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Lockout/Tagout: Protecting Workers in Manufacturing under OSHA 1910.147 (MFG350J)

Presented By : Tom Barron
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Pre Recorded Webinar
90 minutes
  •  Tue, March 17, 2015
Event Description
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OSHA 29 CFR 1910:147, "Control of Hazardous Energy," or commonly known as "lockout/tagout," has been a general industry requirement since 1990. 'The purpose of the standard is to protect workers from injury or death due to unexpected release of hazardous energy. 'Since its inception, this standard remains one of the top 10 most commonly violated and cited regulation. 'Willful non-compliance of the requirements contained within the standard can be expensive and could result in additional civil or criminal penalties if injuries or fatalities occur. 'Fines for failure to implement or maintain a compliant program can range from thousands to millions of dollars depending on the severity and whether willful non-compliance. The challenge for businesses of all sizes is to understand their obligations under the standard, and how to implement an effective, cost-efficient compliant program.

The information presented in this webinar by Tom Barron will explain current regulation requirements, examples of recent case citations and fines issued to employers, and lessons-learned from a LOTO program review performed by the presenter. Webinar attendees will go away with the necessary working level knowledge to aid them in determining if their current program satisfies the standard's requirements.

In this program, you will learn:

  • What is and is not covered (exempted) under the standard
  • Difference between affected vs. authorized employees performing service or maintenance activities
  • What's the difference between personal and group protection
  • Energy control procedures – development and use by authorized employees for your systems, machines or equipment
  • Characteristics of an effective training program
  • Performing periodic inspections of your program's compliance and effectiveness
  • What the OSHA compliance officer looks for if he pays you a visit

Who should attend

  • Industry professionals working in heavy goods manufacturing, automotive, and engineering services
  • Managers and supervisors of workers deemed affected or authorized employees under the standard
  • Safety professionals charged with monitoring program activities
  • Trainers developing or providing training on standard requirements
  • Facility or maintenance managers
  • Administration professionals
  • Production and plant managers
  • HR and OSHA compliance officers
  • Health and Safety Officer
  • Quality Manager
  • General Manager
  • President
About Our Speaker(s)

Tom Barron, Manufacturing Regulations ExpertTom Barron
Tom Barron, Ph.D., CIHM, CECD, CECM is president of 21st Management Corporation located in Paducah, KY.  Dr. Barron has over 39 years of diverse industry experience working with nuclear power licensees, construction contractors, healthcare facilities, and general industry companies and business owners helping ensu... More info

 
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