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Course Title: Five Solutions to Reduce Hazardous Energy Control Risks

Course Type: Webinars

Objective: This webinar focuses on hazardous energy control (HEC) risks and several solutions to reduce those risks. The webinar discusses methods for assessing risks in maintenance and the importance of developing detailed lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures. In addition, the webinar provides information on the different ways to verify energy controls for equipment/machinery, conduct periodic effective inspections, and enhance the effectiveness of your organization’s HEC training and education efforts.

Pre-Requisites: This intermediate-level presentation is beneficial to personnel wanting to learn more about improving their organization’s policies and procedures related to assessing risk in maintenance, lockout/tagout (LOTO), periodic inspections, and employee training. Attendees should have a fundamental understanding of the OSHA standard, 29 CFR 1910.147, The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout), prior to the webinar. Personnel gaining the most benefit from this presentation may include safety and occupational health (SOH) professionals, process design engineers, preventive maintenance supervisors, and authorized and affected employees.

Session Information

Course Start Date: Jun 15 2023 13:00 EDT

Course End Date: Jun 15 2023 14:00 EDT

Location: CTC MS Teams Meeting Room, link provided below in Accommodations


Alyssa Gormish, CTC, DoD SMCX Safety and Environmental Professional

Ms. Gormish has worked on the SMCX program since 2012, supporting all DoD Services and Agencies. She also has experience conducting environmental, energy, and resource management projects for CTC clients.


Robert Barnikow, CTC, DoD SMCX Principal Safety and Occupational Health Professional

A CTC employee working on the SMCX program for over 15 years, Mr. Barnikow supports Army, Navy, and Marine Corps sites. He is also an OSHA Challenge Administrator and supports DoD sites in the Challenge Program and seeking OSHA VPP Star recognition.


Brad Renwick, CSP, CTC, DoD SMCX, Safety & Occupational Health Professional

Mr. Renwick has been with CTC for over 10 years and the SMCX program for 8 years supporting all DoD Services and Agencies. Prior to the SMCX he supported the Army conducting baseline industrial hygiene surveys.