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Electrical

  • Arc Flash Safety

    C-356 Arc Flash Safety An arc flash is a type of electrical explosion. It’s a serious hazard when working on or near energized electrical equipment. OSHA requires that all employees understand the electrical hazards to which they are exposed. This...

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  • Electric Shock

    C-623 Electric Shock Electrical appliances and machinery are found in virtually every home and workplace. While they are common and convenient, they can also be quite dangerous. Thousands of people are shocked every year. An average of 60 people die each...

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  • Electrical Safety General Awareness

    C-305 Electrical Safety General Awarness Spark discussion with your team on effective ways to recognize, evaluate, and avoid electrical hazards. Topics covered include personal protective equipment related to electrical safety, OSHA requirements for...

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  • NFPA 70E Introduction

    C-387 NFPA 70E Introduction NFPA 70E is the “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.” It establishes safe practices for working with or near electrical equipment and was created to protect workers from two major electrical dangers,...

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  • OSHA Electrical General Requirements

    C-789 OSHA Electrical General Requirments The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has developed electrical safety requirements to protect employees from electrical hazards. The Electrical General Requirements standard (29 CFR 1910.303)...

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  • OSHA Electrical Wiring Methods

    C-836 OSHA Electrical Wiring Methods The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has developed electrical safety requirements to protect employees from hazards such as electric shock, electrocution, fires, and explosions. The Electrical...

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