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This class describes OSHA’s requirements and best practices for preventing accidental machine startup. In order to safely repair or access machinery, operators must be aware of OSHA’s control of hazardous energy procedures, including minimal lockout procedures and safe power restoration. All forms of energy, including electrical, thermal, chemical, and mechanical energy found in manufacturing environments, must be controlled or dissipated according to OSHA’s strict requirements for lockout/tagout. In addition, operators should be able to identify standardized energy control devices, such as lockout and tagout devices and energy blocking mechanisms.

Following proper lockout/tagout procedures is essential to preventing employee injuries and fatalities caused by accidental machine startup. After completing this course, users should be able to recognize common lockout/tagout devices and to identify the main steps in OSHA’s energy control procedures.

  • Difficulty: Beginner

  • Format: Online

  • Number of Lessons: 19

  • Language: English

  • 30 Day Access from Date of Purchase

Lockout/Tagout Procedures 141

SKU: 160040
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