Last updated 5/2017
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 451.72 MB | Duration: 0h 30m
OSHA required training under 29 CFR 1910 and 1926.
What you’ll learn
The student will definitively be able to identify hazardous energy and protect themselves and others while working around it.
This course will benefit anyone starting out in tasks that are regulated by OSHA and serves as a perfect refresher course for experienced workers and supervisors as well.
Usage of a computer or other types of video capable devices, with speakers.
The Control of Hazardous Energy Training course describes the features and implementation of OSHA’s Control of Hazardous Energy standard (29 CFR 1910.147). The material is intended for all “affected workers” and provides the essential information for “authorized workers” to safely perform work on both electrical and non-electrical (moving/rotating, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, or thermal) energy sources.
Upon completing this online course, you will be able to
Identify the main types of hazardous energy and recognize which ones apply to you.Describe the purpose of a lockout / tagout program.Define the responsibilities of the individuals that are affected by a lockout / tagout program.Apply methods and procedures involved in an effective lockout / tagout program.
Section 1: Introduction part 1
Lecture 1 Welcome
Section 2: Introduction part 2
Lecture 2 Introduction
Section 3: Hazardous Energy
Lecture 3 Hazardous Energy
Section 4: Regulations
Lecture 4 Regulations
Section 5: Types of hazardous energy part 1
Lecture 5 Hydraulic, Radiological, and Electrical Energy
Section 6: Types of hazardous energy part 2
Lecture 6 Chemical, Pneumatic, and Thermal energy
Section 7: Let me explain!
Lecture 7 Different energy source types
Section 8: Lock out / Tag out part 1
Lecture 8 LOTO
Section 9: Lock out / Tag out part 2
Lecture 9 Multiple users and specialty equipment
Section 10: More regulations and final stretch…..
Lecture 10 OSHA regulations and summary
Section 11: You did it!
Lecture 11 Congratulations on your efforts!
New employees, current worker’s needing refresher course, and supervisory roles.