4 Steps to Design a KIRK® Trapped Key Interlock System

December 7, 2017

 

KIRK® has the necessary tools to determine a safety interlock system that meets your specific needs with a quick process.

 

1) IDENTIFY YOUR HAZARDS - What equipment or areas are hazardous and need to be isolated?

2) RISK ASSESSMENT - Can the hazards be avoided and what could the severity of injuries be if hazards cannot be avoided?

3) EVALUATE THE PROCESS - Define the flow of operations; identify all full body or partial body access points.

4) DESIGN YOUR SYSTEM - Based on your process evaluation, determine the type of task being performed within your process.

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