NFPA 70E Standard Updates
Electrical fatalities in the U.S. have plateaued over the past decade; however, the number of workers still dying annually from electrical incidents is unacceptably high.
Although OSHA provides substantial safety requirements, the fatality statistics underscore the inadequacy of “compliance” as a safety driver.
This is especially concerning in light of the considerable advances in PPE, electrical hazard reduction efforts, and increased worker training in the same time frame.
Learn from an electrical safety leader advocating for change from a “compliance” mindset to a “safety culture” mindset.
You will gain insights into changes in the NFPA 70E 2024 edition and how it is evolving to support an electrical safety culture with practical guidance. Strategies to shift your organization in this direction will be shared through practical examples and successful case studies.