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With St. Claire's informative lockout/tagout training program, companies can avoid accidents that account for 1 of every 10 serious workplace injuries. Lockout training is required under OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy, 29CFR 1910.147, and is intended for employees who are required to service, maintain, or work around energized equipment. The lockout training program that St. Claire has developed presents an overview of controls and procedures required to prevent the unexpected energization, startup, or release of stored energy that could cause injuries to employees. The training course requires employees to review methods to recognize the different types of energy hazards on equipment and procedures on how to control these energy sources.

OSHA mandates that employers provide training to their employees to ensure that the purpose and function of the energy control program are clearly understood by affected personnel. Employees also acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for the safe application, usage, and removal of the energy controls. St. Claire strives to provide the best information possible in Hazardous Energy Control (Lockout) documentation and training. The information presented enhances today's highly trained and knowledgeable workforce. Injuries, illness, and even death are hazards common to noncompliance with lockout procedures. The training module has been designed to raise employee awareness and strengthen employee skills when performing lockout. Remember though, safety is a state of mind, and safe procedures must be practiced on a daily basis. Below is a partial list of subjects covered in our lockout/tagout training course:

  • Identifying main and secondary energy sources
  • Identifying stored energy sources
  • Written lockout program
  • Different types of lockout devices
  • Application of lockout devices
  • Affected and authorized employees
  • Equipment startup/shutdown
  • Group lockout
  • Shift changes
  • Periodic inspections

Many other items are discussed in detail in St. Claire's training module.


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