Control of Hazardous Energy Course Description
Electrical hazards can exist at job sites, emergency responses, and industrial plants because of downed power lines, improper use of electrical equipment, unguarded electrical parts, electrical fires, etc. These field operations may also present dangers associated with other hazardous energy sources such as hydraulic, chemical, pneumatic, or stored energy. In addition, servicing and maintenance of field equipment may expose personnel to hazardous energy sources. The Control Of Hazardous Energy Standard helps safeguard employees from hazardous energy while they are performing service or maintenance on machines or equipment.