Lockout Tagout: 04. Advanced Lockout Tagout for Employers

Course overview

As you've learned in our previous training, a basic energy control program contains procedures for preparing to shut down equipment, shutting down the equipment, properly applying lockout tagout devices, removing lockout tagout devices, and communicating to employees that the energy source will be restored. The importance of these elements cannot be overstated. However, there are a few more details and exceptions that you need to consider as you design your energy control procedure. In this program, we'll go over shift changes, group lockout tagout, testing locked out equipment, and lock and tag requirements. We'll also discuss the minor servicing exception.
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