Before servicing or maintaining high energy equipment, the machinery must always undergo a lockout procedure and a tagout. This prevents dangerous energy levels from being inadvertently released and resulting in serious injury or even fatalities. Our lockout tagout training online provides all the necessary information for improved safety standards on the job.

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Our online lockout training software provides valuable information regarding hazardous energy, de-energizing procedures, electrical lockout procedures, and tagout labeling for added security and safety. Employees will be guided through a 45-minute learning program that reduces on-site hazards and ensures everyone complies with lockout tagout regulations. The course content includes:
  • Lockout and Definitions
  • Hazardous Energy Control Program
  • Lockout Devices and Steps to Lockout
  • Lockout Processes
  • Alternate Hazardous Energy Control Methods

Who Needs Lockout Tagout Training?

The lockout procedure is very important for employers, managers, supervisors, maintenance professionals, and other workers who work with and around high voltage machinery. Proper lockout procedure, group lockout processes, use of tags, and energy control will help to reduce the likelihood of serious electrical injuries occurring on the job. Individuals who complete this 45-minute course will receive a 2-Year Lockout Certificate that shows they understand the content.  

Lockout and Definitions

    • Control of hazardous energy – electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, gravitational, radiation, kinetic and potential energy sources
    • Concept of authorized employee, duties and responsibilities

Hazardous Energy Control Program

    • Lockout devices, machine-specific procedures, Tagout
    • Construction & installation, cleaning, un-jamming
    • Written procedures, energy isolation

Lockout Devices and Steps to Lockout

    • Employer responsibilities, identification of lockout equipment, plug locks, valve covers, breaker cleats, hasps, tags, keys
    • Lockout procedures, verification of de-energization

Lockout Processes

    • Individual versus group lockout, shift changes, lockbox, lock removal form, lock cutoff

Alternate Hazardous Energy Control Methods

    • Risk and hazard assessment, engineering safeguards, warning and alerting, communication
    • Administrative controls, barriers, attendants, placards, audible, visual signs
    • Communication, training and documentation