lockout tagout of hazardous energy course

Intended for

Suitable for all persons required to take the role of the plant authorised person or the role of the affected person

Introduction

This course is based on the practical application of the content from “Part One”. This course will help to satisfy the requirements for training as required in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations for those who are working in areas where Lockout programs are in place, or whose job requires them to actually do the Lockout and isolate the energy sources. MHSWR requires that managers of equipment requiring lockout for safe maintenance put in place systems that ensure the task can be completed safely.

Subject modules

Topics covered in this course will include:
• Review of the legal requirement for locking out equipment including responsibilities of the owner, supervisor and worker
• Consequences of improper lockout or lack of lockout
• Machinery standards
• Different kinds of energy
• Different types of energy
• Generic lockout policy vs. machine specific lockout procedures
• Safety devices
• Isolating energy sources
• Understanding of a specific lockout procedure
• Understanding the organisational lockout/tagout policy
• Theory test

Entry requirements

Previous training is not essential

Assessment method

By continuous assessment, written and practical test

Course duration Standard

course is one day
(this can be extended or reduced subject to client requirements)

Candidate ratio

1:6

Revalidation period

Certification valid for 3 years

This Lockout and Tagout Certificate course, addresses practices and procedures that are necessary to disable machinery or equipment and to prevent the release of potentially hazardous energy while maintenance and servicing activities are being performed

Overview

This course is based on the practical application of the content from “Part One”. This course will help to satisfy the requirements for training as required in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations for those who are working in areas where Lockout programs are in place, or whose job requires them to actually do the Lockout and isolate the energy sources. MHSWR requires that managers of equipment requiring lockout for safe maintenance put in place systems that ensure the task can be completed safely.

Client

Suitable for all persons required to take the role of the plant authorised person or the role of the affected person

Skills

Industrial Safety Courses

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