The Electrical Professional

Transworld Electric

Why does your facility need to be compliant?

  • Protect your assets (Personnel & Facility)

  • Limit your liability

  • OSHA is using NFPA 70 E as a national standard for citations

  • Identify potential hazards

  • Reduce the risk of violations and citations

How do you become compliant?

  1. Maintain an update NFPA 70E safety plan

  2. Train and qualify employees in NFPA 70E Compliance

  3. Generate, update, and post a one-line diagram

  4. Perform an Incident Energy Analysis then apply Arc Flash Labels

  5. Provide employees with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  6. Electrical Predictive and Preventive Maintenance per NFPA 70B

What if you don’t become compliant?

  • Increase your risk for electrical hazards

  • Expose your potential

    for willful violations

  • Greatly increase your facility’s liability

OSHA’S General Duty Clause: Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act requires an employer to furnish to its employees: employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to its employees.

 6 Point Compliance Checklist

6 point compliance

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