Lockout/Tagout: Ensuring a Safe Working Environment

Hazardous energy can endanger, injure, or kill. Avoid these dangers by isolating the energy source until your work is done. This program, coupled with your company's lockout/tagout program, is intended to keep your crew safe.

  • Help your crew understand the hazards of energized equipment
  • Reduce the chance of damage to equipment on your vessel
  • Help your crew work more safely and efficiently by increasing their procedural awareness


  • Reasons to use a lockout/tagout program
  • Hazardous energy and equipment
  • Types of locks and tags on a ship
  • Overview of lockout/tagout procedures

This fast-paced video presents lockout/tagout procedures in four basic steps:

  • Plan - The role of the Isolation Coordinator
  • Isolate - The sources of hazardous energy
  • Verify - Both sources and isolations
  • Lock - Tagging, backup, and security
Available on:On Demand
Length: 13
Audio: EN
Subtitles: EN, FR, ID, RU, SP
Item no: DVD0-44
Categories: Personal Safety, Engineering
STCW: Electro-Technical Rating (A-III/7)

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