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Millions of workers routinely service powered equipment on the job. But if that equipment is reenergized or set into motion while they’re working on it, they can suffer serious injuries, permanent disability or even be killed. To prevent situations like this from occurring, OSHA has created Lock-Out/Tag-Out regulations to govern how to safely set up, repair, and maintain powered equipment. In this training video, you are instructed on proper Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures and devices, as well as other highly important pieces of safety information.

Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures allow workers to disable a machine while it is being serviced by isolating it from its energy source. Locks, tags, and other mechanisms are therefore placed on energy isolation devices, including electrical switchboxes and valves. This course demonstrates the use of energy isolation devices, and the specifics of Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures, including when and how they should be used, here as well.

Electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems pose unique threats, but they are not the only kind of systems you may encounter. In fact, even machines at rest with stored energy can cause injury. It is important to be aware of the dangers posed by energized equipment, and this course shows you the procedures to effectively use Lock-Out/Tag-Out.

Video on Demand   This course is in the Video On Demand format, to read about Video On Demand features click here.

  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Full-screen video presentation
  • Print certificate and wallet card
  • You have 30 days to complete the course

All those who work with or around machinery or energized equipment

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • What Is Lock-Out/Tag-Out?
  • Lock-Out/Tag-Out Devices
  • Lock-Out/Tag-Out Procedures
  • Dissipating Stored Energy
  • Special Situations
  • Release Procedures
  • Working With Electrical Systems
  • Working With Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
  • Conclusion

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