Management of Hazardous Energy

Management of Hazardous Energy

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Hazardous energy present in systems, machines, and equipment has injured, maimed, and killed many workers. One serious injury can stop the growth of your business in its tracks. Management of Hazardous Energy: Deactivation, De-Energization, Isolation, and Lockout provides the practical tools needed to assess hazardous energy in equipment, machines, and systems, and covers how to manage hazardous energy through elimination or control in order to ensure worker safety and regulatory compliance. Written in plain English with a minimum of jargon, this book provides safety professionals with the knowledge they need to interact with specialists, designers, and engineers to ensure that appropriate and necessary protocols and safety practices and tools are put into place for assessing the dangers and steps taken to eliminate or control exposure to hazardous energy when needed. Approaching the subject from the bottom up, the author starts at the workplace level, to ensure that the right actions happen for the right reasons. The book explains a protocol for describing the flow of energy, including transformation and/or storage; for capturing the logic of decisions about control, including failure analysis and contingency planning; and ultimately for creating procedures that are technically sound and defensible. Creating simple procedures for ensuring worker safety and regulatory compliance, the book offers US and international strategies for hazardous energy management and contains examples to illustrate the application of concepts to specific areas.A limit switch contactor connected to energize the coil of a relay is held closed ( operated) at the start of a cycle. ... A small amount of work expended on the actuator in the low power (energy) produces a large change expressed through action in the high-power ... Hybrid control circuits are becoming increasingly common, as electronic circuits are integrated into controls of fluid and mechanical systems.


Title:Management of Hazardous Energy
Author: Thomas Neil McManus
Publisher:CRC Press - 2012-08-08
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