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We found 21 video(s) with subject of Lockout/Tagout.
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Video ID: 1484 Minutes: 19 Date: 1996 Language(s): Spanish
Description: Features eight accident recreations to demonstrate the importance of following all prescribed lockout/tagout procedures. The viewer will also learn the responsibilities and safe work procedures of those who are affected by lockout/tagout as well as those that are authorized to service machines and perform lockout/tagout procedures. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences.
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Video ID: 1166 Minutes: 19 Date: 1994 Language(s): Spanish
Description: A roaring Bengal tiger helps demonstrate the power of uncontrolled energy and motivates employees to use the proper lockout/tagout procedures. Graphically demonstrates energy's dangers. Complies with OSHA 1910.147.
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Video ID: 496 Minutes: 24 Date: 1993/2005 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Introduces workers to the principles of electricity, shows how to avoid the dangers of electrical shock and explains correct responses to electrical emergencies. Covers: Importance of following proper procedures; Reporting unsafe electrical working conditions; Personal protective equipment; and Personal verification of lockout/tagout. Spanish on DVD format only.
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Video ID: 571 Minutes: 18 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Demonstrates electrical safety lessons in ten re-created accidents. Highlights importance of teaching qualified electricians to maintain electrical equipment; lock-out/tagout; proper distance, ladder safety and safe work practices. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences. Violation: wrong kind of hard hat is shown being worn in this video.
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Video ID: 779 Minutes: 19 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Features eight accident re-creations to demonstrate the importance of following all prescribed lockout/tagout procedures. The viewer will also learn the responsibilities and safe work procedures of those who are affected by lockout/tagout as well as those that are authorized to service machines and perform lockout/tagout procedures. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences.
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Video ID: 843 Minutes: 19 Date: 1999 Language(s): English
Description: Dramatic presentation: Martha, a veteran plant employee, discovers Ralph unconscious and bleeding beside the turning dryer. As this mystery unfolds, the co-workers recall other lockout mistakes that have caused serious injuries and deaths. Key points: employee complacency, training and authorization, isolating energy sources, lockout devices, and verification. Life and Death Series. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences.
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Video ID: 1437 Minutes: 19 Date: 2008 Language(s): English
Description: The true story of a man killed in a workplace mishap that would have been prevented by lockout/tagout. The video provides overview of the following information: purpose of lockout/tagout; Employee roles and responsibilities; purpose and contents of an Energy Control Plan.
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Video ID: 733 Minutes: 22 Date: 2008 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Reviews critical procedures such as hazards of uncontrolled energy, equipment shutdown and isolation. Dramatic re-enactments of actual incidents. Covers the basic importance of following complete procedures for locking out power to equipment during maintenance and downtime procedures. DVD also has PowerPoint presentation accessible on your computer. Warning! May be too graphic or some audiences.
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Video ID: 360 Minutes: 9 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: A safety-conscious family views home video of their vacation, but instead sees lockout/tagout programs at various facilities. Covers purpose for lockout/tagouts, the types of devices used in lockout/tagout, and the steps taken in the lockout/tagout procedures. Describes the responsibilities of the authorized employee as well as responsibilities of affected employees in lockout/tagout. Suggested to supplement or as refresher training.
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Video ID: 502 Minutes: 7 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Details the steps in the lockout/tagout procedures. Discusses the importance of employee training, pre-planning and review, notification of impacted employees, and identification of energy sources. Suggested to supplement or as refresher training.
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Video ID: 1149 Minutes: 8 Date: 2006 Language(s): English
Description: DVD available. For Affected Employees who work with or around locked out equipment. Basic overview; shows different locks and tags.
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Video ID: 1150 Minutes: 16 Date: 2006 Language(s): English
Description: For Safety Managers and Authorized Employees. Includes what to do in routine and special Lockout/Tagout situations; discusses energy sources and safe startup procedures.
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Video ID: 448 Minutes: 20 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Unexpected start-up or energization can result in workers being crushed, cut, electrocuted, burned, maimed or even killed. Describes lockout/tagout procedures from various energy sources, and the procedural steps to lockout/tagout.
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Video ID: 455 Minutes: 9 Date: 1995 Language(s): English
Description: Sit in on a safety meeting discussion of lockout /tagout. Reviews the basic lockout/tagout procedures and stresses the importance of taking time to protect self and co-workers. Safety Watch Series. CC.
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Video ID: 1188 Minutes: 15 Date: 2005 Language(s): English
Description: For all electrical workers. Describes different types of energy: electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, pressurized liquids and gasses, and a combination. Basic steps of LOTO are presented in detail as well as the steps of removal and re energizing. Covers energy control program and inspection and training requirements. Includes power point presentation on CD. Spanish version V1211
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Video ID: 1297 Minutes: 15 Date: 2008 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: For all electrical workers. Describes different types of energy: electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, pressurized liquids and gasses, and a combination. Basic steps of LOTO are presented in detail as well as the steps of removal and re energizing. Covers energy control program, inspection and training requirements. Includes leader's guide and power point presentation on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only. Also includes Portuguese version
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Video ID: 870 Minutes: 17 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: Trains for compliance of OSHA 1910.147 by explaining critical lock-out/tag-out procedures. Video contains the funny Larry character. He is in reenactments showing the wrong way/right way scenarios that clearly illustrate the importance of energy control and proper procedures.
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Video ID: 1139 Minutes: 14 Date: 2004 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Shows the basic steps of lockout/tagout and re-energizing the equipment. Although environment is for the paper industry, the information is useful for all work environments. DVD only has Spanish. DVD has additional materials accessible by computer including leader's guide and PowerPoint presentation. Spanish version on DVD only.
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Video ID: 142 Minutes: 17 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: Designed to help employers and employees understand requirements for the standard that applies to the control of energy during maintenance and servicing. Slides to video format, animated. In some cases, requirements stated in this program are more restrictive than WISHA. Effective 11/1/04 the standard number and terms in the rule will change. *Permission is granted to duplicate this tape in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
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Video ID: 1573 Minutes: 21 Date: 2011 Language(s): English
Description: Stresses the importance of controlling hazardous energy in all required situations while providing viewers with a basic understanding of the key elements in the lockout/tagout process. Also includes six workplace injury reenactments that illustrate the devastating consequences of improper LOTO operations. Topics include situations that require lockout/tagout, authorized, and affected and other employees, proper use of locks and tags, steps involved in performing a lockout procedure, verifying a zero energy states, returning equipment to service and group lockout procedures. Non-graphic version. For a shorter version order #1574 which includes both graphic and non-graphic versions.
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Video ID: 1574 Minutes: 10 Date: 2012 Language(s): English
Description: Brief version of #1573. Includes graphic and non-graphic versions. Stresses the importance of controlling hazardous energy in all required situations while providing viewers with a basic understanding of the key elements in the lockout/tagout process. Also includes workplace injury reenactments that illustrate the devastating consequences of improper LOTO operations. Topics include situations that require lockout/tagout, authorized, and affected and other employees, proper use of locks and tags, steps involved in performing a lockout procedure, verifying a zero energy state, returning equipment to service and group lockout procedures. Non-graphic version. For the standard version order #1573.
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