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  1. GET Compliance
11 October 2012

GET Compliance Completes Review and Redevelopment of Energy System

GET Compliance has recently completed a thorough review and re-development of an energy Lock out Tag Out system for Queensland’s largest utilities company.

The system included all sources of energy from electrical, water, sewerage, hydraulic and mechanical energies.

The project required the review and re-design of a system which had been left unchecked for some time.

Bringing into line with current legislation Australian and international standards.

The redesign of the system included:

1. Single and multiple point isolation.2. Single or multiple work group members.3. The implementation of a three tiered lock system.4. Review of tags used in the isolation system.5. Development of documented work practices.6. Isolation point registers encompassing JSEA’s7. Develop training programmes for the various levels of authorisation of key staff.8. Delivery of the training and collecting evidence through robust assessments.

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