Employer Resource Institute Webinar
Originally presented on December 6, 2010
|CD Recording Only
Every 23 minutes, a preventable electrical injury occurs in the workplace, so training is essential. NFPA 70E contains the most updated practices for safely working with electricity. While workers must be trained in the requirements of this standard, you also need to provide training to employees on what Cal/OSHA requires, as well.
Join us on December 6 for an in-depth webinar on electrical safety. Our expert will discuss and compare the NFPA 70E requirements with the various Cal/OSHA standards (such as lockout/tagout and preventing electrical shock), as well as the best practices you should follow to ensure the safety of your employees.
- Terminology definitions and differences between NFPA and Cal/OSHA
- When electrical work permits are required
- Why compliance with one standard does not ensure compliance with another, and how to ensure compliance across the board
- How to conduct hazard assessments for the appropriate PPE
- What Cal/OSHA requires in terms of keeping workers safe from electrical hazards
- The essential training electrical safety training you're required to conduct
About Your Speaker:
Leo Muckerheide is principal of Safety Consulting Services, a national safety consulting group located in Austin, Texas. Leo specializes in all aspects of electrical safety as well as environmental and general training for employees and managers. Additional services include on-site compliance audits, pre-OSHA inspections, and hazard assessments, to name a few.
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