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Lockout Device Storage - Brady Corp. - Facility Management Product Release
Ready Access Storage Stations from Brady Corp. helps ensure that lockout devices remain accessible and ready for use. Proper lockout/tagout procedures and devices are essential in meeting OSHA guidelines, protecting employee safety, and maintaining productivity. The stations are available in two styles: The Padlock Station is designed to hold padlocks, group-lockout hasps, and tags. The Lockout Station offers organized storage for lockout devices both large and small, with a 5-inch deep storage pocket and four detachable hanging hooks. Both stations are made from rugged injection-molded polypropylene, and come with an attachable handle for portability, plus screw slots for permanent wall mounting. The semi-transparent cover allows the contents to be viewed while protecting the lockout devices from exposure to chemicals.
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