Effective Lock Out / Tag Out (LOTO)
Date: 8th – 9th May 2019
Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
MAIN LEARNING OBJECTIVES AND KEY BENEFITS:
- Understand the Purpose of Lock Out Tag Out
- Design a Lock Out/Tag Out Procedure for Control, isolation and a re-activation Procedure
- Set Priorities in Lock Out Tag Out Procedure Implementation
- Design an Energy Control Programme
- Identify the needs and benefits of Group Lock Out Tag Out
- Determine the steps required to perform testing on equipment being repaired or serviced
- Recognise the Importance of “Best Practices” for an effective Lock Out Tag Out Programme
- Understand the importance of a written procedure for re-energising systems
- Understand the link to SMS and Control of Work (CoW)
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard addresses safety procedures used in the workplace to ensure that dangerous machines are properly shut off and not able to be started up again prior to the completion of maintenance or servicing work. This requires that hazardous energy sources be isolated by deenergizing machines and equipment to render them inoperative.
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) protects against the physical hazards that can result in serious injuries due to the power of machinery and equipment, where a hazardous energy requires to be isolated, controlled and made safe. Injuries happen to people when they are in contact with an energy level above that which will cut or crush or break bones or cause serious shock.
Government Safety Organisations in many countries will quote poor LOTO as a major cause of serious injury or death in industry. Good LOTO Procedures and Efficient Hazardous Energy Control Programmes should ensure Safe incident-free Maintenance, Repair and Service activities.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Maintenance Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
- Service Engineers
- Plant and Machinery Operators
- H & S Managers
- Maintenance Managers
- Production Managers
- Design Engineers
- Project Managers
- And any other Professionals who are responsible in handling machineries in an organization