NFPA 70E®: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® and Handbook Set, 2012 Edition
|Item # 70ESET12|
|Description||70E Changes Review|
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Do all you can to protect workers from electrical hazards. The 2012 edition of NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® helps you reduce risks and avoid devastating electrical incidents that result in injuries, deaths, and OSHA violations. You'll be ready to apply new safeguards correctly and efficiently with the 2012 NFPA 70E: Handbook for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Order both resources together and save!
- The 2012 NFPA 70E addresses real-world challenges with solutions -- such as a user-friendly hazard/risk classification table that includes more information to avoid oversights that could result in shock and arc-flash accidents. The Standard responds to industry needs with first-time coverage of direct current (dc) shock protection boundaries and hazard/risk categories for specific tasks. This edition also clarifies full-head protection against arc flash by eliminating the 2* task designation, and features updated rules for training and safety program audits. (Softbound Standard, 103 pp., 2012)
- Now in full-color, the 2012 NFPA 70E Handbook explains how requirements save lives by ensuring an electrically safe working area. Learn how -- and why -- to implement NFPA 70E provisions correctly. Updated with vibrant full-color photos and graphics, the NFPA 70E Handbook is the only resource that explains the Standard's rationale through expert commentary... provides examples of how to apply rules in specific situations...summarizes major changes...plus includes the complete 2012 NFPA 70E with tan shading on revised text and vertical rules on additions. It's unmatched as a tool for electrical safety and OSHA compliance! (Hardbound, 496 pp., 2012)
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