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NFPA 70E requires an electrical safety program get audited and reviewed regularly to ensure it’s still aligned with applicable safety requirements.
Employers have the critical task of establishing, documenting, and implementing safety-related work practices and procedures, and providing training to employees.
Once trained, it is imperative that employees use and follow safety-related work practices and procedures for the tasks assigned when out in the field.
To complete work inside an energized fire pump controller, service workers must follow NFPA 70E to determine proper safeguards and the PPE needed when completing the work.
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With in-person learning on hold due to coronavirus (COVID-19), NFPA online training provides safe and convenient ways to increase your skillset and further your career.
Five undeniable truths from a pivotal year in the world's growing struggle with wildfire.
With historic and destructive wildfires spanning the globe from Oregon to the Amazon in 2020, experts in a range of fields are coming together to figure out what can be done to save people and property.
NFPA President Jim Pauley discusses the global wildfire crisis.
Our current approach to combatting wildfire isn't working. So why do we remain complacent in the face of failure?
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