OSHA’s lockout/tagout standard (Control of Hazardous Energy, 1910.147) consistently appears on OSHA’s list of the 10 most commonly cited violations.
As a result, we’ve created this interactive glossary of terms defined in the standard to help you brush up on some of the key concepts.
In addition to this post, we’ve pulled together a second post with a bunch of materials related to lockout/tagout.
Enjoy this one and then move on to the next if you’re interested.
There’s the glossary, immediately below. Let us know if you’ve got any questions.
You may also be interested in our two lockout/tagout training courses:
We’ve included short sample videos from each course below.
Lockout/Tagout for Authorized Employees
Lockout/Tagout for Affeceted Employees
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