Lockout is the required method of isolating machinery or equipment from energy sources. As stated in OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.147, employers are required to implement lockout/tagout procedures as a means of protecting employees from the unexpected start up of machinery or equipment while it is being repaired or serviced. Still, Lockout/Tagout remains one of the top cited regulations by OSHA every year. Although the lockout/tagout process can seem complex, it can be easy to achieve lockout success when the right steps are taken. Our infographic, “Lockout/Tagout Procedure: The Right Way” depicts the basic steps found all lockout/tagout policies.