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Factory safety is top of mind for every manufacturer. One particularly hazardous safety issue that threatens the workforce on the shop floor is stored energy. This often comes in the form of a machine’s unexpected startup or release of energy during service or maintenance and can cause serious injury or death. Thankfully, proper lockout/tagout practices and procedures exist to protect workers from hazardous energy releases.
During this webinar, Cal/OSHA's Carmen Cisneros and Dan Leiner continue CMTC's monthly factory safety series by discussing proper lockout/tagout to strengthen workplace safety for California manufacturers. This discussion is supplemented with videos and free downloadable materials for participants and viewers.
CMTC is hosting monthly factory safety webinars, now discussing some of the most frequent OSHA citations for factory safety violations.
This webinar was originally presented on October 6, 2021 at 10:00 AM PT.
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