Lock Out Tag Out Training
Control hazardous energy with lockout and tagout procedures
Although modern machine design has made the workplace much safer, the risk for serious injury still exists. In fact, failure to adequately safeguard machinery is one of the most common violations of OSHA regulations. These courses also cover machine guarding training, after which employees will have a better understanding of the purpose of lockout tagout and machine guarding procedures, which help to create a much safer workplace and reduce the chance of machinery-related injuries.
These training courses thoroughly cover machine safeguarding by teaching employees and management the importance of using machine safeguards, including the basics of machine safety, such as how to identify which moving parts present a hazard, signs a machine is about to breakdown and how to select proper protective equipment. Courses also cover lockout tagout training, as required by the OSHA, to prevent accidents from occurring at commercial and industrial worksites. These safety courses apply to the workers using the machines, the people repairing and maintaining the machines, the supervisors of these workers, and any employee working around machines.