OHS Regulation Part 10: De-energization and LockoutB.C. Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Part 10 covers De-energization and Lockout in the workplace. The general requirement (10.2) states: If the unexpected energization or startup of machinery or equipment or the unexpected release of an energy source could cause injury, the energy source must be isolated and effectively controlled.
OHS Policies Part 10: De-energization and LockoutThe B.C. Occupational Health and Safety Policies Part 10 addresses when lockout is required.