Electrical Safety: Proactive or Reactive? [Maintenance Tip]

October 26, 2015 tohanlon@reliabilityweb.com

OSHA recognizes the Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Standard (ANSI Z10) as an important industry standard. In fact the principals in ANSI Z10 are evident throughout NFPA 70E and many other important safety standards. One key take-away from this standard is the concept of Risk Control Hierarchy. In short, it ranks mitigation strategies from the most effective to least effective ways…

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