by , on May 30, 2017
When it comes to electrical installation, perhaps one of the most violated sections of the National Electrical Code has been and continues to be proper torquing of electrical connections. In training across the United States, and even abroad, I have found that this failure to follow manufacturer’s torque specifications has proven to be the source...
by , on May 25, 2017
A couple weeks are left for the opportunity to review the next draft of CSA Z462, Workplace Electrical Safety. You can also submit comments. The review end date is June 7, 2017. Please go to this link if you would like to participate. You will be required to log in.
by , on May 2, 2017
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New Video e-Hazard has produced a video, Task Qualified Switch Operations, to help you train your non-electrical employees who operate switches or circuit breakers. Whether you are one of our Train the Trainer graduates and need supplemental support, or you’ve attended one of our open classes and are on a strict timetable to train your employees...
by , on April 14, 2017
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What is your reaction when you hear that your electrical department at your plant is going to be audited? If your stomach immediately churns or the tension in your neck precipitates a headache, you’re not alone. I’m not going to pretend that an audit is not a stressful time for employees and supervisors. Following are some...
by , on March 28, 2017
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Q: Could an end user wear a 12″ High voltage protector over a Class 00/0 14″ rubber glove? The difference between a 13″ Class 00/0 protector and a 12″ Class 1-4 protector is the cuff color. A: Some companies will not allow this because they want the protector cuff cover to indicate that the glove is...
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