2020 National Electrical Code Adoption

From Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI): “Did you know that as of 2020, there have been 16 revisions of #TheNationalElectricalCode since 1977, the year the average American home was built? Many people are unaware of the protections provided by The National Electrical Code or the process through which this code becomes enforceable. While it is…

OSHA Electrical Training

29 CFR 1910.333(a)(1) states that live parts must be deenergized before the employee works on or near them. Energized work requires the employer to demonstrate that deenergizing introduces additional or increased hazards or is infeasible due to equipment design or operational limitations. Live parts that operate at less than 50 volts to ground must be…

Electrical Safety Training

Partner with Live Line Safety to train your employees to recognize electrical hazards with our Electrical Safety Training as required by OSHA 1910.332 . Methods taught, for example, to perform an arc flash risk assessment to determine the arc flash PPE to be worn within an arc flash boundary where exposure is greater than or…

NFPA 70E Training

During an arcing fault, electrical energy is converted into various forms of energy. Two types of faults can occur in an electrical circuit — a bolted fault and an arcing fault — and each type results in different hazardous conditions. With Live Line Safety the employee will learn the basic principles demonstrated by NFPA 70E®,…

NFPA Training

NFPA 70E® currently addresses only two hazards directly: electric shock and arc flash burn. It is necessary to determine the need for and an appropriate method of protecting the worker from all electrical hazards. Live Line Safety trains the Unqualified and Qualified Persons to obtain the skills and knowledge necessary to help perform duties safely.

Arc Flash Safety

NFPA 70E® defines an arc flash hazard as a source of possible injury or damage to health associated with the release of energy caused by an electric arc. Any person who has not received the specific training to perform a task or to recognize that an electrical hazard exists and how to avoid that hazard…

Live Line Hours and Procedures Update

Live Line Hours and Procedures Update Valued Customer, We’re still operating as usual, same business hours only our procedures have currently changed given the current circumstances and will continue in this manner until further notice. In our best efforts in continuing to maintain a “safe working distance”, please continue to follow the instructions below: PICK…

Electrical Safety Foundation International

The Electrical Safety Foundation International [ESFI] is a 501 [c][3] organization dedicated to promoting electrical safety in the home, school, and workplace through education, awareness, and advocacy. Over the past 20 years, ESFI has reinvigorated how electrical safety is addressed through groundbreaking programs and campaigns. www.esfi.org

Who Pays for PPE?

OSHA 1910.132(h)(1) – ..the protective equipment, including personal protective equipment [PPE], used to comply with this part, shall be provided by the employer at no cost to employees. Details on the OSHA website