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Lock and Tag; Lockout/Tagout for Affected & Authorized Employees

This course has been discontinued and is no longer available.
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Course Format
Advantage™  Advantage™
Product ID
dgl1043a
Training Time ?
33 to 66 minutes
Language(s)
English
Video Format
Standard Definition
Required Plugins
MasteryNet Player
Lesson Interactions
10
Quiz Questions
26
Closed Captioning
Interactive Producer
Digital-2000, Inc.
Original Content Producer
_Digital-2000, Inc.
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Overview

Lockout Tagout Safety Training must be taught to all maintenance personnel and machine operators who work around machines that get shutdown during maintenance operations. In this online Lockout Safety course, workers learn about sources of hazardous energy, tag requirements, lock requirements and the need for written program and proper documentation of training.

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  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
  • Print certificate and wallet card
  • You have 60 days to complete the course
Audience

Training for all machine operators; people working near machines, equipment, and control mechanisms; maintenance personnel, and workers who will shut down and lockout and tagout equipment to perform service or maintenance.

Topics
The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Defining Lockout/Tagout
  • Controlling Hazardous Energy
  • The Energy Control Program
  • Lockout Procedures
  • Using Tags
  • Lock and Tag Devices
  • Startup Procedures
  • Conclusion
Intended Performance Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course you will be better prepared to:
  • Recognize the importance of Lockout or Tagout.
    • Agree that lockout and tagout are two of the most important things you can do for safety.
    • Choose the proper safety steps when cleaning, repairing, or maintaining equipment with an electrical cord.
  • Control hazardous energy.
    • List sources of hazardous energy.
    • Identify the need to lock and tag each source of energy on a machine.
    • Agree to control all hazardous energy.
    • State the number of employee categories recognized in the control of hazardous energy.
    • Differentiate authorized and affected employees.
    • Select situations when retraining is required.
  • Utilize your company's energy control program.
    • List elements of a written control program.
    • Choose situations when inspection is required.
  • Follow your company's lockout procedures.
    • Agree to never bypass lockout or tagout procedures.
    • List minimum elements of lockout procedures.
    • List the first step in the lockout procedure.
  • Properly utilize tags in the lockout or tagout procedure.
    • State the purpose of a tag.
    • Agree to never bypass or ignore a tag on an isolating device.
    • Choose the number of energy isolating device types.
    • Explain the procedure to follow if the energy-isolating device cannot be locked out.
  • Properly use lock and tag devices.
    • Agree to always use locks and tags if the energy-isolating devices are lockable.
    • Recognize the need for locks to be substantial enough to only be removed by excessive for or special tools.
    • Agree that tags cannot be reused.
    • List elements of lock and tag devices.
    • Describe a lockout device.
  • Follow proper startup procedures.
    • Choose the first step in the startup procedures.
    • Agree that locks and tags can only be removed by the employee who attached them.

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