Electrical Safety - Lockout/Tagout

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Arc Flash: Facts and Prevention SS1086IE (10 Min.)
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Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards and how employees can avoid it on the job. Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don’t think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it’s important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, cardiac arrest… even be fatal. Topics covered in this program include shock and how to avoid it, what arc flash is, personal protective equipment, creating an electrically safe condition, avoiding arc flash situations and more. This program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
Arc Flash: Facts and Prevention SS1086IS (10 Min.) Spanish
Description
Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards and how employees can avoid it on the job. Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don’t think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it’s important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, cardiac arrest… even be fatal. Topics covered in this program include shock and how to avoid it, what arc flash is, personal protective equipment, creating an electrically safe condition, avoiding arc flash situations and more. This program is one of the most effective and efficient ways to get employees the training that they need, in a classroom or individually through their desktop or tablet computer.
Aviation Lockout/Tagout - SS4000AE
Description
Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in maintenance areas. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
Aviation Lockout/Tagout - SS4000AS Spanish
Description
Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in maintenance areas. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
Basic Electrical Safety SS1085IE (11 Min.)
Description
This video explains the basics of electrical safety in an easy to understand manner. A great program for new employees or experienced employees in need of refresher training.
Basic Electrical Safety SS1085IS (11 Min.) Spanish
Description
This video explains the basics of electrical safety in an easy to understand manner. A great program for new employees or experienced employees in need of refresher training.
Electrical Safety in the Laboratory - M19005E
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Electrical Safety in the Laboratory emphasizes the need for safety when using electricity, and discusses how to reduce the potential for accidents involving electrical shock, fire and explosions. Today, laboratories rely on a vast array of electrically powered equipment. To work safely with this equipment, employees need to understand how electricity works, be aware of common electrical hazards and know how to use electricity safely. Areas covered in the course include how electricity works, common electrical hazards, fuses, circuit breakers and grounding, using and maintaining electrical equipment, accidents and emergency procedures, and more.
Lockout Tagout Refresher (Employee) - A4929E
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Lockout/tagout is a procedure that isolates a piece of equipment form its energy source. Its purpose is to prevent a piece of equipment from accidentally starting up while a person is performing maintenance or repairs. Before you perform any work that requires lockout/tagout, make sure that you've been properly trained.
Lockout/Tagout - SS1036AS (14 mins) Spanish
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
Lockout/Tagout – SS1036AE (14 mins)
Description
It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day due to failure to properly lockout-tagout equipment. This program covers the purpose of lockout-tagout, the hazards associated with the accidental release of stored energy, proper lockout-tagout procedures for attaining zero energy state, proper startup procedures and special situations. Referred by many professionals as the best training program in the market, Lockout-Tagout creates an awareness and respect for the hazards and motivates your workers to follow best practices to prevent incidents and ensure their safety.
Safe Electrical Work Practices and the 2018 NFPA 70E - E1717
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This video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. Other key changes include: Revised reference tables for establishing approach boundaries and selecting arc-rated clothing & PPE An additional unit of measure for incident energy, selecting arc-rated PPE, and establishing an arc flash boundary Updates of key definitions An explanation of employer and employee responsibilities
Safe Electrical Work Practices and the 2018 NFPA E1717S Spanish
Description
This video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. As such, the electrical safety program, the shock hazard assessment, and the arc flash hazard assessment must now consider the likelihood as well as the severity of injury related to an electrical hazard. When controlling risk, the 2018 regulation now requires that a specific hierarchy of controls be followed. Another new requirement is that the potential for human error be considered in all risk assessments. Annex Q has been added to help explain how human performance can be applied to workplace electrical safety. The required elements of the Electrical Safety Program have been revised to now include a written job safety plan in addition to a job briefing, inspection of equipment, incident investigation, and risk assessment. Other key changes include: Revised reference tables for establishing approach boundaries and selecting arc-rated clothing & PPE An additional unit of measure for incident energy, selecting arc-rated PPE, and establishing an arc flash boundary Updates of key definitions An explanation of employer and employee responsibilities
Solid Waste: Lockout Tagout - SS10035AE (13 min.)
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In most industries it is as simple as turning off the power and installing a lock to prevent the power from being turned back on. In the solid waste industry the purpose is the same, protecting employees, but the energy sources we need to control aren’t usually controlled by just a circuit breaker. This program takes a detailed look about how to properly lock and block trash hauling vehicles during maintenance and clean out operations.
Supermarket: Lockout/Tagout - SS11002AS (7 min.) Spanish
Description
Failure to lock out and tag machinery before working on it is a major cause of injury and death in the United States. Workers can be electrocuted or lose fingers, hands, arms, or suffer severe crushing injuries because machinery is inadvertently turned on while being serviced or maintained. Lockout/Tagout prevents these in juries. This short program is designed to explain basic lockout/tagout procedures, some terminology used in the procedures and general requirements.
Supermarket: Lockout/Tagout (7 min.) SS11002AE
Description
Failure to lock out and tag machinery before working on it is a major cause of injury and death in the United States. Workers can be electrocuted or lose fingers, hands, arms, or suffer severe crushing injuries because machinery is inadvertently turned on while being serviced or maintained. Lockout/Tagout prevents these in juries. This short program is designed to explain basic lockout/tagout procedures, some terminology used in the procedures and general requirements.
To The Point About: Lockout/Tagout Programs - ETP05E (14 mins)
Description
Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the unexpected starting of machines or other unplanned releases of hazardous energy. Controlling hazardous energy can prevent injuries and save lives. That is the point of our facility’s “Energy Control” or “Lockout/Tagout” program. And that is the point of this program. Topics the energy control plan, situations requiring lockout/tagout, lockout/tagout devices, energy control procedures and returning equipment to service.
To The Point About: Lockout/Tagout Programs - ETP05S (14 mins) Spanish
Description
Our workplace is full of hazards, hazards that can hurt us or kill us. Controlling these hazards and preventing injuries is the point of our safety and health program. One such hazard is the unexpected starting of machines or other unplanned releases of hazardous energy. Controlling hazardous energy can prevent injuries and save lives. That is the point of our facility’s “Energy Control” or “Lockout/Tagout” program. And that is the point of this program. Topics the energy control plan, situations requiring lockout/tagout, lockout/tagout devices, energy control procedures and returning equipment to service.