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Lockout/Tagout

Course Code: OSH 270

$29
This course provides required OSHA lockout/tagout training on the hazards associated with the unexpected start-up or release of stored energy during maintenance or servicing of machinery and equipment in the workplace. 
 
OSHA requires lockout/tagout training as part of an employer program to prevent injuries due to unexpected energizing, start up, or release of stored energy. 

Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) violations, including failure to provide LOTO training for employees, ranked #5 on OSHA's 10 Most Cited 29 CFR Safety Standards in FY 2018.

 

Registration Includes:

  • Engaging, effective OSHA safety training
  • Workbooks and 29 CFR regulatory excerpts for reference
  • Tutorials for further reading on OSHA safety Standards
  • Three months of Lion Membership for complete compliance support
  • Certificate to demonstrate employee's completed lockout/tagout training


Lockout/Tagout Online Training Covers:

  • Equipment/machines subject to OSHAs lockout/tagout rules
  • Risks associated with hazardous energy
  • Elements of an Energy Control Program
  • Site-specific energy control procedures
  • Sequence of steps for performing lockout/tagout
  • Application, removal, and transfer of lockout and tagout devices
  • Energy isolating devices
  • Requirements for lockout/tagout devices
  • Periodic inspection requirements for employers
  • Training and re-training of employees
  • “Specialty” lockout/tagout situations (e.g., contractors, group LOTO)
Failure to implement effective lockout/tagout controls can lead to devastating workplace injuries including crushing, amputations, and death. Communication and employee training is crucial for workers who perform maintenance or servicing of energized machinery.

Employees who complete this course recognize the importance of effective lockout/tagout (LOTO) controls and can describe how to use various lockout and tagout devices to protect themselves and their co-workers. 

 
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Key Learning Objectives: 

  • Recognize sources of hazardous energy and machinery subject to OSHA's Control of Hazardous Energy Standard (29 CFR 1910.147). 
  • Properly apply, use, and remove lockout/tagout controls to prevent injury. 


Online Course Details

Course code OSH 270
Compatible on Desktop computer
Duration 1.5 hours
Access time 90 days
Certificate issued Yes
Training required by OSHA (29 CFR 1910.147)


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Lion Membership          3 months
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Why choose online safety training?

Online OSHA safety training is convenient, cost-effective way to prepare workers to recognize and mitigate the hazards in your workplace. Produced and kept up-to-date by Lion's team of experienced safety trainers and regulatory experts, the Lockout/Tagout Online Course is easy-to-use, reliable, and designed to simplify safety regulations. 

Online courses are available 24/7 with support available 7 days a week. Our state-of-the-art learning management system gives you access to tools that will enhance your online training experience:

  • Resume your training from where you left off with automatic bookmarking
  • Track your progress with the detailed course status display
  • Get answers to your course content questions from expert instructors
  • Develop your compliance expertise with engaging interactions
  • Test your knowledge with exercises and quizzes on critical topics
  • Access your complete Lion training history at any time

Who should complete the Lockout/Tagout Online Course?

This course is built for employees who apply, use, or remove lockout/tagout controls during maintenance and servicing of machinery and equipment in the workplace. This course will help satisfy OSHA's training requirement for covered employers at 29 CFR 1910.147(c)(1).
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