This dramatic video will help you comply with 1910.147 by explaining critical lock-out/tag-out procedures. The program contains dramatic reenactments and wrong way/right way scenarios that clearly illustrate the importance of energy control and proper procedures.
This refresher course will give you the main points to remember about lockout/tagout for affected employees, including maintenance and repair personnel, machine operators and janitors. Affected employees must be trained on: The reasons for the Hazardous Energy Control Procedures and what they are used for The prohibition against restarting or re-energizing machines or equipment which are locked out or tagged out. The hazards of their work when performed under lockout and tagout conditions
This refresher course will give you the main points to remember about lockout/tagout for authorized employees. An Authorized Employee is a qualified person who locks out or tags out specific machines or equipment so that cleaning, repairing, servicing, setting-up, adjusting or unjamming operations can be conducted. These employees must be trained, so they know the potential hazards of jobs and acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for the safe usage of the specific Hazardous Energy Control Procedures for each machine, piece of equipment or prime mover they are responsible for. The same individual may be both an Affected and Authorized Employee.
This session will train you to perform the responsibilities of an "authorized person." An authorized person is an employee who services or maintains machinery and equipment. As an authorized person, you will be able to recognize hazardous energy sources, understand responsibilities to other employees, and control hazardous energy with lockout/tagout.
An "affected employee" is someone who operates machinery or equipment on which servicing or maintenance is being performed under lockout or tagout. This training is required if you work in an area where servicing or maintenance of machinery or equipment is being performed, even if you don't operate or service any equipment.
This course will take approximately 17 minutes to complete. OSHA's Lockout/Tagout Standard requires you to be provide a program that includes energy control procedures, employee training, and periodic inspections to prevent accidents during servicing and/or maintenance operations on energized equipment.