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Video: A NFPA 70B & 70E Overview: Eliminate the Risk of Electrical Hazards & Avoid Expensive Shutdowns

This session focuses on the importance of electrical safety and maintenance programs, OSHA requirements and definitions for CFRs 1910.147 & 303 and 305, guidance of NFPA 70E and 70B standards on electrical safety and recommended practice for electrical equipment maintenance.
By Bhanu Srilla, Grace Engineered Products, Inc. January 22, 2019

Video Courtesy: CxEnergy 2018

Presenters: Bhanu Srilla, Grace Engineered Products, Inc.

Abstract: Facility shutdowns due to electrical equipment failures and catastrophic accidents due to improper maintenance, cost organizations millions. This session focuses on the importance of electrical safety and maintenance programs, OSHA requirements and definitions for CFRs 1910.147 & 303 and 305, guidance of NFPA 70E and 70B standards on electrical safety and recommended practice for electrical equipment maintenance. Topics include, risk control hierarchy, methods to eliminate or mitigate risk using safety-by-design controls, technologies and trends in predictive maintenance tools and remote monitoring tools.

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