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OSHA Update Series Bundle DVDs

$ 799.00

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Get nearly 20 hours of in-depth information about new OSHA standards updates from this value-priced bundle of five different classes presented by leading utility safety experts. Save by purchasing all five at once and get the following video presentations featuring Pam Tompkins, Jim Vaughn, Hugh Hoagland and Ted Granger.

**This is a DVD set that is shipped to your address via UPS. You will receive links to PDF versions of the course study materials via email. To purchase the streaming video version of this bundle instead, go here.**
 

OSHA 1910 & 1926 Standards Update

PROGRAM DURATION: 7 HOURS

If you've been looking for electric power industry-specific information on the latest changes to OSHA's 1910 and 1926 OSHA standards, look no further! In this video on demand, utility safety expert Pam Tompkins presents 7 hours of in-depth data and insight about OSHA's new rules as they relate to the electric power industry.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • The changes to information sharing between host employers and contractors
  • Rules changes to fall protection
  • New guidelines for minimum approach distances (MAD)
  • New rules for protection from flames and electric arcs
  • And much more!

PRESENTER:

Pam Tompkins, SET Solutions

Pam is currently the President of SET Solutions, LLC, a safety management consulting firm located in Lexington, SC. She has worked in the electric utility industry for over 34 years providing safety and training process development. 

She regularly provides employee development consulting services to electric utilities for the development of organized training progressions to ensure employee success. Pam has extensive experience in developing safety processes to identify and abate electric hazards including employee shock and arc potentials for all types of work processes. She regularly works for companies throughout the U.S. and Caribbean.


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OSHA's New Rules on Fall Protection: What You Need to Know

PROGRAM DURATION: 3.5 HOURS

The recent changes to OSHA 1910 & 1926 have changed how workers use and employers manage fall protection. In this video replay, renowned utility safety expert Jim Vaughn provides you with an in-depth breakdown of all of the new OSHA rules on fall protection.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • The changes to the fall protection rules that are being implemented with the publication of OSHA’s new final rule regarding CFR 1910.269 and 1926 Subpart V.
  • How the new rules compare to the original fall protection rules that were in place since the advent of workplace safety.
  • The exemptions that previously enabled utilities and contractors to operate without fall protection for poles and similar structures that are no longer valid.

 

PRESENTER:

Jim Vaughn, Global Energy Solutions

A specialist in Occupational Safety and Health, Jim Vaughn has over 40 years of experience in utility and industrial electrical construction, industrial maintenance and operations; commercial construction and manufacturing and process plant environment safety. Mr. Vaughn has authored numerous procedure and standards documents and technical training programs. His original curriculum for Line Technician training was adopted by the Florida Department of Education and is used broadly across Florida and the electric utility industry. In addition to his OSHA expertise in 1910 and 1926 standards Vaughn also has expertise in international OHSAS Safety standards. Mr. Vaughn is highly regarded for his demonstrated skills in hazard identification; plant safety inspection; incident investigation; safety program development and application of consensus standards to meet OSHA requirements. 

Mr. Vaughn has written articles on safety and training for several publications and is a sought after speaker on contemporary safety and technical issues and has often been called on for his skills as a post incident electrical forensics consultant. Vaughn has delivered many hours in both the college classroom and adult learner technical training and is recognized for effective technology transfer skills that compliment his safety and technical training courses. Mr. Vaughn currently sits on the Editorial Board at Incident Prevention Magazine, is a sought after technical writer and speaker and consults often on safety issues for Arizona utilities.

 


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OSHA's New Rules on Minimum Approach Distance: What You Need to Know

PROGRAM DURATION: 3.5 HOURS

The recent changes to OSHA 1910 & 1926 have changed how workers must work around energized power lines. In this video replay, renowned utility safety expert Jim Vaughn provides you with an in-depth breakdown of all of the new OSHA rules on minimum approach distance (MAD).

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • A non-technical understanding of the basics of IEEE 516 and the "IEEE Guide for Maintenance Methods on Energized Power Lines," which is the basis for OSHA's new MAD rules.
  • The basics for calculating minimum approach distances.
  • How to identify multiphase exposures.

