Webinar: Are Your Electrical Workers Qualified?
When: June 24, 2020 1:00 EST
As an employer, you must determine if an employee is qualified to perform work on or near energized electrical equipment. These employees are typically maintenance and engineering personnel who are exposed to shock and arc hazards. This webinar course will cover the requirements found in Subpart S of the General Industry Standard. The knowledge gained from this presentation will assist you in compliance and performance of your overall electrical safety program.
About the Presenter
Mr. Saylors is a Project Manager for Safety Compliance and Training with The EI Group, Inc. and has over 40 years of electrical and facility safety experience. His experience includes aspects of general industry electrical, machine control, machine guarding, maintenance supervision, facility engineering, and environmental, health, and safety management. Specific areas of competence include electrical safety, arc flash protection, fall protection, machine guarding, confined space, and risk assessments.
Mr. Saylors career has been heavily concentrated in the electrical field. Mr. Saylors has worked as an Industrial Electrician, as an Electrical Engineer designing machine controls, as a Maintenance Supervisor with various craftsmen, as a Plant/Facility Engineer, and as an Environmental, Health and Safety Manager for an automotive supplier. He has written electrical safety and LOTO programs and performed numerous machine and task-based risk assessments. Mr. Saylors currently trains electrical employees to the requirements of NFPA 70E and to other general industry safety-related requirements.
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