If your facility contains electrical equipment, this webinar is for you.
Most electrical accidents and deaths can be avoided with the proper labeling, compliance, and safety standards in place. Electrical safety is a shared responsibility between the employee and employer and requires adherence to regulations by both parties. Unfortunately, some companies pass on the adoption of the survey to save money. The hard truth? When an electrical-related death occurs and the family sues the company, the lawsuit cost is far more than the cost associated with meeting compliance standards.
NFPA 70E governs individuals who work with electricity and is recognized as an international standard, defining electrical safety-related work practices and activities. The standards for electrical safety in the workplace ensure employees make it home to their loved ones. Additionally, OSHA recognizes the requirements outlined in NFPA-70E, and OSHA’s electrical safety standards can be met by adhering to the requirements outlined in NFPA-70E.
The health and safety of your employees are top priorities. At Pearson, we value people, integrity, and life and are committed to fostering a culture of safety both in our network and throughout the industry. Join us for a webinar where Mike Elder, Director of Safety Training, authorized OSHA outreach instructor in Construction and General Industry, and NFPA-70E subject matter expert explains the requirements, processes, and path to keeping your employees safe.