Introduction|Types of Energy|Lock Out/ Tag Out Devices|Lock Out/ Tag Out Procedures|Dissipating Energy|Special Situations|Release Procedures|Electrical Systems|Hydrolic & Pneumatic Systems|Conclusion
Lockout/tag-out procedures are required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to prevent electrical accidents from occurring at commercial and industrial worksites. These laws protect individuals that set up, maintain, or repair machinery. OSHA estimates following these regulations saves at least 100 lives and prevents 60, 000 injuries each year. This video defines what lock-out/tag-out procedures are, how to properly to lock-out/tag-out and the purpose of these procedures. In addition to discussing the types of devices to use, the video illustrates the proper way to lock-out/tag-out such as turning your head to the right when pulling switches. Use this online video training to teach workers the importance of lock-out/tag-out procedures and the steps they must take to prevent serious accidents and injuries when working with energized equipment.