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The Electrical Safety Program Guide, Second…

The Electrical Safety Program Guide, Second Edition

by Ray A. Jones

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Working with electricity can be very dangerous, and employees might be unaware of the potential hazards present in their work environment, making them susceptible to risk of injury. To prevent occupational injuries from occurring, employers must possess the knowledge required to set in place a program that promotes safety in the workplace. In this completely updated guide, electrical safety experts Ray A. Jones and Jane G. Jones provide a detailed blueprint to help employers develop a program that maximizes electrical safety and the related benefits it generates. Based on the 2009 NFPA 70E® and current OSHA regulations, The Electrical Safety Program Guide, Second Edition, takes readers step-by-step through the creation of an electrical safety program, discussing program development from conception through finalization for a plan tailored to a company s unique environment. A new chapter provides guidelines for when work on energized conductors should be permitted, including an extensive discussion of infeasibility, as used by OSHA and NFPA 70E. The Second Edition explores the full range of issues involved in developing a comprehensive electrical safety program and provides guidance and resources to resolve them. Extensive appendices include a wealth of practical and time-saving tools such as checklists, sample budgets, a personal protective equipment matrix, and permits, as well as an all new appendix addressing how to safely test for absence of voltage. A CD-ROM is included and contains all checklists and forms from the book, an awareness-training program, and a draft sample program that can be used as the beginning point for a company to develop its own comprehensive electrical safety program.

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