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  • Did OSHA Miss an Opportunity to Require Increased Cover Up? (C4C)
  • Did OSHA Miss an Opportunity to Require Increased Cover Up? (C4C)

Danny Raines

Did OSHA Miss an Opportunity to Require Increased Cover Up? (C4C)

$ 59.00

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CUSP: 1 POINT  |  COURSE DURATION: 1 HOUR

Do you know the history of utility cover up? How did current work practices evolve from working energized conductors from pole? In this session, presenter Danny Raines expands upon his recent iP Magazine article, “Voice of Experience: OSHA’s MAD Changes and a Missed Opportunity” to highlight concerns about the Standard requirements.

Did OSHA miss a chance to amend the MAD requirements in order to ensure that minimum regulations will improve safety in industry?

YOU WILL:

  • Insight into regulations on distribution voltages and gloving of energized conductors and equipment
  • Proper distribution cover-up, including the path to ground
  • Lessons learned from improperly covered potentials & grounds


    PRESENTER:

    Danny Raines, CUSP
    Raines Utility Safety



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