Date: Oct 06, 2016
Lawrence Halprin Quoted in Occupational Safety and Health Daily Article "OSHA Changes to Lockout/Tagout Role Overreach or Overdue?," a publication of BNA on October 6, 2016. Cited for his expertise in the field, Larry indicated that OSHA's proposal would revise the lockout/tagout standard to make it more difficult for employers to demonstrate that automated controls are effective and eliminate the need for lockout/tagout because there is no potential for unexpected energization. For more of Larry's analysis of lockout/tagout, see his recent OSHA 30/30 presentation here.
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