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Ensure your employees are knowledgeable about proper lockout/tagout procedures so that they can avoid being injured by the unexpected start-up or release of energy.
OSHA’s Control of Hazardous Energy standard (29 CFR 1910.147) mandates training, inspections, and recordkeeping to ensure that workers will not be injured by unexpected start-up or release of energy from a machine or piece of equipment during service or maintenance.
Whatever your role in lockout/tagout, you need to understand the reasons for lockout/tagout and know the established procedures. Lockout/Tagout: Put a Lock on Hazardous Energy is designed to raise your awareness about the importance of lockout/tagout and teach you both when and how to follow the procedures every time they’re needed.
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Employees in general industry workplaces who repair, service, maintain, test, operate, or who have access to an area where machines may be locked out or tagged out for any reason
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