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Electrical Safety for Unqualified Persons What the NFPA 70E Requires For Non-Electrical Wo

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NFPA 70E Article 110.2(A) explains that employers shall establish a policy stating that electrical work should only be done on deenergized systems unless there’s essentially no way around it. While not always possible, you should shut it down if it can be done! Qualified workers must follow the steps in Article 120.6 prior to starting electrical work for anything 50V and greater. 

Electrical Safety for Unqualified Persons What the NFPA 70E Requires For Non-Electrical Wo

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The NFPA 70E (2024) Article 110.4 requires all qualified electrical workers be trained on electrical safety-related work practices at intervals not to exceed 3 years. Understanding these practices and how to implement them in your life could be the difference between going home safely each day, or not. 

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