by , on November 16, 2017
Date: November 30, 2017 Time: 1:00 p.m. EST (10:00 a.m. Pacific) The new NFPA 70E has many changes for implementation in an electrical safety program. This webinar will be a guide for implementation but will focus on some subtle changes that are necessary for specifying PPE. Register here.    
by , on November 14, 2017
Three recent events have spurred me to write a little about sharing incident investigations. OSHA delayed its rule on web based incident reporting which could greatly increase the information on accident data to mine for tweaking regulations and for company’s best practice outcomes. The IEEE-ESW Construction Electrical Safety Workshop kicked off in Washington, DC provoked...
by , on November 14, 2017
The Advanced Arc Flash Safety Training Course is designed to provide the Qualified Safety Sales Professional (QSSP) with knowledge of arc flash, arc rating, PPE, and hazard analysis. Participants will also learn different safety standards and regulations. Details 1 hour On Demand Instruction by Electrical Safety Industry expert Certificate of Completion issued Learn more about...
by , on November 10, 2017
Three Utilities provided gloves, sleeves, shirts and funding to complete an arc flash testing to evaluate the use of Rubber Insulating Sleeves with AR Short Sleeved Shirts.  ArcWear’s published report is below. ArcWear takes on important non-commercial studies for the cost of testing if a paper may be published on the results to aid the...
by , on November 1, 2017
e-Hazard's train the trainer
What is Train The Trainer for LV, HV, and 1910.269 (Utilities)? e-Hazard’s Train the Trainer (TTT) Program for Low Voltage (LV) and High Voltage (HV) is a four-day course encompassing potential electrical hazards in the workplace, how to mitigate those hazards, and what it means to be LV and HV Qualified. The material is based...
by , on October 30, 2017
A 21-year-old worker came in contact with power lines while doing construction work at a Pittsburgh residence. According to a news report, he fell off scaffolding after making contact with the lines. He was pronounced dead at a Pittsburgh hospital. His employer, Ski Masonry, has been given two willful and five serious citations by OSHA;...
by , on October 27, 2017
For too long OSHA records have been reported in writing with forms.  This placed a huge cost to keep these records on the federal government BUT also made it hard to get info from OSHA other than the BLS general data.  Arc Flash was one of the understandings which could benefit from open records. As...
by , on October 26, 2017
For those of you who like to plan ahead, registration is open for the 2018 Electrical Safety Workshop (ESW). Next year’s event will be in Fort Worth, Texas, from March 19-23. Go to this page to find out the latest information. The keynote speaker will be Curtis Weber, an arc-flash survivor, Safety Officer, and motivational...
by , on October 25, 2017
OH&S Webinar
Date: Thursday November 2, 2017 Time: 2 PM (EST) 11 AM (PST)   The hour-long webinar will discuss the core changes in the NFPA 70E 2018 standard and practical implementation of the changes. Special attention will be paid to the furthering of the philosophy of risk assessment and some lessons companies are learning to maintain...
by , on October 10, 2017
Electrical safety is e-Hazard’s passion. As individuals, our #1 concern is for the safety of workers. As a company, we educate and train people in the workforce on electrical safety, and we do so with the latest standards and data available. In the same spirit of safety, we want to bring attention to NFPA Fire...
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