Nearly 75% of all work-related injuries occur in physical labour-driven industries. Many of these incidents are due to improperly locked out machinery or equipment that result in numerous types of trauma including paralysis, respiratory failure, broken bones, and death.
The Saskatchewan Safety Council Lockout course is a certification-grade course that teaches the principals and applications of a complete lockout to prevent unnecessary incidents and injuries.
- Lockout procedures and requirements
- Legal requirements and regulations
- Introducing an energy control program for your workplace
- Implementing an energy control program
Course Duration: 1/2 Day
To request a course for your company or for more information, please contact us.
"Training informed me and brought me up to date with procedures. "
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