OSHA Lockout/Tagout (Control of Hazardous Energy) Training (2 hour)
When workers service equipment and machinery, lockout and tagout procedures ensure they remain safe. Lockout/tagout prevents unexpected startup or energization and eliminates the risk of releasing hazardous energy. These processes affect multiple industries, with an estimated three million people across the country working in jobs that put them at risk. Our lockout/tagout control of hazardous energy training course gives you the information you need to perform lockout/tagout safely, and meet federal compliance standards.
Who Needs Lockout/Tagout Certification?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) credits proper lockout/tagout procedures with preventing 120 deaths and approximately 50,000 workplace injuries each year. According to OSHA Standard 29 CFR, Part 1910.147, employees who service or work around any electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical or other energy systems must get certified for lockout/tagout. If they are found to be in violation, someone gets hurt or there is a workplace fatality, there will be penalties that could include criminal charges.
Fulfill All OSHA Lockout/Tagout Training Requirements
This course covers everything necessary to get certified for lockout/tagout procedures. During online lockout/tagout training, you will learn all of the basics covering lockout and tagout, including definitions, how the process works and when to use it. You will also become familiar with OSHA regulations and where to find resources if you need assistance. Our lockout/tagout course also covers the different types of advanced training available, as well as the roles and responsibilities for anyone involved in the process.
Our PowerPoint presentations cover a wide range of other material to meet lockout/tagout training requirements and include classes on:
- Starting a program: Create and implement coursework, employee training and inspections as part of an OSHA-approved energy-control program.
- Following lockout/tagout procedures: Use proper lockout/tagout procedures and devices to prevent accidental startup, energization and energy discharge.
- Understanding the possible risks: Learn the different types of energy common to machinery in the workplace, including potential and kinetic energy sources.
- Keeping a safe workplace: Apply all the lessons learned throughout the course to create a safe workplace and maintain compliance during each step of the process.
100% Online Lockout/Tagout Training
Our lockout/tagout control of hazardous energy training course is online and self-paced, and you get all the course materials you need with your enrollment. As long as you have internet access, you can complete all of your lessons, finish reviews and take the final exam from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Online lockout/tagout training lasts about two hours, and you can work at your own pace with up to 30 days to take the final before needing to renew.
How Do You Get Certified for Lockout/Tagout?
This lockout/tagout control of hazardous energy training course ends with a final exam. To get certified for lockout/tagout, you need to answer at least 75% of the true/false questions correctly. If you need an extra try, you will have up to three attempts. Once you pass the exam, you will get your lockout/tagout certification in a digital file that you can save to your device and print as many times as you need. You will also obtain 0.2 credits and two contact hours for continuing education.
Enroll Today to Get Certified for Lockout/Tagout
At Hazmat School, we provide all the materials you need, and we will beat any prices guaranteed. We also have reduced rates for groups and government workers. To get certified for lockout/tagout, and to comply with OSHA regulations, register online today and start your online lockout/tagout training. To speak to someone about group training, call 877-OSHA-NOW.
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