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  1. ABUS 74/40 Intrinsically Safe Padlock - Blue
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    ABUS 74/40 Intrinsically Safe Padlock
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    • Intrinsically safe padlocks optimised for lockout, tag-out and security applications
    • Ideal for use in hazardous environments
    • Insulated against electric shocks
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  2. ABUS 74/40HB75 Intrinsically Safe Padlocks with Long Shackles - White
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    ABUS 74/40HB75 Intrinsically Safe Padlocks with Long Shackles
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    • Intrinsically safe, non-corrosive padlocks optimised for use in hazardous environments
    • Ideal for security and lock-out, tag-out applications
    • Insulated against electric shocks
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    SKU: ABUS 74/40HB75
  3. ABUS 72/30 Aluminium Padlocks
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    ABUS 72/30 Aluminium Padlocks
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    • 72/30 and 72/30HB padlocks, each available in eight different colours
    • Ideal for lock-out, tag-out applications
    • Non-corrosive, anodized aluminium body
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    SKU: ABUS 72/30/HB
  4. ABUS 72/40 Aluminium Padlock
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    ABUS 72/40 Aluminium Padlock
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    As low as £21.48 £17.90
    • 72/40 and 72/40HB40 padlocks each available in seven colours
    • Keyed different as standard
    • Suitable for lockout, tag-out tasks and security applications involving items under a higher risk of theft
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Lockout padlocks are an essential part of creating any lockout/tagout program.

Padlocks used during lockout serve as the means of securing an isolation point in place and they're available in a wide variety of sizes, shapes and types to cater for different applications.

During lockout, best practice is for each responsible team member working on maintenance or involved at any point with the lockout procedure to have their own individual padlock. They should fix this padlock to the isolation point alongside other team members and only they - or a qualified supervisor - should remove the padlock after essential work is completed.

Doing so ensures the safety of the worker; as the padlock is still attached, you know that they are unnaccounted for and are potentially in danger.

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