Lock Out/Tag Out

Course Introduction

This interactive session is based on the OSHA regulations as outlined in 29 CFR, Part 1910.147.

OSHA requires that anyone who is involved in working around energy systems such as electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and others receive training on how to effectively de-energize the equipment.

Course Details

In this course we will cover...

Importance Lock Out/Tag Out (LOTO)

Roles and responsibilities of those involved with LOTO

Three parts of a LOTO program including the development of a written program, the  training of employees and how and when to implement the LOTO program

When LOTO “refresher” training is required

Define the different types of energy that might be encountered using LOTO

Proper application of locks and other devices as part of a LOTO program

The advantages, disadvantages and limitations of locks and tags as part of a LOTO program

Considerations when working with contractors