Labeled Snap-On Lockout Hasp - C3508, Lockout Hasps by SafetySign.com

Labeled Snap-On Lockout Hasp

1-3/4 x 2-1/8 inch inside jaw opening

Labeled Snap-On Lockout Hasp
Item #
C3508-427
Lockout Hasp Reads
Danger Do Not Operate. This Lockout Device May Only Be Removed By: Name: Dept: Expected Completion:
Compliance
OSHA

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Each
1–5
14.95
6–11
14.35
12+
13.80
Price: 14.95
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Master Lock Part# 427 427YLW, 427BLU, 427BLK, 427GRN. This labeled snap-on lockout hasp is made from anodized aluminum and stainless steel, giving it corrosion resistance and strength. The spring-loaded locking arm provides it with its easy-to-apply snap-on advantage over standard scissor-action hasps. The inside jaw opening measures 1-3/4" x 2-1/8" (45 x 54 mm) and the overall dimensions are 2-7/8" x 7" (73 x 178 mm). Up to 5 safety padlocks can be used on this hasp. It also includes write-on safety labels to identify the person responsible for performing the lockout procedure.

Product Information

Details

Master Lock Labeled Snap-On Lockout Hasp 427 C3508
SafetySign Part #
C3508-427 Red, C3509-427YLW, C3512-427BLK, C3510-427BLU, C3511-427GRN
Master Lock Part #
427 Red, 427YLW, 427BLU, 427BLK, 427GRN
Colors
Red, Yellow, Black, Blue, Green
Hasp Jaw Size
1¾″ × 2⅛″ (44mm × 54mm)
Hasp Dimensions
2⅞″ × 7″ (73mm × 178mm)
Max. Number of Padlocks
5 padlocks
Max. Padlock Shackle Diameter
9/32″ (7mm)
Weight
0.35 lb
Material
Anodized aluminum and stainless steel construction for combined corrosion-resistance and strength
Benefits
Easy to apply ‘snap-on’ advantage with its spring-loaded locking arm
Fits more lockout points than alternative rivet-hinge labeled lockout hasps
Contains high visibility, write-on safety labels
Keeps equipment inoperative while repairs or adjustments are being made
Lockout by multiple workers at each lockout point
Lockout Function
Control cannot be turned on until last worker's safety padlock is removed from hasp
OSHA 1910.147(b) Compliance
Capable of being locked out. An energy isolating device is capable of being locked out if it has a hasp or other means of attachment to which, or through which, a lock can be affixed, or it has a locking mechanism built into it. Other energy isolating devices are capable of being locked out, if lockout can be achieved without the need to dismantle, rebuild, or replace the energy isolating device or permanently alter its energy control capability.

Application

Labeled Snap-On Lockout Hasp 427 C3508

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