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Lockout Tagout Training


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What You Will Learn

  1. Introduction to Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
  2. Lockout/Tagout Regulations and Standards
  3. Energy Control Procedures
  4. Tagout Procedures and Significance
  5. Authorized and Affected Employees
  6. Training and Awareness
  7. Group Lockout/Tagout and Shift Changes
  8. Periodic Inspection and Program Evaluation
  9. Incident Reporting and Investigation
  10. Responsibilities and Accountability

Lockout Tagout Training

  1. Introduction to Lockout/Tagout (LOTO):
    • Understand the purpose and importance of Lockout/Tagout procedures in ensuring worker safety during equipment maintenance or repair.
    • Identify common energy sources, such as electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic, and the potential risks associated with their release.
    • Comprehend the role of Lockout/Tagout in preventing unexpected equipment startup and the release of hazardous energy.
  2. Lockout/Tagout Regulations and Standards:
    • Familiarize yourself with relevant safety regulations and standards, such as OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Lockout/Tagout standards (29 CFR 1910.147).
    • Understand the responsibilities of employers and employees in complying with Lockout/Tagout requirements.
    • Learn about the importance of a written Lockout/Tagout program and the role of authorized personnel.
  3. Energy Control Procedures:
    • Learn the step-by-step process for implementing Lockout/Tagout procedures, including proper energy isolation, equipment shutdown, and energy dissipation.
    • Understand the selection, application, and removal of lockout devices, such as lockout hasps, lockout tags, and padlocks.
    • Comprehend the significance of following established procedures, such as equipment-specific lockout procedures and group lockout/tagout.
  4. Tagout Procedures and Significance:
    • Understand the purpose and proper application of tagout devices as part of the Lockout/Tagout process.
    • Learn the meaning and importance of tagout warnings, including their role in identifying the responsible individual and the reason for the equipment’s lockout/tagout status.
    • Comprehend the limitations of tagout devices and the importance of additional measures, such as lockout devices, for effective energy control.
  5. Authorized and Affected Employees:
    • Identify the roles and responsibilities of authorized employees, including those responsible for performing equipment lockout/tagout.
    • Understand the roles of affected employees, who may work in or near the equipment undergoing lockout/tagout.
    • Comprehend the importance of effective communication and coordination between authorized and affected employees during lockout/tagout procedures.
  6. Training and Awareness:
    • Understand the importance of Lockout/Tagout training for all employees involved in equipment maintenance or repair.
    • Learn the significance of identifying and assessing potential energy hazards and the associated risks.
    • Comprehend the importance of ongoing training and updates on Lockout/Tagout procedures, regulatory changes, and best practices.
  7. Group Lockout/Tagout and Shift Changes:
    • Understand the procedures and requirements for group Lockout/Tagout, where multiple workers are involved in the maintenance or repair of equipment.
    • Learn the steps to ensure seamless transition during shift changes and the transfer of lockout/tagout responsibilities.
    • Comprehend the importance of effective communication, verification, and testing before equipment re-energization.
  8. Periodic Inspection and Program Evaluation:
    • Comprehend the need for regular inspections of Lockout/Tagout procedures, devices, and program effectiveness.
    • Understand the importance of identifying and correcting deficiencies or gaps in the Lockout/Tagout program.
    • Learn how to conduct periodic audits, employee feedback sessions, and program evaluations to ensure ongoing compliance and improvement.
  9. Incident Reporting and Investigation:
    • Understand the procedures for reporting near misses, incidents, or violations of Lockout/Tagout procedures.
    • Comprehend the importance of prompt incident investigations to identify root causes and implement corrective actions.
    • Learn the significance of sharing lessons learned and implementing preventive measures to avoid similar incidents in the future.
  10. Responsibilities and Accountability:
    • Understand the roles and responsibilities of employers, supervisors, and employees in maintaining a safe Lockout/Tagout program.
    • Comprehend the importance of individual accountability and adherence to Lockout/Tagout rules and procedures.
    • Promote a culture of safety, continuous improvement, and open communication regarding Lockout/Tagout concerns.

Cost Per Person

$150 per person

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