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Hazardous Energy Source – Lockout/Tagout Affected And Authorized Persons – Machine Operators/Non-Operators - When we say lockout that means locking out something. Naturally, tagging means applying a tag. In your company, lockout and tagout can be two of the most important things you can do for safety, particularly when you're using machines and equipment. Generally, the safety purpose of lockout/tagout is to prevent machinery or equipment from unexpected startup or release of hazardous energy while the machinery or equipment is being serviced or maintained. Keep in mind that lockout/tagout safety is more than just turning off the electricity. It means controlling the release of hazardous energy as well.
Topics included in this safety video are: cord and plug connected equipment, hot tap operations, hazardous energy, lockout/tagout, control of hazardous energy, affected employee, authorized employee, basics of a hazardous energy control program, written lockout/tagout program including documented energy control procedures, employee-training program, inspection program, servicing and/or maintenance operations, types of energy isolating devices, requirements of lockouts and tagouts, actions the authorized employee or employees must take, locks or tags to be removed only by those employees who attached them, notify affected employees after removing locks or tags and before starting equipment or machines, contractor personnel involvement, the onsite employer and the outside employer.
Runtime: 16 Min.