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Electrical Safety Hazard Reduction: How to Zap Common Mistakes that Cause Crippling Injuries, Facility Damage, and OSHA Fines

Electrical Safety Hazard Reduction: Common Mistakes that Cause Injuries, Damage, and OSHA Fines - On-Demand

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Electrical Safety Hazard Reduction: How to Zap Common Mistakes that Cause Crippling Injuries, Facility Damage, and OSHA Fines - On-Demand

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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Take the time now to understand the latest NFPA 70E regulations to avoid common mistakes that lead to costly OSHA citations.


 

NFPA has released the 2018 version of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety. OSHA has stated on multiple occasions that the adoption of this standard meets the intent of the OSHA requirements regarding electrical safety, which means the clock is ticking for employers to train all employees that are exposed to electrical and arc flash hazards in the workplace on the latest changes in the latest NFPA 70E requirements.

Noncompliance of electrical hazards can be an expensive mistake to make. Citations can run into hundreds of thousands of dollars, even a million in some cases. Additionally, many companies look to outside assistance after an unexpected OSHA visit where they may have received one or more citations. In addition to paying these citation fines, companies often pay premium rates to hire consultants on a breakdown/emergency basis. In the end, it all affects your bottom line, which is why you should zap any common mistakes before a citation even occurs.

Use this on-demand webinar to learn more, with Zarheer Jooma, Electrical Engineer from E-Hazard, who has consulted to major international companies and authored many publications on electric arc hazards. He will introduce concepts that should be in place before OSHA visits your site, focusing on safe work practices as required by OSHA.

You’ll learn:

  • How to determine electrically qualified persons
  • OSHA and NFPA 70E – 2018 training requirements
  • Make-up of the written electrical safety program and auditing procedures
  • Job planning and job briefing procedures
  • How arc flash risk assessment and electrical shock risk assessments are conducted

 

About Your Presenter:

Zarheer Jooma Zarheer Jooma
Electrical Engineer
E-Hazard

Zarheer joined e-Hazard U.S. after ten years of managing e-Hazard South Africa and many years of experience with both Eskom Generation and ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company. He has performed extensive work in power system design, low and medium voltage reticulation and control systems, and safe operating and maintenance practices. Zarheer has been regarded as the specialist on arc flash safety in South Africa, having convened and chaired SANS 724, the South African national standard for “personal protective equipment and protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc.” He has consulted to major international companies and authored many publications on electric arc hazards.

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