Figure 6-2.Laser warning signs.
while a major surface combatant may require a separate
log for each department. Individual force commanders
specify the number of logs that various ship classes must
maintain and what areas of the ship must maintain them.
On ships maintaining more than one tag-out log,
concerning tag out actions. When a tag out affects other
authorizing officers, the initiating party obtains verbal
permission from those officers to tag out the system or
equipment in question before the tag out is authorized.
Examples of systems that may require such coordination
are ship service electrical distribution, hydraulics, air,
ventilation, and air conditioning chill water systems.
The tag-out log is a record of authorization of each
effective tag out action. It contains the following
A copy of the main instruction and any other
amplifying directives for administering the system.
(These documents are kept in the front of the log.)