Lockout/Tagout: Controlling Hazardous Energy
Available for MP4 video download by purchasing a corporate or single-site license.
This program will review the various components of your organization's energy control plan and explain how these elements keep workers safe during lockout/tagout operations. Topics include:
- Which situations require lockout/tagout
- The energy control plan
- Authorized, affected and other workers
- Lockout/tagout devices
- The sequence of a lockout procedure
- Returning equipment to service after a lockout
- Group lockout procedures
Lockout/tagout is a system of energy control procedures that must be used any time machine guards are opened or removed, electrical doors or covers are opened, or any time a person is potentially exposed to injury from the unexpected start-up or energization of equipment. To help prevent injuries during lockout/tagout operations, your organization has developed a written energy control program in accordance with OSHA's Control of Hazardous Energy Standard. This plan must provide training to ensure employees understand its purpose and function.
This program features a compilation of topical microlearnings. To view each microlearning individually, select Microlearning Collection: Lockout/Tagout Controlling Hazardous Energy