Lockout / Tagout Safety Training Videos
Photographed on location aboard working ships in Europe, Trinidad, California and Washington State, The Ship Safety Suite offers vessel operators, trade organizations, vocational schools and marine safety agencies a comprehensive set of vessel familiarization and health, safety, security and environmental training guidelines. Available on individual DVDs or as a four-program set, the recommendations are based on the International Safety Management (ISM) Code.
Onboard Lockout-Tagout depicts real-world lockout-tagout procedures aboard vessels ranging from harbor tugs to super tankers. Lockout-tagout refers to the set of procedures that is essential for protecting personnel, vessels and the environment from damage caused by the inadvertent operation of onboard systems.
Years ago, companies had training programs, but nothing like today. Worker comp hadn’t been invented just yet. Even back in those days, the owners of the companies used something called lockout. Didn’t have fancy tags or even very good locks, but maintenance people were supposed to lock out any electricity that was supporting machinery.
This program is designed to explain the basic procedures, some terminology used in the procedures, and general requirements. Control of hazardous energy sources is the new concept with new requirements for the previous lockout/tagout program.
Hazardous Energy Source - Lockout/Tagout Affected and Authorized Persons - Machine Operators/Non-Operators
The New Lockout/Tagout Program - One of the most effective devices for personal protection around moving machinery is a lockout and tagout program. When you hear the words lockout and tagout it means locking up the energy sources of a machine so it cannot be started. The tagout part of the term refers to placing a tag on a locked machine so everyone will be aware that a particular machine is under repair or maintenance.
Maintenance Person Safety - The definition of a maintenance person goes like this: An individual who’s expected to do the impossible, in the shortest time, at the least expense, and to keep doing it, day after day, year after year without complaining and never achieving the recognition deserved for keeping the organization in good operating condition.