Manufacturing and General Industry

Lockout/Tagout

Date Added Resource Source
Nov 2012

Lockout Tagout Safety Training Powerpoint

http://complianceandsafety.com/blog/safety-powerpoints-home/lockout-tagout-powerpoint/

Free Lockout Tagout powerpoint presentation provided by Compliance and Safety.

(Compliance and Safety)
Jun 2011

Using Lockout and Tagout Procedures to Prevent Injury and Death during Machine Maintenance (PDF)

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/wp-solutions/2011-156/pdfs/2011-156.pdf

Workers are at risk of severe injury and death during machine maintenance and servicing if proper lockout and tagout procedures are not followed. NIOSH recommends developing and implementing a hazardous energy control program including lockout and tagout procedures and worker training to prevent such incidents.

(NIOSH)
Feb 2007

OR-OSHA's Guide to Controlling Hazardous Energy (Accompanying fill-in forms in Microsoft Word©)

http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/osha/pdf/pubs/cddocs/3326doc.html

The following Publications have fill-in forms on their accompanying CD, including checklists, policies and procedures. The publications are available as PDF documents online, or can be ordered online.

(Oregon OSHA)
Jan 2005

Lockout-Tagout Interactive Training

http://www.osha.gov/dts/osta/lototraining/index.html

The Directorate of Technical Support presents the 1910.147, Lockout/Tagout Interactive Training Program which includes Tutorial; Hot Topics and Interactive Case Studies.

(OSHA)
Aug 2003

OSHA Safety and Health Topic: Control of Hazardous Energy

http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/controlhazardousenergy/

The following questions link to information relevant to the control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) in the workplace: What standards apply?; What is lockout/tagout and why is it needed; Where can I find example lockout/tagout programs?

(OSHA)
Aug 2003

Lockout/Tagout OSHA Fact Sheet (PDF)

http://www.osha.gov/OshDoc/data_General_Facts/factsheet-lockout-tagout.pdf

This material is for training purposes only. Its purpose is to inform Oregon employers of best practices in lockout/tagout as relevant to occupational safety and health and general Oregon OSHA compliance requirements.

(OSHA)
Mar 2003

Preventing Worker Deaths from Uncontrolled Release of Electrical, Mechanical, and Other Types of Hazardous Energy

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/99-110.html

This Alert describes five fatal incidents in which workers contacted uncontrolled hazardous energy during installation, maintenance, service, or repair work. To prevent such deaths, the recommendations in this Alert should be followed by every employer, manager, supervisor, and worker who installs, maintains, services, or repairs machines, equipment, processes, or systems.

(NIOSH)
Mar 2003

OR-OSHA's Guide to Controlling Hazardous Energy (PDF)

http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/osha/pdf/pubs/3326.pdf

This guide is based on the requirements in Oregon OSHA's standard for hazardous energy control - Subdivision 2/J, 1910.147, which protects employees who could be injured as a result of the unexpected release of hazardous energy. The requirements apply when an employee doing service or maintenance work on a machine or equipment could be injured by the unexpected start-up or release of hazardous energy. Lockout and tagout are the primary methods of controlling hazardous energy.

(Oregon OSHA)

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