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Lockout/Tagout of energy (OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.147)
This OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 compliance training will explain how to create and implement an effective Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) program in the workplace that safeguards employees from hazardous energy surges.
Why Should You Attend:
During the maintenance and service of equipment, an unexpected energy surge from startup or stored energy in the machinery can cause injury to employees. This OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 regulations training will help employers in establishing a comprehensive program and training process to prevent employees from possible death, dismemberment or permanent health disability from hazardous energy in the workplace.
This course will discuss the purpose of having a Federal OSHA compliant LOTO program and explain the kinds, types and locations of energy to be controlled. It will help in developing an effective LOTO program and implementing procedures in the organization to meet requirements of the OSHA 1910.147 standard.
Areas covered in this session:
This session will cover the following topics relating to OSHA 1910.147 standards:
- Compliance with the Program
- Sequence of Lockout
- Who of your employees are affected by the program
- Types and magnitude of energy with its hazards
- Methods of Controlling Energy
- Kinds and Locations of Energy to be controlled
- Types and Location of energy isolating devices
- Verification of Isolation
Who Will Benefit:
This online training will be providing valuable guidance to the following personnel that are responsible for maintaining safety in the workplace:
- Safety Managers
- Safety Specialists
Claude I. Hine, is currently the Safety Officer for the City of Cohoes, NY, writing and directing their safety programs under the New York State Public Employees Safety and Health division of the New York State Labor Department. He has operated H&LP Environmental Consultants, a privately owned consulting company that specializes in writing OSHA programs and training employees to operate within the regulations of the programs. He also trains employees for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response regulation, Pesticide Applications, Respiratory Protection, Fall Protection, Lockout/Tagout and other OSHA safety regulations. He also operated a disaster restoration company specializing in residential construction.
In 2011 & 2012, the fifth most frequently cited OSHA standard was 1910.147, hazardous energy control (Lockout/Tagout). This 1910.147 standard establishes minimum requirements to control hazardous energy in the workplace. Workers performing service and maintenance of equipment and machinery are highly exposed to unexpected energization due to the startup of the equipment or release of the stored energy in the machinery. Employers must establish an energy control program in order to prevent unexpected energization in the workplace during service and maintenance operations.
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