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Lockout Tagout

Lockout Tagut is an advanced virtual reality (VR) training application that effectively solves a problem many factories face every day. The application provides realistic and interactive training, enabling employees to gain the necessary skills to secure machines in a secure and controlled virtual environment.


Lockout Tagut recognizes and trains the different types of energy found in machines. Here are some of the basic types of energy that are included in the application:

  1. Electricity: Lockout Tagut teaches you how to properly protect machines from electrical energy, such as disconnecting power, locking out circuit breakers, and using the proper tools and procedures.

  2. Mechanical energy: The app trains you to protect machines from mechanical energy, for example, by blocking the movement of mechanical elements, blocking the drive, and the use of locks and tags.

  3. Pneumatic Power: Lockout Tagut instructs how to safely secure pneumatic power machines, such as disconnecting the air supply, venting pressure, and making sure the system is safe to operate.

  4. Hydraulic Power: The app educates you on how to protect machines powered by hydraulic power, such as disconnecting the pump, releasing pressure, and using safety valves and other safety features.

  5. Thermal energy: Lockout Tagut informs you about the protection of machines related to thermal energy, for example by disconnecting the heat source, cooling the components and using appropriate safety procedures.

  6. Chemical energy: The app trains you in the safe handling of chemical energy machinery, such as the correct storage, labeling and protection of chemicals and the use of appropriate personal protective equipment.


During the virtual reality (VR) training offered by Lockout Tagut, employees also learn to recognize where energy is present on the machine. Thanks to realistic virtual simulations, the application enables interactive examination of various machine components and identifying areas where energy may be present.

During VR training, users have the opportunity to explore a virtual machine and identify places where different types of energy may be present. These can be visible elements such as electrical wires, pneumatic or hydraulic pipelines, or control panels. Users learn to recognize these areas and understand how energy is generated, transmitted or controlled there.

Thanks to such a practical approach in a virtual environment, employees gain knowledge and skills that they can apply in real conditions. Recognition of energy locations becomes more intuitive and effective, which contributes to the effective protection of machines and minimizes the risk of accidents.

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