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Lock and Tag: Lockout/Tagout Refresher

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Course Format
  Video On Demand
Product ID
marcltrt_vod
Training Time ?
14 to 21 minutes
Language(s)
English
Video Format
Standard Definition Wide
Required Plugins
None
Number of Lessons
10
Quiz Questions
7
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Interactive Producer
Mastery Training Content Network
Original Content Producer
Marcom, Ltd
Overview

Workers who repair circuits, clean and oil machinery, clean jammed mechanisms, and rebuild equipment are at risk of injury if power is restored to equipment while being serviced. OSHA's Lock-Out/Tag-Out regulations 29 CFR 1910.147 requires the use of locks and tags to isolate machinery from its energy source while being serviced. This video is a refresher course for workers previously trained in using lock-out/tag-out to prevent accidents and injuries.

This course reviews the lock-out and tag-out devices available when working with electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic energy. Padlocks, chains, and valve clamps are the most common lock outs. Wedges, key blocks, and pins are often used with hydraulic or pneumatic systems. Tags warn others work is being done on equipment or machinery. Viewers are taken through the steps for using lock-outs/tag-out procedures. These include identifying all energy sources, attaching lock-out/tag-out devices, and testing machinery after locks and tags have been put on.

Use this refresher training to remind employees of the importance of lock-out/tag-out procedures and how they should be used to prevent serious on-the-job injuries.

Audience

Workers who need refresher training on using OSHA required lock-out/tag-out devices

Topics
The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • Types of Energy
  • Lock Out/ Tag Out Devices
  • Lock Out/ Tag Out Procedures
  • Dissipate Stored Energy
  • Special Situations
  • Release Procedures
  • Electrical Systems
  • Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
  • Conclusion

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