NFPA 70

While conducting our overhead lifting safety training it never fails that we get a comment to the effect of, “We’ve been doing it this way for over twenty years. We never had an accident.  And, now you are telling me it’s wrong?” Just because you have been lifting a certain way for the past twenty […]

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In 1995, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that electrocutions accounted for 6% of all worker deaths. The most common OSHA electrical violation is improper grounding of equipment and circuitry. It routinely hits the top 25 in terms of OSHA citations. Our customer service group periodically receives calls with questions concerning grounding requirements for overhead […]

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