Locking Out a Tagging Out Accidents is a complete audio/visual package designed to meet OSHA training requirements for OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.147. Included in this training package is an implementation plan, management systems, procedures, checklists, training information, a summary of the OSHA lockout/tagout standard, and a copy of the Federal Register lockout/tagout notice. A sample employee training booklet is also provided. The audio/visual training program includes descriptions of hazardous energy sources, lockout/tagout devices, and energy isolating devices. It also features a review of the OSHA standard requirements and identifies the steps for locking out and tagging out. Topics covered include the following:To analyze the differing effects of the rule, OSHA has divided the affected industries into a high-impact group, a low-impact group, and ... trade: retail food stores: and several service industries, including personal services, business services, automotive repair, miscellaneous repair, and amusement services. ... The Agencya#39;s analysis focuses on the potential regulatory effects to high- and low -impact firms.
|Title||:||Locking Out and Tagging Out Accidents|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1992-11-24|