Lockout/Tagout & Lockout/Tags Plus

OSHA Lockout/Tagout, 2 1/2-Hours

Course Description
This course is designed for engineers, maintenance workers, or supervisors who are responsible for the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or startup of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees and what they need to know in order to effectively and safely do their job.  Topics covered include: types of energy and their hazards, electrical safety basics, Federal/State requirements, contractor coordination, six steps for lockout and lock out devices.  Course can be general or tailored to a specific operation/facility.


  • Purpose
  • Definitions
  • Types of energy
  • Energy Control Program
  • Energy Control Procedures
  • Materials and hardware
  • Standardization
  • Lockout/tagout devices
  • Periodic inspection of procedures
  • Training requirements
  • Release or removal of stored energy
  • Group lock-out/tagout
  • Removal of locks or tags

OSHA Lockout/TagsPlus, 2 1/2-Hours

Course Description
The OSHA Lock-out/Tags plus training course is designed to provide attendees with information about the control of hazardous energy during servicing, maintenance, repair of machinery, equipment and systems in the maritime industry.


  • Written program
  • Criteria for locks and tags
  • Lockout/Tag Log
  • Written Procedures
  • Group-Contractors Lockout/Tags Plus
  • Shift Changes/Procedures for removal
  • Materials and hardware
  • Training requirements
  • Incident investigation
  • Audits/Recordkeeping