Manufacturing workplaces are full of hazards. When machines startup up unexpectedly, or other unplanned releases of hazardous energy occur, it is possible an employee could be injured as a result. This training course discusses how facilities control these hazards using lockout/tagout procedures and following California OSHA regulations. Per California’s OSHA requirements, all facilities must have written Hazardous Energy Control Procedures. These procedures outline information such as where hazardous energy applies, the means to enforce procedure compliance, who is authorized to perform lockout/tagout, and more. In this course, viewers learn who qualifies to perform lockout/tagout procedures, as well as what the procedures include. They also learn about lockout/tagout devices and how to return the equipment back to service. By the end of this course, viewers understand why and when lockout/tagout occurs, who is affected, and what procedures to follow to keep their facility safe.