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Safe application, use, and removal of energy control during critical scenarios is something that every company needs to operate with peace of mind and to become fully compliant when it comes to OSHA’s regulations. In order to achieve this, businesses must invest in lockout/tagout quality training that covers all the relevant topics that allow authorized workers to act accordingly during these situations.

By making proper use of lockout/tagout training, both authorized and unauthorized workers will know in detail what their roles and duties are, acting swiftly and preventing accidents. Creating the right conditions for workers to act and prevent is mandatory by the laws and regulations coming from OSHA. Not complying to these guidelines doesn’t only increases the chances of a work-related accident but also leads to considerable fines and penalties.

At HP Safety Consulting, we have been providing top-notch lockout/tagout training courses that helped our clients to create safer, more efficient work environments. Our team proves its commitment to the client by investing itself and providing an enriching learning experience for the entire staff.

Training Capable Professionals in Energy Control

Trained workers must be able to recognize applicable hazardous energy sources and their implications in their work environment. This is the very best way to prevent incidents during critical scenarios. Therefore, the lockout/tagout training provided by HP Safety Consulting makes isolating hazardous energy sources one of the focus points.

While not all the employees require specialized training, only those authorized to access the machinery and systems’ energy sources, the entire staff must comprehend in great detail what their roles and duties are. Other employees, those who aren’t authorized to act directly during lockout/tagout scenarios, must learn how to behave and what to do in order to decrease the risk of injury. That’s why we provide extensive yet practical knowledge that covers all these matters.

Retraining Process

Retraining is key when the procedures get altered somehow. This is important to mention because companies often care too much about the retraining process, or don’t care at all. Nonetheless, events as new machinery, new job assignments, change of equipment, and change of energy control procedures are real triggers for proper retraining.

At HP Safety Consulting, we are seasoned professionals in both first-time training courses and retraining. Our experience in the field has allowed us to create safer work environments alongside our partners and clients.

If you want to know more about our lockout/tagout training and other OSHA-related solutions, please, get in contact with us. The HP Safety Consulting Team will be happy to help you further.