“Lockout/Tagout” refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard employees from the unexpected energization or start-up of machinery and equipment, or release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. Approximately 3 million workers service equipment and face the greatest risk of injury if lockout/tagout is not properly implemented.
What You Will Learn
Lockout/Tagout is one of OSHA’s Top 10 “Most Serious Violations” and one of their “Most Often Cited Violations” (and part of the amputation emphasis program). Iowa-Illinois Safety Council safety professionals translate OSHA’s Lockout/Tagout Regulation (29 CFR 1910.147, Subpart J) into terms you can use, and show you how to put them into practice.
- The purpose of lockout/tagout procedures
- The key components of an energy control program
- The six main elements that should be in your lockout/ tagout procedures
- Inspections of energy control devices to restore energy and equipment
- Group lockout/tagout
- Steps for testing or positioning on a piece of equipment during repair
- The importance of best practices for the most effective lockout/tagout program
Train-the-Trainer program includes (OPTIONAL PACKAGE):
The information above will be covered during the seminar for ALL registrants, however the following items are only included in the packaged program. If you would like the train-the-trainer kit please choose the 'train-the-trainer' option when registering below.
- Blueprints for Safety Administrative Guide
- 2 DVDs
- 5 Employee Handbooks
- PowerPoint Presentation
Cancellation without penalty may be made up to five working days prior to the seminar date. Cancellation after that date will be charged 50% of the fee. You may avoid this charge by transferring your registration to another person. Registrants who do not cancel are liable for the entire fee. ALL REFUNDS WILL BE IN THE FORM OF A CREDIT VOUCHER. This cancellation policy is standard with all Iowa-Illinois Safety Council sponsored programs.
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