OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training
In accordance with Federal OSHA Regulations 29 CFR 1910.147
“The course was short and to the point, making it easy to understand the main points.”
Ray West, Maintenance Assistant
“The person doing the course narration did a good job and kept the training upbeat! Good course.”
Emily Jane Kelley, Technical Assistant
“I really enjoyed the animated videos, and the one about what is energy was very informative.”
Larry Hills, Equipment Servicing Assistant
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OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course is designed for craft workers, machine operators, electricians, laborers, and other workers who perform servicing and/or maintenance operations on equipment or machinery that may expose them to various sources of hazardous energy. Sources of hazardous energy include electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, and other energy sources.Energy is the power for doing work. Our modern lives depend on the use of energy and its conversion from one form to another. Energy becomes hazardous when it builds to a dangerous level or is suddenly released in great quantities. If hazardous energy is not properly controlled before servicing or maintenance work begins, employees may be seriously injured or killed. Injuries from unexpectedly re-energized equipment could include burns, electrocution, crushing, cuts, lacerations, amputations, and fractures.
The OSHA Standard for the Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout), Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.147, sets forth the work practices and controls employers must implement to prevent accidents associated with hazardous energy.
The standard requires employers to establish an energy control program and utilize procedures for affixing appropriate lockout devices or tagout devices to energy isolating devices, and to otherwise disable machines or equipment to prevent unexpected energization, start up, or release of stored energy during servicing and maintenance operations. The standard also sets forth requirements for employee training and periodic inspections of energy control procedures to ensure their effectiveness in keeping employees safe.
Some of the benefits of HAZWOPER OSHA Online Training
Once participants complete their training and pass the final exam of the OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course, an electronic certificate of completion will be emailed immediately in PDF format.
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- Email: info@HAZWOPER-OSHA.com
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Our OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course supports a user-focused, user-friendly, and tailored experience for students. It is our goal to make learning engaging and interesting. We also make every effort to ensure our training courses are relevant and updated considering changes to the OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other applicable regulations and standards. We also revise and review course content and presentation to make learning an enjoyable experience, aligned to changing trends utilizing the most current online learning tools.
Our OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course is fully narrated by professional narrators making it easy to understand and follow. Narrations using the right voice talent can make the training experience pleasant and appealing while enabling knowledge retention.
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Take our OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course entirely online on your laptop or personal computer; or using an iPad®, iPhone®, or any other Android® device. All you need is a fast internet connection and access to a web browser, to complete this OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) online safety training course anywhere at any time. All our courses are built using HTML 5, which makes them highly compatible with a range of renowned browsers and on mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.
As our Learning Management System (LMS) is designed and built to track participants’ progress, switching between a laptop or another mobile device is easy and ensures no need for course content repetition.
The core objective of the OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course is to familiarize workers with the pertinent elements of OSHA’s Standard for the Control of Hazardous Energy (29 CFR 1910.147) and the safe work practices and training requirements as set forth by the standard.
After course completion the learner will be able to:
- Discuss OSHA standards for the control of hazardous energy;
- Define energy and differentiate between kinetic and potential energy;
- Explain the requirements for lockout and tagout devices;
- Discuss the training requirements for authorized employees, affected employees, and other employees;
- List the five steps for properly de-energizing equipment;
- Describe the procedure for re-energizing equipment;
- Explain the group lockout or tagout procedures; and
- Summarize what inspectors look for in periodic inspections and the conditions under which corrective action might be needed.
This OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course consists of 2 lessons. Students are required to take each lesson in sequential order as listed below.
- Lesson 1: Regulatory Overview –Provides an overview of OSHA’s regulatory requirements for lockout/tagout procedures that must be followed when employees service or maintain electrical equipment and machinery. The lessons will define energy, distinguish between kinetic and potential energy, discuss OSHA standards for the control of hazardous energy, explain the requirements for lockout and tagout devices, and explain the training requirements for authorized employees, affected employees, and other employees when working in an around electricity.
- Lesson 2: Controlling Hazardous Energy –Gives an overview of the importance of controlling energy hazards such as the accidental re-energization of equipment and machinery during servicing and maintenance operations. The lesson will list the five steps for properly de-energizing equipment, describe the procedure for re-energizing equipment, explain the group lockout or tagout procedures, and summarize what inspectors look for during periodic inspections and the conditions under which corrective action might be needed.
This course is designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers and is updated and reviewed as soon as new requirements or regulations are issued by OSHA, DOT, EPA, and other regulatory agencies. The course meets the compliance requirements of OSHA’s Standard for the Control of Hazardous Energy, 29 CFR 1910.147.
Course Completion Certificate
Once the OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course is completed, you will immediately be able to download, save, or print your Course Completion Certificate in PDF format.
There are no prerequisites for this OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course.
A Final Note
It is important to remember that attending this OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course on its own will not make a worker competent. Competence is developed over time by implementing the knowledge acquired through a training course to on-the-job work processes. Therefore, in addition to this online course, it is important that you receive additional on-site training from your employer.
As an employer, do you want to train your employees as a team? Do your employees want to learn from a qualified instructor?
HAZWOPER OSHA offers customized group instructor-led training (ILT). We facilitate virtual and in-person, on-site training for groups of all sizes, led by OSHA-authorized trainers who guide individuals through the key topics of the OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training as per OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1910.147.
We can customize this OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course with your workplace-specific requirements so you can quickly and easily meet your workplace safety and health training goals.
Rates for the ILT course depends on the number of participants and changes required (if any) to the course content.
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In-Person Group Training
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‘Large corporations often operate and manage in-house learning management systems (LMS).’
We understand this statement and are ready to support employers in fulfilling their safety training goals by providing you with SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 compatible safety training course files.
If you are in search of SCORM compliant safety training courses developed in compliance with OSHA, HAZWOPER, NFPA 70E, DOT Hazmat, and RCRA safety regulations, then you are at the right place!
As experts in the field of safety training, we at HAZWOPER OSHA Training are aware of the various methods employers use to train their employees. Therefore, we are prepared to develop customized SCORM packages to suit your organization’s safety training needs. As such, we can convert this online OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course into a SCORM package to enable you to train your employees using your company’s LMS, making training accessible and hassle-free.
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All our courses are designed to take a specific amount of time. However, some students may get through the OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course much faster than others. Our OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) training course will take around 1 hour to complete.
This OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course is suitable for employees engaged in servicing and maintenance of equipment and machinery. Craft workers, machine operators, electricians, and laborers are some examples of workers who service equipment and machinery and therefore face the greatest risk of injury. To ensure the health and well-being of employees, hazardous energy must be controlled by preventing its transmission from the source to the equipment it powers up.
The course meets and exceeds the compliance requirements of the OSHA Standard for the Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout), Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.147.
According to OSHA Standards, there are several instances when employees must be retrained in lockout/tagout procedures. These are:
- When there is a change in an employee’s job assignment.
- If there are any changes to machines or equipment used in the workplace.
- Changes to work procedures that may produce new energy-related hazard(s).
- When an employer changes their energy control program or energy control procedures.
- When an inspection reveals any deviation from the specified energy control procedures.
- In instances when an employee does not follow defined processes or demonstrates a lack of knowledge or skill in lockout/tagout procedures.
By taking this OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course again.
Please Note: OSHA does not specify how often someone needs to attend this training. Therefore, refresher training is at the employer’s discretion and may be required if there are regulatory changes.
OSHA does not specify how often someone needs to attend the OSHA Lockout Tagout (LOTO) Training course. It is up to the employer to determine the employee’s capabilities and to designate trained and knowledgeable individuals for a particular job. The final decision about the frequency of retraining rests with the employer.