HRETDs lockout and isolation (and tagout) training course details
 
Lockout and isolation
SAQA unit standard: Not unit standard aligned, but forms part of the requirments of various unit standards
Field: No unit standard exists
NQF level:  No unit standard exists
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Maximum learners per group: Ten learners
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Novice training duration: Three days
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Re-certification training duration: One day
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HRETDs lockout and isolation (and tagout) training course details
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HRETD offers training in the SADC regions and beyond
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Training requirments
Advanced driving
Crane operations
Lift trucks
Lifting operations
Earth moving plant
Construction plant
Scaffolding
Construction site safety
Health and safety
Accident/incident investigation
Confined space entry
Fire fighting level 1
Fire fighting level 2
First aid level 1
First aid level 2
General housekeeping
Handling HAZMAT
Health and safety rep
Hot work permissions
Lockout and isolation
OHS in depth
OHS overview
Stacking & storing
Stacking & storing HAZMAT
Working at heights
Workshop & powertools
Landscaping tools
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Included in this mutimedia training programme This lockout/tagout (LOTO) and isolation course is developed for both novice and experienced operators who may be required to assume lockout/tagout responsibilities during the course of their daily activities in the working environment.

Learners will, upon completion of the training programme, be able to identify the legal issues involved in working with dangerous machinery; understand what is meant by lockout/tagout and isolation procedures; know which responsibilities are apportioned to which role-players for the standards to function properly; know what elements are required in order for the systems to function and know the various lockout/tagout and isolation procedures.

Entry requirments

Grade 10 certificate (full Maths and English literacy) or equivalent qualification.

For any queries regarding the requirements and conditions of lockout/tagout and isolation training, feel free to contact our skills development advisor for more information.


Health and safety training

Each learner will recieve

Lockout/tagout (LOTO) and isolation systems training

Occupational health and safety


Course content

Legislation regarding dangerous machinery in relation to lockout/tagout and isolation procedures

What is lockout/tagout and isolation about?

Lockout/tagout and isolation procedure responsibilities

We introduce learners to the roles played by management (LOTO Officer, Permit Authorising Individuals, Authorised individuals etc.), developing procedures, identifying LOTO training needs, procedures must be widely communicated, ensuring staff compliance, ensuring that procedures are effective, management providing, testing and maintaining lockout equipment, administration of lockout documentation and records, operators, artisans and contractors, who may perform lockouts, evaluating hazards, achieving a zero state of energy, adhering to the lockout procedures, advising the supervisor of changes that would require changes to the lockout system, advising supervisors of missing or broken lockout devices, participating in mandatory lockout training, not removing locks or tags that are not their own and reporting to the supervisor any hazards and disciplinary measures for tampering with locked or tagged equipment.

Procedural requirements

We outline the items needed for LOTO, written LOTO schedules, and precautions to be considered when doing lockout and isolation, first principle of safe lockout/tagout, risk instructions, precautions for specific energy hazards, lockout don'ts, and removing lockout devices and what to do when lockout devices cannot be removed.

Lockout/tagout procedures

We discuss the scope of the procedures, electrical lockout procedure, mechanical lockout procedure (valves, suspended loads, kinetic energy and vessels), procedure to be followed during shift or responsibility handover and precautions to be considered when doing lockout and isolation.

Gauges and warning devices

We explain the different types of gauges we find on front end loaders, identify the different warning systems and appropriate action to be taken by operators and identify the different warning lights, buzzers and hooters.

Front end loader controls 

We identify the controls found on a front end loader, explain the purpose and functioning of controls and demonstrate the operation of each control.

Front end loader checks 

We identify the checks an operator must do on a front end loader, explain how to perform the checks and why and demonstrate how to perform the checks. 

General front end loader safety

We explain the importance of safety when operating a front end loader, the safety rules and the site rules.

Front end loader operating techniques

We explain and demonstrate the different operating techniques and explain the disadvantages of excessive idling and intermittent revving and what different exhaust smoke colour indicates.

