Mar 20, 2019
Exposure to electrical equipment carries risk, whether at installation, inspection, maintenance, repair, upgrade, or replacement. The most obvious hazards are death or injury from electrical burns, shocks, arc flash, fires, and explosions, but...
By allowing inspections outside the danger zone, workers can stay out of harm’s way while reducing costly downtime.
The main place for electricians to focus on the toxin problem is in the workplace
You already have OSHA, so why also follow NFPA 70E?
Shortcuts that seem to make sense at the time can lead to disasters.
The deadline for safety professionals to submit speaking proposals for the 2019 Safety Leadership Conference is Friday, March 15.