Credit: One (1) Certified Professional Development Hour (PDH) available for all attendees.
Assuring the prevention of injuries from electrical hazards involves continual assessment of risk and effectiveness of your electrical safety program. In addition, it also requires competency in safety management systems. Preventing injuries from electrical hazards involves much more than following the rules. Seek opportunities to expose — and eliminate — risk. Ask yourself: Are you aware of latest developments in regulations, codes, standards and technology impacting your program? Do you know who is at risk of injury? What is the best measure of the effectiveness of your program? Whether you are just starting to develop or have a mature and robust electrical safety program, this CFE Edu course will help you identify gaps and opportunities for improvement in your electrical safety program.
- Describe categories of workers exposed to hazardous electrical energy
- Apply OSHA Recommendations for Safety and Health Programs to identify gaps in electrical safety programs
- Describe leading indicator metrics for prevention of electrical injuries
- Describe the Hierarchy of Control Measures.
Landis “Lanny” Floyd
Lanny’s 45+ year career with DuPont focused on electrical safety in the construction, operation and maintenance of DuPont facilities worldwide. His responsibilities included improving management systems, competency renewal, work practices, and the application of technologies critical to electrical safety performance in all DuPont operations. In 2013 he was invited to join the faculty in the graduate school of Advanced Safety Engineering and Management at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he developed and teaches the course Electrical Systems Safety. He is an IEEE Life Fellow, a professional member of American Society of Safety Professionals, a Certified Safety Professional, a Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional, a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional, a Certified Reliability Leader and a registered professional engineer in Delaware.