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.…

Read More What Does It Mean to Be “Low Voltage Certified?”
  • Post comments:1 Comment
Burning Questions

Electrically Safe Work Condition

What does NFPA 70E® say about an electrically safe work condition? The 2021 edition of NFPA 70E® Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace requires equipment to be placed in…

Read More Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Post comments:1 Comment
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…

Read More Electric Shock Drowning: Know the Risks
  • Post comments:2 Comments
ASTM

Arc Rating Labels Make the Difference

Look for the Arc Rating Label When buying PPE clothing for electrical workers, OSHA, NFPA 70E and ANSI C2 (NESC) all agree: you should look for the AR (Arc Rating)…

Read More Arc Rating Labels Make the Difference
  • Post comments:0 Comments