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Second installment of 2018 70E changes video series examines how to establish an electrically safe work condition

Blog Post created by Lisa Marie Sinatra Employee on Dec 18, 2017
As an employer in the electrical field, NFPA appreciates your dedication to one of the most rewarding professions. Safety remains a top priority for you and everyone on the job, and NFPA’s 70E: Standard for Electrically Safety in the Workplace can help you make the best decisions for your team.  
As many of you know, the 2018 edition of 70E was recently released. To help you navigate through some of the top changes, we’ve developed a five-part video series hosted by NFPA’s technical experts. In our second video, Chris Coache, NFPA’s senior electrical engineer, reviews Article 120 – Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
The article, according to Chris, does not have changes to the requirements or the process, but rather it provides you with a more logical sequence for setting up a program first. Want to learn more? Get the full explanation from Chris below. (NOTE: This clip is part of a pre-recorded full webinar presented in July 2017).    
If you missed our first blog/video of the series that addressed risk assessment procedure, you can find it on our NFPA Today blog in Xchange.  
Let NFPA provide you with everything you need to take your electrical safety skills to the next level with knowledge gained right from the source. Find this information and additional resources related to 70E including articles, blog series, a fact sheet, trainings and products, and more, at www.nfpa.org/70E.        

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