Hospitality OSHA 7: Lockout Tagout
Lockout/tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results, so it is important that your workers understand and follow all your organization's policies regarding the control of hazardous energy.
This program is a great tool for training affected and authorized employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in kitchens, laundry rooms, and maintenance. Topics include:
- Authorized and affected associates
- The sequence of steps in a lockout procedure
- The annual inspection process
- Lockout hardware
- The one exception to the lockout rule