Webinar gives electrical contractors safety-gear guidance

On Feb. 24, the National Electrical Contractors Assn. is presenting a no-cost Web seminar designed to help electrical contractors get up to speed on the latest personal protective equipment regulations, and avoid costly fines.

02/18/2009


The National Electrical Contractors Assn. (NECA) is presenting a free Web-based seminar on Feb. 24, geared toward informing participants about the latest OSHA and NFPA requirements regarding personal protective equipment (PPE).

The one-hour program, “Personal Protective Equipment: Regulatory Changes and the Impact on the Electrical Contractors” will start at 11 a.m. EST. The session will address new OSHA and NFPA 70E requirements, and obstacles that electrical contractors might encounter on the road to compliance.

Advanced registration is required.





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