LOTO Affected Employee Training

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LOTO Affected Employee Training


LOTO Affected Employee Training


OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147

Course Length

1 hour

Course Capacity




Who is this for?

Employees who work with equipment or work in an area with equipment that may be subject to lockout from authorized users.

Course Description

This course provides affected employees with an understanding of the basic principles of lockout/tagout and the associated hazards. This course includes but is not limited to the following:

Course Description Points

·        Understand the purpose and use of lockout/tagout

·        How lockout protects against accidental restart

·        Responsibilities as related to lockout

·        Communication between authorized users and affected employees

Base Cost (Plus Travel)

$500 (up to 10)

$750 (up to 20)

$1,000 (>20)

 + $10/wallet card (option upon request);

Concurrent sessions same day 50% of base price for each additional course up to 4 per day.

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Just wanted to drop you a note to let you know what a FANTASTIC job your instructor did today.  He has given his presentation to over 300 wage employees.  He is very thorough in presenting.  He is also very polite and have been extremely flexible throughout the day.  We look forward to having him back soon to provide more quality training to our employees.

Mary Krampe
Senior ES&H Specialist
Fisher Controls

OMG – best instructors ever!!!!!!!!!  Seriously, I would like to have them back every year in November to facilitate refresher training for us…fantastic!

Danielle Lindsey
Human Resources Manager
McCormick Spice

The EI Group is exceptional in its service, products, support, and people! Our local DPR Construction employees were very fortunate to receive FA/CPR/AED training from Amy and Cary Heggen at our regional office in Morrisville. I received nothing but positive feedback for the Charlotte trainer at our Forest City jobsite, too. All of the comments reflected upon the training being above and beyond anything they had experienced before.

Christine Parke
Field Office Coordinator
DPR Construction