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Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake

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Very simply, energy is the power for doing work. Sometimes, when uncontrolled, it can be hazardous, even deadly. As you know, the lockout/tagout process is designed to help protect workers from this type of dangerous uncontrolled energy. In fact, compliance with the lockout/tagout standard prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake addresses OSHA's General Industry Standard for Lockout/Tagout. It will help your employees understand the seven steps of lockout/tagout, how to complete them and why they are important. It also covers the different forms of energy, safe practices for controlling hazardous energy and limitations of using tagout only.

Learning objectives:

Energy

  • Recognize different types of energy including potential, kinetic, flammable, chemical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic
  • Importance of recognizing types of energy

Controlling Hazardous Energy

  • Identify who is susceptible to the threat of hazardous energy
  • How to properly control hazardous energy

Lockout Characteristics

  • What is the purpose of lockout?
  • What are the proper tools used to lockout/tagout equipment?
  • Examples of an energy-isolating device

Tagout Characteristics

  • Characteristics of performing tagout

Tagout Limitations

  • What are the limitations of only using tagout?
  • Tagout safety measures

Seven Steps for De-energizing Equipment

  • Learn the seven steps for lockout/tagout

Added features and benefits of DVD training include:

  • A customizable PowerPoint presentation
  • A printable Leader's Guide

Very simply, energy is the power for doing work. Sometimes, when uncontrolled, it can be hazardous, even deadly. As you know, the lockout/tagout process is designed to help protect workers from this type of dangerous uncontrolled energy. In fact, compliance with the lockout/tagout standard prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake addresses OSHA's General Industry Standard for Lockout/Tagout. It will help your employees understand the seven steps of lockout/tagout, how to complete them and why they are important. It also covers the different forms of energy, safe practices for controlling hazardous energy and limitations of using tagout only.

Lockout/Tagout Terms

  • Energy
  • Controlling Hazardous Energy
  • Lockout Characteristics
  • Tagout Characteristics
  • Tagout Limitations

Seven Steps for De-Energizing Equipment

  • Seven Steps

Lessons Learned

  • Lessons Learned

To learn more about our interactive online courseware, visit our DuPont™ eLearning Suite homepage or schedule a free online demonstration.

Very simply, energy is the power for doing work. Sometimes, when uncontrolled, it can be hazardous, even deadly. As you know, the lockout/tagout process is designed to help protect workers from this type of dangerous uncontrolled energy. In fact, compliance with the lockout/tagout standard prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake addresses OSHA's General Industry Standard for Lockout/Tagout. It will help your employees understand the seven steps of lockout/tagout, how to complete them and why they are important. It also covers the different forms of energy, safe practices for controlling hazardous energy and limitations of using tagout only.

Learning objectives:

Energy

  • Recognize different types of energy including potential, kinetic, flammable, chemical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic
  • Importance of recognizing types of energy

Controlling Hazardous Energy

  • Identify who is susceptible to the threat of hazardous energy
  • How to properly control hazardous energy

Lockout Characteristics

  • What is the purpose of lockout?
  • What are the proper tools used to lockout/tagout equipment?
  • Examples of an energy-isolating device

Tagout Characteristics

  • Characteristics of performing tagout

Tagout Limitations

  • What are the limitations of only using tagout?
  • Tagout safety measures

Seven Steps for De-energizing Equipment

  • Learn the seven steps for lockout/tagout

While the number of pages varies, most handbooks are 16 pages in length and include a tear-out quiz.

Handbooks must be purchased in packs of 10. When ordering, enter the number of packs you would like to purchase. For example, if you would like to order 50 handbooks, enter "5" in the quantity field.

Quantity discounts are available for orders of 10 or more packs. Call 1-877-262-7825 for more information.

Very simply, energy is the power for doing work. Sometimes, when uncontrolled, it can be hazardous, even deadly. As you know, the lockout/tagout process is designed to help protect workers from this type of dangerous uncontrolled energy. In fact, compliance with the lockout/tagout standard prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake addresses OSHA's General Industry Standard for Lockout/Tagout. It will help your employees understand the seven steps of lockout/tagout, how to complete them and why they are important. It also covers the different forms of energy, safe practices for controlling hazardous energy and limitations of using tagout only.

Learning objectives:

Energy

  • Recognize different types of energy including potential, kinetic, flammable, chemical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic
  • Importance of recognizing types of energy

Controlling Hazardous Energy

  • Identify who is susceptible to the threat of hazardous energy
  • How to properly control hazardous energy

Lockout Characteristics

  • What is the purpose of lockout?
  • What are the proper tools used to lockout/tagout equipment?
  • Examples of an energy-isolating device

Tagout Characteristics

  • Characteristics of performing tagout

Tagout Limitations

  • What are the limitations of only using tagout?
  • Tagout safety measures

Seven Steps for De-energizing Equipment

  • Learn the seven steps for lockout/tagout

Added features and benefits of DVD training include:

  • A customizable PowerPoint presentation
  • A printable Leader's Guide

Very simply, energy is the power for doing work. Sometimes, when uncontrolled, it can be hazardous, even deadly. As you know, the lockout/tagout process is designed to help protect workers from this type of dangerous uncontrolled energy. In fact, compliance with the lockout/tagout standard prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake addresses OSHA's General Industry Standard for Lockout/Tagout. It will help your employees understand the seven steps of lockout/tagout, how to complete them and why they are important. It also covers the different forms of energy, safe practices for controlling hazardous energy and limitations of using tagout only.

Learning objectives:

Energy

  • Recognize different types of energy including potential, kinetic, flammable, chemical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic
  • Importance of recognizing types of energy

Controlling Hazardous Energy

  • Identify who is susceptible to the threat of hazardous energy
  • How to properly control hazardous energy

Lockout Characteristics

  • What is the purpose of lockout?
  • What are the proper tools used to lockout/tagout equipment?
  • Examples of an energy-isolating device

Tagout Characteristics

  • Characteristics of performing tagout

Tagout Limitations

  • What are the limitations of only using tagout?
  • Tagout safety measures

Seven Steps for De-energizing Equipment

  • Learn the seven steps for lockout/tagout

Added features and benefits of USB training include:

  • A customizable PowerPoint presentation
  • A printable Leader's Guide

Very simply, energy is the power for doing work. Sometimes, when uncontrolled, it can be hazardous, even deadly. As you know, the lockout/tagout process is designed to help protect workers from this type of dangerous uncontrolled energy. In fact, compliance with the lockout/tagout standard prevents an estimated 120 fatalities and 50,000 injuries each year.

Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake addresses OSHA's General Industry Standard for Lockout/Tagout. It will help your employees understand the seven steps of lockout/tagout, how to complete them and why they are important. It also covers the different forms of energy, safe practices for controlling hazardous energy and limitations of using tagout only.

Learning objectives:

Energy

  • Recognize different types of energy including potential, kinetic, flammable, chemical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic
  • Importance of recognizing types of energy

Controlling Hazardous Energy

  • Identify who is susceptible to the threat of hazardous energy
  • How to properly control hazardous energy

Lockout Characteristics

  • What is the purpose of lockout?
  • What are the proper tools used to lockout/tagout equipment?
  • Examples of an energy-isolating device

Tagout Characteristics

  • Characteristics of performing tagout

Tagout Limitations

  • What are the limitations of only using tagout?
  • Tagout safety measures

Seven Steps for De-energizing Equipment

  • Learn the seven steps for lockout/tagout

Added features and benefits of USB training include:

  • A customizable PowerPoint presentation
  • A printable Leader's Guide
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