Lockout (industry)

Lockout

[lok-out]
Lockout may mean:

  • Lockout (industry), a work stoppage in which an employer prevents some or all employees from working
  • Lockout (telecommunication), a system to prevent unwanted signals
  • A daytime period in some hostels during which guests are disallowed from the premises
  • A map for the video game Halo 2
  • Lockout law, a law to prevent people entering venues between certain times, usually late at night as a crime prevention strategy
  • Lockout-Tagout, a workplace safety system to prevent activation of machinery while a worker may be inside
  • Regional lockout, a technological practice to prevent media use in a location other than that for which it is intended to be sold

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