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We are excited to announce the second video in our Electrical Safety Hour Series: Arc Flash Awareness for Utilities. This video will focus on regulations and standards, electrical hazards and protection strategies, and the importance of wearing the right PPE for the job.

Each of these practices is in accordance with NESC and OSHA 1910.269 standards. The first video of this series, the newest version of 7 Electrical Safety Habits, was introduced last month.

Want to add this to your safety program?
You have the option of renting the video for a 24-hour period or purchasing it for repeated viewing. Licensing is also available for server or LMS.  Please call (502) 716-7073.
Historically, ASTM F696 Standard Specification for Leather Protectors for Rubber Insulating Gloves and Mittens has been used for protector gloves.  OSHA requires “protector gloves” be worn for [...]
The idea of the categories was developed by Dr. Tom Neal at DuPont. He sent me his table and a list of the PPE he had tested which met the four categories[...]
This OSHA Standard Interpretation for 1910.303(g)(2)(i) was published September 4, 2015.  The Questions: 1.Does the electrical guarding requirement at 29 CFR 1910.303(g)(2)(i) apply to voltages below 60 volts DC? [...]
AGO in Canada developed an FR non-melting insect/bug mesh hood that keeps ticks, mosquitoes, and other insects from a worker’s face and neck. [...]

Myron Zucker Student Travel Program Deadline Approaching!

The Petroleum and Chemical Industry Conference has arranged with the IEEE Industrial Applications Society (IAS) to sponsor up to four co-op/intern students or recent graduates to attend the next IEEE conference through the Myron Zucker Student Travel Program of the Young Engineers Development Subcommittee.

The deadline for submitting applications is approaching. Please advise any eligible electrical engineering co-op/intern students or recent graduates to submit applications for this award!

For more information on the application process, or on the award itself, please visit IEEE's website.

Articles from ArcWear
End users contact us frequently with questions regarding the use, care, and retest requirements of their arc rated PPE. To help get the message out, we’ve compiled a series of three posts that answer the questions we are most commonly asked, and a list of standards that provide more information on caring for flame resistant (FR) and arc rated (AR) PPE. This is the first of the three articles; check back to learn more about maintenance and retest requirements![…]  Read More
Want to learn more about the maintenance requirements and lifespan of your arc rated clothing? Read on for the second article in a series of three on the care, maintenance, and retest requirements for arc rated clothing[…]  Read More
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Ireland/EU Substation Safety Conference & Expo 2016
Hugh Hoagland will be presenting Arc Flash PPE Testing Solutions for End Users at the 2016 Substation Safety Conference & Expo in Dublin, Ireland. Powerpoint Engineering will be hosting the event, which will focus on Legislation, Best Practice, Operator Safety and Equipment Safety.

Taking place over two days on the 8th & 9th of November at the Citywest Hotel, this conference will provide an ideal opportunity for professionals involved in the industry to gather together and share their experiences and knowledge.

2016 NSC Congress & Expo
Come visit us at NSC Booth 2278
Hugh Hoagland will be presenting How to Run an Effective Electrical Safety Program at the 2016 National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Anaheim, California. The event will take place on October 15th through the 21st.

The  NSC Congress & Expo  is the world's largest annual gathering of safety professionals. Through the  Safe Communities America  program, NSC certifies communities with rigorous safety initiatives.
Hugh Hoagland Presents: 
Lessons from Accident Investigations for Electrical Safety

Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Time: 11 a.m  PST, 1 p.m. CST,  2 p.m. EST

Sponsored by: GlenGuard™ and
Occupational Health & Safety


In over 160 accident investigations, some common themes show up which are valuable in developing PPE programs, training for electrical safety and doing accident investigations. Asking the right questions and observing the evidence provide insights into worker behavior. This session will delve into several public incidents to gain insight to prevent the accident or mitigate worker injury in potential electrical shock and arc flash incidents.

Join us for this FREE 1 hour informative webinar.
LOW VOLTAGE CLASSES
Used by many NFPA 70E committee members and over 900 trainers, our low voltage training provides you with extensive knowledge of the dangers and recommended safe behaviors for those who work around electrical hazards.  
HIGH VOLTAGE CLASSES
Working on or around 1 to 69kV industrial high voltage distribution systems requires qualification. In this training, attendees learn what it means to be HV qualified and which electrical tasks can only be performed by a qualified person.  
July 21, 2016
Reno, NV
July 26 - 27, 2016
August 9 - 10, 2016

TRAIN THE TRAINER
NFPA 70E LOW VOLTAGE & HIGH VOLTAGE
e-Hazard's award winning T rain the Trainer  (TTT) program (OH&S Magazine 2014 Best of Safety Award)  is perfect for companies with multiple shifts, a large workforce or multiple departments.
TRAIN THE TRAINER: OSHA 1910.269
ARC FLASH SAFETY FOR UTILITIES (1910.269)
This Train the Trainer (TTT) class is designed specifically for the needs of utility workers working with or near low or high voltage lines or equipment, or for those managing individuals in these environments.
July 12 - 13, 2016
October 6 - 7, 2016
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502.716.7073
register@e-Hazard.com
Terri Wettle

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