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    Anybody have a copy of lockout tagout procedures for 82/70's?

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    Since it's for safety!

    Originally posted by From QuibcaAmf Customer portal
    MANUAL - 8270 Parts & Service, Mechanical Description - 610-007-028

    Lockout/Tagout Procedure For AMF

    Section 1 - Purpose
    This procedure establishes the requirements for the lockout or tagout of energy isolating devices . It shall
    be used to ensure that the machine(s) or equipment are isolated from all potentially hazardous energy, and
    locked out or tagged out before employees perform any servicing or maintenance activities where the
    unexpected energization, start-up, or release of stored energy could cause personal injury of any type.
    Examples of types of stored energy that may be encountered include : electrical energy/mechanical energy.

    Section 2 - Responsibility
    The policy of AMF is that all machines or equipment shall be disconnected from their energy source(s) and
    any stored energy shall be dissipated prior to the commencement of maintenance or service work on any of
    these machines or equipment where the unexpected energizing, start-up, or release of stored energy could
    occur and cause injury.
    "Lockout" means the placing of a locking device into the energy disconnect device so as to physically
    prevent the re-energization of the machine so long as the lockout device is present . This is the preferred
    method of insuring that no re-energization shall occur.
    "ragout" means the placing of a tag onto the energy disconnect device indicating that the equipment i s
    being worked upon and that the energy disconnect device should not be switched on . Tagout should be
    used only when the energy disconnect device does not lend itself to application of the lockout device.
    Appropriate employees shall be instructed in the safety significance of the lockout (or tagout) procedure .
    All employees shall receive training in the recognition of applicable hazardous energy sources, the type and
    magnitude of the energy available in the workplace, and the methods and means necessary for the energy
    isolation and control .

    Section 3 - Preparation for Lockout or Tagout
    Make a survey to locate and identify all isolating devices to be certain which switch or other energy
    isolating devices apply to the equipment to be locked or tagged out . More than one energy source may e
    involved.

    Section -1 - Sequence of Lockout or Tagout System Procedure
    1. Notify all "Affected" employees that a lockout or tagout system is going to be utilized and the reason
    therefore . Employees shall know the type and magnitude of energy that the machine or equipment
    utilizes and shall understand the hazards associated therewith .
    2. If the machine is operating, shut it down by the normal stopping procedure (depress stop button, open
    toggle switch, etc . )
    3. Operate the switch, so that the equipment is isolated from its energy source(s) . Stored energy (such as
    that in springs . and elevated machine members . must be dissipated or restrained by methods such as
    repositioning or blocking .
    4. Lockout and/or Tagout the energy isolating devices with individual lock(s) and tag(s) employing th
    procedures listed .
    a. Deactivate the equipment at the main identified power source .
    1. Electrical - turn off the circuit breaker or disconnect switch feeding electrical energy to th e
    device . Remove power plug .
    2. Mechanical - manually reposition the machine so as to dissipate all stored energy contained in
    springs, heavy suspended members, or other devices which may unexpectedly release thei r
    stored energy . Install blocking to prevent unexpected movement .
    b. The lockout device (where usable) is to be placed on the energy isolating device in such a manner as to
    prevent unauthorized re-energization of the system while the lockout device is present. Examples of the
    above include :
    1. Placing of the lockout device into the activating lever of an electrical disconnect or circuit breaker in the
    case of an electrical device .
    2. Placing ofthe lockout device into lockout receptacles . In the event an energy isolating device is
    encountered that does not accept a lockout device, the "tagout" method shall be employed. Said tag
    shall indicate the name ofthe person placing the tag upon the device and the date the tag is so placed
    No employee, shall remove or attempt to remove either the lockout device placed by another employee
    upon an energy isolating device nor shall they ignore or attempt to remove a "tagout" device place by
    another.
    5. After insuring that no personnel are exposed, and as a check on having disconnected the energy sources ,
    operate the push button or other normal operating controls and observe the results to make certain the
    equipment will not operate .
    CAUTION : Return operating control(s) to "neutral or "off" position after the test.
    6. The equipment is now Iocked out or tagged out.

    Section 5 - Restoring Machines or Equipment to Normal Production Operation s
    1. After the servicing and/or maintenance is complete and equipment is ready for normal production
    operations, check the area around the machines or devices .
    2. After all tools have been removed from the machine. or equipment, guards have been reinstalled and
    employees are in the clear, remove all lockout/tagout devices, and operate the energy isolating device to
    restore energy to the machine or equipment.

    Section 6 - Procedures Involving More Than One Person
    In shall the preceding steps, if more than one individual is required to lockout or ragout equipment, each
    place their own personal lockout device or tagout device on the energy isolating device(s) . Each employee
    involved in the repair operation shall place his own lock into the lockout device. In cases wherein "lockout"
    is not an alternative, "tagout" shall be employed to render the device safe from operation . Each employee
    shall place his own "tag" on the energy isolating device. When multiple "tags", placed by different
    employees, are affixed to an energy isolating device, it is prohibited for anyone employee to remove the tag
    placed by another employee .

    Section 7- Basic Rules for Using Lockout or Tag out Systems Procedures
    All equipment shall be locked out or tagged out to protect against accidental or inadvertent operation when
    such operation could cause injury to personnel . Do not attempt to operate any switch, or other energy
    isolating device where it is locked or tagged out .

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