This course will teach you how lockout-tagout programs work and the different roles workers play to make them successful. You will be taught to identify proper lockout-tagout procedures, which workers are authorized to perform those procedures, and the special provisions of lockout-tagout programs.
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Electricians, plumbers, HVAC, or any personnel who work on or around de-energized systems (electrical, steam, pressure, hydraulic, mechanical, pneumatic or other) to conduct maintenance or repair work on systems