e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: New Articles for Educating the Electrical Industry

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e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: New Articles for Educating the Electrical Industry

In June, the e-Hazard website and newsletter (Arcnews) will be featuring our new articles on the e-Hazard Safety Cycle™. Our cycle builds on common safety improvement models to help companies understand how to grow their electrical safety program.  Being one of the largest electrical safety training companies and offering services in all aspects of electrical safety, we wanted to continue to educate companies – whether they are e-Hazard customers or not.

Many of the presentations over the years at the IEEE Electrical Safety Workshop have emphasized the Deming/Ishikawa model of Plan, Do, Check and Act. In explaining this to customers for many years, we have developed our own strategy for improvement of electrical safety programs.  Learning from other companies and especially from worker and management input from our training classes at thousands of companies all over the world, we have tweaked the Deming model to complete the cycle for electrical safety.

Don’t wait for an accident, an OSHA citation, or a complete failure of your business to start using the e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Envision, Execute, Evaluate and Evolve. Start NOW.

Beginning in June, you will be able to read the following articles on the e-Hazard website. This blog will focus on the Electrical Safety Program (ESP) in June, with the other services given more attention individually in the following months. 

The e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Electrical Safety Program (ESP)

The e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Risk Assessment (RA)

The e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Auditing

The e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Training

The e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Incident Investigation

The e-Hazard Safety Cycle™: Electrical Safety Maintenance

Hugh Hoagland

does research and testing of PPE exposed to electrical arcs and is an arc flash expert. Hugh is a Sr. Consultant at ArcWear and Sr. Partner at e-Hazard. Read more about Hugh.

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