NFPA 70E 2018 Update: What You Need To Know

NFPA 70E 2018 Update: What You Need To Know

Every three years, the National Fire Protection Association releases an update to the NFPA 70E regulations, a series of guidelines meant to protect those who work with and around electricity. 2018 is no exception, and while the majority of changes in this year’s edition involve minor sentence changes and general editorial housekeeping, there are a

8 Electricity Tips for Staying Safe

8 Electricity Tips for Staying Safe

A Guide for Keeping Safe around Electricity Of all the many safety hazards in the workplace, few can cause as much damage, injury or even death as electricity. To make it worse, accidents with electricity can literally happen in the blink of an eye, which is why it is so important to implement electricity tips

Electrical Hazard Communication -1910.305

Electrical Hazard Communication -1910.305

Electrical – Wiring and Equipment – 1910.305 When attempting to improve the overall safety of your facility, one of the best places to start is the electrical wiring and equipment located in your building. These systems can be extremely hazardous to the facility if not set up properly. In order to improve safety of your

Electrical Systems Design (General)—1910.303

Electrical Systems Design (General)—1910.303

Is Your Electrical Systems Safe? Electrical systems are among the most important in any facility, while also being one of the most dangerous. Improperly designed electrical systems can cause a wide range of different issues in the facility, ranging from having no power to frequent power outages, and even causing damage to the machines that

Electrical Safety in Your Industrial Facility

Electrical Safety in Your Industrial Facility

When running any type of industrial facility there are many different hazards that need to be considered. Throughout the facility there are risks with everything from large machines to the toxic chemicals being used, and many more. With all these risks, some safety or facility managers don’t put an emphasis on electrical safety, which can

OSHA Electrical Safety Practices

OSHA Electrical Safety Practices

Safety organizations such as OSHA provide helpful guidelines and standards to protect employees from occupational hazards while on the job. One of the leading occupational hazards includes the use and consumption of electricity. Electricity is used by nearly every industrial business worldwide. Electricity not only powers equipment, but also provides employees with lighting, HVAC, and