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Electrical Aluminum Alloy Circuit Breaker Lockout Tagout Device

Electrical Aluminum Alloy Circuit Breaker Lockout Tagout Device

    • Electrical Aluminum Alloy Circuit Breaker Lockout Tagout Device
    • Electrical Aluminum Alloy Circuit Breaker Lockout Tagout Device
  • Electrical Aluminum Alloy Circuit Breaker Lockout Tagout Device

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: China
    Brand Name: Lockey
    Certification: CE, ISO9001, OHSAS18001, CE
    Model Number: CBL51

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 200
    Price: negotiable
    Packaging Details: 1pc/box, 10pcs/middle box, 200pcs/ctn
    Delivery Time: 1-7 days
    Payment Terms: Western Union, L/C, T/T, credit card, paypal
    Supply Ability: 100000 pcs monthly
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    Detailed Product Description
    Material: Aluminum Alloy Suitable For: Max Clamping 9mm
    Feature: Durable, Light Weight Product Name: Miniature Circuit Breaker Lockout
    Usage: Easily Installed, No Tools Needed Applied For: Most Existing Types Of European And Asian Circuit Breakers
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    Circuit Breaker Lock Out Device


    Circuit Breaker Tagout Device

    Electrical Safety Aluminum Alloy Miniature Circuit Breaker Lockout Tagout Device

    Part No.: CBL51

    Miniature Circuit Breaker Lockout

    • Made from Aluminum Alloy .
    • Fit most existing types of European and Asia circuit breaker.
    • Fits on breaker toggles and can be tightened with a screw driver.
    • Can take a padlock with shackle diameter up to 8.5mm.
    • Available for single and multi-pole breakers
    Part No. Description
    CBL51 Max clamping 9mm

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    Why Not Take Lockout Tagout Seriously


    Despite preventing an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year, lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures account for one of the most-cited OSHA violations each year. In 2019, the LOTO Standard 29 CFR 1910.147 “Control of Hazardous Energy” placed fourth in OSHA’s Top 10 list of most-cited violations with 2,975 total violations; higher than the previous year. This standard outlines minimum performance requirements for the control of hazardous energy during servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment.


    Employers cited under this standard failed to establish an energy control procedure either partially or altogether, while others were cited for failing to provide adequate employee training, failing to conduct periodic evaluations of procedures, and failing to use LOTO devices or equipment. Violations were common among plastics manufacturers, machine shops and sawmills. Penalties for 2019 citations can cost as much as $13,260 per violation, and failure to act can lead to additional fines up to $13,260 per violation per day past the deadline to fix the issue.


    At the National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo, Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, reported, “These are common violations that we’re finding—they’ve been in place for a lot of years. The answers are out there, and employers shouldn’t feel like these are very complex issues. If you don’t know the answers, we encourage you to contact OSHA.”


    Since 2014, OSHA has issued employers more than 10,000 LOTO citations. In addition to the penalties paid for safety violations, preventable workplace incidents involving the release of stored energy cost companies millions in lost productivity, medical expenses and insurance costs. With the available resources today, these completely preventable accidents and their associated costs should be on the downturn as opposed to 2019 seeing an increase in violations over the previous years. Employers are consistently failing upwards to comply with minimum performance requirements and it’s becoming more apparent that we’re far past the time for them to adopt safety-by-design solutions.


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