Lockout/Tagout…It Would Have Saved His Life, immediately grabs the viewer’s attention with the true story of a man killed in a workplace mishap that would have been prevented by lockout/tagout. The video provides a comprehensive overview of the following information: The purpose of lockout/tagout Employee roles and responsibilities The purpose and contents of an Energy Control Plan
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.
This course will take approximately 19 minutes to complete. 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.