Learn how to work safely around electricity

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Knowing the potential hazards of working around electricity is critical for technicians and other employees who are potentially exposed to live conductors of 50 volts of electricity or more during their workday, and especially mechanical service technicians who work on units that generate up to 480 volts. The NFPA 70E Qualified-Level Arc Flash Safety Training Webinars on September 24, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Eastern time is an excellent resource for obtaining that critically important training. Presented by the Hilgeman Group, the session covers all applicable OSHA and NFPA requirements, best practices, NFPA’s most recent changes to the 70E requirements and provides participants with real-world accident information to reinforce the training. Contact the Hilgeman Group (ahilgeman@frontier.com) to register.

Source: MCAA

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