Five key steps of an electrical safety program
ONE (1) CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOUR (PDH) AVAILABLE FOR ALL ATTENDEES.
Working around electricity in an industrial environment can be very safe if workers are trained to identify and control electrical hazards. NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace identifies safe work practices to protect workers from the hazards of electricity, including electric shock and electrocution, arc flash and arc blast, but fatalities from contact with hazardous electrical energy have remained flat for the past decade. This webcast will discuss key steps you can incorporate into your electrical safety program to improve the effectiveness of the requirements in OSHA and NFPA 70E.
- How to gather information to identify electrical hazards
- Explore and pinpoint electrical safety hazards
- Learn audit procedures for electrical safety training
- Review important equipment selection criteria
H. Landis "Lanny" Floyd, PE, CSP, CESCP, CMRP, CRL, Life Fellow IEEE
Gary Cohen, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology