Updated OSHA Arc Flash Requirements for Your Workplace
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
With average medical costs of $1.5 million for an arc flash victim and cost of litigation ranging from $10 - $15 million, facilities can?t afford to risk non-compliance with the new NFPA 70E OSHA regs. Despite the high risk to employees and associated costs, many employers are still unclear on OSHA rules relating to electrical hazards Join us to learn:
NFPA 70 E: Updates and changes to the standard you need to know
Keys to determining the arc flash hazard level in your workplace
Keeping workers safe: Training and equipment requirements for employee
How increased OSHA enforcement actions and fines impact employers
OSHA's New Standard for Arc Flash - and Increased Enforcement Actions & Fines
OSHA Fines and Enforcement - who is OSHA targeting now?
Key Codes and Regulations for Arc Flash Safety you can?t overlook
Staged testing and the forces involved in an Arc Flash explosion
New Fine Schedule: What OSHA?s new fines mean for employers
Electrical Hazards in the Workplace: Proactively Protect Your Employees
The three types of Electrical Hazards in the workplace
The Who, What, When, Where and Why of Arc Flash
How to read an Arc Flash warning label
The New NFPA-70E Standard: Compliance Requirements for Employers
Why facilities NEED to be NFPA-70E compliant
Demystify Compliance: Three steps to meeting the 70E standard
Hazard risk categories & associated Arc Rated PPE
How Arc Flash affects your LO/TO Program
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
John R. Skal, BSME, is the founder of Falcon Power Consultants, specialists in providing engineered Arc Flash Hazard Analysis (AFHA) solutions for NFPA-70E compliance. He possesses more than 25 years' engineering, operations and maintenance experience, including being an integral part of the management team responsible for the 1st Steel Company becoming OSHA "VPP" certified in the United States.
He speaks at national conferences and trade organizations educating safety managers, risk management personnel, facility maintenance staff, and qualified electrical workers on safeguarding employees and mitigating company liability and risk with regards to an arc flash incident.
Skal has presented at many conferences including ISA (Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society), ABA (American Bakers Association) Safety Conference, ERI (Employer Resource Institute) and the PASSHE (Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education).
Falcon Power Consultants provides customized site-specific NFPA-70E Awareness training educating both affected employees and supervisors in the proper procedures and protection of personnel in the event of an Arc Flash
In this 60-minute program you and your safety managers will get the most up-to-date information on arc flash safety standards, guidelines to keep your employees safe and keys to avoiding heft fines and penalties under the new OSHA fine schedule.