Burning Questions
Ken Sellars

Am I a Qualified Electrical Worker?

What constitutes a qualified electrical worker? Let's begin with a basic definition of the word qualified: Referencing dictionary.com, "qualified" means several things. Here are two definitions: a. having the qualities, accomplishments,…

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Burning Questions
Zarheer Jooma

Are NFPA 70E Standards Voluntary or Required?

Do we have to follow NFPA 70E, or is it voluntary? We are often asked whether the  NFPA 70E is required or enforced by OSHA. This article, Voluntary Standards: Treat as…

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Training
Ken Sellars

Know Where To Go in OSHA for Electrical Standards

OSHA Electrical Standards If you need help navigating the OSHA standards as they pertain to electrical work, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog, we clear the way…

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Electrical Incidents
Ken Sellars

Lack of Grounding Caused Two Electrocution Deaths

A lack of grounding caused a bridge to become energized on the property of a water system plant site. In April 2019, two teens jumped into a canal in Dixon,…

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Burning Questions
Ken Sellars

OSHA Letter of Interpretation: 1910.333 for Lockout/Tagout Procedure

Using 1910.333 as a Written Lockout/Tagout Procedure An OSHA letter of interpretation dated August 2015 answers a series of questions concerning the use of 29 CFR 1910.333(b).  1910.333 covers the Selection and…

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