 

PRESENTER:

Jim Vaughn, Global Energy Solutions

A specialist in Occupational Safety and Health, Jim Vaughn has over 40 years of experience in utility and industrial electrical construction, industrial maintenance and operations; commercial construction and manufacturing and process plant environment safety. Mr. Vaughn has authored numerous procedure and standards documents and technical training programs. His original curriculum for Line Technician training was adopted by the Florida Department of Education and is used broadly across Florida and the electric utility industry. In addition to his OSHA expertise in 1910 and 1926 standards Vaughn also has expertise in international OHSAS Safety standards. Mr. Vaughn is highly regarded for his demonstrated skills in hazard identification; plant safety inspection; incident investigation; safety program development and application of consensus standards to meet OSHA requirements. 

Mr. Vaughn has written articles on safety and training for several publications and is a sought after speaker on contemporary safety and technical issues and has often been called on for his skills as a post incident electrical forensics consultant. Vaughn has delivered many hours in both the college classroom and adult learner technical training and is recognized for effective technology transfer skills that compliment his safety and technical training courses. Mr. Vaughn currently sits on the Editorial Board at Incident Prevention Magazine, is a sought after technical writer and speaker and consults often on safety issues for Arizona utilities.

 


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OSHA's New Rules on Arc Flash Protection

PROGRAM DURATION: 3 HOURS

The recent changes to OSHA 1910 & 1926 have made significant changes the employer's requirements for arc flash protection. Arc flash expert Hugh Hoagland will provide in-depth insight into the changes OSHA has made to its arc flash protection rules.  You'll also learn about changes made to NFPA 70E, 1926.950-969 and NESC. You'll get an overview about the dangers of Arc Flashes as well as information about the protective equipment that is tested to provided adequate protection.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • The practical changes to relevant regulations and standards.
  • The employer's requirements for purchase, care and maintenance of garmets under PPE standards (Subpart I).
  • How to evaluate cost-saving compliance strategies for evaluation, specification, selection and care of PPE for arc flash.

 

PRESENTER:

Hugh Hoagland, e-Hazard

Hugh Hoagland is among the world's foremost experts on electrical arc testing and safety. His career change began with safety testing at LG&E Energy; later, he worked as R & D Director for NASCO, a manufacturer of protective outerwear solutions. He has helped develop most of the arc-resistant rainwear used in the world today, as well as creating the first face shield to protect against electric arcs.

Hugh worked for Cintas developing their strategy for meeting the needs of OSHA 1910.269 and NFPA 70E standards. He has helped development of legislation and standards in both the US and Europe. He sits on several industry committees and is a featured speaker at safety conferences and events.


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The Impact of New OSHA Rules on the Host & Contractor Relationship

PROGRAM DURATION: 2 HOURS

The recent changes to OSHA 1910 & 1926 have made significant changes to the ways that host employers must work with its contractors. Utility safety expert Ted Granger will navigate you through the complexities of these changes to help make sure you maintain compliance.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Rules on Multi-employer citations
  • Rules onDefining the host and contractor roles
  • An overview of types of contractor employers
  • Rules on onboarding & ongoing communications processes
  • Rules on the contractor employer selection process
  • Incorporation communications into the contract
  • Rules for providing system characteristics, installation conditions, & contractor-requested information
  • Information needed for contractor assessments
  • Assessments required by the contractor & the information required to be provided by the host
  • How to coordinate work rules
  • Rules on pre-job briefings
  • Changes to the Information exchange process options
  • Enforcement date information
  • An overview of OSHA’s response to EEI’s questions

 

PRESENTER:

Ted Granger, Granger Management Consultants

Ted Granger advises client companies, both domestic and international, on safety concerns and feasible solutions based upon comprehensive safety assessments. He is also a safety trainer and motivational speaker. 

Ted brings the experience of a 37 year career at Florida Power & Light Company, having served leadership roles in Industrial Safety, Electric Distribution Operations, Logistics, and Human Resources.

In his consulting role, Ted interacts with field workers, supervision and senior management to define safety issues, examine safety culture, and evaluate effectiveness of safety programs. He then applies best practice knowledge as well as statistical tools in analyzing performance and developing improvement recommendations. These recommendations are designed to produce significant performance improvement, along with methods to sustain the results. His services have also included development of safety rules and procedure manuals, as well as related training. Ted is a graduate of the University of South Florida. He is a Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) and Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB).


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