This Lockout Tagout (LOTO) training class covers specifics regarding the OSHA Standard (Control of Hazardous Energy) and information to assist the attendee in establishing and implementing a Lockout/Tagout program for their work place. The course objectives will also provide the attendees with information and an understanding of specific elements of a Lockout Tagout program.
Target Audience lockout tagout
This course introduces the importance of lock-out tag-out procedures as part of a safe system of work or permit to work. It’s a perfect overview for anyone new to LOTO and anyone with responsibility for the LOTO process
Course Content lockout tagout
Outline the purpose and importance of LOTO:
• For controlling maintenance activities.
• Accident case studies.
Identify energy sources for common machinery and equipment:
• Stored vs residual.
• Electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal.
• Capacitors, springs, elevated machine parts, flywheels, hydraulics, pneumatics, steam pressure, etc.
Outline common methods of isolation and LOTO devices:
• Isolators – electrical, mechanical, etc.
• Lock-out devices (where lockable energy isolator).
• Tag-out devices – where isolator cannot be locked.
• Single vs multiple LOTO.
Outline methods of dealing with stored energy: lockout tagout
• De-energise, restrain, disconnect, etc.
Outline the procedure for applying and removing LOTO:
• The personnel/roles – authorised personnel (to assess, apply/remove LOTO).
• LOTO application – prepare for shut-down, shut-down, apply LO or TO devices to energy isolation
devices, treat stored energy, verify isolation.
• Consideration of isolation carried over several shifts (handover).
• LOTO release – inspect equipment, clear away essential personnel, remove LOTO devices, return to normal service.
|Course||Fee INR||Duration||Course Timing||Date Commence||Remarks|
|LOTO||5,000||1 day||10:00-18:00||Tuesday||Practical Exercises|