Plugged Into Safety: Introducing the New e-Hazard Podcast

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Plugged Into Safety: Introducing the New e-Hazard Podcast

e-Hazard is excited to announce its new podcast: Plugged Into Safety!

Just in time for the holidays, e-Hazard is launching a new free resource that will help those who work with or around electricity!

Join e-Hazard’s own sales and marketing director Brian McCauley and electrical safety consultant Derek Vigstol as they bring commonly-discussed electrical safety topics to the forefront and make them applicable to your workplace needs.

Several podcasts are already produced and cover the topics of the electrical safety program, the electrical safety audit, and electrical personal protective equipment. To listen, link to Apple or Spotify below. You can also “plug in” at our website!

Going forward, episodes will highlight new technologies to help make electrical tasks safer and will feature knowledgeable guest industry experts who want to share what they have learned in electrical safety.  Brian and Derek will also discuss best practices that go beyond OSHA minimum requirements, and much more!

Subscribe to Plugged Into Safety

Make sure to subscribe to e-Hazard’s Plugged Into Safety podcast, so you can download the latest episodes as soon as they become available!

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We are always happy to take questions from our audience as well as hear your ideas for future podcasts. Feel free to email us at, and you might very well see your suggested topic on the next episode!


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.

This Post Has 6 Comments

    1. Brian McCauley

      Michael, thank you so much for the comment and we would be very interested in learning more about how we can work with you on our podcasts. Please feel free to reach out to me at and we can discuss. Thank you.

      Brian McCauley

  1. Just discovering this great FREE resource. Thanks. Will look forward to additional timely topics in 2022! Hopefully the electrical construction partners large and small will discover the importance of electrical safety programs and their worker compliance. It’s not just the brick and mortal industry sites but those roving contractors that must understand their place at the table and bring value added safety to their products and services as well. IEEE-ESW 2022 March 7-11, Jacksonville. Fl is a great way to meet other like-minded professionals and electrical contractors to better understand and enhance their programs. Look forward to seeing e-Hazard again at the event!

    1. Ken Sellars

      Bob, thanks for the nice comments. Totally agree on the need for good programs. Looking forward to seeing you at ESW 2022!!!

  2. Jason Gainza

    It really interests me to read such articles, thanks for sharing. Blogs like yours really helps me learn more day by day.

    1. Ken Sellars

      Thanks for listening. Feedback is always appreciated as are questions specific to your current issues. This often brings up new topics for the blog.

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