Lock training should meet the requirements of four levels: first, equipment operators and equipment debugging experts should pay attention to the basic requirements of the company's Lockout tagout project, focusing on the actual hands-on training of equipment with high frequency of use. Second, supervisors should have a full understanding of project management responsibilities and know how to train and correct employees' behaviors. There should also be a wider range of stocks of equipment within the supervisory location if properly isolated. Third, the training for equipment maintenance personnel should be more comprehensive, because they need to face most or all of the company's machinery and equipment. Fourth, electrical workers shall meet the special requirements specified in section S of osha's electrical standards.
Employers can seek assistance from organizations or individuals with educational design experience to provide specific training to their employees according to their own situations.
Nothing wastes more resources than one-size-fits-all training. Meaningless training can not provide their jobs need professional only, also can't bring any protection for its, NSC and their states to set up offices, local professional technical college and special industry suppliers are very good resources, can provide special formulation of training content and design education, and meet the specific needs of employees.