We had a bogus lock out tag out procedure for working in the press when changing dies. You actually could not change dies with the press locked out so it was a constant lock/unlock/lock pita. I had a broken lock that I used so if I was on break and the press was ready to run anyone could remove it and start the press up. If OSHA showed up unexpectedly the press appeared to be locked out. I worked night shift, OSHA worked day shift. Most of our safety equipment was dangerous. We used real heavy jack stands that were supposed to be in the press when we were working in it. Guess what? A fifty pound jack stand won’t even slow down a 2,000 ton press let alone a 4,400 ton press. One guy forgot to remove his safety jack and when he rolled the press over the jack came flying out of the press right between two guys and messed up the exterial wall of the shop.