Native Education & Training College
Of Business, Healthcare,
Human Services & Technology
147 McIntyre St. W., Suite 101, North Bay, ON P1B 2Y5
Toll Free: 1.800.267.2577 Fax: 705.497.7839
The sudden release of an energy source during installation, maintenance or repair work is still one of the main causes of serious work accidents. Therefore, energy control (whether electrical, thermal, gravitational, hydraulic or other) is a key element to performing work safely. This lockout e-learning training deals with fundamental principles, tools and methods used to isolate equipment from these energies, and to lock access to these sources to avoid any uncontrolled use.
Any worker, mechanic or operator who performs or participates in work on fixed or mobile machinery.
• Define lockout/tagout
• Describe why hazardous energy is a problem
• Differentiate between an “authorized” and “affected” employee
• List and describe the six steps of an effective energy control program
• Describe lockout hardware
• Describe the training requirements for lockout tagout
• Describe the role of the primary authorized employee during a group lockout
• Describe the procedure for restarting affected equipment
Course Content/ Educational Approach
Training based on high-quality, realistic 3D simulations that allow learners to clearly visualize risk situations and applicable solutions. Many interactions are included throughout the course to ensure the learners’ participation and understanding.
Duration: 40 minutes
Evaluation: Built-in exam
Passing Score: 85%
Internet connection, computer speakers or headphones required.
The duration of the training is a general indication and may vary from one person to another.
This training is recognized by the following client corporations:
Alcoa Canada Cie
Aluminerie de Deschambault (ADQ)
ArcelorMittal Long Products Canada
Elkem Métal Canada Inc.
Glencore – Mine Raglan
Quebec Iron Ore inc. (Minerai de fer Québec inc.)