Lockout Tagout: 03. Lockout Tagout Basics for Employers

Course overview

The presence of power equipment or machinery on your worksite will always pose a risk to those who may come into contact with it. As a result, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA, has come up with a set of procedures to help make sure you and your employees are kept safe. These procedures are called lockout tagout, and function with the main goal of ensuring ALL energy sources to dangerous machines are disabled during maintenance or repair work. This course is an introduction to lockout tagout standards. You'll learn more about the requirements, and why they're necessary for a safe and productive workplace.
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