Lockout Tagout (LOTO)

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About Course

The lockout/tagout standard requires that hazardous energy sources be “isolated and rendered inoperative” before maintenance or servicing work can begin. These energy sources include electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical, thermal, chemical, and the force of gravity. It is important to remember all of the energy sources must be “isolated and rendered inoperative.” Overlooking an energy source has proved fatal on several occasions.
This course course introduces those that are responsible for managing safety in workplaces that require the adoption of LOTO to ensure the safety of workers by applying LOTO procedures and tools correctly. The course is useful for new and practicing safety professionals.
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What Will You Learn?

  • To increase safety during maintenance and service of equipment by creating a common understanding of LO/TO at each facility.
  • To ensure participants can recognize all hazardous energy sources and the means for controlling it through an 8-step lockout procedure
  • To ensure participants understand their role in the Facility’s Equipment Lockout Program
  • Types of Lockouts
  • Energy Sources
  • Lockout Equipment
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Shift Change Procedures
  • Group LOTO
  • Hazardous Energy Control Procedures
  • Release from Lockout
  • Program Inspection and Review
  • Training Requirements

Course Content

Lockout Tagout Introduction Video

  • Introductory Video LOTO Case Study
    02:55
  • LOTO Case Quiz

LOTO Module 1

LOTO Module 2

LOTO Module 3

LOTO Module 4

Overview and Assignment

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