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by , on August 6, 2013
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by , on August 6, 2013
The Ohio Board of Building Standards has approved e-Hazard’s Electrical Workplace Safety NFPA 70E – Low Voltage Qualified training for continuing education credit for building department personnel.  The course will provide two credit hours in
by , on August 5, 2013
Investigators say there is nothing to indicate a crime was committed, causing an explosion a  Blue Rhino gas plant. 53,000 20-pound propane tanks for gas grills exploded at the Blue Rhino plant in Tavares, FL on Monday,July 29, 2013. The explosion caused fire to spread throughout the plant and propane tanks exploded, catapulting through the...
by , on August 1, 2013
August 2013 Greetings! It’s almost fall and that means students everywhere are thinking about going back to school. It’s a good reminder to take a look at your company’s electrical safety training needs. We have lots of options and resources to meet all your needs and keep your employees safe. Check out the articles below...
by , on July 31, 2013
The eCompliance InspectionPad is an easy-to-use application that allows you to conduct virtually any workplace inspection by using a mobile device like an iPad.  Design your own inspection template or use one of our pre-loaded templates such as “7 Electrical Safety Habits”, by e-Hazard.  You can take pictures of potential hazards, add notes and even...
by , on July 30, 2013
Congratulations to Rosendin Electric on receiving top honors from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). Rosendin Electric is the nation’s largest private electrical contractor and has received top honors in safety from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, including the National 2013 AGC/Willis Construction Safety Excellence Award and regional safety awards for the...
by , on July 29, 2013
No horses were injured in a fire that damaged Thoroughbred barns leased by Legacy Stable at the Aiken Training Track in Aiken, Georgia. Aiken Department of Public Safety reports that the fire started near the electrical panel box in the stable office. It appears the fire was caused by an electrical short. 21 Thoroughbreds, two...
by , on July 26, 2013
NEW YORK – OSHA has cited Idea Nuova for 22 alleged violations of workplace safety standards at the company’s Manhattan and Brooklyn locations. The company faces a total of $82,800 in proposed fines following inspections by OSHA’s Manhattan Area Office. At both locations, OSHA found obstructed exit routes, propped open emergency exit doors to enclosed...
by , on July 26, 2013
OSHA requires that employers identify and protect their workers from workplace hazards. Every industrial / commercial power system includes inherent risks – specifically electrical shock and arc flash, anytime employees are “interacting with” electrical equipment while energized. Interacting with electrical equipment includes operation of fully enclosed switches and power circuit breakers as well as any...
by , on July 25, 2013
SIBLEY, Iowa — 5 people performing electrical work were injured on the job at the Timewell Tile manufacturing plant in Sibley, Iowa. The Osceola County Sheriff’s office says the explosion happened while workers were switching some power lines to a newer transformer. The five men sustained burns in the accident and were transported to nearby...
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