Lockout Tagout Training

Our training programs are customized and adapted to several approaches for steering committees, managers, supervisors, employees and analysts.

Lockout risk analysis

Training program for your lockout analysts dedicated to developing lockout procedures
Overview of the content (theoretical and practical components):

  • Role and importance of lockout procedures
  • Guidelines to respect (regulations and standards) when assessing a risk (process, content of the procedure, etc.)
  • Steps to conduct a risk analysis (data gathering, data entry, validation, testing)
  • The information to gather (cutoff points, power sources, activities, action of locking and unlocking, zero-energy setup, etc.)
  • The right questions to ask
  • Challenges and issues (precision, rhythm, standardization, information transfer to data entry, etc.)
  • The tools developed (gathering and validation grids)
  • Procedure preparation (methodology)
  • Perform risk assessment on typical equipment (gathering, preparation of placards, validation and testing) using the grids and procedures

Lockout key principles

Training program for employees using lockout
Overview of the content (theoretical and practical components):

  • Why is lockout essential?
  • Statistics
  • The OSHA offensive
  • Factors that ensure a safe lockout
  • Risks associated with hazardous energy
  • Types of energy
  • Consequences of uncontrolled residual energy
  • How to ensure that the energy is controlled?
  • New Canadian standards and regulations
  • Summary of standards and regulations
  • Lockout documentation
  • Placards (why, what, how?) used within the company
  • Appropriate lockout steps
  • Padlocks and accessories
  • Individual and group lockout procedures
  • Practical exercises using our simulator

Successfully implement and carry out your lockout and control of hazardous energy program

Training program for your directors, managers and supervisors (usually the steering committee)
Overview of the content (theoretical and practical components):

  • Standards and regulations
  • The OSHA
  • The Canadian Labour Code
  • The CSA 460 standard
  • Implementing a lockout project (requirements, best practices, options, etc.)
  • Implementation steps
  • Placards and risk analysis
  • The program and procedures
  • Accessories (padlock, labels, records, etc.)
  • The audit
  • Challenges and conditions to achieve success

Other training programs available

Regulatory requirements (OSHA) and their impacts
Requirements of the new CSA Z460 standard

fall protection training
Fall protection
Confined space training
Confined space
Lockout Tagout training
Lockout/Tagout
Respiratory protection training
Respiratory protection
OHS Leadership training
OHS prevention management
Fire services training
Fire services
Electrical safety training
Electrical safety
Machine safety training
Machine safety
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