Electrical Safety Month


One of OSHA’s Fatal Four—Let’s make electrical safety everyone’s #1 priority. 5% of all job fatalities are due to improper interaction with electricity-they require proper attention from safety managers and facility safety programs. Lock Out/Tagout signs and tags need to be used to ensure maximum workplace  electrical safety, refer to the NFPA 70E Requirement for more information.

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Electrical Hazard Signs
Ensure all areas in the workplace are clearly marked for electrical hazards so you can eliminate accidents and keep employees safe.

Lockout Signs, Tags & Labels
Keep workers safe when servicing or maintaining equipment by implementing controls of hazardous energy.

Electrical Lockout Devices
Protect against unexpected start-up of equipment while maintenance and repair work is performed.

Padlocks & Hasps
Ensure the energy source stays shut off by staying closed—on a switch, fuse box, lever, etc. with multiple workers’ padlocks in the holes of the closed hasp.

OSHA Top Ten Violations
Lockout Tagout:
Your Life Depends On It
NMC Blog: OSHA’S Fatal Four
NMC Blog: NFPA In A Workplace
National Electrical Safety Month 2016

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