Update your NFPA standards with the 2009 Edition of the NFPA 70E
Avoid OSHA violations and reduce risks with effective strategies.
The 2009 edition of the NFPA 70E - Handbook for Electrical Safety in the Workplace is a one-of-a-kind resource that provides a wealth of safety information and regulations to ensure a safe, injury-free jobsite. Organized to make it easy to quickly find the information you need, the 2009 NFPA 70E Handbook starts out with a quick guide to Handbook use on the inside covers and is loaded with the clear explanations and rationale you need to apply NFPA 70E and ace OSHA compliance. 318 pp.
A must-have resource for company owners, safety directors, safety trainers, supervisors, project managers, and everyone concerned with electrical safety in industrial, commercial, or institutional environments, this Handbook features:
- Like NFPA’s renowned NEC Handbook, the NFPA 70E Handbook features summaries of major changes by chapter, and a table of contents by article.
- Easy-to-understand commentary clears up areas of complexity and provides invaluable insights.
- The Handbook also includes the full 2009 NFPA 70E text for convenient reference!
The Handbook’s thorough explanations and wealth of photographs, illustrations, and tables provide everything you need to:
- Mitigate burn and shock risks by correctly following the latest work practices including revised Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements for H/R Category 1.
- Protect workers engaged in a broader range of tasks and in more occupancies. First-time commentary only in this edition covers electrical worker protection in R&D laboratories (new Article 350). Commentary also guides your use of the expanded table in Article 130.
- Reduce the chances of deadly oversights with tips for compliance with the new rules for multi-employer relationships.
- Ensure workers select appropriate PPE and that lockout/tagout procedures and other key protection measures are performed properly.
- Be prepared for audits and reviews. Keep adequate records and comply with OSHA by correctly following the new recordkeeping requirements for training and safety program audits.