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What is Required from T8CCR 3314?
What is Lockout?
What Activities are Included in Lockout/Tagout?
Which Employees are at Risk of Injury?
What are normal Production Operations?
What is a Prime Mover?
Note - for a definition of a Qualified Person see Other Definitions
Best Practices - Other Definitions in addition to those in T8CCR 3314
Cord and Plug Connected Equipment: Equipment where the only energy source is electrical power provided by a plug in connection.
Energized: Connected to an energy source or containing residual or stored energy.
Energy Isolating Device: A mechanical device that physically prevents the transmission or release of energy. This includes: Valves, Breakers, Switches; Blank Flanges for piping systems; Restraining Devices to prevent movement of parts; etc.
Hydraulic Energy: The energy derived from the motion and pressure of a liquid, such as water or oil.
Mechanical Energy: The energy of moving parts of a machine.
Pneumatic Energy: The energy derived from the motion and pressure of a gas, such as air.
Potential Energy: The stored energy that can be drawn upon to do work (e.g., suspended loads and compressed springs).
Qualified Person, Attendant or Operator (as per T8CCR 3207): A person designated by the employer who by reason of his training and experience has demonstrated his ability to safely perform his duties and, where required, is properly licensed in accordance with federal, state or local laws and regulations.