• Course Location: SSM and on-site
    Class Size: 16 maximum
    Course Duration: 1/2 day (4 hours) – classroom and practical
    $139 per person / $999 group rate

    Training outside of Winnipeg may be subject to higher pricing.

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      Course Description

    LockoutThis course includes a written assessment to validate training competencies. SSM has also introduced student response technology into the Lockout/Tagout training for a more interactive experience. SSM’s Lockout/Tagout training provides students with the most current legislative information including industry best practices. This program teaches participants how to identify and control all potential energy sources that may result in injury if not locked out. Students will learn how to use different types of devices that may be required to lock equipment out. Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of this course.

      Learning Outcomes

      • Dangers of hazardous energy

      • Locking out machinery and equipment

      • Lockout regulations

      • Your role in the lockout process

      • How to set up an energy control program

    • Theory test and review of test

    Participants will each have the opportunity to perform a mock Lockout/Tagout procedure to reinforce classroom theories.


    Manitoba Regulations Part 16

    Locking out — safety precautions
    16.14(1) when a machine is serviced, repaired, tested, cleaned, maintained or adjusted, an employer must ensure that no worker performs work on the machine until it has come to a complete stop and the worker performing work on the machine has;
    (a) Locked out the machine and removed and rendered safe any hazardous condition.


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    • “Proper hand-off of keys through shift change.”
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