As part of our educational content program, E-Square publishes an extensive series of white papers to improve health and safety practitioners' overall acumen. The E-Square White Paper Series provides globally impactful analysis, bringing clarity to contentious topics in the hazardous energy isolation sector. E-Square delivers this through the use of a systematic review of the contemporary evidence base and primary analysis to fill gaps in current knowledge.
Based on our experience of more than 15,000 site visits, we are trying to share our experiences, expertise, and industry best-practices with you.
This series examines pertinent topics throughout the safety sector and aims to provide employers and employees with the information they need to navigate the changing hazardous energy isolation landscape. The White Paper Series is focused on distilling information on a variety of hazardous energy isolation-related topics in a way that can help industry leaders prepare for the future.
Our White Paper Study incorporates:
1- Energy Control Device Vs. System Control Device
2- Interlock Vs. Lockout
3- Lockout: Pipeline Challenges
4- Enhancing Isolation Safety in FMCG Industry
5- Electrical Hazards & Lockout Tagout
6- Power Generation & Lockout Tagout
7- Machine Guarding & Lockout Tagout
8- Hot Tap Operations & Lockout Tagout
9- Understanding Lockout Vs. Tagout
10- Lockout Tagout & Contractors
We are on a mission to create 1000 LOTO success stories in 2020-21 of companies achieving ZERO accident status in energy isolation. You can use these white papers to refine your thinking and set your work agenda on controlling hazardous energy in the years ahead. We share them openly with the hope they benefit others working towards our goals and amplify the limited research currently available on hazardous energy isolation issues in industries. We intend the papers to foster discussion about the steps we can take together to protect precious lives at work, whether they are in New York or New Delhi.
WHITE PAPER 1 - ENERGY CONTROL DEVICE VS. SYSTEM CONTROL DEVICE