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It takes everyone to make a safe work environment.  We have all seen the signs, “Do Not Operate”, but we are just going to move that equipment a little bit – what harm can that be?  Unfortunately far too many accidents occur as a result of neglect or failure to comply with Lockout/Tagout procedure.

Without a thorough understanding of the procedures associated with this, workers will unnecessarily continue to put themselves or others in harm’s way.  In order to avoid this, they need a comprehensive training course; one that covers all of who, what, where, when, why and how questions.

Who Should Attend

Supervisors and individuals who are required to perform a lock-out/tag-out procedure to de-energize a piece of equipment or machinery.

Classroom Topics of Discussion

  • The legislative requirements (Government Regulations, CSA Standards and Manufacturers’ Guidelines and Principles);
  • The duties and responsibilities of all workplace stakeholders;
  • The principles of a lock-out/tag-out system;
  • Steps that need to be taken to insure a proper lock-out/tag-out;
  • Different types of energy sources.

Practical, Hands-on Activities

  • Determine how to locate energy sources;
  • Recognize the importance of pre-shift inspections;
  • Make the proper use of a written checklist;
  • Determine what safeguards must be put in place to ensure safety;
  • Use the proper procedure for restarting work/re-energizing equipment.

Documentation Provided

Certificate of Completion