About the Course
Course Duration: 1/2 day
This course is for those who wish to develop competency in Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) procedures and their practical implementation, and to increase awareness of risk when working with machines.
Maintenance and facilities personnel, safety officers, plant managers and supervisors.
On completion of this training participants will be able to:
- Determine the types of work may require a permit to work
- Highlight who is responsible for preparing and issuing permits
- Detail the information to be included in a permit to work system
- Understand what must be in place before, during and after permit to work situations
- Introduction to permit to work systems
- Creating a permit to work system in the workplace
- Permit to work in practice – example and case studies
Multiple Choice Questions
Additional Course Requirements
- Have a good level of English
Lock Out Tag Out Course FAQ's
What is Lock Out Tag Out training?
Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) training provides plant managers and supervisors, safety officers, and maintenance and facilities personnel, with information on LOTO procedures and their practical implementation. LOTO is a fundamental health and safety practice for anyone working with heavy machinery or in an industrial environment.
Why do Lock Out Tag Out training?
This course is vital for anyone who wishes to implement a Lock Out Tag Out system. It will provide those who are responsible for LOTO procedures with a full overview of how they work. An efficient LOTO system is essential for good health and safety, and so LOTO training is essential for anyone involved with operating, maintaining or managing potentially dangerous machinery.
What will you learn during Lock Out Tag Out training?
The ASM Group Lock Out Tag Out training will cover:
- What is a LOTO procedure?
- When should you use LOTO
- How to implement a LOTO system
- Risk assessments and LOTO
- Reviewing your LOTO procedure
- What can go wrong with LOTO
How long is Lock Out Tag Out training?
The LOTO training takes half a day and there are spaces on the course for 12 attendees. Participants must have a good level of English, and will be assessed through multiple choice questions.