Lockout – Tagout – Tryout Training
Our Lockout/Tag Out/Tryout Training has been developed per OSHA Standard CFR 29 Subpart J §1910.147.
Our course objective is to teach workers about lockout/tag out/tryout requirements while machines and/or equipment are being serviced. Our course also reviews OSHA’s own standardized lockout/tag out procedures. Additionally, the energy types controlling these procedures are reviewed.
Who Should Attend this Course?
Any maintenance department supervisor or maintenance/janitorial worker should learn Lockout/Tag Out/Tryout procedures. This course is also mandatory for all electricians and mechanics.
Note: This program can be customized to meet any specific employer needs.
- Lockout/Tag Out/Tryout Explained
- Energy Types
- Energy Control
- Standards Provisions
- Employee Authorization
- Employee Impact
- When to Use
- Energy Control Procedures
- Servicing Tasks
- Energy-Isolating Devices
- Device Requirements
- Employee Training