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Lockout/Tagout Awareness Online Training

Lockout/Tagout Awareness Online Training

Lockout Online Training Course

This new mobile-responsive eLearning course uses a scroll-down interactive design, where the learner moves at their own pace. The goals of this course are to:

Develop an understanding of the purpose and importance of Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) procedures;

Generate learner knowledge regarding LOTO procedures and employee responsibilities;

Prepare workers with the knowledge necessary for effective and safety-conscious decision making;

Course Outline

  • Describe the need for the Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) process 
  • Identify the general responsibilities of groups of workers in the LOTO process
  • Summarize the 4 steps of the LOTO process
  • Recognize the purpose of each step of the LOTO process
  • Recognize procedures for responding to unexpected situations
  • Explain the procedure for returning to normal operations

DISCLAIMER-Any user of the online courses provided by Alert First-Aid Inc. found on the website www.alertfirstaid.com acknowledges and agrees that Alert First-Aid Inc. (the “Company”) disclaims all liability and legal responsibility howsoever caused for the information contained in or referenced in any of the online courses. The Company does not warrant that the information will be sufficient for the user’s purposes and takes no responsibility for the consequences of how the information is used by the user or any employee or affiliate of the user.