W3.7A

Arc Flash, OSHA and 70E: Get Protected



NFPA and OSHA standards include training for both qualified and unqualified persons every 3 years, annual safety audits for personnel, host and contract employer responsibilities with required documentation, Arc Flash Hazard Assessments every 5 years, circuit identification, updated panel schedule, posted one-line diagrams. Is your arc flash safety program up to snuff? This session offers a deeper understanding of the latest NFPA 70E, and OSHA’s requirements as it pertains to electrical safety and electrical distribution for mission critical facilities.


Learning Objectives:
1. Define the latest NFPA 70E and OSHA requirements as it pertains to electrical safety and electrical distribution for mission critical facilities
2. Understand the differences between proactive and reactive safety, and which approach works best
3. Evaluate the role of electrical maintenance in a mission critical building's overall electrical safety program
4. Learn what is required of employers to train and qualify persons working on or near energized parts 50 volts or greater

 

Start Time: 10/5/2016 2:15:00 PM
End Time: 10/5/2016 3:15:00 PM

Presented by:

Doug Tellin
Owner
Electrical Safety Specialists

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Room Number: 207A

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CEU: 0.1

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