Friday, January 5, 2024 10:00AM - 11:00AM CST
Electrical Risk Assessments & Control - How to Identify & Address Electrical Hazards in Your Workplace
Join us for a free training on electrical risk assessments and how to apply the Risk Control Hierarchy to address electric shock and arc flash per the NFPA 70E.
Risk assessments require employees to identify the hazards, assess the risk, and implement risk control methods. Performing risk assessments for electrical tasks can be daunting for many people due to the complexity of working around electrical hazards. Qualified workers should be able to perform such risk assessments and document proper risk controls in their job safety plans. But often times, risk assessments and job planning is skipped, leaving workers vulnerable to electrical injuries (or worse - death).
OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S (OSHA's Electrical Standards) details the required safe work practices that qualified employees must utilize for their safety. The NFPA 70E (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) provides specifics on how. How can you make sure these regulations and standards are being followed properly?
Join us for a FREE 1hr webinar as Caitlyn Wininger (CESCP) and James Wininger (P.E.) explain what the risk assessment and control requirements actually are and how you can practically follow them to ensure everyone is protected from the electric hazards!
This training is perfect for:
- Safety Managers/Directors
- Facility/Plant Managers
- Health & Safety Leaders
- Risk Managers
Module 1: Fundamentals of Risk Assessment & Control Methods
Module 2: Applying Risk Assessments & Control Methods to Electrical Work
Module 3: How To Get Started On Addressing Electric Hazards in Your Workplace