National Safety Council, Northern OH Chapter to Host Free Electrical Seminar
Prevention Strategies for Electrical Hazards
Developed by the National Safety Council in cooperation with OSHA and funded by a Susan B. Harwood Grant
Identify Electrical Hazards and take steps towards a safer work environment.
If you’re a small business owner, employer, or manager this is the program for you. It will help you gain knowledge and basic skills to:
· Recognize the importance of identifying, evaluating and controlling common electrical hazards as a means of preventing deaths, injuries and illnesses.
· Identify the four main types of electrical injuries.
· Understand key elements of the OSHA Electrical Safety regulations.
· Recognize the NFPA 70E integration into OSHA Electrical Standards.
· Recognize the importance of electrical safety-related work practices.
· Differentiate between qualified and unqualified workers in order to identify appropriate training and protection requirements.
· Identify practices and procedures to protect employees who work on or near electric conductors and equipment with electrical hazards associated with this type of work.
Your enrollment fee for this course has been paid for by an OSHA Grant.
Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Continental breakfast & lunch provided.
Place: Ohio One Building
25 E. Boardman St.
2nd Floor Auditorium
Youngstown, Ohio 44503
Time: Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Program at 8 a.m.
To Register Contact:
National Safety Council,
Northern Ohio Chapter
25 E. Boardman Street, Suite 338
Youngstown Ohio 44503
Phone: (330) 747-8657
FAX: (330) 747-6141
Registration: RSVP by Tuesday, May 6, 2008. Please send form for each attendee,
Attendee Name: _____________________________________ Title:___________________________________
Company Name: ____________________________________________________________________________
City, State & Zip: ____________________________________________________________________________
Phone: __________________________________ Fax:______________________________________________