OSHA requires employers to implement lockout/tagout procedures to keep equipment from starting up unexpectedly and causing injury during repairs.
Lockout/tagout procedures themselves always follow the same basic steps, but it can be a daunting task to put OSHA’s requirements into practice because of the huge variety of machines being used and tasks being done. \
During this webcast you'll learn:
The difference between lockout and tagout,
Different designations for employees involved in the process,
Procedural steps involved in lockout/tagout,
How to control hazardous energy sources,
The minor servicing exception,
Individual and Group LOTO, and
Annual Inspection requirements.