machine is about to be shut down and locked out.

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