Lock Out Tag Out Training Course

Lock Out Tag Out Training Course

£15.00 (£12.50 ex VAT)

Lock Out Tag Out – Summary

The online Lock Tag Out course explains isolation processes for powered equipment, including lock out, tag out (LOTO) procedures and what can go wrong without a successful isolation process. The course also details other steps required before starting work on powered equipment and when returning equipment to normal operations.

  • Certification:- Lock Out Tag Out Training Certificate available immediately on successful completion of the course
  • Cost:- £15 incl VAT
  • Duration:- 60 mins
  • Format: Available online via desktop or tablet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

 

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Description

Lock Out Tag Out Online Training Course

Lock Out Tag Out: – Course Overview

Work procedures are formed and adhered to, to keep people safe at work. However, many accidents occur during non-routine operations such as when equipment is being maintained, cleaned, fixed or unblocked.

To prevent accidents, equipment should be made safe before such work takes place, and correct procedures followed to reinstate the equipment. Lock out, tag out (LOTO) is an isolation process and one part of the effort for making equipment safe.

The LOTO Course explains a five-step process, from planning to trying out, before work is carried out. It also summarises the steps to be taken after work has finished but before restoring power. As well as more obvious electrical hazards, the course explains that there are other energy sources that might need to be protected against, including hydraulic pressure, gas and moving parts.

Lock Out Tag Out: – Suitable for

Employees or contractors involved with operating or maintaining machinery or plant can use this course as part of an induction process or as refresher training.

Please Note:

Where the lock out, tag out procedure is a significant element of an individual’s job role, it is recommended that this course is used as part of a blended learning approach, for example as preparation for a skills-based practical course or as a refresher of the key points.

Although the course details examples of how energy sources can be locked out, it is still the employer’s duty to carry out specific risk assessments, to have tailored procedures in place and to train employees to use specific equipment.

 

If you are interested in this, check out our Risk Assessment Online Training Course as well!

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