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Energy Source ID Lockout Tags

LOTO tags to ensure efficient and safe lockout/tagout procedures

Secure energy sources during lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures to minimize accident and injury risks. Energy Source ID Lockout Tags can help in identifying energy control points and inform employees of potential safety threats.

To help you with compliance and security, Seton offers a vast selection of LOTO tags suitable for various tagging and marking needs. Take your pick from color-coded and stock-worded tags to meet specific posting requirements. These lockout tags are made from durable and high-quality materials that can withstand tough industrial environments.

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  1. Tag & Lock To Be Removed Only - Hazard ID Padlock Tags

    Padlock tags draw immediate attention to lockout situations
    $3.90

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  2. Energy Source ID Tags - Water

    Ideal for identifying energy sources of equipment and machinery
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  3. Energy Source ID Tags - Electric

    Educate workers of equipment's energy source during a lockout
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  4. Energy Source ID Tags - Hydraulic

    Durable ID tags resist most elements that cause fading
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  5. Energy Source ID Tags - Gas

    OSHA-compliant ID tags boost workplace safety
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  6. Energy Source ID Tags - Mechanical

    Corrosion-resistant ID tags ideal for industrial locations
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  7. Energy Source ID Tags - Pneumatic

    Reusable ID tags for labeling energy sources
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  8. Energy Source ID Tags - Steam

    ID tags with anti-corrosive properties
    $40.30

    Pack of 10 Tags

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  9. CP-1 Control Panel - Energy Source ID Tags

    Name energy sources properly with ID tags
    $40.39

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  10. Control Panel - Energy Source Tags

    Control panel energy source tags easily identify energy control panels
    Starting at $49.99

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  11. Steam - Energy Source Tags

    Steam energy source tags communicate to workers steam energy sources
    Starting at $49.99

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  12. Electrical - Energy Source Tags

    Electrical energy source tags are ideal for identifying electrical energy sources
    Starting at $49.99

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  13. Pneumatic - Energy Source Tags

    Pneumatic energy source tags for marking pneumatic energy sources
    Starting at $49.99

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  14. Gas - Energy Source Tags

    Gas energy source tags mark gas-type energy sources in your facility
    Starting at $49.99

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  15. Valve - Energy Source Tags

    Valve energy source tags identify locked-out valves in facilities
    Starting at $49.99

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  16. Water - Energy Source Tags

    Water energy source tags are ideal for color-coding and labeling water energy sources
    Starting at $49.99

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  17. Do Not Operate - Bilingual EZ Photo Lockout Tags

    Bilingual tags alert both English and Spanish speaking employees not to operate labeled equipment
    $184.99

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  18. Energy Source Locked Out - EZ Photo Lockout Tags

    Prevent unauthorized machine access during lockout process with LOTO tags
    $184.99

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Energy sources left unchecked can pose serious threats to workers. According to OSHA, electricians, machine operators, and laborers who are regularly exposed to energy sources are part of the 3 million workers that are constantly facing injury risks.

To minimize workplace hazards and risks, an efficient and safe lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedure should be in place. Stay OSHA compliant and accident free with these reminders:
- LOTO process should be handled by skilled and trained employees.
- Employees working near energy sources are instructed of proper machine use and prohibition against reenergizing locked out machines.
- Lockout tags should be in place to prevent workers from accidentally powering up a machine that is tagged out.

Aside from these, make sure that refresher and retraining courses are provided to all employees to maintain efficiency and proficiency in the entire LOTO procedure.