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An explosion that caused serious burns to six workers at Priest Rapids Dam in Washington State in early October 2015 was caused by an arc flash related to a breaker unit malfunction.
Here’s a set of 14 Model Lightning Safety Rules that you can adapt for your workplace and/or for workers’ home safety.
Here’s what your workers need to know to safely work with two key electrical hazards: high voltage and arc flash.
Cafeteria workers at an elementary school in Connecticut complained to OSHA after five workers received electrical shocks from a defective steam table. One worker claims to have been fired after refusing to use the table.
The company faces $163,240 in proposed penalties for seven repeat, 16 serious, and three other-than-serious safety violations.
Arlington Plating Co. has been cited for 25 violations that area director says, “demonstrates a lack of commitment to employee safety and health.”
Wire manufacturing plant fined for exposing employees to electrical shock, arc flash, fire, eye and crushing injuries.
Supervisor was servicing a 480-volt circuit breaker without proper electrical protective equipment. Pure Power Technologies was fined $119,000 by OSHA.
Train your workers and enhance your awareness on electrical safety.
Workers get killed when you take shortcuts with your lockout/tagout procedures.