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FULL TITLE: LOCKOUT/TAGOUT AND ISOLATION
UNIT STANDARD: Not aligned, but forms part of the requirments of various unit standards
DESCRIPTION: This lockout/tagout (LOTO) and isolation course is developed for both novice and experienced operators who may be required to assume lockout/tagout responsibilities during the course of their activities in the working environment. Learners will, upon completion of the training programme, be able to identify the legal issues involved in working with dangerous machinery; understand what is meant by lockout/tagout and isolation procedures; know which responsibilities are apportioned to which role-players for the standards to function properly; know what elements are required in order for the systems to function and know the various lockout/tagout and isolation procedures.
DURATION: Full Training (Novice): 5 Days
COURSE CONTENT: Legislation regarding dangerous machinery in relation     to lockout/tagout and isolation procedures
What is lockout/tagout and isolation about?
Lockout/tagout and isolation procedure responsibilities
    We introduce learners to the roles played by     management, developing procedures, identifying LOTO     training needs, procedures must be widely     communicated, ensuring staff compliance, ensuring that     procedures are effective, management providing,     testing and maintaining lockout equipment,     administration of lockout documentation and records,     operators, artisans and contractors, who may perform     lockouts, evaluating hazards, achieving a zero state of     energy, adhering to the lockout procedures, advising     the supervisor of changes that would require changes to     the lockout system, advising supervisors of missing or     broken lockout devices, participating in mandatory     lockout training, not removing locks or tags that are not     their own and reporting to the supervisor any hazards     and disciplinary measures for tampering with locked or     tagged equipment.
Procedural requirements
    We outline the items needed for LOTO, written LOTO     schedules, precautions to be considered when doing     lockout and isolation, first principle of safe lockout/     tagout, risk instructions, precautions for specific energy     hazards, lockout don'ts, removing lockout devices and     what to do when lockout devices cannot be removed.
Lockout/tagout procedures
    We discuss the scope of the procedures, electrical     lockout procedure, mechanical lockout procedure     (valves, suspended loads, kinetic energy, vessels),     procedure to be followed during shift or responsibility     handover and precautions to be considered when doing     lockout and isolation.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: The company and learners must meet the conditions of the training requirements before theory training can be given.

For any queries regarding the requirements and conditions of lockout/tagout training, feel free to contact our skills development advisor for more information.

 
 
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HRETD are providers of accredited and non-accredited training for the industrial and mining sectors. Whether you require full (initial) training for your operating staff or recertification (refresher) training, we can assist in all the main categories such as lifting machines, earthmoving equipment, driver training, specialised training giving by subject experts and Health and Safety training. For a complete list of training courses offered, download our course directory.



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