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Lock Out/Tag Out Training

Containing hazardous energy in order to perform repairs and routine maintenance is essential for protecting the safety of your employees. OSHA has mandated the Lock-Out/Tag-Out Standard and requires employers to provide training on this standard for their employees. Such training involves following specific steps to turn off the power sources, like electricity, hydraulic pressure, or steam, and then securing them with locks or tags to prevent them from being turned on again until the work is completed. When your employees complete this training, you significantly reduce their chance of injury or death on the job.

Lock Out/Tag Out Training (14)

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Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

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SKU: AT026

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

SKU: AT026

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

33 minutes

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

Safety 101: OSHAs Top 10 Training Course

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SKU: EOL-370

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

SKU: EOL-370

Languages: EN ES FR

Produced: 2022

33 minutes

Six Steps to Lockout/Tagout Training Course

Six Steps to Lockout/Tagout Training Course

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SKU: AT007

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2019

SKU: AT007

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2019

5 minutes

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Lockout Tagout: Secure Safely Training Course

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SKU: AT001

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2018

SKU: AT001

Languages: EN ES

Produced: 2018

17 minutes

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Hey Atlantic Training, my team is already pretty good with these procedures. Why do we need your Lock-Out/Tag-Out training programs?

The kind of training covered in these programs is required by OSHA’s mandatory "Lock Out/Tag Out" regulation. Our approach to training utilizes scenario and environmental simulations that employees can recognize. This makes it easy for them to completely absorb what is needed when it comes to hydraulic, pneumatic, or electric-powered equipment Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures. When you engage with training as thorough as ours, you protect the well-being of everyone involved.