Reducing Electrical Hazards in the Workplace


The 2015 Edition of NFPA 70E will incorporate a number of significant changes when it becomes effective in the third quarter of this year. Whether for the first time, to revisit its provisions, or to update NFPA 70E-based policies and procedures, this is an opportune time to examine how NFPA 70E might be a solution for “how” to comply with OSHA requirements related to electrical hazards.

There are numerous recognized hazards that workers in a construction and maintenance environment are potentially exposed to on any given day and in the performance of any given task (see photo above). Many of these hazards result from the lack of attention to safety by design and leave a worker feeling that he or she has little choice other than to use PPE to perform the task — that is, if PPE is even provided and used at all. Read the full article from EC&M

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inoLECT, LLC is a team of power system engineering specialists, which experience in Arc Flash Solutions, Power System Studies, Breaker Maintenance, Relay Retrofits, and much more. We also manufacture the industry's most advanced product for Remote Racking, the inoRAC2 Universal Circuit Breaker Racking device.

Posted on August 6, 2014, in Arc Flash Solutions and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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