|FATAL 6 - Guide to Avoiding Contact with Moving Machinery and Isolation||MPA has launched a 171 page, A5 Guide has been prepared by the MPA and a specialist working group of members to assist supervisors and managers on site and supports other industry technical guidance. The narrative and practical examples have been taken from the significant amount of materials that were received from MPA members, both large and small, after a request to share best practice on this subject. The publication complements the pocket size;Guide to Energy Isolation and LOTOTO; and accompanying posters and stickers that were widely distributed to members earlier this year.||MPA||25/07/2019
|FATAL 6 - Guide to Avoiding Contact with Moving Machinery and Isolation|
This 171 page, A5 Guide has been prepared by the MPA and a specialist working group of members to assist supervisors and managers on site and supports other industry technical guidance.
|Fatal 6 - Site energy isolation self audit - QNJAC - July 2019|
The purpose of this document is to provide a structured framework to enable organisations to carry out self-audits of isolation procedures to prove their effectiveness as well as identifying weaknesses in the system that could lead to serious injury or loss of life. It is can be used and adapted by any organisation operating machinery that needs to be isolated from sources of power, typically for maintenance purposes.
|FATAL 6 - Welsh Safer by Sharing Seminars - Please book now|
Please book your place on the MPA's Welsh Safer by Sharing Seminars
21 June 2019 - South Wales
Copthorne Hotel, Cardiff
11 October 2019 - North Wales
Llyndir Hotel, nr Wrexham
In response to the identified "Fatal 6", the Safer by Sharing Seminars for 2019 will focus on two key elements "Isolation of Energy and Lock-Off" and "Falls from and Working at Height.
e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
|British Precast guidance on isolation - May 2019|
Within the precast concrete sector, repair, service and maintenance work is done on machinery, equipment and processes every day. It is essential to ensure the isolation of any unsafe machinery or equipment from potential uncontrolled energy sources takes place during such work. The attached document is guidance published by British Precast on isolation.