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Good, Bad, and the Ugly: Using the Changes in NFPA 70E-2012 and NESC 2012 to Improve Your Electrical Safety Program

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This webinar occured on:  August 29, 2012


Hundreds of deaths and thousands of disabling injuries still occur annually due to shock, electrocutions, arc flash, and arc blast, although most of these could be prevented through 70E compliance, according to NFPA, which says the 2012 edition of the 70E standard makes it easier to ensure an electrically safe working area.

The NESC sets ground rules for safeguarding employees through installation, operation, and maintenance of electric supply and communication lines and equipment.

This webinar will look at critical changes that can reduce PPE costs, help avoid unnecessary paperwork, and make sure your program complies with the updated program and OSHA requirements.

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This webinar occured on:  August 29, 2012


Speaker:

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.

Duration: 1 Hour