AZASSP March Technical Meeting
March 3, 2023
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
$Presentation: Electrical Safety in the Workplace Overview; NFPA 70E Standard
* Define electrical hazards in the workplace: Shock, Arc Flash and Blast
* Identify NFPA publications directly applicable to safe electrical work practices
* Explain ‘Normal Operating Condition’
* Employer and Employee responsibilities when interacting with exposed energized electrical equipment:
- Employee Training
- Approach Boundaries & Risk Assessment Procedures
- Energized Electrical Work Permit (EEWP)
- Hazardous Energy Values & Equipment Labeling
* When to wear shock and arc flash personal protective equipment (PPE)
* What it takes to establish an Electrical Safe Work Condition (ESWC) to include LOTOTO practices
Note: should only a single takeaway be needed it would be:
Employer and Employee responsibilities when interacting with exposed energized electrical equipment to include employee training; approach boundaries & risk assessment procedures; energized electrical work permit (EEWP); hazardous energy values & equipment labeling.
This presentation will be facilitated by: LARRY LIND
Larry Lind presents Electrical Safety Training and provides Safety Program Management consulting services throughout the U.S. He is a NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) and IAEI Certified Electrical Inspector (inactive). Larry has 45+ years’ experience within the electrical industrial construction and service industries operating, maintaining, testing, and designing medium voltage class emergency and stand-by power generation and distribution equipment. In addition, Larry has developed site specific electrical safety programs focusing on workplace hazards and personnel safety compliance in accordance with national codes and standards.
Larry is a retired U.S. Navy Seabee; Construction Electrician Chief (CEC), Civil Engineers Corps Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE) Program and a graduate of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Prime Power Production Specialist Course (PPPSC 78-2). Additionally, Larry is a Master Training Specialist (MTS) USN E&T Command, and has completed the Civil Engineers Corps – Chief Petty Officer Public Works Management Program and numerous Industrial power systems application and electrical safety compliance courses/workshops.
Venue: ASU College Avenue Commons