Lockout/Tagout Training for Affected Employees

Although hazardous energy accidents most often involve employees actually performing service and repairs, other employees affected by these procedures can also be injured; for example, machine operators and employees working in an area where a repair or service is being performed. For this reason, all employees who work with or around machinery and equipment subject to lockout/tagout procedures must be trained to understand energy hazards and control procedures. The main objective of this session is to familiarize "affected employees" with lockout/tagout requirements and procedures as they affect their job. At the end of this training session, affected employees will be able to recognize hazardous energy sources, carry out their responsibilities related to lockout/tagout, and understand the purpose and use of energy control devises and procedures.

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