OSHA 1910 & 1926 Standards Update (VOD)
VIDEO DURATION: 7 HOURS | NO CUSP POINTS AWARDED
If you've been looking for electric power industry-specific information on the latest changes to OSHA's 1910 and 1926 OSHA standards, look no further! In this video on demand, utility safety expert Pam Tompkins presents 7 hours of in-depth data and insight about OSHA's new rules as they relate to the electric power industry.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- The changes to information sharing between host employers and contractors
- Rules changes to fall protection
- New guidelines for minimum approach distances (MAD)
- New rules for protection from flames and electric arcs
- And much more!
Pam Tompkins, SET Solutions
Pam is currently the President of SET Solutions, LLC, a safety management consulting firm located in Lexington, SC. She has worked in the electric utility industry for over 34 years providing safety and training process development.
She regularly provides employee development consulting services to electric utilities for the development of organized training progressions to ensure employee success. Pam has extensive experience in developing safety processes to identify and abate electric hazards including employee shock and arc potentials for all types of work processes. She regularly works for companies throughout the U.S. and Caribbean.
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