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To “lock something out” means to physically place a lock onto an energy-isolating device in accordance with a developed and implemented procedure.
By locking something out you are essentially achieving a zero energy state prior to servicing or maintaining equipment, machinery or processes.
Lockout typically involves
- Stopping all energy flows
- Closing and locking switches
- Securing and blocking machinery
- Bleeding and blanking valves
- De-energizing equipment
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This program is designed to ensure employers, management, and workers understand the hazards associated with uncontrolled energy and the proper methods of controlling that energy through a properly developed and implemented lockout program.
Lockout training course modules
- Lockout and Definitions
- Hazardous Energy Control Program
- Lockout Devices and Steps to Lockout
- Lockout Processes
- Alternate Hazardous Energy Control Methods
This course will take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
Upon successful completion, a 2 year Lockout certificate will be issued automatically.
Lockout is often required when a Confined Space is entered. Please see our Confined Space Online Training Course for more information.
Due to the nature of the workplace and the limitations of Online Training, GVCA strongly recommends that on completion of your Lockout/Tagout Online Training you immediately apply your gained knowledge in a practical way to ensure your ability to perform the actions adequately before entering the workplace.
Compliance and Regulations:
All Grand Valley Construction Association online health and safety training courses have been developed according to stringent regulation and according to each Province’s legislation.
Following this, a lock (usually locking the device or the power source with the hasp), is placed in such a position that no hazardous power sources can be turned back on. The procedure requires that a tag (sometimes referred to as “Tagout”be affixed to the locked device indicating that it should not be turned on. The combined process is sometimes called Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) or lock and tag.Lockout/Tagout Training Regulations