Nobody expects an electrical contact injury.
But shock, electrocution,
arc flash, and arc blast are responsible for one worker
death per day and 3,600 disabling injuries per year on
average in the U.S.
The costs--to employees, their families, and companies--are devastating!
Reduce risks, and keep
real-world solutions and guidance at your fingertips with
the 2009 NFPA 70E Handbook.
Electrical Safety in the Workplace has changed,
and the 2009 NFPA 70E Handbook is updated to help
you comply and meet OSHA regs for work practices, PPE use,
and employee training.
reference includes the complete Standard text plus
examples, commentary, photos and charts so you're prepared
- Mitigate burn and shock
risks by correctly following the latest work practices.
- Ensure workers select
proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Protect workers engaged
in a broader range of tasks and in more occupancies.
- Reduce the chances of
deadly oversights with tips for compliance with revised
NFPA 70E rules for multi-employer
- Keep adequate records
and comply with OSHA by correctly following the new
recordkeeping requirements for training and safety
Experts agree the majority
of electrical contact incidents would be avoided by
following NFPA 70E.
Avoid potentially deadly
mistakes and get compliance right with the NFPA 70E