About 4SafeIndustry

Welcome to 4SafeIndustry, your reliable partner for lockout-tagout (LOTO) products and solutions. We are here to make your working environment safer and reduce the risk of accidents. Here's a quick look at who we are and what we do.

Who are we?

4SafeIndustry is a dedicated company specializing in the sale of lockout-tagout products and services. We understand the importance of safety in the workplace, and we are committed to helping organizations protect their employees and property.

Our mission

Our mission is simple but essential: we want to contribute to a safer working environment for everyone. We strive to provide our customers with the best LOTO products and solutions so they can avoid accidents and injuries.

Our products

We offer a wide range of LOTO products including locks, tags, locking systems and training tools. Our products are of high quality and meet the applicable safety standards.

Why 4SafeIndustry?

  • Expert Advice: Our team of experts is always ready to advise and guide you in choosing the right LOTO products for your needs.
  • Customer satisfaction: We value satisfied customers and strive to meet all your expectations.
  • Affordability: Our products are affordable without compromising on quality and safety
  • Fast Delivery: We understand that time is of the essence, which is why we ensure fast and reliable delivery of our products.

Contact us

Do you have questions, comments or would you like more information about our products and services? Do not hesitate to contact us. We are ready to help you!

At 4SafeIndustry we believe that safety in the workplace is everyone's right, and we are here to support you in achieving that safety. Together we can make working environments safer and prevent accidents.

Further information about LOTO.

Purpose and scope

Securing installations is necessary if equipment can operate uncontrolled during maintenance work or when troubleshooting a fault. In NEN 3140 we already knew the 'Five safety rules', but these are mainly about securing electrical energy. Because there are also other forms of energy, such as hydraulic energy, kinetic energy, pneumatic energy, etc., it is important to first determine which energy must be secured. In fact, that's what LOTOTO means: Lo: Lock out, To: Tag out and To: Try out.

The lock prevents someone from accidentally activating the installation. Each subsequent employee who comes to perform work must also install their own security lock on the lock multiplier. Before the installation is put into operation again, the employee who installed the first padlock with lock multiplier must check whether the environment is safe.



Installing a (Loto) lock that serves as a lock to secure mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or other energy sources. If several people are working on the installation, also use a lock multiplier.


Tag Out

Place the label clearly visible so that it is clear that this installation has been switched off.


Try Out

Before starting work, try switching the installation on and off to determine whether the lock works. In other words, whether the energy source has been secured.


  1. Inform those involved about the work that will be carried out.
  2. Determine which energy source must be secured (electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, etc.)
  3. Lock the energy source with padlock and lock multiplier (Lock out)
  4. Check if energy has been removed (Try out)
  5. Place a 'Do not switch' label (Tag out)

Step 1: Inform those involved about the work to be carried out

Inform those involved that (part of) the installation is going to be shut down.

Step 2: Shut off energy sources

Check which type of energy needs to be disconnected (electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, etc.)

Step 3: Lockout: Lock with padlock and lock multiplier

Insert the lock multiplier and the personal lock. If several technicians are working on the installation at the same time, everyone must place their safety padlock in the lock multiplier and lock it. Everyone who installs the lock keeps their own key with them at all times.

Step 4: Tryout: Verify that the energy has been removed.

Lock out all energy sources with the appropriate Lockout materials (see photos) to shut off the supply to the equipment or machine. Use a lock and/or lock multiplier so that no one can operate the switch or valve while the work is still in progress.

Step 5: Tag-out: Place 'Do not switch' label

Place the label: 'Do not switch'.

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