Ensuring the safety of your workplace is paramount, and one critical aspect often overlooked is the Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) process. We invite you to join our upcoming webinar, where we’ll delve into the common mistakes to avoid, how to effectively engage your employees, and the importance of compliance with LOTO procedures.

Webinar Details:

  • Date: June 17
  • Time: 9AM Pacific
  • Duration: 1 Hour
  • Platform: Teams

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Common LOTO Mistakes: Understand the frequent pitfalls in LOTO procedures and how to avoid them.
  • Employee Engagement: Discover strategies to ensure all employees are informed, involved, and committed to safety protocols.
  • Compliance: Learn the essential aspects of LOTO compliance to avoid costly penalties and ensure a safe working environment.

Learn Better Strategies So You Don’t Become a Number Too

  1. Incident at Cascade Manufacturing: A worker at Cascade Manufacturing was severely injured due to a failure to follow proper LOTO procedures. The incident resulted in multiple fractures and a lengthy recovery period. The company faced $200,000 in fines and compensation costs, not to mention the loss of productivity and the impact on employee morale.
  2. Lennit Corporation’s Costly Oversight: Lennit Corporation experienced a tragic accident where an employee was fatally injured while servicing a machine that had not been properly locked out. This incident led to OSHA imposing a $500,000 fine and additional costs related to legal fees and settlement with the employee’s family. The company’s reputation suffered significantly, highlighting the critical need for stringent LOTO practices.

By attending this webinar, you’ll gain invaluable insights to prevent such incidents and foster a culture of safety within your organization. Our experts will provide practical advice and real-world solutions to enhance your LOTO processes, and you can earn CE points.

Reserve Your Spot Today!

We look forward to your participation in making workplaces safer together.