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e-Hazard participates in select expos and conferences in the electrical safety industry throughout the year. If you’ll be attending one of the shows featured below, stop by and meet our instructors and staff. They will be able to answer any questions on arc flash training, electrical safety audits, and arc flash studies. Plus we always have great giveaways and a fun booth to visit.
How Can Workers Avoid Inadvertent Contact with Electricity? This week, e-Hazard’s podcast hosts Derek Vigstol and Brian McCauley ask that question of e-Hazard electrical safety consultant George Cole. George has a very strong background as an electrician and works for a utility in Arizona. The conversation goes into methods for avoiding inadvertent contact as a […]More Details
Free Webinar by OH&S Title: Electrical Incident Investigation Date: March 14, 2024 Time: 2:00 ET, 1:00 CT, 11:00 PT Register The NFPA® 70E® requires that electrical incidents be investigated but the standard has not developed guidelines that direct electrical incident investigations. There are, however, several papers published on the topic and this webinar uses these […]More Details
Another Resource from e-Hazard Ken Sellars, partner and electrical safety consultant at e-Hazard, authored an article on the electrical audit. It was published in NETA Training Talk, Summer 2023. Read “Auditing Electrical Safety” This article is one of the six components of the e-Hazard Safety Cycle™. Created with the Deming/Ishikawa management model in mind, this […]More Details
Don’t Miss Out on ESW This Year! When: March 4-8, 2024 Where: Tucson, AZ Venue: El Conquistador Hotel Register Visit this page to look at the schedule for the week. Be Sure to Attend the Expo e-Hazard will be in booths 19 & 20. Stop by and say hello; we’d love to see you! Our Speakers […]More Details
Article updated Jan. 2024 e-Hazard’s NEC for Industrial Installations Class is Updated to 2023 This Class is Unique Our class is unique in that it focuses on industrial installations. It does not cover residential installations. I have been to a few excellent NEC classes over the years, given by different companies. I had never seen […]More Details