The most frequently used standard for workplace electrical safety is NFPA 70E, “Handbook for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.” As noted at the beginning of this standard, in Sec. 110.1(A), employers are required to create an electrical safety program that is intended to provide safe work instructions for a facility, avoiding or mitigating risks that are present. As a result, an effective safety program requires a clear understanding of all risks within the facility. A ...

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