Maritime Lock and Tag Plus
- Recognize the basic requirements of the OSHA Lockout/Tagout Plus standard.
- Identify various sources of common energy hazards and the consequences of NOT controlling them.
- Recognize why locks and tags are used and the consequences of improperly removing them.
- Recognize the responsibilities and authorities of the Lockout/Tagout Plus Coordinator, "authorized", "affected", and "other" employees.
- Recognize the common Lockout/Tagout Plus procedures that are used to apply locks and tags to isolate de-energized equipment.
- Identify employer training and communication responsibilities according to the OSHA Lockout/Tagout Plus standard.
The goal of this lesson is to provide awareness level training for all employees about the existence of hazardous energy sources; the isolation of those energy sources during maritime maintenance and repair activities; and the communication and control procedures that limit access to those energy sources through the use of tags and locks.
- 20 minutes
- Format: Online Interactive
- Lockout/Tagout Plus Requirements
- Sources of Hazardous Energy
- Locks and Tags
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Lockout/Tagout Plus Procedures
- Training Requirements
- OSH Act Section 5(a)(1), known as the General Duty Clause
- 29 CFR 1915.89 - Control of hazardous energy (lockout/tags-plus) Lockout/Tagout Plus
- 29 CFR 1910.147, Appendix A - Typical minimal lockout procedure
- 29 CFR 1910.335 - Safeguards for personnel protection (electrical systems)
- 29 CFR 1910.145 - Specifications for accident prevention signs and tags