NFPA 70E 2018 Electrical Workplace NEW Changes
Half Day Seminar
May 24, 2018
IBWE-NECA Service Center, Inc
5735 Elizabeth Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63136
8am-12pm Light Breakfast
HALF DAY SEMINAR
The NFPA 70E 2018 Electrical Safe Work Practices NEW Changes
With Larry Berry, Danger Gone LLC
This seminar will offer a comprehensive overview of Changes in Chapter One Safety Related Work Practices of The New NFPA 70E 2018 Edition. This will assist you in staying compliant with the latest standards and industry safety requirements. Introducing you to the “NEW” Employer and Employees* (both Qualified Electrical Workers and Unqualified Workers) Responsibilities and Priorities to help you keep your facilities and work environments free of electrical hazards and injuries.
General requirements for electrical related work practices
Modified training and inspections requirements
Changes to equipment labeling
Electrical assessment modifications
Standards for proper personal protective equipment
This 4-hour seminar is relevant to all industries and will include useful tips on implementing these updates in order to maintain compliance.
Meet Our Instructor: Larry Berry, Danger Gone LLC.
Larry is no stranger to Electrical Safety. Larry’s professional career includes being National Sales Manager for Condux International and Regional Sales Manager for Greenlee Textron demanded an in depth knowledge of the electrical industry. Using this knowledge, Larry developed his own company to provide all industries the custom designed and effective Electrical Safety Training and Electrical Safety Implementations Programs to meet and exceed safety standards.
Larry is a member of the NFPA and an OSHA Authorized Instructor. Larry Is currently OSHA Training Institute Electrical Safety Instructor for the Midwest OSHA Training Centers of St. Louis University and the National Safety Council of Nebraska. As the electrical instructor the Midwest OSHA Training Center he has trained Safety Professionals, Engineers and OSHA Compliance officers on NFPA 70E Safe Work Practices and OSHA Electrical Standards.