Overview & Objectives
In the construction field, employees and employers alike may find themselves working near or directly with hazardous energy, including electrical, thermal, chemical, nuclear, and others. Due to their hazardous nature, it’s critical to know how to control hazardous energy and keep yourself safe on the job. In this online Control of Hazardous Energy for Construction course, participants will receive intermediate-level hazardous energy training to help them identify and prevent dangers in the field.
Jobs involving hazardous energy carry the potential for workplace accidents, injuries, and even fatalities. To help prevent these occurrences, this course covers several relevant topics, including:
- Hazardous energy basics
- Anticipation, recognition, and evaluation of hazardous energy
- Control of hazardous energy (COHE)
- Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) procedures
- Isolation of hazardous energy
- Zero energy state systems
Who Is This Course For?
Control of Hazardous Energy for Construction was designed for members of the construction field, including:
Features & Benefits
By completing this course, participants will receive the training needed to work safely with and around hazardous energy sources. Specifically, they will review fundamental information about hazardous energy, the importance of proper COHE, and how to recognize, anticipate, and understand sources of this energy.
In Person Training
Participants in this course can expect to be engaged with a dynamic, intentional, and highly experienced instructor. Our in-person class allows for questions to be answered immediately, open discussions, and hands-on learning. Some classes can be done via Zoom (just give us a call) and can be combined with virtual-blended learning. It is our goal to teach with a variety of strategies that allow everyone to be engaged in a fun and comfortable learning environment.