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Lockout Tagout Training

LOTO Certification Course


Hazardous Energy Control

Lockout Tagout

Locking out machinery
The lockout tagout training certification should take about 30 to 40 minutes to get you instantly certified in controlling hazardous energy. If you pass the online lockout tagout training your score and card will automatically be posted to your account. We have posted below some general information and commonly asked questions for you to review. The slideshow will assist you with all the answers to pass the online test.

Course Outline:

  • Review legal applications/ramifications - OH&SA related fines & penalties.
  • Who is required to Lockout? Why?
  • Review in detail your specific policies
  • Who requires notification when lockout procedure is to be used?
  • Define lockout / tagout
  • Applicable Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulation
  • Canadian Standards Association Z142 - 02 Code for Power Press
  • Responsibilities and liability
  • Operation: Health, Safety, and Guarding Requirements
  • Generic lockout procedures vs. machine specific lockout procedures
  • More

Lockout Tips:

  • Lockout tagout training the employer is responsible for providing information, instruction and supervision to workers on the proper lockout procedures for each piece of equipment they will be operating.
  • Pre-plan for the lockout by identifying all hazardous energy sources, switches, etc.
  • An initial review should be made to determine which switches, valves, or other energy isolating devices apply to the equipment being locked out. More than one energy source (electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, and gravitational may be involved.

FAQs

Yes, you will be shown a Lockout/Tagout slideshow before you take the 10 question test. You can access this from your account management area.

Your card will be automatically added to your account you created if you pass. Please review our "How Works Page"

3 Years, at which time you will have to get recertified.

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