Safety First When Using Portable Generators at Work or at Home
Portable generators are useful when temporary power is needed, but they have risks that can be very dangerous if safety precautions are not followed.
Beware of These Common Construction Site Electrical Hazards
Review the five most frequent causes of electrical injuries on construction sites and learn how to prevent future incidents on the job site.
Back to Basics: How to Use Extension Cords at Work Safely
Make sure everyone on your team is getting trained on electrical safety...even the basics need to be covered, like how to use an extension cord safety.
Safety Tips for Using Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs)
Electrical hazards are an area of major safety concern. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) can be found on any jobsite as well as in most office buildings.
Potential Workplace Hazards That Can Cause Electrical Shock
Workers may be unaware of the electrical hazards present in their daily work environment, which makes them more vulnerable to the danger of electrical shock.
Prevent Fire and Electric Hazards When Cable Trays are in Use
If not designed and installed properly, wiring inside cable trays may pose hazards such as fire, electric shock, and arc-flash blast events.
Construction Safety When Working Near Overhead Power Lines
Overhead power lines at the job site are extremely dangerous due to high voltage and using tools and equipment that can contact the lines increases the risk.
Battery Charging, Storage, and Handling Workplace Safety Tips
Safety precautions and OSHA standards pertaining to battery charging, handling, and storage in the workplace or on the job site.
Toolbox Talk Reminders About Extension Cord and GFCI Safety
Extension cords are common and convenient, but when used without proper safety precautions they can become fire hazards and pose risks to worker safety.