2011, ASSE; hardcover 265 pages
The sixth edition of An Illustrated Guide to Electrical Safety provides all the text and changes to 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S implemented by OSHA in 2007, including a new, easy-to-use, cross-reference to find new and renumbered sections. These changes have been documented and commented on to synchronize the requirements of OSHA to the 2011 National Electrical Code, as well as coordinating 29 CFR 1926 Subpart K requirements for construction. While OSHA did not revise the Safety-Related Work Practices section of Subpart S, the Illustrated Guide harmonizes the OSHA requirements with latest NFPA 70E – Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, 2012 Edition.
Over 130 illustrations are used to explain the revised OSHA requirements, and the updated analysis provides the reader with insights into how to implement OSHA requirements for a safer workplace, and even the history of some requirements. ISBN 978-1-885581-59-4.
About the Editors
Michael O. Kovacic is a full-time Electrical Safety Specialist and President of TMK and Associates, Inc., a Cleveland, Ohio based organization specializing in electrical safety and lockout/tagout. Mr. Kovacic has over 15 years of experience in the electrical safety industry. He has participated in or managed teams for safety audits at over 150 industrial facilities for major corporations and government organizations. He has participated in flash hazard analysis for numerous facilities as well. He has also reviewed and revised electrical safety programs for major U.S. corporations and government entities. His background also includes accident investigation.
John Grzywacz is an instructor for TMK Associates, Inc. on NFPA 70E and 79 compliance, safety assessments and OSHA reporting requirements, flash hazard analysis services, safety program creation and review, and accident investigation. Previously, Mr. Grzywacz was with OSHA for over 20 years, first as the OSHA Region II (NYC) Training Director and later as a faculty member at the OSHA National Training Institute, Des Plaines, IL. He is a two-time recipient of the Department of Labor's Exceptional Achievement Award, and is a member of ASTM's F-18 Committee on electrical protective equipment for workers.
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