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ANSI Lockout Tags - Danger Electrocution Hazard

$24.40
Supplied in: Pack of 5 Tags
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Quick Overview

ANSI lockout tags inform workers of lockout status

Product Details

  • Communicates safety lockout tagout procedures to workers to prevent electrocution caused by sudden start up of equipment or machinery
  • 3"W x 5-3/4"H ANSI lockout tags are easy to install to any machine part with brass grommet and nylon ties
  • Able to withstand extreme changes in temperature and weather conditions with its polyethylene plastic material
  • OSHA 1910.333 and ANSI/ASSE Z244.1-2003 compliant
  • Tag reads: "Danger Electrocution Hazard. Do Not Throw Switch. Work On Circuits In Progress. Avoid Serious Injury. This Lock/Tag May Only Be Removed By: Name: ___ Date:____ Dept: ____ Expected Completion Date:____ (Back) Do Not Remove This Tag Unless You Are The Person Who Put It On. To Do So Without Authorization Will Lead To Disciplinary Action. Remarks:___ See Other Side" with graphic

Specifications

Attachment Type: Grommet
Color: Black/Red/Yellow on White
Dimensions: 5-3/4" H x 3" W
Enables Industry Compliance: ANSI/ASSE Z244.1-2003;OSHA 1910.333
Grommet Material: Brass
Header: DANGER
Height: 5-3/4"
Includes: Nylon Ties
Indoor or Outdoor Use: Indoor/Outdoor Use
Item Type: Tag
Laminated: Not Laminated
Language: English
Material: Plastic
Number of Printed Sides: 2
Perforated: Not Perforated
Resistance Properties: Weather-Resistant
Reverse Legend: DO NOT REMOVE THIS TAG UNLESS YOU ARE THE PERSON WHO PUT IT ON. TO DO SO WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION WILL LEAD TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION. REMARKS_____. SEE OTHER SIDE.
Self-Locking?: No
Serialization: No Serialization
Text Legend: ELECTROCUTION HAZARD. DO NOT THROW SWITCH. WORK ON CIRCUITS IN PROGRESS. AVOID SERIOUS INJURY. THIS LOCK/TAG MAY ONLY BE REMOVED BY: NAME: ___DATE:____DEPT: ____ EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE:____
Width: 3"
Withstands Pull Force: 75 lb
Write-On?: Yes