- Durable – must be able to withstand exposure to weather conditions or wet and damp environments in the industrial workplace.
- Standardized – locks must be standardized according to color, shape, or size.
- Substantial – the lock must not simply be subverted or removed while in use to prevent access by non-authorized personnel.
- Identifiable – must be able to identify the employee who applied them.
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