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OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132(d) Requires employers to assess the workplace to determine if hazards are present or likely to be present, and select and have each employee use the types of PPE that will protect them.
See this rule at osha.gov

Do you meet the requirements
 of OSHA with respect to Electrical Hazards in the Workplace?

Do you have written Electrical Safety Procedures in place?
 

 

 

 

Electrical Safety & Compliance

We have successfully helped clients who were under OSHA citation for Electrical Safety Violations.  Because of our quick response and thoroughness, we helped these clients get their OSHA fines substantially reduced. 

We provide turnkey Electrical Safety Solutions for your company.  We can develop your corporate or plant level Electrical Safety Program, Standards of Practice, Lock-out-Tag-Out Procedures, and provide on-site Electrical Safety Training for your employees.

We provide solutions that are compliant with the industry standard: NFPA 70E - "Electrical Safety in the Workplace". 

Our Electrical Safety Program & on-site Training is custom tailored to go hand-in-hand with the results of your Arc Flash Hazard Analysis.  We provide a common-sense hands-on approach to training.  We do not "read from the book" or overwhelm your employees with complex Arc Flash equations.  Our trainer has an electrical engineering background and maintenance supervisor background and has successfully trained and audited entire teams of maintenance workers over the years.

Overview of Services:

• Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
• Electrical Safety Program Development
• On-Site Audits
• On-Site Electrical Safety Training
• Internet-based Training Exams
• Specification & Procurement of PPE
• Custom Printing of Warning Labels & Signs
• Installation of Warning Labels & Signs
 

 

 

 
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