MYMIC Training Technologies' Lockout Tagout safety training is created to teach users the proper safety measures and cautions to take when working with hazardous energy and control devices to ensure optimal safety. All of the safety techniques that are demonstrated in the Lockout Tagout safety training are complaint to OSHA's rules, regulations, and standards. This Lockout Tagout training is unique in that is uses augmented reality technology throughout the training. That means that users will experience examples of dangerous and hazardous situations as if they were there in the moment but without being in any real physical harm. Users taking the safety training will be able to interact with the training because there are multiple areas from them to click, as well as periodic quizzes on the material. The quizzes are unique to the safety training because users must receive a certain grade, which is determined by employer, on the quiz to continue the safety training module. Lockout Tagout is a safety procedure which requires that heavy machinery is properly shut off and cannot be turned back on until the completion of maintenance. This requires that hazardous energy be placed in solitude and labeled as inactive before the work is started on the piece of equipment at question. A tag is placed, which identifies the person who locked the hazardous or dangerous equipment, and it is locked until able to safety operate. The worker who locked the hazardous energy is the only person who can unlock the equipment because they are the holder of the key. By doing this, the accidental startup of a machine while it is in a hazardous state or while a worker is in direct contact with it is eliminated. Lockout Tagout is mandated by law in some countries and is considered a safe way to avoid using the hazardous equipment. In today's machinery there can be many hazards for workers such as electricity, hydraulic pressure and accumulation. Many sites have the officially stated policy that only the person who tagged the device can untag it. This means that if a worker goes home after their shift without removing the tag from a device which is ready to use, then they will have to travel back to the site to untag it. Giving approval for the removal of a tag over the phone is prohibited. MYMIC Training Technologies has a dedicated graphics team that is driven to make the best possible training. MYMIC prides itself on making training that is easy for users to follow and also fun for them. Keeping the users engaged is what will produce higher learning retention in employees taking the Lockout Tagout Standards safety training.