A equipment operator returning a forklift to a parking area attempted to hook up the engine warmer cord from a "hot line" and realized that the cord's plug had been cut away and the unit had apparently been driven away with the engine warmer still plugged in. The breaker feeding the hot line was found in the tripped position. The breaker was opened, a Level l Lockout/Tagout was applied to the feeder breaker and zero energy confirmed. Workers then moved the Lock and Tag from the breaker to a clamshell device that was placed on the end of the damaged wire in order to prevent personnel exposure to the wires. An Out of Service tag was not placed on the breaker. The use of the Level I Lockout/Tagout as a configuration control on the end of the wire, when servicing and maintenance was not being performed, was not in compliance with company procedure.
You are accessing a U.S. Government information system.
Unauthorized or improper use or access of this system may result in disciplinary action, as well as civil and criminal penalties.
By using this information system, you understand and consent to the following:
You have no reasonable expectation of privacy when you use this information system; this includes any communications or data transiting,
stored on or traveling to or from this information system. At any time, and for any lawful government purpose, the government may monitor,
intercept, search and seize any communication or data transiting, stored on or traveling to or from this information system.
The government may disclose or use any communications or data transiting, stored on or traveling to or from this information system for any lawful government purpose.
Classified or Official Use Only information is not allowed on this website.
Need help? Contact the System Administrator 509-376-4821 or
email@example.com. Their hours of operation are 6 AM to 4 PM PT Monday through Thursday.