Implementing NFPA 70E is often difficult for organizations to navigate. From the changes in the standard every 3 years, to misguided direction from some on how and why to get it done. This presentation discusses the path to electrical safety using NFPA 70E as a guide, but will engage the attendees to learn that it can be accomplished and that protecting your employees from arc and shock is a lot easier than you may have known. The focus of 70E at your organization needs to be about safety first, compliance after. This session will give you a guide to follow.
1. Learn why NFPA 70E must be implemented at their facility
2. Learn how OSHA and NFPA work together to promote electrical safety.
3. Examine how to establish a "Qualified Worker" program.
4. Learn what a complete arc flash program looks like and tips on how to keep it all updated moving forward.