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Earn 1.0 CM Credit Hours/1.0 Contact Hours/0.1 COC
NFPA 70E (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) is a global consensus that has provided guidance on worker safety from shock and arc flash hazards since 1976. In late 2011, NFPA released the 2012 Edition of NFPA 70E. The 2012 standard includes revisions to hazard risk category tables, new PPE requirements, frequency requirements for electrical safety program auditing and qualified person training, and revisions to electrical safety program implementation. The revised standard with comparisons to previous editions is outlined.
This webinar is available to view at your convenience. You have 90 days to view the webinar. Upon completion of the webinar and evaluation, you will receive 1.0 CM Credit Hour, 1.0 Contact Hour and 0.1 COC.
Registration: $50 member/$75 regular
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Paul A Zoubek, CIH, CSP is nationally recognized consultant in the area of electrical safety. He provides expert advice in the areas of management and engineering control of electrical hazards for companies nationwide. He advises companies in the areas of engineering electrical hazard control, written electrical safety program development, and training.
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