Lockout Tagout Word Game (Control of Hazardous Energy 1910.147)

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What do you do when there’s a hazard?

As any horror movie aficionado will tell you, you lock the hazard out (although discriminating horror-movie watchers may remember that strategy didn’t work so well in The Shining).

But I digress. When it comes to hazardous energy, you definitely want to lock it out and tag it out before working on a machine or equipment. As we all know from OSHA’s Control of Hazardous Energy-Lockout/Tagout regulation (1910.147).

In this article, we’ve got a fun lockout/tagout word game to help you remember all that. You can play it online from this blog post as often as you want. We’ve even set up an option so you can download a free copy for yourself.

Good luck with the game. Or, as the French would say, bon chance!

There’s the game immediately below. Just click the arrow button to give it a try. And feel free to use the comments section below to let us know how well you did.

Don’t forget you can play the game here now, bookmark the site and come back to play later, or click the download button below to download a version in SCORM and import it into your SCORM-compliant LMS.

If you liked this game a LOT, you can download a free copy. Please note that this free copy is in the SCORM format and is intended to play inside an LMS. You can’t play it if you don’t first import it into an LMS. If you’re not sure what that all means, check the two linked articles below before you download the word game.

If you’re now sure you’ve got a SCORM-compliant LMS, go ahead and download the lockout/tagout word game.

Since we’re talking about lockout/tagout, you may be interested in these eLearning courses from our EHS Training Library:
Lockout-Tagout for Affected Employees

 

Lockout-Tagout for Authorized Employees

Line Breaking

Blocking and Cribbing for Heavy Equipment

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Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto is an Instructional Designer and the Senior Learning & Development Specialist at Convergence Training. Jeff has worked in education/training for more than twenty years and in safety training for more than ten. You can follow Jeff at LinkedIn as well.

2 thoughts on “Lockout Tagout Word Game (Control of Hazardous Energy 1910.147)

  1. What other games are available for use in a training setting? This game is nice and I see an applicability to use with adult learners.

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