OSHA's Severe Violators Enforcement Program (SVEP) and New Penalty Structure
February 3, 2011
OSHA officials detail the agency's new Severe Violators Enforcement Program and contractors can ask specific questions about SVEP's potential impacts on their existing safety programs and worker protection policies.
Recordkeeping- Interpretations, Proposed Rules & New Emphasis
January 13, 2011
This webinar reviews recordkeeping basics in relation to OSHA initiatives. It will also take a closer look at how OSHA injury/illness records relate to effective safety programs.
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Significant Changes to the NEC
September 28, 2010
This webinar is based of a joint publication with the NJATC.Â Every three years the NEC is updated to reflect the newest installation practices utilized by the electrical industry. Significant Changes to the NEC 2011 is an invaluable source for electricians, electrical contractors, electrical inspectors and electrical engineers, focusing on the most important changes that occurred in the 2011 NEC. To assist and enhance understanding of each revision, the text is arranged to follow the general layout of the NEC and each change is accompanied by a helpful image or illustration. In addition, background information and a discussion on the significance of the change accompany each of the revisions. Gain a solid understanding and application of the requirements contained in the 2011 NEC.
Cranes and Derricks - Update
September 9, 2010
Cranes and Derricks - Final Rulling
Aug 24, 2010
Scaffolding=A Major Violation for Electrical Contractors
July 27, 2010
Provides an overview of OSHA's Scaffolding standards in CFR 29 1926, Subpart L, (including aerial lifts) and identify required training. The program will conclude with a discussion of resources available to assist in compliance and accident prevention including the NECA and OSHA websites, as well as NECA's Safety Manual and Safety Expert System eSafetyLine software
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Grounding and Bonding - Changes in the 2011 NEC
June 18, 2010
This webinar provides participants with an overview of significant changes to electrical grounding and bonding requirements accepted in the 2011 NEC.
De-Mystifying Grounding and Bonding Fundamentals
May 7, 2010
Attendees will learn how to differentiate between grounding and bonding and develop a clear understanding about the earth's role in the electrical safety circuits. Participants will also get a preview of the content contained in the new NECA Grounding and Bonding online training course and have a chance to interact with Michael Johnston, NECA's executive director of Standards and Safety, and developer of this training program.
NECA's Electrical Contractor Safety Program- A working Manual
March 18, 2010
This webinar reviews the manual as it applies to the required elements of an effective safety program for electrical contractors.
Recordkeeping, Preparing for OSHA Enforcement Emphasis
January 26, 2010
The program will begin with the enforcement focus, and then follow with the fundamentals - who needs to keep records, what needs to be kept, penalties associated with failure to comply and how to maintain records. Frequently asked questions that often perplex employers such what is first aid vs. medical treatment will be covered.
NFPA 70 E Essentials Part 2
December 21, 2009
Part 2 of the NFPA 70E Essentials course with John Luke, the ESCO Group.
NECA Presents: NFPA 70E Essentials - Part 1
November 17, 2009
NECA presents a new webinar on NFPA 70E Essentials, with guest speaker John Luke from The ESCO Group. John Luke will present updates and necessary requirements of the new NFPA 70E 2009 Edition. The presentation is designed to familiarize business owners, safety directors and decision makers with the specific guidance provided in the new edition. The primary objective is to demonstrate how to effectively mitigate electrical hazards, through the use of hazard/risk evaluations and proper application of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Medical Examinations in the Workplace
May 20, 2009
Presented by: Howard M. Sandler, MD, Founder and President of Sandler Occupational Medicine Associates, Inc. (SOMA)
Now is an ideal time for businesses to review their current occupational health, safety and medical examination and surveillance programs. Through the use of job-related medical standards, evidence-based, occupational health expert evaluations and easy to use web-based IT support systems, employers have a prime opportunity to properly place applicants and employees. This webinar will provides expert guidance and proven tools to help a company improve its overall safety and health effectiveness, enhance productivity and effectively manage workers' compensation, health benefits and related expenses. In addition, OSHA and other workplace requirements such as Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA) and The Family Medical Leave Acts (FMLA) will be discussed. Strategies to address rising insurance costs and claims, the importance of baseline examinations and current industry trends, will be outlined.
Grounding and Bonding #5
April 14, 2009
Part 5 in the series on grounding and bonding reviews the general requirements for equipment grounding. This program reviews the purpose of equipment grounding and applicable NEC rules. This Webinar is based on the NEC-2008.
Basic requirements for grounding separately derived systems (G&B Series Part 4)
March 24, 2009
Part 4 reviews the basic requirements for grounding separately derived systems and reviews the requirements for transformers and generator systems. Mike will also demonstrate what constitutes a separately derived system and will introduce other topics including: sizing requirements for grounding electrode conductors, system bonding jumpers, equipment bonding jumpers and grounding electrodes.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Regulatory Changes and the Impact on the Electrical Contractor
February 24, 2009
This webinar addresses new OSHA and NFPA 70E requirements and some of the challenges that electrical contractor face with compliance. OSHA has announced a May 15, 2008 deadline for compliance with PPE requirements.
Requirements for Grounded and Ungrounded Systems (G&B Series Part 3)
February 10, 2009
Part 3 of the grounding and bonding series features National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements for grounded systems and ungrounded systems.
OSHA Recordkeeping- Who, What, Why and How
January 13, 2009
As of February 1st- April 30th OSHA requires employers to post their Summary of Work Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA 300A). Proper filing of this form is a clear indicator of your company's safety performance. This could mean the difference between getting a job or losing a bid. Don't let OSHA's Recordkeeping rule tap into your profit, register now and get the inside scoop of how to comply with federal record-keeping requirement without hurting your business.
System Grounding (G&B Series Part 2)
December 16, 2008
Part 2, based on System Grounding, featured the NEC requirements for grounded systems and ungrounded systems.
LOTO Safety Webinar
December 9, 2008
Presenter Joe O'Connor of Intec will discuss LOTO requirements and highlight information on maintaining electrically safe working conditions. He will also cover the effectiveness of properly applying LOTO procedures in accordance with OSHA and NFPA 70E regulations.
Grounding and Bonding Fundamentals (G&B Series Part 1)
November 4, 2008
Electrical grounding and bonding performance criteria is presented in clear, easy to understand language to set the foundation for more specific presentation that follows. The basics of grounding (connecting to earth) and bonding (connecting together) were reviewed along with how to effectively apply the NEC grounding and bonding requirements to electrical systems and installations. The attendees learned the two concepts and differentiate between the two, and developed a clear understanding about the earth's role in the electrical safety circuits.