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DOE-HDBK-1002-96
5. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING
This section identifies the training program elements that will increase the trainee's awareness
of the hazards associated with the industrial environment, and with precautions that should be
followed in the performance of daily activities. This training is applicable to all chemical
operators. Additional training should be designed to cover those portions of the Facility
Industrial Safety Manual not addressed by this section or by the general employee training
program.
5.1 Lock and Tag Program
Instruction should be provided that will enable the trainee to perform the following:
Describe the general requirements of the facility lock and tag procedure, and other
related procedures
Describe general requirements for using various types of locks/tags
Locate the lockout/tagout log book and explain how to use it
State who is responsible to place and remove locks/tags
Demonstrate how to verify proper lockout/tagout prior to commencing work on
equipment
Explain the responsibilities assumed by individuals working within a locked/tagged
boundary
Explain the consequences of violating locks/tags
Demonstrate the step-by-step procedure to initiate, post, and remove each type of
lock/tag associated with job requirements at the facility
Explain controls on electronic lockouts/tagouts (DCS users)
Describe the types of magnitude of hazardous energy sources and the methods for
energy isolation and control.
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