Control of Hazardous Energy—Lockout/Tagout
Many accidents can be prevented if energy sources are isolated and locked or tagged out. In this course, you will learn how to identify workplace energy hazards, list safe practices to control hazardous energy, and describe the workplace energy control program.
This course bundle includes the following bite-sized, mobile-ready courses:
How Hazardous Energy Works
Differentiate between potential (stored) and kinetic energy and explain how potential energy can create a hidden hazard.
Types of Hazardous Energy
Identify forms of hazardous energy in the workplace and describe the hazards posed by each energy type.
LOTO Procedure 1: Lockout/Tagout
Describe a basic lockout/tagout procedure and explain Energy Control Procedure requirements.
LOTO Procedure 2: Return to Service
Explain the procedure for returning electrical equipment to service once maintenance is complete.
Workplace Energy Control Program
Describe workplace Energy Control Program (ECP) requirements.