Burning Questions

What Does It Mean to Be “Low Voltage Certified?”

One of our jobs at e-Hazard is to consult others concerning electrical safety requirements. These requirements range from specific training required by OSHA to NFPA 70E®-compliant annual supervisory audit programs.…

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Electrical Incidents

Electric Shock Drowning: Know the Risks

Summertime = relaxation, family time, and fun in the water, right? But things can potentially turn sour when people decide to swim too close to marinas and private docks. When…

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Announcements

New Class Offering: How Do I Train My Telecom Workers?

The Need For Training As more and more telecommunications workers labor to meet the demand for faster internet-based services, they also face some unique electrical safety challenges.  Telecom workers find…

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Electrical Incidents

Electrical Workplace Fatality in Australia

Two years after the workplace electrocution death of a fourth-year apprentice, convictions and fines were handed down. Ridem Pty Ltd, an electrical services company in Northern Territory, Australia, was convicted…

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Risk Assessment

8 Electrical Safety Resolutions: Welcome 2021!

I teach two mottos in my electrical safety classes:  Don’t get shocked. Don’t get burned. If you have attended one of my classes, you might remember hearing those mottos at…

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