OSHA Changes to Electrical Safety Regulations

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This webinar occured on:  May 2, 2013

In March 2013 OSHA made several changes to the regulations from 1910.269, 1926 and 1910.300 series affecting utilities, construction and general industry. This webinar will review these changes and their impact on industry.

Most companies following the latest version of NFPA 70E or the NESC will be unaffected as these regulations bring the OSHA standards in compliance with the 2012 versions of these documents with a few twists.

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This webinar occured on:  May 2, 2013


Hugh Hoagland, Managing partner of e-Hazard Management LLC and President of ArcWear.com in Louisville, Ky.

e-Hazard’s electrical safety training is used by more NFPA 70E members than any other program, and ArcWear does most of the world’s arc testing at Kinectrics Lab in Toronto. Hugh’s training is widely followed since it does not promote any specific PPE but is the most conversant training on the real issues safety directors and end users face with in complying with the NFPA 70E standard and the National Electrical Safety Code.



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Revco Industries
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Duration: 1 Hour