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MBB Consulting™ - Lock Out Tag Out Training In Dallas, TX

Lock Out Tag Out Training In Dallas, TX

Lock Out Tag Out Training
Dallas is the US 9th and Texas 3rd largest city. Lock Out Tag Out training teaches Dallas students about safe energy source isolation.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
Format In-person, instructor-led slideshow with exercises and a quiz to test comprehension.
Materials Each student will receive a 3-ring binder containing print-outs of the slideshow. Assuming satisfactory quiz results graded a few days after class, each student will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Class Size4 - 12 students
Start Day
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CityDallas, TX

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About Lock Out Tag Out Training


Who is Lock Out Tag Out Training for?

LOTO training is for anybody working with or around equipment especially people who could enter equipment work envelopes intentionally or accidentally. The course is especially relevant to Machine Operators, Maintenance personnel, and Machinists. We recommend training while on-boarding employees into at-risk roles, plus refresher training at least every 12 months. OSHA requires energy control procedure be separately inspected at least annually. Employees should also be retrained at least internally any time their work instructions are changed especially in any way with LOTO or other safety ramifications. In our course, Dallas students learn:

Lock Out Tag Out Training Course Overview:

Lock Out Tag Out training helps Dallas students avoid injury by zeroing out or controlling energy sources before entering a machine's work envelope. We have been in plants with fatalities and serious injuries; amputations, etc. Safety is no joke. But we still see it being treated that way in more than half of the factories we visit: totally exposed pinch points, Operators intentionally defeating safety devices, working in machines while the machine remains energized. And for no reason other than "convenience". Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) is a topic that needs to be continually reinforced. We are zealous about safety. Our trainers have the experience and right attitude about safety to deliver.

What are Dangerous Energy Sources?

Chemical.
Hydraulic.
Mechanical.
Pneumatic.
Stored.
Thermal.


Stay safe. Save a life; possibly your own. Sign up for Lock Out Tag Out Training today.

Dallas

D-Town

Excellent choice! Dallas is home to 21 Fortune 500 companies including Exxon Mobil, JC Penney, AT&T, Texas Instruments, and others. With the construction of multiple railroads, Dallas became a booming trading center especially for cotton attracting workers from neighboring states. Skyscrapers emerged early. Petroleum was discovered around Dallas establishing the city as a market hub. Communications, Engineering and manufacturing evolved from WWII. City inventions include the Superbowl, and frozen margarita machine. Local foods include BBQ, Mexican, Tex-Mex, and margaritas. Have fun and take time to enjoy the city after your MBBC Lock Out Tag Out Training class.

Dallas
SUMOTUWETHFRSA
Dallas, TX
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Facility

Dallas Lock Out Tag Out Training occurs out of our facility next to White Rock Creek and Bert Fields Park.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.

Ricky H.
Ricky H.
Sr. Product Specialist
Materials


FMEA training via video conference was excellent with great real world examples. Material and format kept me engaged. The class was more than I expected. I (also) liked Measurement System Analysis training even though I was somewhat familiar with Gage R&R, I learned new techniques that can help me visualize the data quicker / easier. There were also areas where I was able to ask questions more applicable to my new role in this new company. Process Control training was informative and engaging. IATF training was excellent. Instructor was able to answer all of my questions and go above and beyond in assessing my own documentation. I now have not only a better understand of the subject, but I feel confident in the documents we send to our customers



Phil M.
Phil M.
Molding Process Engineer
Aerospace


Very interesting and relevant content and excellent (SMED) presentation.