Hazardous Energy Control Procedures
Identify the types of energy that can be a hazard to workers in generation facilities.
Explain the fundamental procedures to follow for establishing and working under locks and tags.
Describe the differences in energy control roles between authorized and affected employees.
Determine whether a lockout or tagout device meets requirements for appearance, strength and durability.
Identify the limitations of using tags without locks.
Define the procedures for applying and removing locks and tags.
Explain the special OSHA requirements for temporary removal of locks or tags, group lockouts and tagouts, shift change turnover, and training of outside service personnel.
Define the OSHA requirements for training and retraining.
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