Failure to control the release of hazardous energy while servicing and maintaining equipment has the potential to cause some of the most severe injuries in the workplace.
This course is designed to ensure employers, management, and workers understand the hazards associated with uncontrolled energy and the proper methods of controlling that energy through a properly developed and implemented lockout program.
Lockout and Definitions
- Control of hazardous energy – electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, gravitational, radiation, kinetic and potential energy sources
- Concept of authorized employee, duties and responsibilities
Hazardous Energy Control Program
- Lockout devices, machine specific procedures, Tagout
- Construction & installation, cleaning, un-jamming
- Written procedures, energy isolation
Lockout Devices and Steps to Lockout
- Employer responsibilities, identification of lockout equipment, plug locks, valve covers, breaker cleats, hasps, tags, keys
- Lockout procedures, verification of de-energization
- Individual versus group lockout, shift changes, lockbox, lock removal form, lock cutoff
Alternate Hazardous Energy Control Methods
- Risk and hazard assessment, engineering safeguards, warning and alerting, and communication
- Administrative controls, barriers, attendants, placards, audible, visual signs
- Communication, training and documentation
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For information on how the Learning Management System works, please read the LMS Instruction Sheet.