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You come across a stress wrapper that is locked out. You see two employees working on it with their hands point of operations.. What should or should not be done?

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Lee Burk - Manager, Training & Standards
Pilz Automation Safety L.P.
l [dot] burk [at] pilzusa.com
(734) 354-0272

You have indicated the wrapper has been locked out. Authorized employees may work on the wrapper if the lockout procedure and devices are sufficient. What should not be done is to interfere in any way, including entering the area, attempting to start the machine or removing lockout devices or tags. Only authorized employees may perform work on the system.

Miranda Woods - Marketing Event Coordinator
TUV Rheinland
mwoods [at] us [dot] tuv.com
(847) 208-4328

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