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Hazardous Energy Control
Lock Out Tag Out

Initiating your workplace Energy Control program is vital. Having the fundamentals in place begins with an all-inclusive audit of equipment and machinery and what power sources are on-site. Verifying that new or overhauled equipment is capable of being "locked out" is crucial.


Often overlooked is the communication of the energy control program and its guidance to newly hired personnel. Be it mechanical, hydraulic, electrical, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other energy sources, your employees deserve the necessary guidelines to prevent the unintended release of hazardous energy.

This is a sample of what is covered:

  • Hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, stored energy, thermal & beyond

  • Best practices 

  • Roles of authorized and affected personnel

  • Planning and coordinating your L.O.T.O. efforts for the safety of all

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