KIRK trapped key interlock systems protect your employees from hazardous energy. The ANSI Z244 Committee’s revision to the 1989 OSHA standard emphasizes the control of hazardous energy and identifies trapped key interlocks as an alternative method of hazardous energy control. Over the past 25 years, technology has advanced, however the risk of hazardous energy and unexpected startups still exist. LOTO citations involving on the job injuries and equipment damage rank within the top 10 OSHA violations. Keep you employees safe by implementing a trapped key interlock system into your safety processes!