Transporting the front end loader

We explain the safety aspects a front end loader operator must consider when loading the machine for transportation and explain how to correctly load and position the front end loader on the transporter.

Professional operator's attitude

We explain why a professional operator should have a positive attitude to his/her work and team, what is considered a positive and good attitude, be able to identify and solve problems and communicate in the work place.

Assessment methods

We conduct a formative theoretical assessment at the beginning of the course to gauge the learner’s initial understanding (novices only). At the end of the training, a summative theoretical, as well as a practical application assessment is conducted, and the learner is found competent, and if not, additional developmental areas are identified and suggested.

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HRETD certification policy

This training programme is registered and accredited by the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) in accordance with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) unit standard number 262747 and Department of Labour requirments, and the Namibian Training Autority.

HRETD offers training programmes, from short skills courses to train the trainer courses. We specialise in legal compliance training that is accredited with the TETA and CETA when it comes to technical training, operator training, in service training and onsite training. Our assessors and facilitator trainers responsible for assessment, recertification and certification offer effective training that is Cost effective, competitively priced and affordable in the SADC region including Namibia. We also offer course development. For the transport and logistics industry we offer driver training, advanced driver training and Dangerous goods by road training, as well as diesel locomotive shunting and Fuel bowser training. Rigid heavy vehicle, tip truck, vehicle combination and Water cart training are also offered. When it comes to crane operations training, the lifting machines we specialise in are Heavy cranes and Mobile cranes, as well as Mobilifts, Cabin Overhead cranes, Pendant Overhead cranes and Single girder hoists. We also do Telescopic materials handler, sometimes called Telehandlers and Truck mounted cranes, sometimes called HIAB and Tower cranes. We train on a variety of lift trucks and forklift including counterbalanced lift truck, Advanced defined purpose lift trucks, defined purpose lift trucks and Side loader lift trucks. We also do rough terrain lift trucks, Reach trucks and Pedestrian stackers. Besides these, we also train on order pickers, Side loaders, Very narrow aisle lift trucks and Rail mounted stackers. We give a variety of lifting equipment and lifting operations training including Basic rigging, Banksman and Lifting equipment inspection. We also offer Safe lifting practise training. When it comes to earthmoving plant, we do articulated dump trucks, Concrete dumpers, Excavators and Face shovels. Also offered is Front end loaders, Graders and Rigid dump trucks. We specialise in training for Scrapers, Skid steer loaders and TLBs. Other earthmoving training includes Track type dozers, Tractors and Wheeled dozers (bulldozers). Tractor loader backhoe and dumpers are also offered. Our construction plant training courses includes Asphalt pavers, MEWP (also called cherry picker or mobile elevating works platform), rock breaker and jackhammer, rollers (road rollers) and Tyre handler attachments. When it comes to scaffolding training, we give scaffolding erecting and scaffold inspection – basically scaffolding safety which complies with SANS 10085 – 2004. Our health and safety training includes Construction Regulations 2014 overview or in depth, Construction site flagman and Excavation safety inspection. We also do Ladder inspection, Site safety awareness and Working at heights (also referred to as heights safety or fall arrest as well as Accident/incident investigation and Confined space entry. We offer accredited Fire fighting level 1 and Fire fighting level 2, as well as accredited First aid level 1 and First aid level 2 training. Other safety training we offer is General housekeeping, Handling HAZMAT and Health and safety rep (also called SHE rep and SHEQ), permissions training such as Hot work permissions, Lockout and isolation (also called Lockout Tagout training) We cover the OHS in depth and we have an overview course. We provide Stacking and storing and Stacking and storing HAZMAT (Hazardous materials) training. We train in powertools safety (correctly written power tools) such as Angle grinders, Boilermaking techniques (and welding and arc cutting), Cut-off saws and general Workshop safety including hand tools. When it comes to landscaping (both horticulture and agricultural), we offer Brush cutters, Chainsaws and Lawnmower training.
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