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,

Hazardous Energy and Fatal Accidents. Occurrence of Hazardous Energy. Biological Effects of Hazardous Energy. Human Factors and Hazardous Energy. Hazardous Energy and Operating Systems. Integration and Control in Systems. Management of Hazardous Energy in Systems. Technical Aspects and Issues. Management and Administrative Issues. Appendix A: Consensus Standards and Regulations. Appendix B: Standards Issues. Appendix C: Expression of Control. Appendix D: The Qualified Person. Appendix E: Model Hazardous Energy Control Program. Appendix F: Electrical Systems. Appendix G: Mechanical Systems. Appendix H: Fluid Power, Vacuum and Water Jetting Systems. Appendix I: Fluid-Handling Systems. Appendix J: Flowable Solid Materials.