- Item # 18D208
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- Mfr. Model # 343
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- UNSPSC # 60106108
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- Item DVD
- Safety Training and Reference Material Subject Lockout Tagout
- Language English
- Video Length 24 min.
- Height 8"
- Width 6"
- Depth 1"
- Provides Line breaking is the intentional opening of a pipe, line, or duct that contains or has contained material capable of causing injury. OSHA requires that all members of a line breaking team understand the hazards related to the material and equipment involved.This course illustrates common hazards of line breaking and provides suggested preventative measures for this type of work. Based on general industry best practices and OSHA regulations, this course covers basic safe work procedures recommended by industry professionals when planning or working on a line break.
- Includes All DVDs include a link printed on the inside cover for customers to download and print documents, including leader guides, tests, answer guides, and completion certificates.
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