Fostering a robust electrical safety culture is not just a good practice. It is also good for business. Preventable electrical incidents cost companies millions in lost productivity, medical expenses, and insurance costs, not to mention equipment damage, unscheduled downtime and lost productivity. You might assume that basic electrical safety training and personal protective equipment (PPE) will prevent such issues, but human error and poor decision-making can wreck even the best-laid plans.
In this eHandbook, you'll learn:
6 power quality measurements to help you uncover hidden issues in electrical systems
Why many safety-trained workers risk electrical shock to work on energized equipment
The effects of poor / ineffective electrical system maintenance and training
How to foster an electrical safety culture at your facility