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Safety Training Presentation

Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.147

New LNG Train, Skikda Project, Algeria.

Prepared by: Jason Morgan

What Is Lockout/Tagout?
Referred to as LOTO Blocks flow of energy from power source to the equipment Provides means of warning (tag)
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Regulatory Requirements
OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.147–Control of Hazardous Energy Covers operators and service personnel Requires training of employees

Types of Lockout Devices Locks Blocks Chains Multilock hasps Wheel valve covers Ball valve covers .

Requirements For Lockout/Tagout Devices They must be: Durable Standardized Substantial Identifiable .

Energy Sources Electricity Hydraulic Pneumatic Steam Thermal Chemical Gravity .

Example: Of Typical Equipment Requiring LOTO Presses Saws Conveyors Pumps Production Equipment Trash Compactors Ovens Compressors Actuator Valves Tanks .

Typical LOCKOUT/TAGOUT Examples: .

When Must LOTO Be Used? When servicing or maintaining equipment where: Hazardous energy exists Unexpected start-up could occur Either of these could harm an employee .

LOTO Shall Be Used When: Employees are required to remove or bypass a safety device Employees are required to place any part of their body in harm’s way Employees are exposed to hazardous energy .

LOTO Exceptions Work where hazardous energy does not exist Activities performed during routine production processes Work on cord-controlled devices Hot tap operations where shutdown is not feasible .

Typical LOTO Procedures Performing a shutdown Isolating equipment Applying and removing lockout devices Safely releasing stored energy .

Affected Employees Employees who Operate Work around Occasionally adjust equipment that is subject to LOTO .

Authorized Employee Maintains equipment Services equipment Is trained to use LOTO .

Company Responsibilities Ensure de-energization of equipment Ensure employee awareness Provide appropriate levels of training Review program effectiveness Maintain and revise program Administer appropriate disciplinary actions .

Maintenance Responsibilities Lockout/Tagout prior to service or repair Remove or cut locks off isolation devices Ensure proper training of authorized employees .

when equipment needs repair or adjustment Leave all LOTO devices in place Verify equipment is safe to operate following LOTO Follow all safety rules while operating the equipment . etc..Affected Employee Responsibilities Notify maintenance.

Authorized Employee Responsibilities Repair or service equipment as needed Ensure that all energy sources are locked out Test equipment to verify residual energy is dissipated Place a “Danger—Do Not Operate” tag on equipment .

) Obtain assistance when necessary Remove locks and/or tags following LOTO Coordinate multi-shift repair .Authorized Employee Responsibilities (cont.

Training Requirements Authorized employees—initially and at least annually Affected employees—at least initially Authorized and affected—whenever changes are made to jobs or procedures Authorized and affected—when program deficiencies are noted .

How to Perform LOTO Safely Follow company safety procedures for LOTO Refer to procedures on how to lockout specific equipment Keep everyone informed when equipment is repaired or serviced Stay alert Use common sense .

Sample of LOTO signs used .

Sample of LOTO Tags used. Jason Morgan 0770539428 .

.Sample of LOTO locks used.

Sample of LOTO Stations .

lockable key cabinets for Authorized personnel .Sample of LOTO key control.

True or False . 3. _______. and _______. An authorized employee is one who _________ or _________ the equipment. True or False 4. The LOTO standard is designed to block the flow of energy to a piece of equipment.Quiz 1. LOTO is not required. If a safety device is removed from a piece of equipment. True or False 2. 5. Types of LOTO devices include _______. It is not required that a company have written procedures for proper lockout/tagout.

Typical energy sources found on equipment include: _______. True or False 9. 10. Affected employees are those who operate or work around a piece of equipment. and _______. the employer or company has no additional responsibilities under 1910.147. Locks should always stay on the equipment during a shift change.) 6. _______. Training for authorized employees must be conducted _________ and at least _________. As long as an employee has had training on LOTO.Quiz (cont. True or False . 7. True or False 8.

True. An authorized employee is one who services or maintains the equipment. 2. wheel valve covers and ball valve covers. 4.Quiz Answers 1. blocks. LOTO is required when a safety device is removed. chains. . 5. an employee is in harms way or when employees are exposed to hazardous energy. Types of LOTO devices include locks. a company must have a written program and procedures. If lockout is required. It should block the flow of energy and provide a means of warning. False. hasps. 3. False.

hydraulics. Typical energy sources include: electricity. pneumatics. 7. chemical and gravity. Training is just one of the responsibilities of a company. False. Training for authorized employees must be conducted initially and at least annually.Quiz Answers (cont. 8. 10. thermal. 9. False. steam. Locks should be removed during shift change and the shift coming on duty should place their locks on the equipment. Affected employees are those who operate or work around the equipment. True. .) 6.

APPLICATION E. SHIFT OR PERSONNEL CHANGES (ii) N. PURPOSE B. GROUP LOCKOUT/TAGOUT F.For more detail. refer to KBR HSE Manual Doc No:PR201 Section 8 – THE CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY (LOCKOUT/TAGOUT) Summery of procedure contents: A. GROUP LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PERMIT . TRAINING AND COMMUNICATION K. PERIODIC INSPECTION J. SHIFT OR PERSONNEL CHANGES (i) I. TEMPORARY REMOVAL H. GENERAL D. PROCEDURE M. LOCKOUT/TAGOUT REMOVAL G. DEFINITIONS C. RETRAINING L.