The term "lockout/tagout" refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard workers from the unexpected energizing or start-up of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. Lockout/Tagout explains the importance of lockout/tagout in protecting the health and safety of workers.
Who Should Take the Course?
Employers should train ALL workers in the basic concepts of hazardous energy control, including energy isolation, locking and tagging of control devices, verifying de-energization, and clearing danger points before re-energizing equipment. Workers whose duties involve installation, maintenance, service, or repair work should be trained in the detailed control procedures required for their particular equipment. This training should enable workers to identify tasks that might expose them to hazardous energy and the effective methods for its control.
The goal of this course is to educate participants as to what a lockout device is and when Lockout-Tagout should be used in the work place. The course examines basic workplace safety tenets and examines the specific stages and procedures of the lockout/tagout process.
This course is presented in 4 modules:
3.Equipment Shutdown and Isolation using a variety of methods
4.The Procedure of Lockout - Tagout
A student is anyone in (or returning to/starting in the fall) High School, College, University, Private Skills Training School, or who is participating in their apprenticeship for their respective trade.
Please contact us, or have your worker contact us, if you are receiving Employment Insurance or other training assistance to gain employment as you may be eligible for a discount on your course.
Day rates are available for companies booking full classes. Additional fees such as travel costs may be on top of the training fee depending on distance.
Verification may be requested for Student Rates
I came in with zero knowledge on any of the therms used (rope grab, lanyard), so a really basic run over would be good. However, whenever I asked questions about this, it was all very clearly explained (without making me feel stupid). The quality of the instructing was excellent. I learned so many things that I can definitely apply, plus I was never bored. Really good real life examples were provided and seeing the actual equipment really helped. Thanks!
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