Lockout/Tagout & the Control of Hazardous Energy Sources
Lockout-Tagout procedures not only protect authorized maintenance employees from harm, but also any affected employees that work on or near the machine or equipment while it is undergoing servicing or repair. Lockout-Tagout helps prevent serious workplace injuries, and is required by OSHA.
Our DVD and VHS Lockout-Tagout Safety Video release “Lockout-Tagout and the Control of Hazardous Energy Sources” covers the following important topics:
Definition of Lockout / Tagout
Types of hazardous energy sources
The purpose of lockout / tagout
Lockout / tagout procedures
Use of multiple locks and tags
Locking out “plug in only” equipment
Definition of authorized vs affected employees
This training program is intended to assist employers in promoting safe work practices and complying with OSHA requirements.
For a limited time a DVD of Lockout-Tagout Safety Video “Lockout-Tagout and the Control of Hazardous Energy Sources” is available. Video, test and trainer support materials now available on USB Flash Drive.
All programs come with a test and other trainer support materials.
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