Safety Padlock Lockout Tagout Station – Fits 10 Padlocks – Padlocks Not Included

  • 1 lockout tagout lock station
  • Dimensions: 10-5/8" x 3-1/8" x 1-5/8"
  • Accommodates up to 10 lockout padlocks
  • Durable carbon steel material
  • Lockout tagout locks not included

More Details

Prevent the loss of lockout tagout padlocks and keep the workplace organized with TRADESAFE’s padlock station. Built with durable and heavy-duty materials, this padlock lockout station is made to last and can help improve the execution of lockout tagout procedures.

  • Keeps safety lockout locks organized and easily within reach
  • Screw Holes: 3/16”
  • Padlock Holder Holes: 4-3/8" x 3/8"
  • Steel Thickness: 1/16”
  • Can be mounted on a wall
  • Durable and highly visible
  • Helps prevent padlock loss
  • TRADESAFE is an American-owned and -operated company

Secure Storage

Lock out padlocks can be hooked onto the station and locked to make sure that only authorized employees have access. They can also be stored unlocked for easy access whenever necessary. By keeping LOTO locks stored securely in TRADESAFE’s lockout lock station, you’ll greatly reduce damage and loss.

Easy Organization

Keeping safety lockout padlocks organized can save time, help employees keep track of their personal safety padlocks, and prevent mistakes as well as unauthorized use. Mounting this padlock lockout station on a wall in a strategic spot can be beneficial to lockout tagout procedures and routine maintenance and servicing jobs.

High-Quality Materials

Purchasing reliable tools and accessories made of high-quality materials is a good practice for any business. All TRADESAFE products are made of durable and hard-wearing materials, which means that they can last longer and won’t have to be replaced any time soon.

This lockout lock station is no different. It’s made of carbon steel, a material that’s highly durable and resistant to shock. This station will remain intact, usable, and like new for a long time to come.

OSHA Compliance

Compliance with the OSHA Standard for The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) (29 CFR 1910.147) is vital to the safety of every employee on site. That’s why we make sure that all of our products help workplaces remain OSHA-compliant.

TRADESAFE products are made with the requirements for lockout tagout devices in mind. These are the requirements pursuant to OSHA Standard 1910.147:

  • Durable: Devices must be able to withstand exposure to the environment in which they will be used for as long as necessary.
  • Standardized: Devices used in a facility must be standardized according to color, shape, or size.
  • Substantial: Devices must be difficult to remove without the use of excessive force or techniques that are not typically used to remove the devices. They should also be able to prevent accidental removal.
  • Identifiable: Devices must be able to identify the employee who applied them.
  • Exclusive for Safety: Devices must not be used for any purpose other than controlling energy.

TRADESAFE: A Trusted USA-Based Partner in Lockout Tagout

  • TRADESAFE is a USA-based company well-versed in OSHA regulations
  • People-centered supplier of safety products
  • High-quality products made of heavy-duty and durable materials
  • Constant innovation and continuous adaptation to new standards

TRADESAFE is your partner in safety and we always keep the seriousness of that role in mind. That’s why all of our lockout tagout products are industrial-grade and meet regulatory standards. They are all ideal for use in the lockout of electrical and many other energy applications.

We don’t want to just be your supplier. We want to be your partner. For this reason, we approach things differently. Each and every day our team works to improve our products and the services we provide to the great people and businesses that put so much faith in us.

TRADESAFE is a USA-based company. This helps us stay up to date on the latest OSHA safety standards. We are inspired by the American worker and we are honored to help keep you safe from harm and hazards.


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