The Electrical Safety Program Guide
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Authors: Ray A. Jones, P.E., and Jane G. Jones
Apply the latest strategies in The Electrical Safety Program Guide to protect your workers and your business.
Completely updated to the 2009 NFPA 70E® and current OSHA regs, The Electrical Safety Program Guide, 2nd Edition, takes you step-by-step through creation of an electrical safety program. Written by industry experts Ray A. Jones, P.E., and Jane G. Jones, it explains plan development from conception through finalization for a plan tailored to a company's unique environment. A new Chapter 5 details when work on an energized conductor is acceptable and when it's not, and a new Appendix F addresses how to safely test for absence of voltage.
Use practical tools to create a safe workplace that reduces injuries, lowers worker compensation costs, minimizes service disruptions, increases protection of capital investment, and maximizes uptime.
- Complete coverage addresses the full range of operational and administrative topics, including regulations, codes, and standards; hazard and task analysis; lockout/tagout; personal protective equipment; training; auditing; recordkeeping; budgeting; and implementation.
- Corresponding Appendices for each chapter include a wealth of practical, hands-on tools such as checklists, sample budgets, a personal protective equipment matrix, and permits.
- A bonus CD contains all the checklists and forms from the book as well as a training presentation on electrical safety in PDF format.
A must for every company, whether you want to develop a new program or boost the effectiveness of an existing program. (Spiralbound, 300 pp., 2010)
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