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During this course you will learn about; the purpose and scope of the lockout/tagout standard, lockout and tagout procedures, training criteria, and periodic inspection criteria.
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This module begins with an explanation of the Control of Hazardous Energy found in Oregon Administrative Rules, Division 2, Subdivision J. It includes the elements of a written energy control program and finishes with a list of examples of potentially hazardous energy sources.
This module explains how to develop a proper energy control program. You will learn how to perform an effective lockout/tagout and test the equipment to ensure a zero-energy state.
This module addresses training processes and inspection requirements to reduce injuries from re-energized hazards that workers face.
This final module includes a quiz to test your knowledge of the lockout/tagout standard. After successful completion of the quiz, you will receive a certificate of completion and a survey where you have the option to provide your input on the course.
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This course has been approved for CEUs.
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