Seton's Lock-boxes are durable and are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!

Keep important keys and lockout equipment secure and accounted for with the use of any of our high-quality lock-boxes. Choose from a wide variety of lock box storage units that can be locked with as little as 2 padlocks to as many as 27 padlocks. Combination lock box units that incorporate all of your lock-out/tag-out needs in one handy package are also available. Make your selection from designs that include wall-mounted lock boxes, portable lock boxes and dual-purpose boxes that can either be mounted to walls or carried around anywhere for your convenience. Most of our top-quality units are in stock and ready to ship today.

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  • Wall Mount Combo Storage Cabinet/Group Lock Box

    Starting at $460.50


    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • 27 Hole Lock Box



    Easy Reorder Eligible

  • Portable 26 Hole Lock Box



    Easy Reorder Eligible

Use the best lock-boxes Seton has to offer for your lockout-tagout needs

Keeping people safe from energizing machinery while these are being repaired or serviced can be easily done with the help of a variety of safety tools from Seton. Our selection of lock-boxes, lockout-tagout equipment and lockout-tagout signs can help you minimize, if not totally eliminate, the risks that come with such maintenance work.

Lock-boxes can also double as secure storage boxes for important keys

Not only are our lock-boxes ideal for your lockout-tagout needs, but they are also great for use when you need to make sure certain keys cannot be accessed without the approval or knowledge of everyone concerned. These lock-boxes come in a variety of shapes, sizes and styles that include wall-mounted and portable lock box designs. Want to maximize security measures for lockout-tagout procedures? Choose group lock boxes that come with a 27-padlock capacity for maximum security.

If your lock boxes need to be stationed near machinery and equipment that may cause electric shocks, you might want to consider using a non-conductive lock box. These have plastic parts and hooks that help prevent the occurrence of sparks that can subsequently lead to possible electrical mishaps.