Working around and with electricity can expose employees to serious hazards that could result in electrocutions, burns and arc flash injuries.
In addition, OSHA has requirements based on NFPA 70E that you must understand and comply with in order to assess electrical hazards and minimize the associated risk of injury. That’s why electrical safety should be an important element of any company’s workplace safety program.
During this information-packed webcast you'll learn:
• How to determine who is “qualified” to perform electrically hazardous tasks
• What tasks are not always understood to be “electrical work”
• How to assess shock hazards and arc flash hazards
• How to apply different electrical hazard mitigation strategies
• What recent advances have been made in electrical safety PPE
• How to maintain an electrical safety compliance calendar
Featured speakers include Phil Haataja, a safety consultant at J. J. Keller who is an NFPA-Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP). Phil has 20+ years of experience in industrial safety and his career is all about helping workers with safer work practices and NFPA 70E compliance.
Be sure to bring your questions for the live Q&A session that will follow the event!