Writing procedures/profiles requires time from your employees, as well as machine-specific and regulatory knowledge and experience. Brady Client Services provides sustainable solutions for lockout/tagout, confined spaces and more.
Our Field Engineers author over 26,000 procedures annually, helping our clients not only remain compliant, but also keep their employees safe. But it doesn't stop there. Our Field Engineers:
- Evaluate facility and machine specific needs while on-site
- Author best practice, visual procedures/profiles that are laminated (14mm) and installed in the field
- Install corresponding energy source tags (isolation points)
- Train key client stakeholders on the procedure system and regulatory requirements (based on client’s needs)
Paired with our LINK360® software Brady’s procedure creation and management tool, our clients are able to successfully sustain their procedures in-house.
Beyond initial lockout procedure creation, OSHA 1910.147(c)(6)(i) requires that companies audit their lockout procedures annually. This ensures that procedures are accurate and safely navigate an authorized employee through denergization of machinery and equipment in order to perfrom maintenance. Let our team save you time and resources and perform your Annual Lockout Procedure Audit to help you ensure your procedures are error-free and ready for employee use.
You cannot effectively create your OSHA required lockout procedures without knowing what equipment and machinery is in your facilities. Save both time and resources and let us help you jumpstart the process by creating a standardized lockout equipment list. This lockout equipment list can be easily imported in to our LINK360® software to help you create your visual lockout procedures and set up your sites.
Although it is not OSHA mandated to annually audit confined space procedures, OSHA does require companies to keep their confined space program and proecdures up to date. To achieve this, companies have adopted annual confined space procedure audits - similar to the requirements for lockout procedures. Brady's Annual Confined Space Procedure audit will help you ensure your procedures are up to date and that your employees are safely entering your confined spaces.
Confined spaces can not be accurately regulated within your safety program if they are not properly identified and classified. This includes determining where your confined spaces are and if they are permit or non-permit required confined spaces. Let our safety team collaborate with your internal team to help you identify and classify your on-site confined spaces.