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Lockout/Tagout: No Escape

Product Description

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty..and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many different types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

Learning objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The "Musts" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

Added features and benefits of DVD training include:

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

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty..and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many different types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

Learning objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The "Musts" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

Added features and benefits of DVD training include:

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

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty..and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many different types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

Learning objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The "Musts" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

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

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape is part of the five-part Workplace Safety Series Instructor-Led Training Workshops. Other workshops include Bloodborne Pathogens: Don't Take the Risk, Forklifts: Understanding the Risks, Lockout/Tagout: No Escape, and Personal Fall Protection: Your Lifelines.

Download a PDF of the Fact Sheet

About the Workshop

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty… and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many diff erent types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

The Lockout/Tagout: No Escape ½-day workshop provides awareness about the process of lockout/tagout, along with steps to help prevent workplace disasters.

Learning Objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The ""Musts"" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

The Instructor

The workshop can be conducted and facilitated by either a DuPont safety consultant or by your own qualified delivery personnel.

Price listed is for a self-facilitated workshop. For more information and pricing on a DuPont-facilitated workshop, please call 877-262-7825.

This includes:

  • Disc with PowerPoint presentation and Facilitator’s Guide
  • 20 student workbooks

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape is part of the five-part Workplace Safety Series Instructor-Led Training Workshops. Other workshops include Bloodborne Pathogens: Don't Take the Risk, Forklifts: Understanding the Risks, Lockout/Tagout: No Escape, and Personal Fall Protection: Your Lifelines.

Download a PDF of the Fact Sheet

About the Workshop

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty… and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many diff erent types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

The Lockout/Tagout: No Escape ½-day workshop provides awareness about the process of lockout/tagout, along with steps to help prevent workplace disasters.

Learning Objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The ""Musts"" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

The Instructor

The workshop can be conducted and facilitated by either a DuPont safety consultant or by your own qualified delivery personnel.

Price listed is for a self-facilitated workshop. For more information and pricing on a DuPont-facilitated workshop, please call 877-262-7825.

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty..and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many different types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

Learning objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The "Musts" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

Added features and benefits of USB training include:

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

Energy is a powerful resource that is strong and mighty..and dangerous. It is an effective resource that has been harnessed for many uses. Machines and devices in the workplace are operated by channeling many different types of energy. From electrical and mechanical to potential and kinetic, the possibilities are limitless in what we can do. This power comes with a risk.

Lockout/Tagout: No Escape familiarizes employees with the dangers of working around energy and shows how to control it to stay safe. By showing employees how to contain energy properly, you can help prevent serious injury and death. The fatal five mistakes and the seven-step process for lockout/tagout will be discussed along with nine types of energy that may cause hazardous situations in the workplace.

Learning objectives:

The Fatal 5 Mistakes

  • Main causes of serious injuries

Devices for Limiting Energy Flow

  • Control device and energy isolating device

Nine Forms of Energy

  • Hazardous energy in the workplace

The "Musts" of Lockout

  • Lockout devices

Energy Isolating Devices

  • Lockout/Tagout characteristics

Limitations of Tagout Only

  • Tagout characteristics

Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities

  • Employer and employee responsibilities

The 7-Step Process

  • Eliminate potential hazardous energy

Avoiding Hazards

  • Potential hazards

Added features and benefits of USB training include:

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