OSHA is about to make major changes in it’s regulations for electrical utility construction and to the general electrical industry. OSHA has not made these kinds of major changes since it was established in 1994. These new OSHA standards will require that companies implement new & updated electrical safety training which will bring them current with the new law implemented this March. Read Hugh Hoagland’s article from the February issue of ISHN Magazine on the importance of implementing NFPA 70E and NESC arc flash training changes.
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