What's special about this personal protection kit?
- Lockout/ Tagout Kits are essential when working with energized circuits to ensure that you are safe from arc flash or other electrical hazards
- Nine piece set fits neatly in the tool box for easy carrying, organization and storage
- Keeps you in compliance with OSHA's standards and regulations
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Why put your safety in the hands of anyone but yours? Carry this personal sized lockout/ tagout kit with you to all jobs where you may be working on live circuits so that regardless of the jobsite conditions, you are prepared to be safe.
|BC-104794||Brady Personal Basic Lockout Kit||8.5 lbs|
|BC-65674||Brady Small 110V Plug Lockout||0.001 lb|
|BC-65375||Brady 1" Lockout Hasps||2.6 lbs|
|BC-65396||Brady 120/277V Clamp-On Breaker Lockout||0.245 lb|
|BC-66321||Brady Universal Multi-Pole Breaker Lockout||0.065 lb|
|BC-65560||Brady 1"-2 1/2" Gate Valve Lockout||0.001 lb|
|BC-65520||Brady Heavy Duty Lockout Tags w/ Nylon Cable Ties||0.59 lb|
|BC-105905||Brady Small Lockout Toolbox||1 lb|
- Tool box is made of durable polypropylene with nickel-plated steel clasps and has two convenient storage pockets built into lid for strength and easy access
- 1-year manufacturer's warranty
Kit components include:
- 1 - 1/2"- 2 1/2" Small Ball Valve Lockout
- 1 - 1"- 2 1/2" Gate Valve Lockout
- 1 - 120/277V Clamp-On Breaker Lockout w/ Cleat
- 1 - Universal Multipole Breaker Lockout
- 1 - Small 110V Plug Lockout
- 2 - 1" Lockout Hasps
- 2 - Heavy Duty Lockout Tags w/ Nylon Cable Ties
- 1 - Small Lockout Toolbox
|Toolbox Material||Rugged polyprolylene with nickel-plated steel clasps|
|Kit Weight||8.5 lbs|
Lock Boxes - A Great Idea for Group Lockout
When you have a large number of lockouts necessary due to a large population of workers and equipment being serviced, lock boxes can offer a number of advantages over hasps.
- Lock boxes require fewer locks
- Less weight on delicate energy isolating devices like circuit breakers
- Easier to monitor the status of lockout activity
How to use a lock box:
Supervisor uses a single job lock on each energy control point to lock out equipment keys for job locks are put in a lock box each worker applies his own lock to the lock box. As long as any one worker's lock remains on the lock box, the keys to the job locks cannot be accessed, and the energy isolating devices cannot be operated. Each employee retains exclusive control, as required by OSHA.
Group Lock Boxes Save You Money:
If there are 5 workers who need to lock out 10 energy control points and you are using hasps, 50 locks are required (all 5 workers must apply individual locks to each control point). Using a lock box, only 15 locks are required (10 job locks applied to the control points and 5 employee locks applied to the lock box). That's a 70% reduction in locks needed.
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