COHE

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AcronymDefinition
COHEContinuum of Humanist Education
COHECenter of Occupational Health and Education (Washington)
COHEControl of Hazardous Energy
COHECommission On Higher Education
COHECollege of Osteopathic Healthcare Executives (American College of Healthcare Executives)
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Hayes: Generally, the plant looks at the machine control system and says, "We feel that the levels of functional safety of this control system are adequate for what we are doing." The new lockout/tagout standard ANSI/ASSE Z244.1-2016 The Control of Hazardous Energy Lockout, Tagout and Alternative Methods includes alternative methods in addition to or in lieu of lockout/tagout.
* Control of Hazardous Energy (OSHA Section 29 CFR 1910.147) involves setting up a Lockout/Tagout program to protect employees.
It includes OSHA record-keeping requirements, the Hazardous Waste Operations and Response Rule, Hazard Communications Standard and related EPA right- to-know requirements, Lockout/Tagout Rule covering the control of hazardous energy, Confined Space Standard, and references to on-point regulations and law.
The Control of Hazardous Energy, often referred to as LockOut/TagOut, requires that equipment be de-energized before maintenance or other work occurs on the equipment.
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