An alarm sounds signaling a problem. A control room operator stops the line to investigate and notices that spilled product has jammed a carton conveyor. She locks and tag the machine and then begins clearing the jam. Other control room personnel return from their break and attempt to restart the line, unaware that the worker is still clearing the jam. The worker is saved by using lockout/tagout procedures. She might've been killed without them! This course will explain how YOU can use lockout/tagout procedures to prevent senseless tragedy.
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2. Lockout/Tagout Responsibilities
3. Hazardous Energy
4. Lockout/Tagout Devices
5. Procedures and Program
- Identify lockout/tagout responsibilities.
- Ecognize different forms of hazardous energy.
- Recognize types of lockout/tagout devices.
- Recall best practices for attaching and removing locks and tags.
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