Safety is more than a box to check, especially when it comes to industrial equipment. When the lives of your employees and your own livelihood are on the line, it’s critical that your safety program is both pervasive and effective. We’re here to provide guidance and make recommendations.
This annex is not a part of the requirements of NFPA 70E standards, it has been included for informational purposes. The goal is to assist in risk management by considering the various roles in the workplace and their ability to recognize and affect human error and its negative aspects.
The questions that have rolled across my computer screen from customers most recently have been focused on a certain segment of industrial safety. Here is my brief interpretation of the inner workings of the relationship between OSHA and NFPA.
Electrical contractors have a responsibility to the health and safety of their employees, per OSHA. This responsibility often falls on the shoulders of the small business owners. Are you looking for ideas to encourage compliance? This post is all about fall protection safety.