How do you know a lockout hasp is OSHA compliant?

OSHA compliance does not only mean a “heavy duty hasp”, but it should also be standardized, substantial, identifiable, and precision-engineered exclusively for safety. Plus, a good lockout hasp would be pointless if applied incorrectly. Therefore, the foundation of being compliant to OSHA lockout tagout standards is proper LOTO training.

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