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Energy Isolation
Energy Isolation

Wed, Jun 05

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Indonesia

Energy Isolation

The course will provide authorized workers with step-by-step procedures for isolating equipment using such techniques as lockout tagout, lockbox, blinding, misalignment, double block and bleed, and single valve isolation.

Time & Location

2 more dates

Jun 05, 2024, 8:00 AM – Jun 07, 2024, 5:00 PM

Indonesia

About The Training

OVERVIEW

Energy Isolation is designed to cover the OSHA standard to ensure that workers are protected from injury due to unexpected release of energy during equipment maintenance and startup. Participants will receive an introduction, for affected and authorized workers, to the Energy Isolation Standard, the types of energy sources, potential hazards, and how to control them. 

The course will provide authorized workers with step-by-step procedures for isolating equipment using such techniques as lockout tagout, lockbox, blinding, misalignment, double block and bleed, and single valve isolation. It emphasizes each employee’s responsibilities during those procedures using practice exercises and simulations.

OBJECTIVES

  • Demonstrate familiarity with the principles of Energy Isolation
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of energy sources
  • Demonstrate a basic awareness of procedures standards and practices
  • Understand the need for implementing Safe Systems of Work
  • Understand common terminology related to isolation and control
  • Understand common energy hazard
  • Understand the differences between Best Practices and Minimum requirements for Energy Isolation
  • Understand the purpose, principles, and practices of isolation procedures and safety rules – for their role, and others involved in the operation of isolation systems and the legal issues associated with the same
  • Identify Primary Isolation practices versus Positive Isolation practices; including where and when each is used. Also, understand industry terms associated with these objectives.
  • Identify the different pieces of equipment used in positive isolation including where and when they should be utilized
  • Describe the Roles and Responsibilities for achieving safe and reliable process isolation
  • Prepare for shut down, isolation, and start-up of machines and equipment
  • Shut down and isolate machines and equipment.
  • Start up machines and equipment following shutdown and isolation.

COURSE CONTENT

  1. Legislation, companies, and individuals under the ACT
  2. The purpose of isolation
  3. Introduction to Energy Isolation (Electrical)
  4. Safe Systems of Work
  5. Safe working practices
  6. Electrical Isolations and Techniques
  7. LOTO requirements
  8. Earthing requirements for isolation
  9. Issues/problems associated with Electrical Isolation
  10. Documentation, Instrumentation, Control, and Associated Mechanical Systems
  11. The types of energy sources including stored energy
  12. Responsibilities of Lockholder, Authorised Persons, and Isolation Leaders
  13. Mechanical Systems, Hydraulics, Pneumatics and Potentially Explosive Energy
  14. The Individual Isolation Procedure
  15. The Group Isolation Procedure
  16. The Authorised Removal of a Personal Padlock
  17. Isolation Breaches
  18. Isolation Summary
  19. Practical workplace isolation assessment (manage the isolation process, shut down, isolate, verify, reinstate) on two systems.

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