Electrical Safety Questions Answered: February Issue Safety + Health

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Electrical Safety Questions Answered: February Issue Safety + Health
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Electrical Safety Experts Answer Some Questions

The February 2021 issue of Safety + Health focused on the National Safety Congress and Expo. The NSC took place last week online, with members of e-Hazard attending and speaking.

In the magazine issue, e-Hazard experts answered several questions about electrical safety. The questions revolve around arc flash studies and risk assessment. Can older buildings be included in a grandfather clause? How do the changes in IEEE 1584-2018 affect liability if the study is not recalculated? 

Electrical Safety Workshop

Today, the Electrical Safety Workshop officially begins. We hope you have already registered and plan on attending some of the workshops offered this year.

Plans are being made to meet in person for next year’s ESW. Mark your calendar for the 2022 Electrical Safety Workshop to be held in Jacksonville, FL, from March 7 through March 11.

e-Hazard Classes

Sign up for our monthly newsletters if you would like to keep current with available e-Hazard classes. We are now offering a few Train the Trainer classes in person in Louisville, KY. We continue to offer regular sessions of Low Voltage and High Voltage classes via WebEx.

Don’t forget – we offer classes on the National Electric Code, OSHA 1910.269, electrical safety audits and more! 

Browse our Training Schedule to find out which class would best fit your needs.



The e-Hazard team is dedicated to ensuring people who work with electricity can go home safely to their families.. Read more about e-Hazard.

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