Energy-related injuries often occur when one person is working on equipment and someone else inadvertently turns on the power, putting the equipment back into operation. To help guard against these situations, OSHA has enacted “Lock-Out/Tag-Out” regulations. This program covers the basics of Lock-Out/Tag-Out so these injuries can be avoided. It includes includes a customizable 59 page PowerPoint presentation with both a narrated and non-narrated version, along with a reproducible Leaders Guide, Employee Handout, End of Course Quiz, and Completion Certificate to document the training.

Energy-related injuries often occur when one person is working on equipment and someone else inadvertently turns on the power, putting the equipment back into operation. To help guard against these situations, OSHA has enacted “Lock-Out/Tag-Out” regulations. This program covers the basics of Lock-Out/Tag-Out so these injuries can be avoided. It includes includes a customizable 59 page PowerPoint presentation with both a narrated and non-narrated version, along with a reproducible Leaders Guide, Employee Handout, End of Course Quiz, and Completion Certificate to document the training.

Topics covered also include:
  • The Energy Control Plan
  • Different Types of Energy
  • Lock-Out Devices
  • Authorized and Affected Employees
  • Arc Flashes
  • Emergency Situations
  • and more
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