Lock Out, Tag Out

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Lock Out, Tag Out

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

9:30 AM – 12:00 PM (English)


Failure to lockout/tagout machinery before working on it can cause serious injury and death. Workers have been electrocuted, lost fingers and arms, or suffered severe crushing injuries and death because machinery was energized while they tried to repair, maintain or adjust it. You need to prevent machine-related injuries by establishing and using an effective lockout/tagout program. Learn your legal responsibilities and how to establish and implement an effective lockout/tagout program. Get your employees educated on this important regulatory requirement. Learn how to prevent related injuries or deaths, and how to have your employees work safely with or around equipment and machinery and prevent costly Cal/OSHA fines and lawsuits.
Presented By:

5001 California Avenue, Suite 150
Bakersfield, CA 93309

Cost: $0
(This seminar is open to everyone at no charge)




Learn your legal responsibilities, and how to:


  • Establish and implement an effective lockout/tagout program. What are the key requirements?


  • Educate all employees about the lockout/tagout procedure, and its importance in preventing serious injuries and deaths


  • Identify all power sources that require lockout/tagout procedures, including electrical circuits, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, spring energy, and gravity-type systems


Who should attend?

Managers, Supervisors and Machine Operators

Register By: July 4th, 2014

If registering after this date, please call us to confirm availability. If you require any special accommodations, please inform us when registering for the seminar. Seminar schedules are subject to change; all registrations will be confirmed upon receipt.


Sign up online:


Or, register by phone to:

Arlene Vega
(661) 616-4700

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