OSHA's New Rules on Arc Flash Protection (VOD)
VIDEO DURATION: 3 HOURS | NO CUSP POINTS AWARDED
The recent changes to OSHA 1910 & 1926 have made significant changes the employer's requirements for arc flash protection. Arc flash expert Hugh Hoagland will provide in-depth insight into the changes OSHA has made to its arc flash protection rules. You'll also learn about changes made to NFPA 70E, 1926.950-969 and NESC. You'll get an overview about the dangers of Arc Flashes as well as information about the protective equipment that is tested to provided adequate protection.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- The practical changes to relevant regulations and standards.
- The employer's requirements for purchase, care and maintenance of garmets under PPE standards (Subpart I).
- How to evaluate cost-saving compliance strategies for evaluation, specification, selection and care of PPE for arc flash.
Hugh Hoagland, e-Hazard
Hugh Hoagland is among the world's foremost experts on electrical arc testing and safety. His career change began with safety testing at LG&E Energy; later, he worked as R & D Director for NASCO, a manufacturer of protective outerwear solutions. He has helped develop most of the arc-resistant rainwear used in the world today, as well as creating the first face shield to protect against electric arcs.
Hugh worked for Cintas developing their strategy for meeting the needs of OSHA 1910.269 and NFPA 70E standards. He has helped development of legislation and standards in both the US and Europe. He sits on several industry committees and is a featured speaker at safety conferences and events.
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