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PPE For Electrical Safety in the Workplace

December 16, 2009
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PPE For Electrical Safety in the Workplace By Chad Wilson NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace provides guidelines for best practices in procedures, programs and clothing for on-the-job electrical safety. Prior to selection of flame resistant clothing for a specific task, a qualified hazard assessor must evaluate the level of protection...
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Tags: clothing, equipment, FR, personel, PPE, protective
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Comply With OSHA Electrical Safety Regulations and Reduce Electrical Injuries With NFPA 70E Training

December 16, 2009
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Comply With OSHA Electrical Safety Regulations and Reduce Electrical Injuries With NFPA 70E Training By Chris Robertson Whether you’re an employee in the electrical field or a company owner that employs electrical workers, constant training is needed to keep up to date on safety and electrical laws. Electrical work is a very dangerous occupation,...
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Tags: 70E, electrical, NFPA, OSHA, Safety, Training
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Electrical Power Tools Safety

December 16, 2009
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Electrical Power Tools Safety By Vic Sunshine Electricity typically travels in a carefully directed closed-system. Electrical shock can occur when the body becomes part of this system, or creates a new system path. The actual damage from shock is from current flow (amperes). As little as 50 milliamperes (or 1/20th of an ampere) can...
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Tags: electrical, OSHA, Safety, Tools
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